Dynomutt Dog Wonder
He's fearless, scareless, a little too careless. Dynomutt: He's a go-go dog person!
Dynomutt is a friendly "Robot Dog", voiced by Frank Welker, with special robotic superpowers — but his "carelessness" is only slightly better than that of Inspector Gadget (whom he predated by 7 years; 6 if one counts the 1982 pilot). He and his straight-arrow Superhero master, the Blue Falcon (no relation), fought crime and patrolled their city in the Falconcar, which usually flew but sometimes hovered closer to the ground.
Like Batman, the Blue Falcon had a variety of tools in his Utility Belt. He addressed Dynomutt as "Dog Wonder" or "Dog Blunder" as circumstances warranted. Circumstances could warrant either, frequently. Dynomutt was usually the one to fix the messes and catch the villains, but he always managed to make things worse first.
This series provides examples of:
- Affectionate Parody: Let's just say the show didn't take itself seriously.
- Alternate Company Equivalent (Blue Falcon, for Batman)
- Or maybe Adam West's Batman.
- Animated Series
- The Comically Serious (Blue Falcon, very much)
- Cool Car
- Crossover: With Scooby Doo and Dexter's Laboratory, and Dynomutt and Blue Falcon appear in Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law and Johnny Bravo.
- Darker and Edgier: Well, sort of. Years ago the Cartoon Network Web site briefly had a serial animated webcomic starring Dynomutt and Blue Falcon, featuring a much darker plot than those seen on the TV show: Dynomutt being destroyed then rebuilt as an evil, vicious brute by the villain Hijinx. Though, as Hijinx himself ruefully admitted, Dynomutt's tendency to malfunction in a spectacularly zany manner was still omnipresent.
- The Ditz
- Do-Anything Robot: Dynomutt himself.
- Flying Car (the Falconcar)
- Funny Animal
- Hey, It's That Voice! (but for Latin-American audiences: The voice actor doing the Spanish voice for Dynomutt was the same who dubbed Dick Grayson/Robin in the 1960s series starring Adam West, but with a somewhat goofier attitude)
- What about Gary Owens (announcer for Laugh-In and original non-talk-show voice of Space Ghost) as the Blue Falcon? He even reprised the role in the Dexter's Laboratory crossover!
- An Ice Suit: Mr. Cool.
- No Celebrities Were Harmed (Julie McWhirter imitating Mae West as Queen Hornet)
- Punny Name: The "Queen Hornet"
- To the Batpole
"Blue Falcon...(and Dog Wonder) AWAAAAAAAAYY!!!"