Preview: 'Barry Sonnenfeld's Dinosaurs Vs. Aliens' HC
From Dynamite Entertainment
Published: 06/23/2012, Last Updated: 06/24/2012 11:29pm
Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment
Release Date: June 27, 2012
Cover Price: $19.99
Creator: Barry Sonnenfeld
Writer: Grant Morrison
Editor: Thomas Kitner
Art and Cover: Mukesh Singh & Liquid Studios
Format: 96 pgs.; B&W and Full-Color
"Listen closely. Is that thunder? Or voices? Or the opening chords for the end of worlds? The monsters are coming."
-- Grant Morrison
From the minds of acclaimed filmmaker, Barry Sonnenfeld (director of the, Men In Black films) and superstar graphic novel creator, Grant Morrison (Batman, The Invisibles, Action Comics, 18 Days), comes Dinosaurs Vs. Aliens, from Liquid Comics. The story focuses on a secret world war battle that was never recorded in our history books. When an alien invasion attacks Earth in the age of the dinosaurs, our planet's only saviors are the savage prehistoric beasts which are much more intelligent than humanity has ever imagined.
"Men In Black III director Barry Sonnenfeld has made what is pretty much the most epic announcement of all time--he's getting ready to put together Dinosaurs Vs. Aliens!"
"Tired of X Vs. Y movies? Too bad! Now shut up and eat your awesome....are there any ‘Versus’ movies that can top aliens against dinosaurs?"
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