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Dinosaurs are loose in Britain! They come in the form of five postage stamps depicting an Iguanodon , a Stegosaurus , a Tyrannosaurus , a Protoceratops and a Triceratops . 1  The stamps were released by the Royal Mail on August 20, 1991, to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the first use of the term ‘dinosauria’ (from the Greek deinos ‘terrible’ + sauros ‘lizard’) by famous British anatomist and palaeontologist, Sir Richard Owen. He used the term at a meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, held in Plymouth, in 1841.

Sir Richard Owen was Britain’s foremost expert in comparative anatomy and was the first person to realize that these creatures were a distinctive group of previously unknown reptiles. While everyone now accepts this conclusion, it is less well known today that Owen opposed Charles Darwin and the theory of evolution on scientific grounds. 2

In fact, all dinosaurs appear fully formed in the fossil record, without trace of an ancestor, and there is not one single dinosaur fossil that can be called an intermediate form between any of the types known.

Dinosaurs are loose in Britain! They come in the form of five postage stamps depicting an Iguanodon , a Stegosaurus , a Tyrannosaurus , a Protoceratops and a Triceratops . 1  The stamps were released by the Royal Mail on August 20, 1991, to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the first use of the term ‘dinosauria’ (from the Greek deinos ‘terrible’ + sauros ‘lizard’) by famous British anatomist and palaeontologist, Sir Richard Owen. He used the term at a meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, held in Plymouth, in 1841.

Sir Richard Owen was Britain’s foremost expert in comparative anatomy and was the first person to realize that these creatures were a distinctive group of previously unknown reptiles. While everyone now accepts this conclusion, it is less well known today that Owen opposed Charles Darwin and the theory of evolution on scientific grounds. 2

In fact, all dinosaurs appear fully formed in the fossil record, without trace of an ancestor, and there is not one single dinosaur fossil that can be called an intermediate form between any of the types known.

Dragons vs. Dinosaurs
Written by Chris Eric Peterson
Art by Chris Eric Peterson
Arcana Studios
Release Date: December 1, 2011
Cover Price: $14.95

Immediately after finishing Dragons vs. Dinosaurs , I said to myself ‘what in the world did I just read?’ This book was completely insane in the best kind of way. When I pick up a comic called Dragons vs. Dinosaurs that is all I want to see, a dragon killing a dinosaur and vice versa. Luckily artist and writer Chris Eric Peterson knows his audience and what they like. Dragons vs. Dinosaurs reads like a Godzilla title with colossal battles and very little dialogue. If you are looking to kill a few minutes reading about pre-historic beasts slugging it out, then this just might be the book for you.

Peterson either understands that too much dialogue in this kind of story is unnecessary or he just didn’t want to write any. Regardless of his motivation Peterson’s style of writing is perfect for Dragons vs. Dinosaurs . More often than not I will read a comic about giant beasts locked in combat and the story will be jam packed with deep reflections on the human experience. With one exception, the book avoids character examination and maintains a fairly transparent main story, which in this case is a fantastic thing. Peterson also has a good grasp on comedic timing, which shines through in several memorable moments of Dragons vs. Dinosaurs .


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