Print Volume 150
Luiz Berger
Notes The sárkány ('dragon') was an accepted part of Hungarian culture and folklore prior to the 18th century, eventually becoming associated with natural phenomenon such as storms. Thunder was considered to be the roar of dragons fighting above the clouds, with their tails striking the clouds causing floods and rainstorms.

The knight and dragon (complete with swords for teeth) allude to the robot and monster in 'Appetite for Destruction' by Robert Williams.