Its post anniversary bliss as the Savage FINcast crew; Craig, Jim & Raven are joined by the man himself Erik Larsen to discuss the titanic events of Savage Dragon 250 and 251! What’s the deal with Paul? How did the 250 back-ups come about? What is Larsen’s favorite kind of music? All this in the latest episode of the Savage FINcast!
In this episode of the Savage FINcast Retro Raven, Jim, & Craig finally arrive to the main event. Spinning out of the pages of Savage Dragon Freak Force is here! Cramped apartments, bounty hunting, revenge, bathroom comfortableness, and confusion about Manga. These issues have them all!
So its come to this. Savage Dragon. The big 250. Craig, Jim, Raven, and Scott delve into the 100 page monster to experience the cover to cover excitement as only Erik Larsen can bring us. In this episode the gang plays rank the variant, get excited about avoiding COVID, wonders about space octopi, and get our minds blown. All this and Larsen News, reader emails, and FINteresting conversation!
00:04:11 – Savage Dragon Cartoon on Peacock (News)
00:07:29 – Savage Dragon 250 Scorpion Comics Exclusive Cover (News)
00:19:02 – Savage Dragon 250 (Review)
03:06:57 – FINteresting Letters
In this episode of the Savage FINcast retro Raven, Jim, and Craig take a look at some of the most iconic moments of early Savage Dragon. The founding of Freak Force. The first titanic confrontation with Overlord. It can’t hardly be contained!
02:05 – Savage Dragon 06 (Review)
49:16 – Savage Dragon 07 (Review)
Hell has come to Toronto and the Savage FINcast is here to give you all the details. Jim, Raven, and Craig dig in as the new war between the Vicious Circle and Malcolm Dragon heats up. Old friends, old foes, old page layouts, this issue’s got it all. All this and a new FINteresting Conversation! Who are our favorite under used VC goons? And of course another installment of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Urban Legends!
03:48 – LISTENER E-MAILS
14:06 – FINTERESTING CONVERSATIONS
27:12 – SAVAGE DRAGON 249 (Review)
02:24:02 – TMNT: URBAN LEGENDS 20 (Review)