Most authors try to get their facts right when writing stories about dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals. Continue reading The grass-eating, 200-foot-long brontosaur of the late Cretaceous, or common mistakes in paleofiction
Where did the idea for dinosaur erotica come from? Turns out you can blame Jurassic Park. Continue reading The rise of dinosaur erotica
If you answered “Journey to the Center of the Earth,” you are wrong. Continue reading Who wrote the first dinosaur novel?
Dr. Frankenstein had it easy. He had all the body parts he needed when resurrecting his creature: a heart, some lungs, a brain. Writers of paleofiction are not so fortunate. Continue reading Raising the Dead: Bringing back extinct animals in fiction
A genuine dinosaur comic is a rare thing. A true dinosaur comic is something unique, unblemished by human characters. Continue reading The History of Dinosaur Comics
Since the Victorian period, shortly after the discovery and scientific description of the first recognized examples of the class Dinosauria, individuals have speculated on the possibilities of areas where dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures may still exist. Continue reading Back Lots of the Lost