Batman 103 Batman of Zur-En-Arrh

First appearance: Batman #113

Zur-En-Arrh was the name of a distant planet. Here, a scientist called Tlano became the Batman from Zur-En-Arrh inspired by the Batman of Earth. When Zur-En-Arrh is attacked by robot invaders, Tlanos teleports Batman to his planet to help him.

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wkDP16-003 Ace the Bathound
Convention Exclusive

First Appearance: Batman #92 (1955)

This German Shepherd dog was taken in by Batman & Robin, helping the caped crusaders in their investigations.  There have been various incarnations of Ace throughout Batman's history as well as several references.

Ace the Bathound also made an appearance in the animated series of Krypto the Superdog.

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Superman/Wonder Woman #050 Krypto

First appearance Adventure Comics #210 (March 1955)

First appearing in a Superboy story, Krypto was the pet dog of Kal'El on Krypton.
How Kypto got to Earth varies, but being a Kryptonian canine he has similar powers to Superman.  In 2006 Krypto had his own TV series.

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World's Finest #100 Streaky
Limited Edition

Action Comics #261 (February 1960)
Streaky the Super-Cat is Supergirl's pet cat who gained incredible powers through exposure to X-Kryptonite; such as flight, super-strength, super-speed, invulnerability, and enhanced vision abilities.

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War of Light #038 Dex-Starr

First Appearance: Final Crisis: Rage of the Red Lanterns #1 (December, 2008)

Not one of the Super Pets, more of a villain, Dex-Starr is a house cat from the planet Earth who is among the deadliest of the Red Lantern Corps. He was given his ring after a series of events that resulted in seeing his owner killed and being found in an alley and put in a bag to be thrown off a bridge. His mission is to find his owner's killer.

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tt037a Deathstroke
First appearance: The New Teen Titans #2

Deathstroke, Slade Wilson, an assassin for hire and enemy of the Teen Titans.  An elite trained soldier, an experimental serum gives him advanced strength and reflexes. 

He has recently appeared in the Arrow TV series and a cameo in The Justice League movie.

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Deathstroke was also the original
inspiration for Marvel's Deadpool


ww007 Cheetah
Set: Wonder Woman (gravity feed)
First appearance: Wonder Woman #6 (October 1943)

A constant villain to Wonder Woman, there have been several versions of Cheetah, the first being Priscilla Rich.  Unlike the Post-Crisis versions, the two early Cheetahs did not have any super powers.

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