Thanks to the efforts of many generous Kickstarter backers, the first six issues of Luckyzilla were compiled together into this handsome volume.
These humble beginnings include The Dog Knight's earliest encounters with The Ref, Quackery, Hellhound and Royal Flush. In addition to Luckyzilla #'s 1-6, Drezen Media is issuing a hearty helping of Lucky webcomics which haven't seen print until now.
Available in the US Only
See how Detective Bruce Deodato first became impressed with the powers and duties of the mighty Luckyzilla as he views a parallel to his own troubling boyhood through the eyes of a tormented young boy. At last, the origin of Luckyzilla is told for the first time in print!
Cover: Diana Leto.
Back with a vengeance, Lucky’s arch-foe, The Ref, balks at the construction of an immigrant welcome village built on the site of his old laboratory. He unleashes Ferdinand, a giant robot bull, to destroy the village. The timing couldn’t be worse as Lucky’s powers are on the fritz!
Cover: Dan Parent
What happens when you wake up with a splitting headache and in a Nazi uniform? You kick some serious Nazi rear and go after the big cheese…at least hoping he doesn’t have some dark, sickening surprises prepared for you. Luckyzilla vs Hitler in “Down in History: For Better or Worse”!
Cover: Kelly Gordon
The underground wrestling sensation, Deadjaw, makes literal mincemeat from his unfortunate opponents. Unstoppable, invincible, and with a thirst for blood he makes good his threat to destroy Luckyzilla. Can our fuzzy hero withstand the greatest challenge laid before him?
Cover: Sebastian Bonet
In this conclusion to the Deadjaw saga, it’s a race against time to subdue and/or eliminate the threat of the vile Deadjaw before he destroys the city of Massapequa Heights. But is there actually a way of curbing this behemoth’s rage, or is it simply a fool’s errand?
Royal Flush, lord supreme of the distant planet, Pupiter, has discovered what he believes to be the greatest energy source in the universe. Strangely enough, it exists within the head of Herman the Hydrant, the city of Massapequa Heights’ oldest landmark. Join Lucky, Harmony D’Angelo, and newcomer and our first transgender character, Paula, on this wild, interplanetary ride.
The mischievous Quackery is headed to the City of Sin, Las Vegas, to turn gamblers and tourists alike into giggling nincompoops with his patented, laughing-gas driven Chucklebucks. Will Lucky have the last laugh in this gasser of a caper?
Roger Goodell never had it this bad. Relive the unsportsmanlike insanity as we collect some of The Ref’s grandest exploits in this special holiday issue which features the classic strip, “The Dreidel of Doom”.
Detective Bruce Deodato (alias Luckyzilla) relives his dark past as his notorious ex-wife, Rita, becomes employed to the agency as his boss’s secretary. Things take a nosedive as her former lover that led to the dissolution of her marriage to Bruce goes on a kidnapping spree. Will our hero put aside his misgivings and do what’s right?
In this collection, we celebrate The Cross Country Comics Initiative, a mission to create a comic strip in each of the 50 US States. This collection represents the first 10 states on the journey from New Jersey to Illinois.
Look! Up in the sky! It's a bird...sorta...nope! It's that adorably dangerous rascal, Quackery, one of Lucky's most outlandish foes. Because we love him, we're dedicating an entire issue to him and collecting some of his wackiest scams to date.
Detective Harmony D'Angelo leads a rather exciting life, and not entirely by choice being that she's a frequent target of villainy and a frequent rescuee of Lucky's. This collection pays tribute to a lady without which Luckyzilla wouldn't quite be Luckyzilla without. She's also an expertly trained martial artist, so don't even think about making a move on her!
It takes a special kind of magic to pull off a double life, and Lucky's alter-ego, Bruce Deodato does just that and more as we pay tribute to his efforts behind his furry disguise.
It is said that in your dire hour of need that you’ll find out who your real friends are. Lucky and friends are about to experience that with total strangers as they band together and avoid becoming devoured by a demonic beast, possessed by the spirit of a mad dictator in “The Curse of The Golden Shark”. This longer-than-normal Dog Knight adventure celebrates Luckyzilla’s 25th anniversary.
Lucky is left powerless and unable to recharge his energy for 24 hours without being burned to a crisp by The Ref in “The Chocolate Crisis”. Includes 2 bonus Luckyzilla strips from the long running webcomic.
Bruce Deodato reunites with his sole surviving relative in “The Last Branch”. Cousin Richard needs a favor, but Bruce wants nothing to do with him. The reunion catches the attention of the sorceress, Hellhound, who may have just found a spell in her arsenal to usurp Lucky’s precious and deadly power source.
Imagine if bubble gum that tastes like vegetables were to become a bestseller. The notorious scamster Quackery found a way to make this a reality, and along with his respected heiress business partner, they’re making a mint. For Lucky, the plot is about to sticken...err...thicken.
