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    Default Greg Pak Takes A Historical Approach To "Turok: Dinosaur Hunter"

    Greg Pak discusses his history-based approach to writing Dynamite's new "Turok: Dinosaur Hunter," and the character's importance.


    Full article here.

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    I'm so looking forward to this, the art looks great, good to hear that they're researching the dinosaurs to make them believable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rasx View Post
    I'm so looking forward to this, the art looks great, good to hear that they're researching the dinosaurs to make them believable.
    Me too. It's nice that they're going the extra step with the historical approach.

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    DYNAMITE has been producing some great comics, and I'm eager to see what they do with TUROK. The creative team is excellent, and I'm very excited about this comic.

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    I was already in, a fav writer of mine for no reason other than Hulk but this piece only makes me happier to be on board.
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    I'll give this a try.
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    He makes a good point about Native American characters.

    I've loved Turok since Valiant opened my eyes.

    It's such a strong concept.
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    I loved the Turok video game series. Reminded me of the Stargate movie. And had an incredible world that I was just drawn to reading the comic that came with the first game.

    I'm a bit sad the property is being revamped and that this IP hasn't stablized in terms of setting and character.

    I'm very interested in seeing this first issue, but I hope they can pay tribute (little nods and hints) of the previous versions of this character.

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    Really looking forward to this - it ticks all the boxes.

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    This book looks excellent, I'm all over this Gold Key line of books when they are released.

    Great art shown off here, it appears that Dynamite is going to really give it a go with this universe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CBR News View Post
    Greg Pak discusses his history-based approach to writing Dynamite's new "Turok: Dinosaur Hunter," and the character's importance.


    Full article here.
    What other approach but historic makes any sense? That ridiculous Acclaim reboot to College student? I finally found some battered copies.I mean I'm all for all ethnic and racial groups getting a college degree but for crying out loud.
    Defend that run former Valiant/Acclaim era Turok fans.

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