- Doing It for the Art: The first issues in black and white were this; the comic's creators made it only for fun, thinking that it just wouldn't sell. That was true at first, but word of mouth quickly worked its magic and they ended up with a surprise hit on their hands.
- Marth Debuted in Smash Bros.: Cazador has never been published in the USA, but the character himself has a cameo (albeit without his iconic cowl) in an issue of Justice League pencilled by Ariel Olivetti, acording to a commentary by the artist himself in the Argentinean magazine Lazer. In fact, as Olivetti worked on the first issues of the comic, he has included other references to it in his works for the American market as well. In an interview for a Spanish website, he revealed that his cover for Punisher War Journal #7 is a Shout-Out to that of the first issue of Cazador, with Frank Castle striking a similar pose as the title character, and that the superhero-style costume he dons during that series is partially inspired by Cazador's original design (which was later introduced to the comic as his American counterpart).
- Name's the Same: Cazador's Arch-Enemy Melkor and his rival Balrog are obvious Shout-Outs to Tolkien's Legendarium, while the American Cazador, Robert Howard, is named after the creator of Conan the Barbarian.