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19th Oct '15 1:10:07 PM StFan
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19th Oct '15 1:09:53 PM StFan
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19th Oct '15 1:09:10 PM StFan
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* Creator/CrossGen Comics's ''Comicbook/{{Scion}}'' features genetically engineered dragons used as aerial tanks by the techno-medieval Heron and Raven empires. A (seemingly) more conventional dragon appears in one arc of the straight-fantasy Crossgen title ''{{Sojourn}}''.

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* Creator/CrossGen Comics's ''Comicbook/{{Scion}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Scion}}'' features genetically engineered dragons used as aerial tanks by the techno-medieval Heron and Raven empires. A (seemingly) more conventional dragon appears in one arc of the straight-fantasy Crossgen title ''{{Sojourn}}''.''ComicBook/{{Sojourn}}''.
11th Sep '15 10:59:55 PM nombretomado
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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/dragons-bone_458_1927.jpg]][[caption-width-right:350:The dragons of {{Bone}} are an unusual sort.]]

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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/dragons-bone_458_1927.jpg]][[caption-width-right:350:The dragons of {{Bone}} ComicBook/{{Bone}} are an unusual sort.]]
11th Jul '14 12:32:55 AM SeptimusHeap
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* The dragons in ''Main/{{Kairos}}'' are very humanoid, being roughly the size of a human, walking on two legs and having hands, wearing human clothes, and the female dragons have NonMammalMammaries.

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* The dragons in ''Main/{{Kairos}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Kairos}}'' are very humanoid, being roughly the size of a human, walking on two legs and having hands, wearing human clothes, and the female dragons have NonMammalMammaries.
4th Mar '14 5:29:38 AM K2Misfit
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* Morningbright the Dragon in ComicBook/{{Smax}} is a city-sized [[MixAndMatchCritters Lion/Arachnid/Peacock]] powered by fusion and sporting the attitude of Lucifer.

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* Morningbright the Dragon in ComicBook/{{Smax}} is a city-sized [[MixAndMatchCritters Lion/Arachnid/Peacock]] powered by fusion and sporting the attitude of Lucifer.
* Karno's ''Here They Be Dragons'' largely follows traditional Western Dragons, save they can walk on two and four legs like Gargoyles, have [[OverlyLongName Overly Long Names,]] are just as capable of and [[GeniusBruiser knolwedgeable of]] spells right down to identifying specific curses InvisibleToNormals, the females are normally flat-chested, but [[BreastExpansion grow]] NonMammalMammaries that simply gauge their sexual arousal and ''especially'' view other species as [[PunyHumans Puny Furries]] regardless of their NoNudityTaboo and [[ObfuscatingStupidity being mistaken for simple brutes by the villagers.]] A horse-man learns all this when [[CursedWithAwesome cursed a spell that gives him a Gag Penis if someone ever touches it]] ''then'' [[NoKillLikeOverkill left as living sacrifice to the local dragon for food,]] but luckily becomes FriendsWithBenefits in a win-win deal of him having casual sex with her in exchange for all the gold he can carry and a spell to make such booty calls happen instantly by teleporting him to her.
11th Feb '14 5:16:14 AM LadyMomus
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* The dragons in ''{{Bone}}'' come in a variety of shapes (for example, the Great Red Dragon has rabbit-like ears and a goatee), but they're all large, intelligent fire-breathers who want what's best for the world. And then there's Mim, the Queen of the Dragons, who is part Ouroboros, part living CosmicKeystone. She's several miles long, and capable of single-handedly causing TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. The dragon's culture has a high level of spiritual development and grants them further supernatural powers. The Great Red Dragon alone is telepathic, can astral-project through dreams, see the future, and communicate with the dead. Essentially, the dragons serve the role of angels, but are a mix of Western & Eastern Dragons (Fire-breathing & strength like Western ones, but [[BuffySpeak mysticalness]] of Eastern dragons.

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* The dragons in ''{{Bone}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Bone}}'' come in a variety of shapes (for example, the Great Red Dragon has rabbit-like ears and a goatee), but they're all large, intelligent fire-breathers who want what's best for the world. And then there's Mim, the Queen of the Dragons, who is part Ouroboros, part living CosmicKeystone. She's several miles long, and capable of single-handedly causing TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. The dragon's culture has a high level of spiritual development and grants them further supernatural powers. The Great Red Dragon alone is telepathic, can astral-project through dreams, see the future, and communicate with the dead. Essentially, the dragons serve the role of angels, but are a mix of Western & Eastern Dragons (Fire-breathing & strength like Western ones, but [[BuffySpeak mysticalness]] of Eastern dragons.



