- Acting for Two: William Ostrander voices both Larn and Taro, as well as being the performance model for the latter.
- Money, Dear Boy: In "Unfiltered: The Complete Ralph Bakshi", Ralph says so himself.
- Name's the Same: Nekron. With a "K". An evil wizard, not a race of zombie-like robots.
- Retroactive Recognition: Look very closely at the credits for the background painters and you may spot the names of James Gurney (Dinotopia) and Thomas Kinkade (The Painter of Light).
- What Could Have Been:
- Juliana originally had a different actress.
- Teegra was originally supposed to run around naked for the rest of the film after the sub-humans kidnapped her, much like the Conan the Barbarian type stories that inspired this film. (Not that it would have made much of a difference from her appearance in the final product, but still.)
- There was an alternate animation model made for Larn with brown hair instead of blond.
- As many people have guessed over the years, Darkwolf was going to be officially Nekron's father. Sean Hannon revealed in an interview in Painting with Fire that there was originally a scene in the script in which it was stated, but Bakshi and company decided against it on the belief it would be better to leave it ambiguous.
Trivia / Fire and Ice