Savage Dragon #250 Get Rob Liefeld and Skottie Young Covers

Image Comics is pleased to reveal jaw-dropping Rob Liefeld (Deadpool) and Skottie Young (Middlewest, I Hate Fairyland) covers for the highly anticipated Savage Dragon #250. This milestone issue of the long-running, creator-owned series by Image Comics partner and CFO Erik Larsen will make waves at comic shops in May 2020.

For 28 years, Erik Larsen has chronicled the lives and times of the Dragon and his extended family in one of comics’ only series set in real time. This monumental oversized milestone issue is a sweeping culmination that sets the stage for the next phase of comics’ most uncompromising series with its most shocking story yet!

Forces have conspired against Malcolm Dragon and his family—but is this a turning point or…THE END?! Find out as Savage Dragon becomes the second original Image title to reach its 250th issue and begins the countdown to #300.

Savage Dragon #250 will be available at comic book shops on Wednesday, May 20.
Savage Dragon #250 Cover A by Erik Larsen (Diamond Code DEC190056)
Savage Dragon #250 Cover B by Frank Cho (Diamond Code DEC190057)
Savage Dragon #250 Cover C by Rob Liefeld (Diamond Code DEC190058)
Savage Dragon #250 Cover D by Walter Simonson (Diamond Code DEC190059)
Savage Dragon #250 Cover E by Skottie Young (Diamond Code DEC190060)
Savage Dragon #250 Cover F Blank Sketch variant (Diamond Code DEC190061)

11 thoughts on “Savage Dragon #250 Get Rob Liefeld and Skottie Young Covers”

  1. Savage Dragon just doesn’t do it for me anymore. I did enjoy it for a few years back in the early 90’s. Recent years, not so much. Not a bad Liefeld cover though (yes, I said that).

  2. Not a Savage Dragon fan. Not really a popular character. And with the book price being so high, Im not ordering any.

    1. Like most image books I picked it up for the longest time. I have met Larson several times and have had commissions done by him. However, after a while, he spent to much focusing on pushing a political agenda and I just can’t stand politics in comics.

  3. Image Comics….the rebels from the big 2
    nothing says rebellion like homage covers and multiple variants…

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