We’ve seen all manner of variant covers come in the doors at Major Spoilers. In July, Erik Larsen is going to push the envelope with a XXX cover for Savage Dragon #225 by Rafael Kras.
In MIGHTY MAN, seven-year-old Betty Bradford has inherited the mantle of the World’s Mightiest Man. Now she trains to take on the role of the world’s greatest superhero and faces her biggest challenge ever.
Press Release After a wildly successful debut at SDCC, GIANT-SIZE KUNG FU BIBLE STORIES, edited by Erik Larsen (SAVAGE DRAGON) and Bruce Timm (Batman Adventures: Mad Love), will be made available at comic book stores nationwide on September 3. A deluxe limited edition collection featuring the original stories of the world’s greatest cartoonists, this treasury edition comic is a must-have.
I’m not a skateboarder, and some question my balance even when I’m walking with a good pair of shoes, so I’ve never gotten into the customized/specialized skateboard deck scene. I do understand that decks can be adorned with everything from custom logos, to adult film stars to comic book heroes, and now Freak Show Skateboards has teamed with Erik Larsen for a Savage Dragon deck.
Press Release A changing of the guard is taking place next week in Chicago. Having lost its great protector, citizens of the Windy City and the family of Officer Dragon must face a new reality. Issue 169 provides a great starting point for new readers or those that wish to be reintroduced to this no-holds-barred superhero comic that includes plenty of heavy-hitting fist-a-cuffs, good-natured humor and universal themes at a time of great change for the characters.
Press Release IMAGE UNITED, the six-part crossover written by Robert Kirkman and featuring Image Founders Erik Larsen, Rob Liefeld, Todd McFarlane, Whilce Portacio, Marc Silvestri and Jim Valentino, makes its second coming to comic stands this Wednesday with a pre-release, distribution-level sell out!
The fine people at Image Comics sent over sneak peeks of Savage Dragon #154, Sky Pirates of Neo Terra #2, and Tyrese Gibson’s Mayhem #3, all of which arrive in stores on November 4, 2009.
Erik Larsen continues his love for President Barack Obama by offering up an exclusive WonderCon cover to Savage Dragon #145. “I had no idea what I was getting into, but the moment I finished the cover I told myself: ‘Erik, you just created the greatest comic book cover of all time’ and it turns out I was totally right,” Erik Larsen said in a prepared statement. “Lets face it, President Barack Obama punching out Osama Bin Laden with a huge American flag in one hand while Savage Dragon frees Lady Liberty from a Weapon of Mass Destruction is as good
President Obama is making another appearance in Image Comics’ Savage Dragon #145.Â In anticipation of the Obama-Nation queing to wait to get their hands on the issue, Image Comics is assuring readers that there will be plenty of copies available for fans. “A lot of people have been milking the reprint game for all it’s worth by keeping their print runs tight in order to guarantee a sellout and I’d rather not engage in such tomfoolery. I want people read my comic instead of chasing after elusive back issues on eBay,” Erik Larsen said. “While we’ve gone through multiple printings
Image Comics has announced the fourth and final printing of Savage Dragon #137 is headed back to press.Â The issue features Savage Dragon endorsing the then candidate for President. “While we sold out some time ago, we’ve been receiving an awful lot of letters from fans and retailers alike demanding another printing,” Erik Larsen said. “This fourth – and definitely final, I might add – printing commemorates the very first timeÂ a superhero has openly nominated a real-life candidate for Presidential office. It’s been flattering to receive such attention and I hope everyone who’s bought a copy sticks around for
Yesterday was another banner day for Marvel as non-comic readers lined up to get their mitts on the Obama variant cover to Amazing Spider-Man #583.Â This was a limited variant, and some stores jacked up prices, which didn’t make too many people happy – including one ass of a store clerk. What of other reactions? Erik Larsen isn’t too happy over Marvel stealing his idea. As far as Marvel goesâ€“ I canâ€™t help but feel very betrayed. They duplicated the incentive coverâ€“and preempted my upcoming oneâ€“and even used the â€œterrorist fist jab.â€ Clearly those in the â€œhouse of ideasâ€ looked