100+ Superhero Dog Names: Ideas from Marvel, DC & More!
When you think about it, dogs and superheroes have quite a bit in common – they are kind, spread joy and happiness in their communities, and are often looked at to save the day! Dogs also look great in costume and usually have an alter ego – whether that be sweet and super, or a little mischievous and naughty, we have the perfect names for you to consider.
For those who are major fans of the comic world, we have the ultimate list of superhero and supervillain names. Based on the characters we see in comic books, faces we watch in movies and on TV, and heroes we aspire to be a bit more like, here are your favorite names in Marvel and DC comics. Surely there will be something here for all types of super pups! Choosing one of these names for your brand new pup is a classic idea, and will be timeless no matter your or your doggo’s age!
Below we have gathered a list of the most idolized heroes and a few of the most sinister villains for your canine’s potential name!
Female Superhero Dog Names
- Jesica Jones
- Elasti Girl
- Harley Quinn
- Black Canary
- Black Window
- Cat Claw
- Kitty Pryde
- Nova Kane
Male Superhero Dog Names
- Spider Man
- Doctor Wu
- Green Lantern
- Dr. Strange
Funny Superhero Dog Names
There are always going to be characters that come off as the most relatable – they’re witty, known for their quirky and silly banter, and often leave us in stitches from laughing so hard. Now you might be interested in choosing a Marvel dog name or DC dog name for your pup if they share this hilarity! This list of names is for you if your fur baby has you chuckling regularly. Read on for our favorite funniest heroes!
- Professor X
- Mister Marathon
- Squirrel Girl
- Quantum (or Woody)
- Howard the Duck
- Black Noir
- Mr. Incredible
- Iron Man
Superhero Villain Dog Names
For mischievous puppies – the ones who always seem to find their way into your treat bags, chew on your favorite pair of shoes, dig an endless amount of holes in your yard, or are on hot alert with a constant bark at their fellow canine pals – a villain name might be suitable. Of course, this doesn’t mean your sweet dog is evil by any stretch – it simply means they lean a little more to the naughty list than the nice. Here are our favorite villain names from Marvel and DC comics:
- Doctor Doom
Finding the Right Superhero Dog Name
There are so many wonderfully magic names to choose from when it comes to the interesting world of comics – and Marvel and DC characters do not disappoint! With bold and firey names like Thor and Huntress or dark and mysterious, such as Loki and Zoom, we hope you have found one that matches the inner Superhero your pup has! Although your dog may not have remarkable strength, the incredible power to fly, or instantly become invisible, we know that each of these names will represent them well! If you are having trouble narrowing it down to one – consider these helpful tips:
- One to two-syllable names are easier to say. Really long names are a pain, especially during training, so just keep that in mind if you find one you love. A little “Queen Elizabeth the 3rd” may be the fitting name for your regal pup, but using that as her proper name and calling her Lizzie will probably serve you and her much better.
- Think of the personality your puppy has (or is likely to have). Most dog breeds have specific qualities, so even before your puppy comes home, it is somewhat easy to pick a name. Or, you may choose to have your furry friend at home with you for a few days while you get to know him or her and then pick the name to express their character.
- Love the name you choose. Don’t settle for something you don’t really like unless you’re making a family decision, of course. You can (and most likely will) always come up with nicknames for your dog as they grow anyways, but when possible, be in love with the name.
Sometimes finding the right dog name takes a bit more time, so feel free to check out one of our other dog name links below for additional inspiration!
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