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Age of Reptiles Omnibus: Volume 1

Age of Reptiles Omnibus: Volume 1

by Ricardo Delgado, Various

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When Ricardo Delgado—a prolific development and storyboard artist who has worked on such hit films as Men in Black, The Incredibles, WALL-E, X—Men Origins: Wolverine, and the Matrix series—first set his sights on creating comics, he crafted an epic tale about the most unlikely cast of characters: dinosaurs. Since that first foray into the world of sequential art—which earned him an Eisner win for Talent Deserving of Wider Recognition—he has returned to his critically acclaimed Age of Reptiles again and again, each time crafting a captivating saga about his saurian subjects.

* This volume collects the long—out—of—print Age of Reptiles and Age of Reptiles: The Hunt, and the never—before—collected third series, Age of Reptiles: The Journey.

"Delgado once more proves that the age of great illustration is alive and well."
—John Landis, Filmmaker, An American Werewolf in London, Michael Jackson's Thriller

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ISBN-13: 9781621154860
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Publication date: 01/18/2011
Series: Age of Reptiles
Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 400
Sales rank: 658,425
File size: 156 MB
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About the Author

Ricardo Delgado is a film and comic book artist who has worked on such films as The Incredibles, Men in Black, and Apollo 13. He is the creator of the Age of Reptiles comic book series, as well as one of the production designers of Disney's Atlantis: The Lost Empire. Delgado is of Costa Rican descent and lives in Los Angeles, California. He has produced a third Age of Reptiles volume, titled The Journey, for Dark Horse Comics, published in 2010; as well as two novels, Sam Specter and the Book of Spells, a children's genre story; and Warhead, a science fiction crime story. In early 2000 he published the four-issue sci-fi series Hieroglyph. The author lives in Sylmar, California.

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