([April] 1997)

Published in English (United States) United States
 
Price
[none]
Pages
1260
On-sale Date
1997-04
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
Stewart, Tabori & Chang
ISBN
1-55670-596-4 Search at WorldCat
Barcode
9781556705960 53495; 040544034956 00596
Editing
?
Color
Color cover; Duotone Red and Blue for 3-D effect interior
Dimensions
9" x 11.25"
Paper Stock
Cardstock cover; Matte interior
Binding
Perfect Bound

Issue Notes

Includes 3-D glasses for many 3-D illustrations, which are not indexed. Apparently the original edition was published in England by Orbis Publishing Limited, London, in 1992.

Contains several short comics stories.
Keywords
3-D

The individual issues of this series are each less than 50% comics. Only comics sequences are indexed and cover scans are accepted only if the issue has 10% indexed comics content.

Iguanadon Discovered (Table of Contents: 1)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Patrick Williams (signed)
Inks
Patrick Williams (signed)
Colors
Patrick Williams (signed)
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
Gideon Mantell; Baron Cuvier
Synopsis
English doctor Gideon Mantell discovers the fossil remains of a dinosaur and names it Iguanadon
Keywords
dinosaurs; doctor; England; fossils; Iguanadon

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 20-21.

Monsters in the Park (Table of Contents: 2)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Patrick Williams
Inks
Patrick Williams
Colors
Patrick Williams
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
Richard Owen; Prince Albert
Synopsis
Richard Owen designs huge models of dinosaurs for the Crystal Palace in London in the 1850s.
Keywords
1850s; Crystal Palace; dinosaurs; London

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 44-45

The Bone Wars: Part One (Table of Contents: 3)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Mike Dorey
Inks
Mike Dorey
Colors
Mike Dorey
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
Edward D. Cope; O. C. Marsh; Arthur Lakes; O. W. Lucas
Synopsis
In the 1870s, Professors Cope and Marsh compete to find and identify the most dinosaurs in the Morrison, Colorado, area.
Keywords
1870s; bones; Colorado; dinosaurs; fossils

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 68-69.

The Bone Wars: Part Two (Table of Contents: 4)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Mike Dorey
Inks
Mike Dorey
Colors
Mike Dorey
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
O. C. Marsh; Edward D. Cope; Arthur Lakes
Synopsis
Professors Marsh and Cope send crews to Como Bluff, Wyoming, to dig in a "dinosaur's graveyard" full of bones. The competing crews sometimes fought over their discoveries, hence the term "Bone Wars."
Keywords
bones; Como Bluff; dinosaurs; fossils; Stegosaurus; Triceratops; Wyoming

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 92-93

Carnegie's Dinosaur (Table of Contents: 5)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Patrick Williams (signed)
Inks
Patrick Williams (signed)
Colors
Patrick Williams (signed)
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
Andrew Carnegie; King Edward VII
Synopsis
Dinosaur models of Diplodocus in Andrew Carnegie's Pittsburgh Museum impress King Edward VII so much he requests a copy for the London museum.
Keywords
dinosaurs; Diplodocus; Pittsburgh; Wyoming

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 116-117

Discoveries in the Desert (Table of Contents: 6)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Patrick Williams (signed)
Inks
Patrick Williams (signed)
Colors
Patrick Williams (signed)
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
Roy Chapman Andrews
Synopsis
In 1922, Roy Chapman Andrews leads the first American expedition to the Gobi Desert, where they find the remains of the first dinosaur to be discovered in Asia. Later they discover the first fossilized dinosaur eggs.
Keywords
1922; dinosaur eggs; dinosaurs; fossils; Gobi Desert; Mongolia; Oviraptor; Protoceratops; Velociraptor

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 140-141.

African Treasuries (Table of Contents: 7)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Inks
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Colors
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
Eberhard Farrs; Dr. Werner Janensch
Synopsis
In 1907, Eberhard Farrs discovers dinosaur bones in a remote part of Tanzania, Africa. Dr. Werner Janensch leads an expedition which makes several spectacular discoveries.
Keywords
1907; Africa; Barosaurus; Brachiosaurus; dinosaurs; Elephrosaurus; fossils; Kentrosaurus; Tanzania

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 164-165

Hatcher's 'Horned Face' (Table of Contents: 8)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Mike Dorey
Inks
Mike Dorey
Colors
Mike Dorey
Letters
?

