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The Savage Dragon creator discusses his epic creator-owned book, drawing Alan Moore scripts, the #200 issue of "Savage Dragon and the status of digital comics.
Augie looks at some of the hardcover titles recently solicited for March 2012, with special mention of the last Todd McFarlane "Spider-Man" collection and the first of Erik Larsen's new "Savage Dragon" hardcovers.
Alan Davis draws pretty Avengers, Erik Larsen hits issue #175 of 'Savage Dragon and Augie wonders if Marvel pulled a bit of a bait-and-switch with regard to Marc Silvestri's run on "Incredible Hulk."
In the pages of his long running Image comic "Savage Dragon," writer, artist and creator Erik Larsen raises public enemy number one from his grave -- so Malcom Dragon can send him back!
Erik Larsen will bring al-Qaida founder Osama bin Laden back to life as a giant green monster bent on destroying America in October's "Savage Dragon" #177. ROBOT 6 has details.
Image Comics has provided CBR with previews for four books shipping June 8, including exclusive looks at "Morning Glories" #10 and "Savage Dragon" #171!
The strange connection between Jack Kirby and...Frank Zappa! Plus, who is the mysterious fellow who keeps showing up in Erik Larsen's comics and what is the mystery of the Wild World of Batwoman?
Reviewer Greg McElhatton gives Erik Larsen's experimental "Herculian" one-shot 3.5 stars, saying, "It's nice to see [Larsen's] talents tackle some different subjects; for the most part, he succeeds."
Augie pulls triple-duty and reviews this week's issues of Image Comics' status quo-changing "Savage Dragon" and "The Mission,'" analyzes Morris' approach to art in "Lucky Luke" and runs down some lookalike logos.
Image Comics co-founder Erik Larsen spoke with CBR about the ongoing adventures of "Savage Dragon" and the upcoming giant-sized one-shot "Herculian," collecting his 24-Hour comic and other short stories.
Archie’s move to day and date digital comics makes a lot of sense for a Direct Market that does little for them, leading to “De Blieck’s Digital Divide,” Skottie Young's eBook and a rally for digital "Savage Dragon."
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive 9-page preview of "Savage Dragon" #165. Written and illustrated by creator Erik Larsen, Dragon's saga continues to unfold on Wednesday, October 27.
Todd McFarlane opens the CBR TV TIki Lounge's NYCC coverage with a discussion of how to properly treat fans at conventions, his new collaborations with his longtime Image Comics partner Erik Larsen and more.
Robert Kirkman and Erik Larsen give readers the breakdown on the latest issue of the universe spanning six-issue limited series "Image United" which sees uniting six of the Image Comics founders in one title.
Erik Larsen, Steven T. Seagle, Joe Casey, Richard Starkings, Frank Cho and Jonathan Ross met with fans at WonderCon to discuss the next batch of projects from Image Comics, and CBR was there.
Erik Larsen and Michel Fiffe spoke with CBR News about 'Twisted Savage Dragon Funnies,' an upcoming series of back up features created by indie comics creators. Plus, CBR has an exclusive preview of art from the project!
This week, Erik looks at the ramifications of Apple's recently-announced iPad for the worlds of both print and digital comics, and tries to put the divide between the two media into perspective.
Erik takes on the role of comics publisher this week, proposing an idea whereby American publishers follow a new weekly publishing plan that's an amalgam of the Japanese manga model married to "2000 AD."
Erik Larsen's ONE FAN'S OPINION makes its return to CBR this week as the writer/artist discusses the power of the individual issues of comic books and what they offer fans that television, movies and even graphic novels can't.
Series editor and creative director Erik Larsen spoke with CBR about the long awaited return of "The Next Issue Project" with "Silver Streak Comics" #24, highlighting heroes such as the Golden Age Daredevil and Kelly the Cop.
"Savage Dragon" creator Erik Larsen talked to CBR about "Dragon War," the upcoming arc that sees Chicago's finest going fin-to-fin with an army of genetically engineered Dragons, and Larsen's not telling who - if anyone - survives.
Augie buys Marvel's new Erik Larsen "Spider-Man: Sinister Six" collection purely out of nostalgia and asks: does it hold up, nearly 20 years later? Plus, can modern printing processes accurately recapture newsprint's charm?
This past weekend, the creative team behind Image Comics' upcoming jam-illustrated crossover spoke to fans about the process in crafting the comic book's unique look, while teasing what will happen after the series ends.
CBR kicks off our Boat Show series for CCI 2009 with an interview with Rob Liefeld and Erik Larsen as they talk about the highly anticipated series, "Image United."
Image Comics founder and Savage Dragon creator Erik Larsen goes in-depth about his long career in comic books, starting from his earliest fanzine work to his tenure as Publisher of Image and beyond.
Even the surprise return of Savage Dragon's arch-nemesis Overlord can't stop the green-skinned sentry from celebrating his 150th issue – can it? We spoke with creator Erik Larsen about the milestone issue.
CBR News received today the final ominous teaser from Image Comics that makes it very clear that Overlord, the Savage Dragon's greatest enemy, is making a return to the pages of Erik Larsen's long-running series.
CBR News received today a second ominous teaser from Image Comics that makes it very clear that Overlord, the Savage Dragon's greatest enemy, is making a return to the pages of Erik Larsen's long-running series.
CBR News received today an ominous teaser from Image Comics that makes it pretty plain that Overlord, the Savage Dragon's greatest enemy, is making a return to the pages of Erik Larsen's long-running series.
With classic issues of "Savage Dragon" available for free on MySpace, we check in with Erik Larsen to see why he thinks the social networking site is is so important to the comic book industry. His answer may surprise you.