Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Technosaurs, a free online dinosaur comic

You don't need to head to the comics store to read a great comic. There is a new one on the web, and it's free.

Technosaurs is hard to describe, partly because the story isn't finished yet. But it seems to be inspired by the Saturday-morning cartoons of the 1980s. The plot centers around two siblings who are transported to a world of anthropomorphic, and robotic, dinosaurs.

The art by Kevin Wasden is top-notch and better than what you will find in most published comics. (I particularly like the comic's sepia tone.) The story is by Wasden and Darwin A. Garrison also is turning out to be quite good, with fully realized and likable characters.

A new page of the comic is put up every week, with the most recent comic posted on the web site's front page. Click here if you want to start at the beginning of the series.

Also, a link to Technosaurs has been added in the "related links" menu to the right.

* Thanks to Bob Mozark at Antediluvian Tours Inc. for pointing out the comic.

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