Genre
biography
Characters
John Bell Hatcher; O. C. Marsh
Synopsis
The life of John Hatcher, who discovered the first Triceratops skull in Montana in 1886.
Keywords
1886; dinosaurs; fossils; Montana; Triceratops

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 188-189.

The Eccentric Expert (Table of Contents: 9)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Patrick Williams (signed)
Inks
Patrick Williams (signed)
Colors
Patrick Williams (signed)
Letters
?

Genre
biography
Characters
William Buckland
Synopsis
The eccentric life of William Buckland, the man who first identified dinosaurs as giant reptiles.
Keywords
dinosaurs; England; fossils; Megalosaurus; Oxford

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 212-213.

Dinosaur in the Flesh (Table of Contents: 10)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Patrick Williams (signed)
Inks
Patrick Williams (signed)
Colors
Patrick Williams (signed)
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
Charles Sternberg; Edward Cope; George Cope
Synopsis
Charles Sternberg and his sons hunt fossils in Montana and Wyoming. In 1908, George Sternberg finds the first fossil remains of a dinosaur's skin.
Keywords
1908; Anatosaurus; dinosaurs; fossils; Monoclonius; Montana; Wyoming

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 236-237.

Mary Anning (Table of Contents: 11)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Patrick Williams
Inks
Patrick Williams
Colors
Patrick Williams
Letters
?

Genre
biography
Characters
Many Anning
Synopsis
In the early 19th century, Mary Anning, of Dorset, England, becomes the first person to earn a living by selling fossils.
Keywords
19th Century; Dimophodon; dinosaurs; Dorset; England; fossils; Ichthyosaurus; Plesiosaur

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 260-261.

Barnum's Barge (Table of Contents: 12)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Patrick Williams
Inks
Patrick Williams
Colors
Patrick Williams
Letters
?

Genre
biography
Characters
Barnum Brown
Synopsis
In the early 20th Century, Barnum Brown uses a barge to find and remove fossils from the remote Red Deer River Valley of Alberta, Canada.
Keywords
Alberta; barge; Canada; dinosaurs; fossils; Montana; Red Deer River; Tyrannosaurus Rex

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 284-285.

Frozen Footprints (Table of Contents: 13)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Patrick Williams
Inks
Patrick Williams
Colors
Patrick Williams
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Synopsis
In 1960, Norwegian scientists travel to Spitzbergen in the Arctic and find fossilized Iguanadon tracks.
Keywords
1960; dinosaurs; fossils; Iguanadon; Norway; Spitzbergen; tracks

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 308-309.

Fossil Jaws (Table of Contents: 14)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Inks
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Colors
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
Canon Godin; Baron Cuvier; William Conybeare; General Pichegru
Synopsis
A pair of enormous fossil jaws found in Holland in 1770 become the object of pursuit in a war before finally being identified as the jaws of the marine dinosaur Mosasaurus.
Keywords
1770; dinosaurs; fossils; French Army; Holland; Maastricht; Mosasaurus

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 332-333.

Extinction! A Totally New Idea (Table of Contents: 15)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Mike Dorey
Inks
Mike Dorey
Colors
Mike Dorey
Letters
?

Genre
biography
Characters
Georges Cuvier
Synopsis
The life of Georges Cuvier, an 18th Century Frenchman, who first proposed the idea that dinosaurs were all extinct.
Keywords
dinosaurs; extinction; fossils; France; Paris

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 356-357.

Dino Park, USA (Table of Contents: 16)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams[ (signed)
Inks
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams[ (signed)
Colors
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams[ (signed)
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
Earl Douglass; George "Dad" Goodrich; Andrew Carnegie (cameo); President Woodrow Wilson (cameo)
Synopsis
In the early 20th Century, Earl Douglass and his crew find a huge deposit of dinosaur fossils in Utah. The area would eventually be designated Dinosaur National Monument.
Keywords
1908; Apatosaurus; dinosaurs; Diplodocus; fossils; Utah

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 380-381.

An American Story (Table of Contents: 17)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Mike Dorey
Inks
Mike Dorey
Colors
Mike Dorey
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
William Parker Foulke; Joseph Leidy; Andrew Green; Waterhouse Hawkins; "Boss" Tweed; "Brains" Sweeney
Synopsis
The director of Central Park, Andrew Green has plans for a dinosaur museum in 1871, but is thwarted by the corrupt New York City government of "Boss" Tweed. In 1878 at Princeton, Waterhouse Hawkins displays the first dinosaur model to be correctly reconstructed.
Keywords
Crystal Palace; dinosaurs; Hadrosauus; London; New York City; Princeton

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 404-405.

