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Saturday, May 06, 2017 

More negative metaphors for Donald Trump turn up in Savage Dragon

First Comics News posted the following description of Savage Dragon #226, where Erik Larsen appears to have written up a metaphorical attack on Trump, in a tale where the hero moves to Canada:
Following up from issue #226 where “a tyrannical madman assumes command of the United States, aliens are deemed a threat to national security and targeted for elimination-and that includes Malcolm Dragon and his family! With a country turned against him, Malcolm Dragon fights as he’s never fought before!”
Well at least he's doing it in his own creation and book, and not forcing the script upon corporate mainstream superhero series, which already have enough problems along the same lines. But it does confirm such an ultra-liberal artist is still quite firmly stuck on his sad beliefs, and using his decidedly overrated product as little more than a vehicle for the sake of his crummy politics.

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IRL, illegal immigrants in the US are loading their stolen furniture into their stolen trucks and heading to Canada, where they can get on the dole and live off of the Canadian taxpayers.

The emigration is having a negative effect on some parts of the US economy. Sales of illegal drugs are down. And limousine liberals in Beverly Hills and Bel Air are worried that they might have to mow their own lawns and mop their own floors. Or they might have to pay American citizens a decent wage to do it.

"...using his decidedly overrated product..."

I'm sorry, but who 'overrates' Savage Dragon?!
I'm not asking this ironically, nor as a slight towards you, nor the creator for his ideology.
In all seriousness, I have yet to meet a single comic book reader who has any positive thing to say about this title, let alone anyone who's a regular reader.
In the scant few times i hear Savage Dragon mentioned, it is always someone remarking on how ugly the art is, and/or how the writing terrible.

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