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Dinosaurs are the New Superheroes: 10 Dino Comics to Make Everyone Rich


The success of Jurassic World means that superhero movies are over! Forever! Why, we wouldn't be surprised if Fantastic Four and Ant-Man went straight to DVD and studios pulled the plug on the dozens of superhero movies already in production. Dinosaurs are the new superheroes, and in the future we expect all big-budget, would-be blockbuster films to be dinosaur movies.

Does this mean that comic books and graphic novels will lose their coveted place as the breeding ground for Hollywood's favorite source material? Not at all; there are plenty of dinosaur comics, ripe for film adaptation. Let's take a look at some of the more popular ones, and how likely it is that they may be coming to a theater near you... instead of Wonder Woman, Doctor Strange, or Justice League.

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Jurassic Meets Assassins in Jason Horn’s ‘Ninjasaur’ [Back Pages]


Here at ComicsAlliance, Jason Horn's webcomic Ninjasaur has been a firm favourite for quite a while. Mixing ninjas and dinosaurs might be part of why we like it, although Horn matches the silliness with first-rate artwork and some of the most enjoyable comics storytelling around.

And happily enough, Horn is currently running a Kickstarter to bring volume one and volume two of his series to print. We're big advocates for anything that forcibly mashes dinosaurs and noble assassins together, so we spoke to Horn about the Kickstarter and his work on Ninjasaur for the first installment of our new crowdfunding Q&A feature, Back Pages.

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The ‘Ninjasaur’ App Combines Dinosaurs, Ninjas, Comics And Games


The record will show that I'm a pretty big fan of ninjas, dinosaurs, and things that are a ninja or dinosaur while also being something else, so it should come as no surprise that I've been a fan of Jason Horn's Ninjasaur ever since I picked up a minicomic a few years ago at HeroesCon...

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Best Webcomics Ever (This Week) 3.25.12


Welcome back webcomics readers. As is the case almost every week, I've got to praise Lauren Davis for her coverage of online titles, this time it's for her review of The Abaddon and also for her coverage of Fart Party creator Julia Wertz's rehab letters to her fellow artists at the now dissolved collective Pizza Island, which was comprised of some of the best illustrators working today...

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