Tag Archive: Erik Larsen

Savage FINcast Retro – Episode 05: Savage Dragon (On-going) 01 & 02

In this episode of the Savage FINcast Retro, hosts Raven, Jim, and Craig are joined by Savage Dragon back-up artist and creator of the webcomic Juiceman, Scott James to review issues 01 and 02 of the Savage Dragon on-going series. Witness with them Dragon’s first battle with the Shrew, Dragon meeting the Teenage Mutant Ninja …

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Savage FINcast – Episode 86: Ribbed for Her Pleasure

It’s a Spoopy Halloween Eve as Savage FINcast co-hosts Craig, Jim, & Raven descend into the depths of madness with another terrifying episode. Malcolm Dragon and Captain Tootsie face down the deadly Scourge while Maxine makes the most important choice of her life. That, plus Erik Larsen News, FINcast games, and Fan questions. And if …

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Savage FINcast – Episode 85: A G…G…G…G…GHOST!

A frightening spooktacular awaits as Jim, Raven, and returning guest-host Zac Hawkins tackle Savage Dragon 245 to learn the secrets of the mysterious Chained Man. Jim and Raven reminisce about their recent comic convention misadventures at Terrificon. Everyone speculates about what Erik Larsen might be writing/drawing for Marvel next. And Jim and Zac gush about …

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Savage FINcast Retro – Episode 02: The Savage Dragon (Mini-Series) 03 & The Savage Dragon vs The Savage Megaton Man

Welcome to the Savage FINcast Retro! A new review series where we of the Savage FINcast finally go back to the 90s to review classic issues of Erik Larsen’s Savage Dragon in chronological order from the beginning! This episode Craig, Jim, & Raven take a look at the finale issue of the original Savage Dragon …

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Savage FINcast RETRO – Episode 01: The Savage Dragon (Mini-Series) 1 & 2

Welcome to the Savage FINcast Retro! A new review series where we of the Savage FINcast finally go back to the 90s to review classic issues of Erik Larsen’s Savage Dragon in chronological order from the beginning. We’re going to be using this new review series to supplement our usual current issue review and interview …

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