Tag: Savage Dragon

1277. Kid Avenger

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1276. Kill-Cat

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346. Dragon

024 – Captain Carrot

Today, after a very long time, I have been Rejected by Covered. Covered was a comic cover recreation art blog that I visited almost every week and had contributed to, I think 4 times. During it’s run, the site’s curator would turn down some submissions. So my friend JB Sapienza and his friend Josh Blair …

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631. Judge Dredd

Suggested by Jim Purcell, The Savage Dragon as Judge Dredd. I’m labelling this one as O.G. Dragon and not Malcom Dragon, mostly because I haven’t read that comic in ages and I don’t know what’s happening. I originally thought about having the helmet sit on top of the fin, or the fin bursting through the …

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288 – Star

Star was (is?) a supporting character from Erik Larsen’s Savage Dragon, a character and creator I have gone on about at length. Star was sort of a Spider-Man-ish character, but Larsen added some twists and to the archetype and to the character itself, making him a beloved recurring hero. Anyway, there’s a guy I know …

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012 – Here there be Dragons

Part of the whole daily thing is that I want to try to do different things with the sketches/art. Whether I fail or not is inconsequential. By the way, I chalk this up as a failure. Anyhow, Savage Dragon. When Image Comics first started, Erik Larsen’s Savage Dragon quickly became my favorite out of the …

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Judge Dredd vs. Savage Dragon

Judge Dredd vs. Savage Dragon

A few years ago, I was part of a group on the Newsarama message boards, and every week we’d have a new art challenge. One week, the topic was Judge Dredd vs. Savage Dragon. I’ve got an affinity for Dredd. I’m not sure where it comes from. Certainly not the movie. I also have a …

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Savage Dragon

Savage Dragon

When Image Comics first started, Dragon quickly became my favorite of that batch, and when I grew out of Jim Lee, Rob Liefeld, and Marc Silvestri (never liked Jim Valentino, still like Whilce Portacio and Todd McFarlane), I stuck by Erik Larsen, who became one of my all-time comic book heroes. Even though I dropped …

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