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Appearing in "The Society of Evil Minds"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

  • Society of Evil Minds
    • Baron Brain
    • Dexter Cortex
    • Dr. Binana
    • Grandfather Clock
    • Horde

Other Characters:


Locations:

  • 1963
    • Midway City (Mentioned only)
  • 1997
  • 1965
    • Coolidge Dam

Items:

  • Futurescope
  • Time bomb

Vehicles:




Synopsis for "The Society of Evil Minds"

In 1963, the Society of Evil Minds, consisting of Dr. Binana, Baron Brain, and the Wicked Worm (now the Horde) met with the Grandfather Clock to devise a plan to send the Savage Dragon back in time and use him to fight Mighty Man. The Grandfather Clock would use a "time bomb" to transport the Savage Dragon.

After Savage Dragon fought Mighty Man, he found himself in 1963, surrounded by the Society of Evil Minds. They attempted to get him to fight Mighty Man, but he refused, so Grandfather Clock used his technology to send the Savage Dragon away. Savage Dragon found himself in 1965, in front of the Coolidge Dam and saw that it was about to flood, so he attempted to hold it together.

Appearing in "Savage Dragon vs. Horde"

Featured Characters:

  • Savage Dragon

Supporting Characters:

  • Ultiman

Villains:

Other Characters:

Locations:

Items:

  • Time bomb

Vehicles:




Synopsis for "Savage Dragon vs. Horde"

In 1997, Savage Dragon fought Mighty Man, who was possessed by the Horde. The possessed Mighty Man dropped a time bomb and Savage Dragon dived onto it before it exploded, causing him to travel through the time stream.

Appearing in "The Round Table of America"

Featured Characters:

  • Round Table of America
    • Ultiman
    • Mr. Martian (First Appearance)
    • The Blitz
    • The Human Sub
    • Hummingbird
    • The Beacon
    • Knight Watchman
    • Mike Merlin (First Appearance)

Supporting Characters:

  • Savage Dragon

Villains:

  • None

Other Characters:

  • Chicago P.D. (Mentioned only)
  • King Arthur (Mentioned only)

Locations:

  • 1965
    • Camelot (Mentioned only)
    • Coolidge Dam
    • Mars (Mentioned only)
  • Timestream

Items:

  • Time bomb

Vehicles:




Synopsis for "The Round Table of America"

The Round Table of America saw the Coolidge Dam flooding, so they intervened. The Atomic Sub saved Savage Dragon, while the Beacon used her Power Gem, Ultiman used his Arctic Breath, Mike Merlin used his magic, and Hummingbird filled in cracks to help seal the dam. Next the team, combined their powers to finish sealing. Savage Dragon woke up and was alarmed when he had seen Mr. Martian, warning of a Martian invasion in 1996. He told the team about his situation, shortly before the time bomb went off and teleported him away. Knight Watchman proposed that Ultiman and the Blitz, who have both previously broken the time barrier, catch the Savage Dragon in the stream. The two heroes went into the time stream and nearly caught the Dragon, but the bomb went off again.

Appearing in "Dr. Weird"

Featured Characters:

  • Doctor Weird

Supporting Characters:

  • Savage Dragon

Villains:

  • None

Other Characters:

  • Anton Reeves (Mentioned only)
  • Fire department
  • Unnamed babies
  • Unnamed woman

Locations:

  • Timestream

Items:

  • Time bomb

Vehicles:




Synopsis for "Dr. Weird"

Doctor Weird spotted a burning house, rescued two babies and delivered them to their mother. Doctor Weird and the firefighters saw the Dragon emerging from the house. Savage Dragon explained his situation to Doctor Weird, who believed him and took him with him into the sky. Doctor Weird drew a sketch and instructed Savage Dragon to give it to the former's mentor Anton Reeves and agreed to travel through the time stream with him. However, Doctor Weird was taken out of the time stream and forbidden from traveling.