** Other MU dragons include the ''TheMightyThor''[='=]s Midgard Serpent, Jade dragon, who is an ally of ''ComicBook/AlphaFlight'', the [[ComicBook/XMen Morlock]] Scaleface, and ''ComicBook/IronMan'''s Fin Fang Foom, who is actually an alien.

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** Other MU dragons include the ''TheMightyThor''[='=]s ''ComicBook/TheMightyThor''[='=]s Midgard Serpent, Jade dragon, who is an ally of ''ComicBook/AlphaFlight'', the [[ComicBook/XMen Morlock]] Scaleface, and ''ComicBook/IronMan'''s Fin Fang Foom, who is actually an alien.



* ''SavageDragon'' is a comic hero who actually is not a dragon at all. He simply looks kinda like one, enough that it became his name.

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* ''SavageDragon'' ''ComicBook/TheSavageDragon'' is a comic hero who actually is not a dragon at all. He simply looks kinda like one, enough that it became his name.



* Morningbright the Dragon in {{Smax}} is a city-sized [[MixAndMatchCritters Lion/Arachnid/Peacock]] powered by fusion and sporting the attitude of Lucifer.

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* Morningbright the Dragon in {{Smax}} ComicBook/{{Smax}} is a city-sized [[MixAndMatchCritters Lion/Arachnid/Peacock]] powered by fusion and sporting the attitude of Lucifer.
4th Jan '14 10:26:06 PM charlessage
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* One of the guardians at the gate at Dream's castle in ''ComicBook/TheSandman'' is called Wyvern. Contrary to the usual appearance of a wyvern, the guardian is wingless and quadrupedal, with a long thin tail and neck and a bloated body, somewhat like a sauropod dinosaur (see for instance Chapter 3 of ''Season of Mists''). It's probably intentional, as the guardian on his left side (our right) is called Hippogriff but [[CallAPegasusAHippogriff is really a pegasus]].

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* One of the guardians at the gate at Dream's castle in ''ComicBook/TheSandman'' is called Wyvern. Contrary to the usual appearance of a wyvern, the guardian is wingless and quadrupedal, with a long thin tail and neck and a bloated body, somewhat like a sauropod dinosaur (see for instance Chapter 3 of ''Season of Mists''). It's probably intentional, as the guardian on his left side (our right) is called Hippogriff but [[CallAPegasusAHippogriff is really a pegasus]].pegasus]].
* The Dragon that Hellboy fights [[spoiler: to the death]] in The Fury is simultaneously the OneWingedAngel form of the Witch-Goddess Nimue and the unified aspect of the 7 [[EldritchAbomination Ogdu Jahad]] destined to bring the end of the world.
* Morningbright the Dragon in {{Smax}} is a city-sized [[MixAndMatchCritters Lion/Arachnid/Peacock]] powered by fusion and sporting the attitude of Lucifer.
30th Dec '13 11:07:38 PM foxley
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* In the alternate history fantasy series ''{{Arrowsmith}}'', the protagonist is an airman, a soldier who flies by magically transferring the flight ability of a dragonet (baby dragon) into himself. Each airman has his own dragonet companion who typically rides his shoulder, and he wears strips of skin shed by the dragonet's mother to help form a bond between them.

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* In the alternate history fantasy series ''{{Arrowsmith}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Arrowsmith}}'', the protagonist is an airman, a soldier who flies by magically transferring the flight ability of a dragonet (baby dragon) into himself. Each airman has his own dragonet companion who typically rides his shoulder, and he wears strips of skin shed by the dragonet's mother to help form a bond between them.
19th Dec '13 9:33:47 PM nombretomado
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* CrossGen Comics's ''Comicbook/{{Scion}}'' features genetically engineered dragons used as aerial tanks by the techno-medieval Heron and Raven empires. A (seemingly) more conventional dragon appears in one arc of the straight-fantasy Crossgen title ''{{Sojourn}}''.

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* CrossGen Creator/CrossGen Comics's ''Comicbook/{{Scion}}'' features genetically engineered dragons used as aerial tanks by the techno-medieval Heron and Raven empires. A (seemingly) more conventional dragon appears in one arc of the straight-fantasy Crossgen title ''{{Sojourn}}''.
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