Dinosaur Jim (Table of Contents: 18)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Inks
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Colors
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Letters
?

Genre
biography
Characters
Jim Jensen; Dale Russell
Synopsis
The life of "Dinosaur Jim" Jensen, a fossil hunter in Utah, who found bones of Ultrasaurus in 1979.
Keywords
1979; dinosaurs; fossils; Supersaurus; Ultrasaurus; Utah

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 428-429

Mr. Walker's Claw (Table of Contents: 19)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Mike Dorey
Inks
Mike Dorey
Colors
Mike Dorey
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
Bill Walker
Synopsis
Bill Walker finds a fossil claw in a clay pit in Surrey, England, in 1983, which leads to the discovery of a complete skeleton of Baryonyx.
Keywords
1983; Baryonyx; claw; clay pit; dinosaurs; England; fossils; Surrey

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 452-453.

Jack's 'Good Mother' (Table of Contents: 20)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Inks
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Colors
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
Jack Horner; Bob Makela
Synopsis
Jack Horner and Bob Makela find the first fossils of baby dinosaurs in a nest at a site in Montana.
Keywords
dinosaurs; fossils; Maiasaura; Montana

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 476-477.

'Happy' the Dinosaur (Table of Contents: 21)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Mike Dorey
Inks
Mike Dorey
Colors
Mike Dorey
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
Edwin Delfs
Synopsis
In the 1950s, a group of students from Yale find the fossil remains of a huge dinosaur just north of Canyon City, Colorado.
Keywords
Colorado; dinosaurs; fossils; Haplocanthosaurus

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 500-501.

Island Monster (Table of Contents: 22)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Inks
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Colors
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
Steve Hutt; Barbara Phillips
Synopsis
In 1992, Steve Hutt finds fossil bones of a huge unnamed dinosaur on the Isle of Wright.
Keywords
1992; dinosaurs; England; fossils; Isle of Wright

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 524-525.

John Ostrom's 'Terrible Claw' (Table of Contents: 23)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Mike Dorey
Inks
Mike Dorey
Colors
Mike Dorey
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
John Ostrom
Synopsis
In 1964, John Ostrom leads a team in Montana that finds the first fossils of Deinonychus ("Terrible Claw).
Keywords
1964; Deinonychus; dinosaurs; fossils; Montana

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 548-549.

Colbert's Cannibals (Table of Contents: 24)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Patrick Williams (signed)
Inks
Patrick Williams (signed)
Colors
Patrick Williams (signed)
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
Edward Cope; Edwin Colbert
Synopsis
In New Mexico in 1947, Edwin Colbert finds fossil evidence that some dinosaurs ate their own young.
Keywords
1947; Coelophysis; dinosaurs; fossils; New Mexico

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 572-573.

Dawn Thief (Table of Contents: 25)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Mike Dorey
Inks
Mike Dorey
Colors
Mike Dorey
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
Ricardo Martinez; Paul Sereno
Synopsis
In the Valley of the Moon, Argentina, in 1991, Paul Sereno and students from the University of Chicago find fossils of one of the oldest dinosaurs ever found--Eoraptor Lunensis.
Keywords
1991; Argentina; dinosaurs; Eoraptor; fossils; Valley of the Moon

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 596-597.

Dinosaurs Down the Pit (Table of Contents: 26)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Inks
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Colors
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
Louis Follo; David Norman
Synopsis
In 1878, miners working deep underground in Belgium find a huge cache of Iguanadon fossils. Louis Dollo directs the job of recovering the bones and spends 40 years studying them.
Keywords
1878; Belgium; Bernissart; dinosaurs; fossils; Iguanodon

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 620-621.

Russians in Mongolia (Table of Contents: 27)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Mike Dorey
Inks
Mike Dorey
Colors
Mike Dorey
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
Ivan Efremov
Synopsis
In 1946, a team of Russians finds a large deposit of dinosaur fossils in the Great Nemegt Basin of Mongolia.
Keywords
1946; dinosaurs; fossils; Mongolia; Pinacosaurus; Russians; Tyrannosaurus Rex

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 644-645.

Generous Uncle George (Table of Contents: 28)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Inks
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Colors
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
George Peabody; Othniel Marsh
Synopsis
Paleontologist Othniel Marsh's rich uncle funds the Peabody Museum of Natural History at Yale.
Keywords
dinosaurs; fossils; London; museum; Stegosaurus; Yale University

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 668-669.

