February 19, 2019

In review: Savage Dragon #235

Posted by Stefan Kalscheid in News | Reviewsno comments

Cover Savage Dragon Vol.2 #235Savage Dragon #235 came out in July 2018.
Back cover of Savage Dragon Vol.2 #235
As you can see on the cover the book introduces a great looking new villain — I’ve seen fans talk about Malcolm’s relatively small rougues’ gallery ever since he left Chicago so this is a welcome addition to the roster. I also love the title of the book “Nothing beats Buffalo Stu”. I have a hunch Erik heard someone talk about buffalo stew and got inspired…

Find out more about Buffalo Stu in the pages of this epic issue.

This issue also features a “Big Bang Comics” backup with two short stories. Here’s the great back cover by Frank Fosco. I think it look awesome and the vintage treatment by colorist Adam Pruett makes it even better.

Reviews of Savage Dragon #235

This post currently has no comments - leave a comment

February 11, 2019

In review: Savage Dragon #234

Posted by Stefan Kalscheid in News | Reviewsone comment

Cover of Savage Dragon Vol.2 #234

Backcover of Savage Dragon Vol.2 #234 Savage Dragon #234 came out way back in May 2018.

I’m still trying to play catch up with my little reviews so I’ll make this quick and just leave this here with the usual collection of links and the beautiful backcover of this issue: Chris Giarusso recreation the classic cover for Savage Dragon #30.

And there’s more: Inside the book you can find Chris’ rendition of the three iconic covers of the original Savage Dragon miniseries and three pages of G-Man!

Oh and before I forget it — 4 issues into the book letterer Ferran Delgado is doing an outstanding job. I wonder though who’s idea it was to use that particular sound effect on page 15… I love it!

Reviews of Savage Dragon #234

Enjoy.

This post currently has one comment - leave a comment

December 28, 2018

Savage Dragon Wiki 2.0 is online

Posted by Stefan Kalscheid in Newsone comment

Hey guys! In case you missed it: A couple of days ago I finally launched the new and completely rebuild Savage Dragon Wiki 2.0. The relaunch came just in time for Christmas. I had promised to get it done before the end of the year and I’m glad I made. A couple of people have already signed up as editors and are hard at work to bring the Wiki up to date. It’s great to see this thing take off after months of working on it on my own. Make sure you check out the new Wiki and if you are willing to lend a hand send me an e-mail.

Stefan

This post currently has one comment - leave a comment

November 25, 2018

Savage Dragon #240 on sale!

Posted by Stefan Kalscheid in Newsone comment

Cover Savage Dragon #240

Savage Dragon #240 came out last Wednesday. You really don’t want to miss this one.

Last month I talked about the advantages of digital comics — this month I have to give you guys the heads up that Image Comics will shut down its digital comics service. Make sure you download a backup of all the comics you might have bought there. That’s the problem with digital copies of comics: You don’t have a physical copy in your home that is safe and sound even if your PC crashes or a service comes to an end. Comixology is still around of course and I will keep providing the link to their shop but let me encourage you to put Savage Dragon on your pull list at your comic shop. A lot of retailers don’t even seem to know that Savage Dragon is still being published and the book can use all the exposure it can get…

This post currently has one comment - leave a comment

Savage Dragon #239 on sale!

Posted by Stefan Kalscheid in Newsno comments

Cover Savage Dragon #239

In case you missed it — and I know I nearly did — Savage Dragon #239 came out last Wednesday. Of course, I have a pull list and get the actual comic book but I’ve been buying the digital versions as well those last couple of years. That means I can always read the book the minute it comes out (and I’m glad I get notified once the book is available) and double dipping is my way to support Erik and to keep the book going. I also buy the collected editions of course.

So if you feel like buying digital comics you can get the latest issue at Image Comics and Comixology

This post currently has no comments - leave a comment

October 4, 2018

Wikispaces closed down

Posted by Stefan Kalscheid in News2 comments


The day we all dreaded has come. Well, actually it was 4 days ago but I was busy, so today I finally updated the link in the navigation to point to the temporary backup version of the beloved Savage Dragon Wiki. And while I was at it I corrected some mistakes I found so now everything should be up and working. If you find any missing images or dead links let me know.

In the meantime, I’m working on the NEW WIKI. It’s coming along nicely.

Stef

This post currently has 2 comments - leave a comment

September 19, 2018

Savage Dragon #238 on sale TODAY!

Posted by Stefan Kalscheid in Newsone comment

Cover Savage Dragon #238

Oh boy, time sure does fly when you’re having fun! While I was (and still am) working on the new version of the Wiki those last few weeks, erratic Erik went straight back to the drawing board and churned out the next issue of the Savage Dragon. Issue #238 went on sale today and it’s a blast as always. Seriously, guys, this one has it all: missing bodyparts, violence, body fluids, robots… You name it — PLUS a backup story featuring the fan-favourite “Deadly Duo”.

Visit your local comic shop or grab your digital copy right now over at Image Comics or Comixology.

This post currently has one comment - leave a comment

August 8, 2018

Savage Dragon #237 on sale TODAY!

Posted by Stefan Kalscheid in Newsno comments

Cover Savage Dragon #237

Check it out! Erik delivers another issue of Savage Dragon just two weeks after the last one. This is insane. Show me another creator who can keep up with that pace. I certainly can’t — my “reviews” are falling more and more behind. Ah well, let’s look at the bright sight: It’s new comic book day for us Dragon fans. Visit your local comic shop or grab your digital copy right now over at Image Comics or Comixology.

Preview pages as usual over at Image Comics!

This post currently has no comments - leave a comment