Dog Man: A Tale of Two Kitties and Cat Kid - Dog Man: A Tale of Two Kitties; Fore-Foreword through Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Summary

The graphic novel opens with “Fore-Foreword” in which Harold and George introduce themselves. They are now fifth graders and insist they are more mature than they were in fourth grade. They describe their new teacher, Ms. Chivess, who is having them read A Tale of Two Cities. They describe that literary work as “deep and stuff” (6), and believe it has had a positive effect on their writing. They promise their comic has oppression, redemption, rebirth, and hope, but they begin with a recap to explain how Dog Man came into being.

The Foreword is a “Supa Recap” that describes Officer Knight and his dog, Greg. They were good cops but had bad habits. They were injured when a bomb went off. In the hospital, Officer Knight's head was dying while Greg's body was dying, and...

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