Rexodus #1

Rexodus #1

Writer: James Farr Artist: Jon Sommariva Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: June 17, 2015 Cover Price: $12.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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Dinosaur adventures in space!

The Black Blood is unleashed upon the earth again, and Amber must save her father—and the world—with the aid of the only other Black Blood survivor, Kelvin Sauridon, a dinosaur from the past. In this high-stakes adventure, can they put aside their differences long enough to save the planet they both called home?

  • 10
    Kabooooom - Byron Lafayette Jun 30, 2015

    I greatly enjoyed my time reading Rexodus and highly recommend it to those who enjoy an original story, great characters and terrific artwork. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Overmental - Lyz Reblin Jul 8, 2015

    Obviously dinosaurs are a hot property in general right now, so if you are one of the millions of people that went to see Chris Pratt wrangle up some raptors, then yes, Rexodus is for you. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Crusaders - Johnny Hughes Jun 20, 2015

    If I am honest, I didn't expect a lot from this book.initially, I thought this would be a dinosaur book hoping to cash in on the sudden re-emergence of dinosaur love thanks to Jurassic World. Whilst this may not be true of intent, the book was better that I expected. I smiled a few times in the book,especially with Kelvin's need to formally introduce himself at every opportunity. The book is clearly aimed at a younger audience and as this is a Dark Horse book, you can not dismiss the quality of proceedings. If you are looking for a safe book for a younger reader, then this may be right up your street. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    All-Comic - Alex Mansfield Jul 3, 2015

    Rexodus may not pull on your heart-strings or wax philosophically about the larger tribulations and mysteries of existence or have you pass it around from family member to family member regardless of which generation they hail from, but it never set out to do any of that. No, Rexodus is all about big, indulgent fun; the kind that everyones inner ten year-old yearns to have when someone asks what happens if dinosaurs could talk and we gave them space guns. You know, awesome fun! Its far more worried about delivering on that promise through the lens of two familiar yet developed characters and a band of merry space adventurers, than it is trying to be the next Happy Feet or Wall-E. Its not executed perfectly, and its group IP-developed origins show themselves from time to time, but Farr and Sommarivas enthusiasm and craft are undeniable and infectious, particularly for the fifth grader in your life. Or sure, even for the fifth grader in you. Read Full Review

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