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Nov 10 2015, 09:07 AM
There aren't many dinosaur related mangas, but T-rex na Kanojo is such a nice finding.

Synopsis according to Mangatown: Dinosaurs and humans coexist. One night, Yuuma Asahikawa meets with a girl named Churio. She isn't an ordinary girl, she is a carnivorous dinosaur, T-Rex! Now what is he going to do?

This cute and funny manga basicaly tells us that dinosaurs didn't become extinct and evolved in order to coexist with humans (aparently being all females), and Yuuma should deal with a T-rex who isn't really fond of civilization.

Short chapters filed with hilarious gags show us how Yuuma slowly teaches Churio how to be a civilized dinosaur (with more or less success).

In my opinion, if you're looking for a light, relaxing and enjoyable read, this is your manga.

Here's the manga's official Pixiv profile (if you have no problems reading japanese): http://comic.pixiv.net/works/1224
Here's the website of the translator: https://raptorscans.wordpress.com/
And here's the Mangatown page: http://m.mangatown.com/manga/t_rex_na_kanojo/

What do you think? It's a good manga? It isn't? You know of any other dinosaur related mangas?

Pic: Churio and Yuuma have similar fears in different ways (I'd totally pay for a horror videogame for dinosaurs, I'd trully do), page 8 of issue 18
Nov 10 2015, 06:39 AM
Maybe some of you already know about that game in development, but for all those who have been waiting for a good game that simulated the life of a dinosaur, that is your game.

SAURIAN is a game that, as I said, is basically a sim of life in the Hell Creek formation (the one in which T-rex, Triceratops, Ankylosaurus and many others choexisted in the same timeline and enviorenment).

In the game, you'll start as the small Acheroraptor and evetually you'll get to play as Pachycephalosaurus, Triceratops and Tyrannosaurus.

The devs are working hard on making this game as scientificaly accurate as possible, doing tons of research and keeping up with the latest studies.

In the game you'll get to see every known living being in the Hell Creek formation (from the most famous T-rex, Trike, etc, to every known, plant, insect, reptiles, etc.)

You can know more about the game in their FB page or the website ( http://saurian.maxmediacorp.com/ )

So, what do you think? That's the game that all paleontologist deserves? You like the idea of a scientificaly accurate survival? Or maybe you rather your dinos in a more cartoonish style like in the Fossil Fighters franchise? Or the Jurassic Park better?

Pic: concept art of the many growing stages of good ol' T-rex by R.J. Palmer
Nov 10 2015, 03:44 AM
Hello dinoladies and dinogentlemen!
I'm the new member, Noobaraptor (guess that I don't have to explain the user name) and I'm glad to join this forum.
I (as many around here) am a dinosaur enthusiast and, along the scientific data, I love many dinosaur media.
I'm making my (quite slow) way into paleoart, so if you're interested in checking any of my sketches, you can visit my Deviantart galery: http://agv120395.deviantart.com/gallery/ .
I also have contact with an actual paleontologist in FB (pretty cool, right?), so if you're interested in any actual dino (or other paleo life) data I'll try to get your answer.
Wellp, that's all for now. I'll get around the forum. Cheers!
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