Age of Reptiles: Ancient Egyptians #3

Writer: Ricardo Delgado Artist: Ricardo Delgado Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: August 5, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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Ricardo Delgado’s wordless tale of survival continues in this exciting new installment of the multiple Eisner Award–winning series! Has the lonely and lethal Spinosaurus aegyptiacus found a mate? And if so, will our tenacious hero’s romantic interlude even last long? Packs of hungry predators are circling!

  • 9.0
    AiPT! - Robert Reed Aug 5, 2015

    The third outing inAge of Reptiles: Ancient Egyptianshelps solidify both the themes and the pacing of the series. Ricardo Delgado's artwork depicts a violent world where loss is met with loss and every kill has a consequence. Ryan Hill's coloring helps to emphasize the real world brutality of the violence while juxtaposing with calmer moments with elegant lighting.Age of Reptiles: Ancient Egyptians#3 is an exciting read in a series that every dinosaur fan will love. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Crusaders - Alan Aug 4, 2015

    Age of Reptiles: Ancient Egyptian #3 continues to push the envelope with its unique approach to storytelling and is an enjoyable read whether you're just having a quick read or want to take your time with it. This series is like watching a documentary on the animal planet and dinosaur lovers of all ages should enjoy this issue. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Multiversity Comics - Michelle White Aug 10, 2015

    Even though this run isn't quite finished, I'm prepared to profess my love for "Age of Reptiles" generally. It's unusual and beautiful to look at, and it plays with your emotions the way a velociraptor might toy with a baby sauropod. You've been warned. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Aug 5, 2015

    Age of Reptiles has what feels like its most violent installment yet with what goes on here and that certainly ratchets up the terrifying nature of it all. The way the book spends more of its time at night here definitely helps to set the tone and that kind of murky look to the world with how it does it just shows how much harder it is to discern what dangers there are out there for these creatures. It's a stark and brutal look at life in the age of reptiles and one that's exciting and challenging to read in many ways. I'm definitely enjoying the book but I continue to struggle with it as well as I try to wrap my own sensibilities around the actions of these creatures and their quest to survive another day. Read Full Review

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