Posts tagged Scandal Savage

There is “Forever Evil” sale going on over at Comixology. Included in the sale is the former JSA member Black Adam’s mini-series by Peter Tomasi and Doug Mahnke. Also if you want to check out some loosely affiliated JSA books Final Crisis (big crossover), Villains United (crossover that sets up Secret Six), and Secret Six (featuring the daughter of Vandal Savage and the son of Ragman). 

There is “Forever Evil” sale going on over at Comixology. Included in the sale is the former JSA member Black Adam’s mini-series by Peter Tomasi and Doug Mahnke. Also if you want to check out some loosely affiliated JSA books Final Crisis (big crossover), Villains United (crossover that sets up Secret Six), and Secret Six (featuring the daughter of Vandal Savage and the son of Ragman). 

Notes From Wednesday’s Books


I haven’t been reading the Batman books but these Night of Owls books but if they are like the latest issue of Birds of Prey they are providing some great period cosplay ideas.


It seems that all of Vandal Savage’s daughters are badass.


The Shade never fails to be a gorgeous book.

Darla is the best! That is all.

James Robinson Gets Savage

James Robinson spoke with USA Today about his upcoming three-issue arc in DC Universe Prestents featuring Vandal Savage and his daughter Kassidy Sage. He had this to say about Vandal Savage:

In the last version of the pre-‘New 52’ universe, he’d had a kingdom in eastern Europe, he’d been Genghis Khan, he’d done all these crazy things in his life, but at the heart he’s still this maniac caveman. I like the idea of that savage aspect wearing this veneer of civilization and education.

And for those who are worried about the status of his other daughter:

People who love Scandal Savage are scared, of course, that she’s gone away and will never come back, but at no point in the series do I ever undo her existence.

Of course this is pre-New 52, but after reading Devin Grayson’s Arsenal miniseries I figured Vandal Savage had tons of relatives and offspring floating around the DCU.