Logic and reason have no business in the Theatre of the Absurd. This collection features some of the most bizarre and unusual moments from the long running webcomic.
By royal decree, the sultan of septic, Royal Flush, commissions the opening of his own royal art gallery. Desperate for artists, he calls upon former captive, Harmony D’Angelo to paint his royal portrait.
Angela Trampas, who is of Native American and Iranian descent and an out and proud member of the LGBTQAI+ community, has been following Lucky with a camera practically everywhere, and in this issue we pay tribute to this adventurous woman behind the camera.
Bruce and Ralph have a falling out during a training exercise, and both separately reflect on their early days as a team.
Lucky's least favorite, triple-eyed nuisance of a nemesis wreaks havoc in another collection of quack-ups.
"All Together Now” was the milestone 300th weekly Lucky strip, published in July 2021. In this 30th issue, we’ve decided to revisit and expand “All Together Now” adding more action, thrills, chills and giggles featuring Luckyzillas past and present.
After years of issuing unsportsmanlike punishments, Lucky's arch-nemesis, The Ref, suddenly retires. Word gets to him that his disabled sister is dying, and when he learns of his parents' decision to take her off life support, he prepares to dish out the coldest serving of revenge.
Quackery, the interdimensional AI art and identity thief, and Royal Flush, supreme extraterrestrial regent of refuse, combine their wicked resources to launch an army of monsters upon the Earth. Even worse is that a piece of poorly written music causes the fiends to multiply. Can The Dog Knight teach his adversaries to sing a different tune, or is Earth doomed at the hands of dupes?
Bruce and Harmony's impromptu vacation is sidelined when a rogue semi sends their car into a tree, leaving them stranded in the deep South. They're offered shelter by some very peculiar characters, which turns out to be what was Bruce's childhood home. Will Bruce's plans to reveal his Luckyzilla identity to Harmony be sidelined if the eerieness that surrounds them decides to strike?
Lucky's most trusted ally, Capt. Dudley, has 72 hours to gather thousands of signatures in an effort to overturn the Massapequa Heights City Council's decision to form a heavily armed SWAT team. He is fought tooth and nail by the opposition without Lucky's assistance. The Dog Knight slips into a sudden coma, and this could mean lights out!
Bruce Deodato is a lifelong laserdisc enthusiast, and becomes very suspicious when a suspicious manufacturer reintroduces the format to the public. He is convinced that Quackery is behind the scam, but with his Luckyzilla powers going awry as of late, the last thing he wants is to be taken for a spin.
Join the fight against evil with Luckyzilla and his friends. Groups of 2-4 players battle the forces of evil which have taken over the city of Massapequa Heights, while avoiding capture in order to rack up the highest score by the game's end. Recommended for Ages 5 and up.
WARNING: Contains small parts which may be unsuitable for children under 3.
Game written and designed by Rich Drezen
Luckyzilla game piece sculpted by Shadow Rabbit Clay Guy
All elements printed in the USA, box printed in Canada
© 2019 Drezen Media, All Rights Reserved
Extend the adventure and thrills of the base Luckyzilla: The Game set (required for play) with new challenges, including Backtracking and Traitor scenarios, and expand the fun to accommodate up to 8 players with playable characters such as Paula D'Angelo, Raphaelle (Not A Ninja), Vikram Gupta, and Stacey Seville. A treasure trove of diversity and excitement awaits!
WARNING: Contains small parts which may be unsuitable for children under 3.
Designed by Rich Drezen. All elements printed in the USA
© 2021 Drezen Media, All Rights Reserved
See how Lucky developed into the electrifying adventure-strip hero he is today! Drezen Media is proud to present a collection of some of Lucky’s most defining moments in animation, such as his fight against terrorists in the award-winning Atomix, giant robots and a mad scientist in All in A Day’s Work, and the explosive antics of The Terrible Telebomber, his lone foray into live-action, which was remade in comic form in Luckyzilla #5. Also included is the yuletide romp, Luckyzilla's Christmas Barktacular, which butchers the all-time classic carol, "12 Days of Christmas".
Includes all material noted on the DVD, but in HD (1080p) and with exclusive bonus features.
Among the treasures presented is When The Doberman Calls, one of the first Lucky shorts ever made. It is NOT for kids, but older fans will be amazed at how far Lucky has come since these gritty early days...and boy, do we mean gritty!
When we have more units available, you'll be the first to know! Please note that we do not ship Luckyzilla: The Game outside the US. We apologize for the inconvenience. International shipping costs are just too outrageous at the moment.
Presenting three goofy looking bird hybrids that gab about nothing, and serve no purpose other than to amuse each other! Appropriate for all ages, though kids under 14 aren’t going to understand a darned thing they say. Also included are early animation appearances of Luckyzilla, and several other shorts: silent and sound, from the Drezen Media library. Many of which have never been shown publicly.