Here we are with another infrequent update. This time I am pleased to present a gallery of Turok covers created by Pete Von Sholly. They're top notch, so check them out. I've also decided to change the Dinosaur of the Week page to a Monthly page. It may be more realistic for me to get a Dinosaur drawing done once a month rather than aim for every week. My main hold up is doing the coloring, as that takes up most of the time. As always, if
you have any suggestions or comments, feel free to email
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to be shared with those who have similar interests. The
information contained here is free to all. While I attempt
to make regular updates to certain segments of these pages,
keeping a web site up-to-date is time consuming and there
can be substantial periods of time between updates. Plans
for the future include expanding this site with new comics
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Here are some of the specific subjects covered on this
Since I was very young, I've always
been fascinated with dinosaurs. Today there are more
known species than ever, and with the release of movies
like JURASSIC PARK, interest has never been higher.
To those of you with that interest, I offer you my
graphic interpretation of these extinct creatures.
I don't pretend to be a paleontologist, so I admit
my drawings are not completely anatomically accurate.
Perhaps with time I'll more successfully capture their
SON OF STONE
Before there were dinosaur hunters, before there
were video games or Jurassic Park, Turok and Andar
were searching for a way out of dinosaur infested
Lost Valley. Here is a cover gallery of every issue
of the comic book TUROK, SON OF STONE, from 1954 to
1980, with a short description of what's in each issue.
While Wally died back in 1981, his work and legacy
live on. A pioneer in the modern comic book industry,
he was a fan favorite during the glory days of EC
comics. He contributed to their science fiction, horror,
humor, crime, and many other titles.He created many
memorable characters, including T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents,
a classic series that competed with the giants of
Marvel and D.C. comics. Compiled here is a small collection
of his work.
Not art in the classic sense, but MY art.
I had hoped to become a comic book artist in my youth,
but my many interests scattered my concentration and
I never quite made it. Happily, I did get involved
in the graphics industry, and I want to share some
of my work with anyone willing to look.
While other games such as QUAKE and
UNREAL have come along to usurp DOOM, none have
quite caught the imagination and excitement created
by its release. There used to be scores of web sites
dedicated to DOOM, now you're lucky if you can find
any. I still find the game exciting and fun. Here
are some episodes that I created myself that I hope
some of you will find just as exciting.