A Lifetime's Work (Table of Contents: 29)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Mike Dorey
Inks
Mike Dorey
Colors
Mike Dorey
Letters
?

Genre
biography
Characters
Edward Drinker Cope; Othniel Marsh
Synopsis
The life of 19th Century fossil hunter Edward Cope.
Keywords
19th Century; Bone Wars; Civil War; dinosaurs; fossils; Quaker

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 692-693.

The One True Species (Table of Contents: 30)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Inks
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Colors
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
David Baldwin; Edward Cope
Synopsis
Fossils identified as three different species of Coelophysis in the 19th Century are later determined to be individuals of the same species at difference ages.
Keywords
1947; Coelophysis; dinosaurs; fossils; Ghost Ranch; New Mexico

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 716-717.

Giants of Africa (Table of Contents: 31)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Mike Dorey
Inks
Mike Dorey
Colors
Mike Dorey
Letters
?

Genre
biography
Characters
Robert Broom
Synopsis
Scottish-born Dr. Robert Broom leads the discovery of dinosaur fossils in South Africa.
Keywords
Australia; dinosaurs; fossils; Scotland; South Africa

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 740-741.

Bone Cabin Quarry (Table of Contents: 32)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Inks
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Colors
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
Henry Fairfield Osborn; Walter Granger
Synopsis
Exploring north of Como Bluff, Wyoming, Walter Granger finds a cabin made of dinosaur bones. The area was so rich with fossil bones that they were digging them for over ten years.
Keywords
Apatosaurus; Como Bluff; dinosaurs; fossils; Wyoming

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 764-765.

Trail-Blazers (Table of Contents: 33)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

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?
Pencils
Mike Dorey
Inks
Mike Dorey
Colors
Mike Dorey
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
George Dawson; Charles Cope; Joseph Tyrrell; Thomas Weston; Barnum Brown
Synopsis
George Dawson and Joseph Tyrrell make the first discoveries of dinosaur fossils in Canada's Red Deer River valley.
Keywords
19th Century; Alberta; Canada; dinosaurs; fossils; Red Deer River

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 788-789.

Dino Rebels (Table of Contents: 34)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

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?
Pencils
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Inks
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Colors
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
Bob Bakker
Synopsis
Bob Bakker comes up with the theory that dinosaurs were warm-blooded, not cold-blooded animals.
Keywords
Deinonychus; dinosaurs

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 812-813.

The Man Who Named Dinosaurs (Table of Contents: 35)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

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Pencils
Mike Dorey
Inks
Mike Dorey
Colors
Mike Dorey
Letters
?

Genre
biography
Characters
Friedrich Von Huene
Synopsis
The life of Friedrich Von Huene, a German who named more dinosaurs than anyone in the world.
Keywords
dinosaurs; fossils; Germany; South America

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 836-837.

Mignon Talbot (Table of Contents: 36)

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biography
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Mignon Talbot
Synopsis
The life of Mignon Talbot, an early 20th century female paleontologist who found the last species of dinosaur, so far, in the Connecticut Valley.
Keywords
1911; Connecticut Valley; dinosaurs; fossils; Holyoke College

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 860-861.

Baron Franz (Table of Contents: 37)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

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Pencils
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Inks
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Colors
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Letters
?

Genre
biography
Characters
Baron Franz Nopsca
Synopsis
The life of eccentric and flamboyant Transylvanian Baron Franz Nopsca, who wrote a book on the classification of dinosaurs.
Keywords
dinosaurs; fossils; Hadrosaurs; Telmatosaurus; Transylvania; World War I

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 884-885

The Mystery of the Giant Birds (Table of Contents: 38)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Mike Dorey
Inks
Mike Dorey
Colors
Mike Dorey
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
Pliny Moody; Edward Hitchcock
Synopsis
Geologist Edward Hitchcock collects fossil footprints in the Connecticut Valley in the early 19th Century, thinking they were the footprints of giant bird. After his death it was discovered that the footprints were made by dinosaurs.
Keywords
Amherst Museum; Connecticut Valley; dinosaurs; footprints; fossils

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 908-909.

The 'Terrible Lizards' (Table of Contents: 39)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

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Pencils
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Inks
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Colors
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Letters
?

Genre
biography
Characters
Richard Owen; Baron Georges Cuvier
Synopsis
In 1841, RIchard Owen gives a lecture that first uses the term "dinosaurs." He later becomes the first director of London's Natural History Museum.
Keywords
1841; Crystal Palace; dinosaurs; England; fossils; London

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 932-933.

