The Savage Dragon: Sex & Violence
The Savage Dragon: Sex & Violence was a two-issue limited comic book series starring the Savage Dragon, created by Erik Larsen. It ran from August to September 1997. Chronologically, the story occurs approximately between issues 21 and 22 of the regular Savage Dragon series.
The mini-series was originally conceived as a Savage Dragon annual, with art by Adam Hughes, but it was split into a mini-series.
A recreation of the mini-series' opening scene was written and drawn by Larsen and included in issue #132 of the ongoing Savage Dragon series as well as the Savage Dragon Archives Vol. 2 trade paperback.
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