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Here Be Dragons! Famous TV and Movie Fire-Breathers

From How to Train Your Dragon's Toothless to Dany's Game of Thrones brood, what's your favorite famous dragon? Vote now...

by | January 18, 2019 | Comments

HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON, Hiccup (top, voice: Jay Baruchel), 2010. ©DreamWorks SKG/Courtesy Everett Collection
(Photo by ©DreamWorks SKG/Courtesy Everett Collection)

Some dragons are big and scary and could definitely kill you with a single exhale — and others, like How to Train Your Dragon‘s Toothless, are big old sweethearts who just so happen to breathe fire.

Toothless (and his human BFF Hiccup) are back for more adventures in How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, as they set out on a new journey to protect their dragon utopia of Berk and head to a world they previously though only existed in myths and legends.

In honor of Toothless’ new adventure, Rotten Tomatoes has rounded up pop culture’s most famous — and infamous — dragons. Which is your favorite?



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