Appearing in "Savage Time!"Edit
- WXYZ television crew
- Brotherhood of Badoon (Only in flashback)
- Monster of Badoon (Only in flashback)
- Martians (Only in flashback)
- National Guard soldiers and General
- Captain America (Only in flashback)
- Sharon Carter (Only in flashback)
- Killraven's Freemen (Only in flashback)
- President of the People's Republic of China (Earth-691) (Only in flashback)
- President of the Soviet Union (Earth-691) (Only in flashback)
- President of the United States of America (Earth-691) (Only in flashback)
- Serfs (Only in flashback)
- Techno-Barons (Only in flashback)
- Kwaal (Only in flashback)
- Bahamas (BTS)
- Canada (Only in flashback)
- China (Only in flashback)
- England (BTS)
- Moon (Only in flashback)
- United States (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Saugerties crash site from previous story
- USSR (Only in flashback)
- Captain America's Shield (Only in flashback)
- Cloak of Levitation
- Eye of Agamotto
- Yondu's Yaka Arrows
Synopsis for "Savage Time!"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- Letters (story pages): Saladino (uncredited) page 1, Mantlo pages 2-18.
- The Guardians' home-era is stated as the year 3015.
- Vance recollects major events in the history of Earth-691, from 1982 to 3015.
- The infant Centaurian in the flashback does not have a tahlei.
- Flashbacks to this story appeared in Paradise X #1.
- The events on the cover do not ocur in the corresponding the story.
- The appearance of cyborgs in the 1990s led to the belief that Deathlok was from Earth-691, but this idea was dismissed and put to rest in The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Alternate Universes 2005. Deathlok is from Earth-7484.
- This is the first mention of a Killraven in the Guardians' timeline. It was not made official that the KR from Amazing Adventures Vol. 2 was the same individual until The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Alternate Universes 2005.
- A flashback here is the only appearance to date of a female Pluvian. It is also the first appearance of a female Centaurian. Significantly, it is also the first appearance of Mercurians, predating Nikki's introduction in Marvel Presents #4 a year later.
- The blurb at the end of the story is the first reference to Starhawk in print. Interestingly, it includes a definite article, "The Starhawk".
- This issue contains a letters page, Defenders Dialogue. Letters are published from Jo Duffy, Mark Murphy and Dan McCarron.
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