Richard Swann Lull (Table of Contents: 40)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

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Pencils
Patrick Williams
Inks
Patrick Williams
Colors
Patrick Williams
Letters
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Genre
biography
Characters
Richard Lull
Synopsis
The life of Richard Lull, who became the director of the Peabody Museum at Yale University in 1922.
Keywords
Amherst; Bone Cabin Quarry; Columbia University; dinosaurs; fossils; Peabody Museum; Yale University

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 956-957.

The 'First Dinosaur' (Table of Contents: 41)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

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Pencils
Mike Dorey
Inks
Mike Dorey
Colors
Mike Dorey
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
Paul Sereno; Kathy May
Synopsis
In the foothills of the Andes in Argentina in 1988, Dr. Paul Sereno and assistant Kathy May find the first complete skeleton of the earliest dinosaur--Herrersaurus.
Keywords
1988; Andes; Argentina; dinosaurs; fossils; Herrerasaurus

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 980-981.

The Beast of the Badlands (Table of Contents: 42)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

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Pencils
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Inks
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Colors
Patrick Williams [as Pat Williams] (signed)
Letters
?

Genre
non-fiction
Characters
Kathy Wankel; Pat Leiggi
Synopsis
In the Montana Badlands in 1988, Kathy Wankel discovers what would be the most complete Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton ever found
Keywords
1988; dinosaurs; fossils; Montana; Tyrannosaurus Rex

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 1,004-1,005.

A Day in the Life of Oviraptor (Table of Contents: 43)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

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?
Pencils
Mike Dorey
Inks
Mike Dorey
Colors
Mike Dorey
Letters
?

Genre
animal
Synopsis
A story about what the life of an Oviraptor dinosaur might have been like.
Keywords
dinosaurs; Iguanadon; Oviraptor; Protoceratops

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 1,028-1,029.

A Day in the Life of Chasmosaurus (Table of Contents: 44)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

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Mike Dorey
Inks
Mike Dorey
Colors
Mike Dorey
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Genre
animal
Synopsis
A herd of Chasmosaurus is attacked by an Albertosaurus.
Keywords
Albertosaurus; Chasmosaurus; dinosaurs

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 1,052-1,053.

Prehistoric President (Table of Contents: 45)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

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?
Pencils
Patrick Williams
Inks
Patrick Williams
Colors
Patrick Williams
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Genre
non-fiction
Characters
Thomas Jefferson; William Clark
Synopsis
President Thomas Jefferson's interest in prehistoric life, which included a display of mastodon bones in the White House.
Keywords
fossils; Kentucky; Mastodon; President; United States; White House

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 1,076-1,077.

A Day in the Life of Deinonychus (Table of Contents: 46)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Mike Dorey
Inks
Mike Dorey
Colors
Mike Dorey
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Genre
animal
Synopsis
A pack of Deinonychus attack and kill a Tenontosaurus.
Keywords
Cretaceous; Deinonychus; dinosaurs; Tenontosaurus

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 1,100-1,101.

A Day in the Life of T Rex (Table of Contents: 47)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Mike Dorey
Inks
Mike Dorey
Colors
Mike Dorey
Letters
?

Genre
animal
Synopsis
A Tyrannosaurus Rex catches and eats a Troodon, then tries to attack an armored Ankylosaurus, which stands its ground.
Keywords
Ankylosaurus; dinosaurs; Troodon; Tyrannosaurus Rex

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 1,122-1,123.

A Day in the Life of Maiasaura (Table of Contents: 48)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Mike Dorey
Inks
Mike Dorey
Colors
Mike Dorey
Letters
?

Genre
animal
Synopsis
How a herd of Maiasuara made a nesting ground and raised its young.
Keywords
Albertosaurus; Cretaceous; dinosaurs; Maiasaura

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 1,148-1,149.

A Day in the Life of Coelophysis (Table of Contents: 49)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Mike Dorey
Inks
Mike Dorey
Colors
Mike Dorey
Letters
?

Genre
animal
Synopsis
A band of cannibalistic Coelophysis is washed away by a flash flood.
Keywords
cannibalism; Coelophysis; dinosaurs; flash flood; Technosaurus; Triassic

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 1,172-1,173.

A Day in the Life of Triceratops (Table of Contents: 50)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Mike Dorey
Inks
Mike Dorey
Colors
Mike Dorey
Letters
?

