Continuity Is The Devil In Jurassic Park 4 – Saturday Trending Topics

Video: How Jurassic Park’s Life Size T-Rex Was Built By Stan Winston StudiosRemember that time Matt Fraction said “Continuity is the Devil” at ECCC and we ended up having a big argument about it in the forum? I think this little tidbit about Jurassic Park 4 is a rather interesting illustration of the point.

Most-Read Comic Stories Of Saturday:

Axel Alonso Announces Marvel Now Wave Two, A Weekly What If And Three New Mini-Series 

In Axel Alonso’s Q&A Column at CBR, he announced the following;

When DC Tweets About John Stewart

But he knows that the Bleeding Cool initial report and the CBR confirmatory report were most definitely verified. As, by the way, was our subsequent report.

Marvel’s Sphere Of Influence

Congratulations to Blackmeal for this rather impressive animation for all you Marvelheads out there…

Most-Read TV/Film Stories Of Saturday:

Listen To Some Schmoes Describe The Wolverine Trailer

Some folk who don’t seem to remember that Darren Aronofsky’s Noah is coming along want to tell you about the Wolverine trailer that will premiere next week.

New Doctor Who, Now: The Bells Of Saint John Prequel

They call it a prequel, it’s arguably a prologue, but what really matters is that it’s new Doctor Who and you can watch it now.

Jurassic Park 4 Laughs In The Face Of Science To Maintain Series Continuity

The list of dinosaur species we believe to have been feathered is expanding all of the time. After decades of hypothesis, paleontoligists literally started digging up evidence in the 90s. In 2007, the Velociraptor was confirmed to have feathers by the discovery of “quill knobs” on a well preserved fossil.

Most-Discussed In The Forum Saturday:

When DC Tweets About John Stewart

But he knows that the Bleeding Cool initial report and the CBR confirmatory report were most definitely verified. As, by the way, was our subsequent report.

DC Comics To Publish A Batman Sixties TV Show Comic, As Well As A Batusi Exclusive Toy For San Diego Comic Con

DC Comics is to publish a new comic book based on the 1960s Batman TV show. There will no doubt be the suggestion that this may accompany a long awaited release of the TV show on DVD/Blu Ray, delayed over legal wranglings between Warners and Fox.

When Nick Spencer Left Supergirl

Back in the midsts of time, before the New 52, Nick Spencer was the writer of Supergirl. And then suddenly, half way through his first issue, he wasn’t.