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DC Just Drafted Two Hanna-Barbera Heroes to the Ranks of Batman Inc.
Super Sons/Dynomutt Special #1 by Peter J. Tomasi, Oclair Albert and Fernando Pasarin just retconned a Hanna-Barbera character into the roster of Batman Incorporated. The superhero franchise has welcomed into its hallowed halls Blue Falcon and his faithful robot dog Dynomutt, both from the Saturday morning cartoon Dynomutt, Dog Wonder. The union is an appropriate one, as the animated series followed the exploits of the bumbling Dynomutt and his owner, Blue Falcon, whose design and moral compass was heavily inspired by Batman. Sadly, the story that leads the duo to their place in Batman Inc. is surprisingly bleak. The crossover begins with Superboy ditching a funeral with Robin to go check out Big City, Blue Falcon’s old stomping ground. As it turns out, Blue Falcon was perhaps even more prolific than Batman in his day, having effectively wiped out crime in Big City, a feat Batman hasn’t even come close to accomplishing in Gotham City — which makes what happens next even more heart-breaking. A damaged and dying Dynomutt appears suddenly, begging the boys for help. As Dynomutt recounts his tale of woe, he reveals Blue Falcon has gone mad and tried to kill him. RELATED: Speed Buggy’s New Origin is a Straight Up Body Horror Story On the way to Blue Falcon’s headquarters (and Dynomutt’s salvation), Robin explains the Hanna-Barbera hero’s long, retconned history with Batman. The Boy Wonder says that Blue Falcon is actually Radley Crowne, a billionaire vigilante like Bruce Wayne. The two apparently hit it off, because Batman invited Blue Falcon to join Batman Inc. Blue Falcon accepted and fought alongside Batman and other franchisees to thwart global threats like Leviathan, the criminal organization founded by Talia al Ghul. Rumors in Batman Inc. circles said that Blue Falcon had designed a way to reanimate genetic imprints using technology, and that Dynomutt, Blue Falcon’s ever-faithful sidekick, was a reanimated family pet — which is completely true.

Wed-06-18 19:26 - Posted by powerfrombeyond
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