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Living a life of absolute poverty and abuse, the Lowlies had to work hard and scavenge to get their food. That sentiment lead a group of them to form a rebel group, known as the Hunger Dogs, lead by Jovita. This secret group smuggled food from the war machines and gave them to

The Hunger Dogs represent the absolute dregs of the New Gods. A collection of impoverished citizens, they dwell in the "Armagetto" district of Apokolips.

History

Hunger Dogs

Living a life of absolute poverty and abuse, the Lowlies had to work hard and scavenge to get their food. That sentiment lead a group of them to form a rebel group, known as the Hunger Dogs, lead by Jovita. This secret group smuggled food from the war machines and gave them to those in need. However, the presence of Orion in Apokolips drew Darkseid's attention to this group, and they were hunted by Tyrus and Kalibak. Orion helped them escape, and they had to find a new hideout and organize their forces again.[1]

Earth 2

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The New 52
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In the New 52, the Hunger Dogs are a team based on Earth 2 and work for Steppenwolf. The members include Brutaal, Bedlam and Beguiler.

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