The X-Men is a unique comic series. It is difficult to come up with something unique when it seems that comics have been everywhere and done everything. The X-Men comics are like a breath of fresh air and this has translated into massive popularity. This is proven by the several movie adaptations and how well the comics are selling. The X-Men tell a new story, they represent something in our pop culture and they are a medium to send an important message. This is why they remain so popular and why we demand more movies from the highly successful franchise.
X-Men Dog Names in Pop Culture
Who is your favorite character from the X-Men. Is it Charles Xavier? He is one of the most powerful mutants to live and the founder of the X-Men. Or Magneto? Also, one of the most powerful mutants ever, but he has less of an affinity for the light side. There are many mutants to choose from and all have their advantages and disadvantages. In fact, it can be very difficult to choose a favorite from the crowded ranks. Now that you have thought about your favorite character, take it one step further. Can you imagine your favorite mutant as a dog? This might seem a little far-fetched, but it is not.
As you know, Marvel likes to mess around with timelines and alternate dimensions. Do not blame them too much, DC can’t get enough of the trope either. Thanks to this concept, there are endless ways to reboot your favorite heroes or present them in a different light. If you did not like the way one story arc was presented, they can always go and fix their mess by going back in time or going to a different dimension. One of the strangest examples of this, and maybe the best, are the Rex Dogs.
This super team is native to Earth-1002. They basically do everything the regular X-Men do, but with one notable twist. The entire team is made up of dog versions of the X-Men. This may seem like a strange thing to do, but we can’t judge. Dogs make everything better. These super-powered mutant dogs are exactly what you would expect from the dog version of the X-Men. They are wacky, strange and oh-so-adorable. The crew is led by Professor Rex, you guessed it, the dog version of Charles Xavier. The team consists of fan favorites such as Wolverine, Storm, Colossus, Bishop, Jubilee and Gambit.
The team goes on adventures together and does everything that the X-Men do. They are not all that different from their human counterparts. Even though they aren’t human, they still have the same personalities and powers that the X-Men do. They are not as well known as the Pet Avengers, since the Pet Avengers cater to a wider audience. It is also a weird concept that takes a little getting used to. But, if you are ever in the mood for a dogs-only special then the Rex Dogs are there to save you from boredom.
X-Men Dog Name Considerations
Getting a new dog is one of the most exciting things in life. There may be a few reasons why you felt you had to adopt a special pup, but that does not matter. The point is that you have adopted one and now they need a new name. A name is an important part of their life. It needs to be something that fits your puppy. After all, they will carry this name for the rest of their lives. Choosing a name from the X-Men franchise may be a wise decision. The X-Men is a team that is dedicated to saving the world from harm.
They have been labelled as outcasts because of their powers and would never be allowed to live in peace in normal society. Even though humans do not accept them, they still work hard to be accepted and protect the world that called them outcasts. They all have different personalities, just as they have different abilities. The franchise is full of compelling characters, no matter their affiliation. In their ranks you just might find a name for your puppy that ticks all the right boxes. So, why not let your puppy join the X-Men ranks?