- Tapa blanda: 128 páginas
- Editor: Dark Horse; Edición: Gph (29 de julio de 1997)
- Colección: Age of Reptiles
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1569711992
- ISBN-13: 978-1569711996
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Age of Reptiles: The Hunt (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 29 jul 1997
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His mother slaughtered by a pack of Ceratosaurs, a terrified Allosaur must make his way across the sweltering deserts of Jurassic North America -- or face the same fate himself. The Hunt is on in this new chapter of Ricardo Delgado's Age of Reptiles! Told entirely in pictures, the Age of Reptiles series is regarded as one of the finest uses of the comics medium and is appropriate for all ages. Through his innovative approach, storyteller Ricardo Delgado has earned such renowned fans as Burne Hogarth, Ray Harryhausen, Mike Mignola, John Landis, Mark Schultz, and Steve Bissette -- and once you've read Age of Reptiles: The Hunt, you'll count yourself among them!
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...I have to say--after Tribal Warfare, the other Age Of Reptiles collection, this one just isn't up to par. It's still a fantastically drawn and written masterpiece, all penned by Ricardo Delgado. But to me, Delgado just doesn't focus on the details and plot Tribal Warfare had.
For instance, The Hunt is about an Allosaur looking to get revenge. A pack of Ceratosaurs have killed his mother, and now they are aiming to kill him. The question is, who will kill each other first? I love the fact that the Ceratosaurs can blend in with their surroundings like chameleons and turn invisible, like the Carnosaurs in Micheal Chricton's The Lost World, but Delgado tends to go off on tangents. He devotes nearly a whole part of the series just to illustrate a pterodactyls struggle to survive. That had nothing to do with the main plot of The Hunt. Maybe he should have turned that into its own spin-off Age Of Reptiles?
Also, their just isn't the intricate details Tribal Warfare featured. In Tribal Warfare nothing went without looking as fully detailed and nice as it could possibly be; The Hunt looked washed down in comparison. To me, it seemed like Delgado just cared a little bit less about The Hunt. Which is understandable; sequels are normally never as good as the original.
Either way, The Hunt is still beautiful. Delgado should continue doing this series--it has real potential. The Hunt may not be as great as Age of Reptiles: Tribal Warfare, but it's a nice to just curl up and read some great dino action.