Appearing in "The Pantheon of Super-Heroes"

Featured Characters:

  • Pantheon of Super-Heroes (First Appearance)
    • Clone Boy (First Appearance)
    • Gravity Girl (First Appearance)
    • Jupiter Boy (First Appearance)
    • Laughing Boy (First Appearance)

Supporting Characters:

  • Savage Dragon

Villains:

  • None

Other Characters:

  • Pantheon of Super-Heroes applicants
    • Kangaroo Kid (Mentioned only)

Locations:

  • 2965

Items:

  • Time bomb

Vehicles:




Synopsis for "The Pantheon of Super-Heroes"

In 2965, Jupiter Boy provided over a meeting of the Pantheon of Super-Heroes, deciding who to accept into their team. Savage Dragon appeared in front of them and Clone Boy suggested making him a member of their team. However, Gravity Girl claimed that members' powers must not come from devices. Clone Boy declared that Savage Dragon was disqualified, shortly before the time bomb exploded again and took him away. Gravity Girl claimed that Savage Dragon was "too old, anyway."

Appearing in "Knight Watchman and Kid Galahad"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Savage Dragon

Villains:

  • Grandfather Clock

Other Characters:

  • Empire City Titans
  • Midway Monsters
  • Round Table of America (Mentioned only)

Locations:

  • 1962
    • Midway City
      • Midway Stadium

Items:

  • Time bomb

Vehicles:

  • Grandfather Clock's blimp

Synopsis for "Knight Watchman and Kid Galahad"

In 1962, Reid and Jerry attended a championship football game between the Midway Monsters and the Empire City Titans. During the game, the ball was deflated by a projectile shot by the timekeeper, who attempted to run off with the trophy and prize money. Reid and Jerry changed into Knight Watchman and Kid Galahad and saw that the thief was the Grandfather Clock, who was escaping in a football-shaped blimp. Knight Watchman used a prop spear to shoot down the blimp and Kid Galahad tackled the villain. Then, the two heroes apprehended the Grandfather Clock, moments before the Savage Dragon appeared in an explosion. Savage Dragon attempted to confront the Grandfather Clock, who had no knowledge of his time bomb, as the former had traveled three years prior to meeting the Round Table of America. Then, the Dragon was teleported away again.

Appearing in "Ultiman"

Featured Characters:

  • Chris Kelly/Ultiman

Supporting Characters:

  • Savage Dragon

Villains:

  • None

Other Characters:

  • Arlene Kelly
  • Christine Kelly
  • Ultiman robots
    • Arnold
    • Sylvester
  • Venus (Big Bang) (Mentioned only)

Locations:

  • 1980's
    • Ultiman's command center
  • 1997 (Mentioned only)

Items:

  • Time bomb

Vehicles:




Synopsis for "Ultiman"

The Dragon found himself in a freezing mountain in the 1980's, where he was rescued by Ultiman and taken to his command center and saw the real Chris Kelly. The "Ultiman" who had saved him was actually a robot duplicate named Sylvester, while Chris Kelly was no longer Ultiman. Chris Kelly explained that he would monitor crises from his command center and dispatch his robots in response and that he had a wife named Arlene and a daughter named Christine. He explained that he lost his powers after the need to expose himself to radiation in order to stop his powers from weakening; however, he ended up getting radiation sickness. Savage Dragon attempted to get help from Kelly getting rid of the bomb, but was upset when he couldn't get help. However, before the bomb went off, Kelly's two robots Sylvester and Arnold threw the Dragon into a bomb proof chamber.

Appearing in "Knight Watchman and Dr. Weird"

Featured Characters:

  • Knight Watchman
  • Doctor Weird

Supporting Characters:

  • Savage Dragon

Villains:

  • Grandfather Clock
  • Grandfather Clock's alternate time counterpart

Other Characters:

  • Anton Reeves (Mentioned only)
  • Judy Garland (Mentioned only)
  • Kid Galahad (Mentioned only)

Locations:

  • Grandfather Clock's observatory

Items:

  • Time bomb

Vehicles:




Synopsis for "Knight Watchman and Dr. Weird"

As expected, Knight Watchman and Doctor Weird found Savage Dragon lying in front of them. When the Dragon got up, the two other heroes informed him that they would be going to the Grandfather Clock's observatory to find the remote for the bomb. When they had entered the observatory, they found Grandfather Clock meeting his alternate time counterpart. In order to protect the timeline, Doctor Weird sent the counterpart away. Then, Savage Dragon took the remote and teleported himself back to 1997. Afterwards, Knight Watchman and Doctor Weird had said goodbye to each other.

Trivia

  • Doctor Weird is referred to as Simon Ward in the fourth story.
  • Ultiman's robots in the seventh story seem to be named after Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone.

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