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list of . For dragons from legends and mythology, see dragons from works of fiction List of dragons in mythology and folklore.
Dragons in literature [ edit ]
Western literature tends either to affirm or pointedly subvert the traditional portrait of dragons from Western
myth and folklore, as evil and greedy.
Dragons in film and television [ edit ]
Dragons have been portrayed in film and television in many different forms. Dragons may terrorize human towns, or save human lives, even taking the role of passionate protectors.
Dragons in radio [ edit ]
Dragons in online audiovisual media [ edit ]
Dragons in comics and puppetry [ edit ]
Chibisuke and various other dragons in the
manga. Dragon Drive
Dragon Man, in Marvel Comics' Fantastic Four
Dulcy, in the Sonic the Hedgehog comic and TV series
Fin Fang Foom, in various Marvel Comics - in truth, a member of an entire race of alien dragons, the Kakaranatharans. Llewellyn from
by Ozy and Millie D.C. Simpson Nid Hogg in
Angel Sanctuary Rocky, Alfred and various other dragons in the webcomic
Shenron (Shenlong) and Porunga, two dragons from the series. Dragon Ball The Great Red Dragon and his colleagues, in
Jeff Smith's Bone The Dragon from the webcomic
by Sinfest Tatsuya Ishida.
Ronn Lucas' ventriloquism puppet Scorch the Teenaged Dragon.
Lockheed, the pet dragon of Kitty Pryde, or Shadowcat, of the X-Men. The dragon/dog hybrid in the webcomic
. College Roomies from Hell!!! The dragon in the strip "惡作劇龍" (Prank Dragon) of the webcomic
The Perry Bible Fellowship. The unnamed dragon in the strip. How to Draw, Six Differences, True or False, etc. in
Slylock Fox & Comics for Kids Wormy, the title character of the comic by
David A. Trampier. The dragon known as Cordelia working with Angel in
Angel: After the Fall
Dragons in songs [ edit ]
Albi, from the
Flight of the Conchords song "Albi the Racist Dragon" "
Puff, the Magic Dragon", best known from the hit single by Peter, Paul and Mary, but has been performed by countless other artists. Puff the Magic Dragon was first a poem by Leonard Lipton and adapted by Peter Yarrow. The poem tells of an ageless dragon who befriends a young boy, only to be abandoned as the boy ages and forgets him. This is sometimes suspected of being riddled with references to the drug marijuana, though the authors have publicly ridiculed this notion. Tharos, from the
, a collection of five albums by the symphonic metal band Emerald Sword Saga Rhapsody.
Trogdor the Burninator, from the Homestar Runner Internet cartoon
Dragons in games [ edit ]
Dragons in toys [ edit ]
Dragons in sport [ edit ]
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]