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Savage FINcast – Episode 75: Giant Size 75th Episode! An Interview with Erik Larsen!

The Savage FINcast celebrates its 75th official episode in grand fashion, welcoming back series creator Erik Larsen to discuss the last few months of Savage Dragon, the latest issue 239, and plans for the future. We also talk about his trip to New York Comic Con, his memories of the Savage Dragon Cartoon, and just …

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Savage FINcast – Episode 74: Looking at Shmeckels w/ Scott James!

Five. Years. Latter. Regular Savage FINcast hosts Craig, Jim, and Raven are joined again by recurring Savage Dragon backup artist Scott James to talk Savage Dragon 238, what Scott has been up too, personal computer troubles, child labor, and of course… shmeckels. News, Reviews, Back-Ups, this jam packed 2 hour classic has got it all! …

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Savage FINcast – Episode 73: Enter Kettlecorn

New dangers are a afoot in the latest episode of the Savage FINcast! Jim & Raven take a look at the modern classic SAVAGE DRAGON 237. Where Angel ends up in compromising positions and finds herself  in a face off with the terrible new Canadian super threat, Crawfish Kettlecorn! I mean… THE SCOURGE! Also this episode …

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Savage FINcast – Episode 72: Pocket Dimensions are Tight!

Savage Dragon issues keep coming out, and the Savage FINcast keeps rolling on. Craig, Jim, and Raven are inundated by the antics of small fin’d children while grown-up fin-people are kinda bad at this whole ‘find our lost children’ thing. Adventures in fantasy lands, fights with dog…. people(?), and Kevin’s choices in sweater vests. That …

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Savage FINcast – Episode 71: “I’m Pretty Sure Buffalo’s are Retractable.”

Nothing can stop Buffalo Stu, or the Savage FINcast! Craig, Jim and Raven take on Savage Dragon 235 and its titanic throwdown between Malcolm Dragon and the enigmatic Buffalo Stu.Is he man? Beast? Manbeast? What is the anatomy of a Buffalo any way? All that plus Freak Force in action in Dimension X, more Big …

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