227 interview!

As with every issue, Russ Burlingame (scourge of Riverdale) interviews Erik about the latest issue! For me? It’s necessary reading! Always brings extra insight to the issue. And it’s just good fun to read an Erik interview!


Erik Talks Savage Dragon #201 with Russ Burlingame

harry interview finalErik sits down with Russ Burlingame of to discuss the latest issue of Savage Dragon! I love these interviews. ALWAYS great insight to be gained! CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL SCOOP!

Here’s a quick sample:

Obviously in-story, the sex lives of our heroes drove a lot of conversation here. Is that going to be a topic for a while?

To some extent. Once the Genie is out of the bottle there’s no putting it back. You don’t regain your virginity. Once it’s gone–it’s gone. Savage Dragon’s “Digest-Sized” Issue– Not Sold Out, But eBay Inflation Exists Anyway

sam haze news small final looks at the “limited edition” digest version of Savage Dragon #190 and the asking prices on eBay. The digest version was actually under ordered and still available through Diamond Distributors. The article looks into the situation in detail.

Excerpt from the article:

The higher price on eBay might cause some misunderstandings with fans hoping to get their hands on the issue, which was under ordered by retailers who likely had no idea how to plan for such a unique product (Larsen says that, to his knowledge, no mainstream superhero comic has printed both a standard and Digest version of the same issue in recent memory).

So what’s the real situation? Will this book be worth money? Should people be stocking up at this paltry $13 level?

Read the full article here:

Issue 189 Q&A Interview with Russ and Erik and Gavin

harry interview finalWant more insight on issue 189? Russ Burlingame interviews Erik Larsen & Gavin Higginbotham with some Q & A regarding the Savage Dragon #189 !!

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Dragon Story From 1984 To Be Printed in Color for the First Time

sam haze news small final versionA short Savage Dragon strip, originally created in 1984 for a project that fell through, will see print in color for the first time as a back-up feature in Savage Dragon #189. The strip was initially printed in black and white in Savage Dragon Archives #4 (the comic miniseries published in 1999, not the recent collected editions of the same name).

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