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Turok, wandering warrior from a far land, rescues Andar, son of a Chiricahua chief, from the ruthless King Maxtla and his Aztec horde. Pursued into a vast cavern, prey and predators are swept away by an unimaginable force to a savage, timeless land of nightmares and miracles, where dinosaurs thunder and rampage. Beset by bloodthirsty enemies and beasts, Turok and Andar encounter an even deadlier threat-the fearsome Panther People and their mesmerizing goddess, Aasta...

Turok, Son of Stone returns, reimagined by legendary writer Jim Shooter and illustrated by hot new talent Eduardo Francisco (
Victory, Executive Assistant: IRIS).
 
Includes a reprint from Turok Son Of Stone (#1) published by Dell Comics in December 1954 (Four Color #596).
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Turok Returns to Comics 0

Turok returns to comics in Dark Horse's new familiar take on the characters.  The Good First issues often take pages to set up the story and characters. Here, we jump right into the action. It's not everyday you get to read a comic with people getting shot by arrows and stabbed by spears. If you're looking for action mixed with some violence, you will find it here, but not in an over-the-top presentation.  I only know Turok from the N64 video games and I assume we're witnessing the beginnig of h...

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Back to the Past... 0

Well bless my non-existent beard, if it isn't Turok the Dinosaur Hunter with his own new series here in the year 2010!  I still recall fondly the blocky and foggy days of the Nintendo 64 and sitting down to some dinosaur blasting action, but it was only a little later when I discovered that Turok was actually a long-running comic book originally.  Did I ever read any of those books?  Hell no, but their existence always remained in my mind.  Remaining a pretty stalwart fan of the games, I decided...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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