Genre
animal
Synopsis
A herd of Triceratops defend themselves against an attack by a Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Keywords
dinosaurs; Triceratops; Tyrannosaurus Rex

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 1,196-1,197.

A Day in the Life of Euoplocephalus (Table of Contents: 51)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Mike Dorey
Inks
Mike Dorey
Colors
Mike Dorey
Letters
?

Genre
animal
Synopsis
Euoplocphalus, largest of the Ankylosaurs, uses its armored tail to fight off and injure a Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Keywords
Alberta; Canada; dinosaurs; Euoplocephalus; Tyrannosaurus Rex

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 1,220-1,221.

A Day in the Life of Allosaurus (Table of Contents: 52)

History in Pictures / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Mike Dorey
Inks
Mike Dorey
Colors
Mike Dorey
Letters
?

Genre
animal
Synopsis
An aging Allosaurus meets its end when it attacks a Stegosaurus.
Keywords
Allosaurus; dinosaurs; Jurassic; Stegosaurus

Indexer Notes

Two-page spread with no center gutter. Pages 1,244-1,245.

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Table of Contents
  1. 1. Iguanadon Discovered
    History in Pictures
  2. 2. Monsters in the Park
    History in Pictures
  3. 3. The Bone Wars: Part One
    History in Pictures
  4. 4. The Bone Wars: Part Two
    History in Pictures
  5. 5. Carnegie's Dinosaur
    History in Pictures
  6. 6. Discoveries in the Desert
    History in Pictures
  7. 7. African Treasuries
    History in Pictures
  8. 8. Hatcher's 'Horned Face'
    History in Pictures
  9. 9. The Eccentric Expert
    History in Pictures
  10. 10. Dinosaur in the Flesh
    History in Pictures
  11. 11. Mary Anning
    History in Pictures
  12. 12. Barnum's Barge
    History in Pictures
  13. 13. Frozen Footprints
    History in Pictures
  14. 14. Fossil Jaws
    History in Pictures
  15. 15. Extinction! A Totally New Idea
    History in Pictures
  16. 16. Dino Park, USA
    History in Pictures
  17. 17. An American Story
    History in Pictures
  18. 18. Dinosaur Jim
    History in Pictures
  19. 19. Mr. Walker's Claw
    History in Pictures
  20. 20. Jack's 'Good Mother'
    History in Pictures
  21. 21. 'Happy' the Dinosaur
    History in Pictures
  22. 22. Island Monster
    History in Pictures
  23. 23. John Ostrom's 'Terrible Claw'
    History in Pictures
  24. 24. Colbert's Cannibals
    History in Pictures
  25. 25. Dawn Thief
    History in Pictures
  26. 26. Dinosaurs Down the Pit
    History in Pictures
  27. 27. Russians in Mongolia
    History in Pictures
  28. 28. Generous Uncle George
    History in Pictures
  29. 29. A Lifetime's Work
    History in Pictures
  30. 30. The One True Species
    History in Pictures
  31. 31. Giants of Africa
    History in Pictures
  32. 32. Bone Cabin Quarry
    History in Pictures
  33. 33. Trail-Blazers
    History in Pictures
  34. 34. Dino Rebels
    History in Pictures
  35. 35. The Man Who Named Dinosaurs
    History in Pictures
  36. 36. Mignon Talbot
    History in Pictures
  37. 37. Baron Franz
    History in Pictures
  38. 38. The Mystery of the Giant Birds
    History in Pictures
  39. 39. The 'Terrible Lizards'
    History in Pictures
  40. 40. Richard Swann Lull
    History in Pictures
  41. 41. The 'First Dinosaur'
    History in Pictures
  42. 42. The Beast of the Badlands
    History in Pictures
  43. 43. A Day in the Life of Oviraptor
    History in Pictures
  44. 44. A Day in the Life of Chasmosaurus
    History in Pictures
  45. 45. Prehistoric President
    History in Pictures
  46. 46. A Day in the Life of Deinonychus
    History in Pictures
  47. 47. A Day in the Life of T Rex
    History in Pictures
  48. 48. A Day in the Life of Maiasaura
    History in Pictures
  49. 49. A Day in the Life of Coelophysis
    History in Pictures
  50. 50. A Day in the Life of Triceratops
    History in Pictures
  51. 51. A Day in the Life of Euoplocephalus
    History in Pictures
  52. 52. A Day in the Life of Allosaurus
    History in Pictures
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