T-Rex tackles romance novels

Who loves Dinosaur Comics? I’m not sure how Ryan North manages to use the same dinosaur clip-art day in and day out to such compelling effect, but whatever it is, it sure is made of awesome.

In the past few days, T-Rex has attempted to write romance novels. Et voilà: Part I, and Part II. Make sure you hold your mouse over the panels for alt text heeelarity.

By the way, isn’t “Going Oral” an Ellora’s Cave title already? If it’s not, it should be.


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  1. 1
    Bonnie C says:

    Ok, now THATS some damn comedy!
    Thanks for the links. :D

  2. 2
    fiveandfour says:

    Ahhh, dinosaur love!  Fantastic.

  3. 3
    SonomaLass says:

    Wow, how often do Candy and SB Sarah post the same link?  There should be a name for that, but I have a head cold and can’t be clever today.

  4. 4
    amy lane says:

    alas, my work firewall wouldn’t let me see the dinosaurs, but I did get a HEARTY laugh out of the crochet page… as the Yarn Harlot once said, if crochet took as long as knitting, there wouldn’t be NEARLY as many ugly projects in crochet—and although I do both, I can totally see her point.

  5. 5
    Candy says:

    Whoops! I am clearly an idiot—I totally missed the “Dinosaurs write romance novels” link in Sarah’s previous entry. I blame lack of sleep.

  6. 6
    Tae says:

    dinosaurs = love
    my friends read this all the time, apparently you can get a black copy of the page and make your own dinosaur comics

  7. 7
    thirstygirl says:

    Dinosaur Comics = LOVE. Particularly sweet are the ones that were filled in by Korean students studying english- they managed to hit the essential character of all the dinosaurs with no background knowledge at all.

  8. 8
    vickiso says:

    God love the dinosaurs…thank you for posting this!

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