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Savage Dragon #249 First Superhero Comic to Address COVID-19 Directly
Today sees the publication of Savage Dragon #249, the first issue in quite some time after the global pandemic set in Also, because of the length of publication process, the shutdown of the industry and the reticence of superhero comic books to address topical events directly, these days, it's the first to reflect the shutdown,[...]
A variant cover of Savage Dragon #250.
In celebration of Savage Dragon #250, comic book greats have come together to create 7 unique and beautiful covers celebrating this milestone issue Artists such as Walt Simonson, Frank Cho, Skottie Young, Ryan Ottley, and Rob Leifeld put their imaginations to work for this very special larger than life issue. Erik Larsen has followed the adventures[...]
A Look at Savage Dragon #250
But Erik Larsen has his own anniversary coming up – and that's of a comic book he has written and drawn every issue of (including going back to redo the issue that Jim Lee drew) whereas Todd McFarlane is considering it a big thing to be drawing five pages of #301… Savage Dragon #246 is out[...]
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In today's Savage Dragon #244, we get the return of the chicken-headed Powerhouse, heading up a superhero team, and being recruited by the TV people who have plagued – and funded – Malcolm Dragon's life to go head to head with Dragon in a PPV grudge match. But before that can happen, there has to be[...]
Savage Dragon #230 cover by Eric Larsen
Dragon isn't especially excited, but Maxine thinks this will be perfect for the family. Elsewhere, Maxine's mother tries to give Kevin a wardrobe upgrade to help improve his life. Plus, Angel and the others are still trapped in a hellish dimension. Savage Dragon #230 cover by Eric Larsen I've not actually encountered Savage Dragon before The most I've ever[...]
Erik Larsen Posts NSFW Savage Dragon Cover With A Little Censorship
Word came out recently that Erik Larsen's Savage Dragon was going to get a NSFW cover by artist Rafael Krás The issue, Savage Dragon #225, will be bagged and come with a paper cover that looks like this. Well, Larsen has just posted a censored version of the cover which he called 'hilarious' The image below[...]
Erik Larsen Relishes In Savage Dragon Becoming An 18+ Comic (SPOILERS)
In recent months, we've noted how Savage Dragon, noted for pushing content acceptability over the decades, had been pushing it further regarding sexual content With scenes and storylines closer in tone to Sex Criminals rather than classic Dragon. In today's issue, Erik Larsen relishes in the content rating the comic now has. So this issue of Savage[...]
Shutter #25 To Crossover With Image Founders' Characters For Image 25th Anniversary
Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the founding of Image Comics, the 25th issue of Joe Keatinge and Leila del Luca's Shutter will feature appearances by characters from Todd McFarlane's Spawn, Sir Robert Liefeld's Glory, Marc Silvestri's Witchblade, Erik Larsen's Savage Dragon, Jim Valentino's Shadowhawk, and Robert Kirkman's Invincible, according to a press release sent out by[...]
Savage Dragon To Get A Very Very Big League Guest Star, Believe Us
But Image founder and Savage Dragon creator Erik Larsen has a more pragmatic approach to the impending Trump presidency: he's having him guest star in his comic. On Facebook, Larsen posted: Some fans suggested a few gruesome caricatures, but Larsen explained: Trump won't have much an impact on the story, it seems, however: Though Larsen might change his mind[...]
Erik Larsen's Secret Origin Of Savage Dragon, 34 Years Ago
As tweeted by the big man… When Savage Dragon made the mass media for the first time… @robertliefeld I have no idea I think the photographer thought he was shooting a shitty '70s album cover. — Erik Larsen (@ErikJLarsen) March 1, 2016     As tweeted by the big man… When Savage Dragon made the mass media for the first time… @robertliefeld[...]
The Joys Of Jupiter's Circle, The Savage Dragon, Mark Millar And Ayn Rand
Over in this week's Savage Dragon by Erik Larsen…. He's not the only one wanting super powered children to make a "better" world, either. Back in Jupiter's Circle, John Rockefeller wants a word… But back to Ayn Rand… who has a few observations to make, about superheroes and the Superman archetype standing in front of her. Rand's objectivism would value certain[...]