With the premiere of League of Super Pets, DC Comics animation breaks new ground that is sure to attract new fans.
DC League of Super Pets is finally in theaters, and its arrival explores a new route for animation that Warner Bros. Picures has presented us with so far.
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In DC League of Superpets we find Krypto, who, with a minimal change to the best-known Superman origin story, manages to sneak into little Kal-El’s cradle-ship before he leaves for Earth in the face of the imminent explosion of the hero’s home planet, Krypton.
Thus, this “superpet” shares the civil and heroic life of Clark Kent since his childhood, fighting dangers together, and with jealousy alerts after the arrival of a new love for Clark: Lois Lane.
However, a group of animals from an adoption shelter will suffer the effects of a battle between heroes and villains and will acquire unexpected powers. And while most of these furry beings long to be adopted or at least lead a life outdoors, Lulu, Lex Luthor’s former guinea pig and bald from the effects of the experiments she has undergone, decides to use her powers to do evil. , getting Superman and the Justice League into trouble and causing the rise of the Super Pet League.
Although the story is simple, each of the characters must overcome personal impediments to grow and become heroes: both the members of the Justice League, as well as the small animals that find their powers, and strengths, as a result of their weaknesses.
League of Super Pets paves a new path for DC animation
With an animation technique different from the one presented so far in DC animations, the League of Superpets presents a great acting job in all the voice casting, both in the original version and in the Mexican version.
The film marks a path hitherto unexplored by DC: far from homemade formats and traditional animation, this time it is betting on a major production with 3D computer animation closer to studios like Pixar.
However, its family theme that seeks the big box office, this does not cancel the other route that has distinguished DC from the films detached from Batman: The Animated Series, on the contrary, it complements it and stands as a friendly option to attract new public, essentially the smallest.
DC League of Super Pets
In Warner’s new take on DC characters, Johnson lent his voice to Krypto the super dog accompanied by a spectacular cast of voices, Kevin Hart as Ace the bat-dog, Kate McKinnon as the villainous Lulu, John Krasinski lending their talents to Superman, Diego Luna as Chip the Squirrel, Vanessa Bayer as PB Wonder Pig, Natasha Lyonne as Merton the Speedster Turtle, Marc Maron as Lex Luthor and Keanu Reeves as Batman.
The Spanish version features the voices of Alfonso Herrera (“El baile de los 41” and the “Ozark” and “Sense 8” series) for Krypto. Alex Montiel (from the series “LOL: Last One Laughing”) in the voice of Ace, the bloodhound. Michelle Rodríguez (“How to cut your patán”, “Mirreyes vs. Godinez”, “I’ll take you with me”, “War of Likes”) in the voice of Lulú. Also participating in the dubbing are Mónica Huarte (PB), Verónica Toussaint (Merton), Andrés Navy (Flash) and Javier Ibarreche (Aquaman).
DC League of Super Pets will be distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures and will be released in Mexico on July 29.
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There’s nothing Super Pets love more than spending time with their owners, but they’re having a hard time being taken seriously as team members when their humans just don’t understand them.
When Mr. Mxyzptlk (a magical pixie from the fifth dimension) arrives in Metropolis with a plan to create some chaos and destruction, the Justice League falls for his trap!
The Super Pets will have to devise a plan to prevent Mxy’s mischief from destroying the city… while somehow trying to rescue their human counterparts.
The only problem is that in order to defeat him, they may need to recruit their biggest enemy.
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