"...Why, we're the living embodiment of the American Dream, my fellow former Red Dogs."
Graham Gault
"Rollin' on the River"
Wild Dog 3
Wild Dog
Title: "Rollin' on the River"
Volume: 1
Number: 3
Cover price: .75
Cover date: November, 1987
Publisher: DC Comics
Executive editor: Dick Giordano
Writers: Max Allan Collins
Pencilers: Terry Beatty
Inkers: Dick Giordano
Cover artists: Terry Beatty
Cover inker: Dick Giordano
Colorists: Michele Wolfman
Letterers: John E. Workman
Editors: Mike Gold
Previous: Wild Dog #2
Next: Wild Dog #4

"Rollin' on the River" is the title to the third issue of the Wild Dog comic book limited series published by DC Comics. The story was written by Max Allan Collins with artwork by Terry Beatty and inks by Dick Giordano. Beatty and Giordano also rendered the cover art illustration to this issue. It was colored by Michele Wolfman and lettered by John E. Workman. The story was edited by Mike Gold. This issue shipped with a November, 1987 cover date and carries a cover price of .75 cents per copy.

Appearances Edit

Featured characters

Supporting characters


  • Committee for Social Change

Minor characters

  • Colonel Rawlings


  • Committee for Social Change



  • Arsenal Island



Notes & Trivia Edit

  • The tagline for this issue is "Arsenal".
  • The title of this issue is taken from a lyric from the song "Proud Mary" by Creedence Clearwater Revival. It was also popularly covered by Ike & Tina Turner. The song was originally released as a single in January, 1969.
  • This is the first appearance of Colonel Rawlings.

Recommended Reading Edit

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