|The cover of Issue 1. Copyright Dark Horse Comics.|
|What is happening here? Anatomy? Physiology? MAKE THEM FIGHT! Copyright Dark Horse Comics.|
|Scene from Ancient Egyptians, copyright Dark Horse Comics. Holy cow, look at the difference between the earlier work and now! Blood, poop, backgrounds!|
|The cover of Issue 2. Copyright Dark Horse Comics. The two back animals show pronated hands.|
|The scarred protagonist Spinosaurus. Copyright Dark Horse Comics.|
Issue 3 just came out at the end of last week and Issue 4 comes out in September. I am looking forward to picking them up and finishing the tale which Delgado likens to Samurai and Western classic films. The absence of narrative text might put some off but for myself I find it adds to the immersion. Where will the lone Spinosaurus find himself at the end of his journey?
|The cover of Issue 3. Copyright Dark Horse Comics.|
Delgado, Richard. "Age of Reptiles: Ancient Egyptians" Dark Horse Comics. (2015).
Ibrahim, Nizar, Paul C. Sereno, Cristiano Dal Sasso, Simone Maganuco, Matteo Fabbri, David M. Martill, Samir Zouhri, Nathan Myhrvold, and Dawid A. Iurino. "Semiaquatic adaptations in a giant predatory dinosaur." Science 345, no. 6204 (2014): 1613-1616.