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Bizarro Back Issues: Wild Dog Makes The World Safe For Pornography (1988)

Wild Dog, DC Comics

If you're not familiar with Max Alan Collins and Terry Beatty's Wild Dog, the simple explanation is that he's DC's version of the Punisher. I don't know if that's exactly what they were inspired by, but it's hard not to look at the two characters and see a pretty huge influence in Wild Dog and how he works, especially when you consider how popular the Punisher was getting in the late '80s.

The thing is, Wild Dog doesn't really feel like he's meant to be an equivalent as much as the product off someone reading comics about a perpetually grumpy vigilante who runs around with a giant skull on his chest and saying, "Well we can do something weirder than that."

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Ask Chris #243: Underused Characters

Ask Chris #243, background art by Terry Beatty

Q: What are some concepts in comics you feel were woefully underused? - @daveexmachina

A: There are definitely things out there that never quite got the attention that it seems like they deserve. There are cool concepts that hit at the wrong time and tweaks to the status quo that were swept away in favor of going back to basics, and there's one that I can think of pretty easily that seems like it should've been the next big thing and got dropped like a hot potato instead. And believe it or not, I'm not talking about Wild Dog.

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Free Comic Friday: The 15-Page ‘Wild Dog’ Fan Comic By Kyle Starks


A few weeks ago, Kyle Starks, the insanely underrated creator of The Legend of Ricky Thunder, Adventure Wizard and Punch Captain, made a promise on Twitter. He said that if he got 200 followers, he'd write and draw a 15-page fan comic starring DC's Wild Dog...

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Ask Chris #33: Smallville’s Most Wanted Guest Star and Cobra Commander’s Second Chance


Here at ComicsAlliance, we value our readership and are always open to what the masses of Internet readers have to say. That's why we've given Senior Writer Chris Sims the punishment pleasure of stepping into the grand tradition of the Answer Man as he responds to your reader questions...

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