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Dinosaur Comics is an intelligent, thoughtful and hilarious daily comic which creatively uses the same six panel format for each installment. The daily comic first appeared on-line at www.qwantz.com and now boasts over 300,000 unique readers each month. Fans "click in" to see the philosophical thoughts, rants and misgivings of T-rex, the neurotic main character played by, Dinosaur Comics is an intelligent, thoughtful and hilarious daily comic which creatively uses the same six panel format for each installment. The daily comic first appeared on-line at www.qwantz.com and now boasts over 300,000 unique readers each month. Fans "click in" to see the philosophical thoughts, rants and misgivings of T-rex, the neurotic main character played by, well, a house-stopming-0apparently-college-educated Tyrannasaurus Rex. He carries on regular dialog with Utahraptor and Dromiceiomimus while God and the Devil make regular off-screen cameos.


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Dinosaur Comics is an intelligent, thoughtful and hilarious daily comic which creatively uses the same six panel format for each installment. The daily comic first appeared on-line at www.qwantz.com and now boasts over 300,000 unique readers each month. Fans "click in" to see the philosophical thoughts, rants and misgivings of T-rex, the neurotic main character played by, Dinosaur Comics is an intelligent, thoughtful and hilarious daily comic which creatively uses the same six panel format for each installment. The daily comic first appeared on-line at www.qwantz.com and now boasts over 300,000 unique readers each month. Fans "click in" to see the philosophical thoughts, rants and misgivings of T-rex, the neurotic main character played by, well, a house-stopming-0apparently-college-educated Tyrannasaurus Rex. He carries on regular dialog with Utahraptor and Dromiceiomimus while God and the Devil make regular off-screen cameos.

30 review for Your Whole Family is Made Out of Meat: The Best of Dinosaur Comics, 2003-2005 A.D.

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jason

    The thing I love most about this strip is that Ryan North assumes the reader is intelligent.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Dawn Marie

    You may already know Ryan North. He seems to be at the center of the Toronto Comix Mafia, which is fascinating, because as far as I can tell, Ryan North can’t really draw. No, really. His website at qwantz.com is called Dinosaur Comics, and it’s a sort of clip-art haiku meditation on cheerful philosophical absurdity. Using the same six panels in every comic, he expounds upon the mysteries of life and the marvels of science with the help of… well, dinosaurs, natch. They feature a rambunctious, pa You may already know Ryan North. He seems to be at the center of the Toronto Comix Mafia, which is fascinating, because as far as I can tell, Ryan North can’t really draw. No, really. His website at qwantz.com is called Dinosaur Comics, and it’s a sort of clip-art haiku meditation on cheerful philosophical absurdity. Using the same six panels in every comic, he expounds upon the mysteries of life and the marvels of science with the help of… well, dinosaurs, natch. They feature a rambunctious, party-loving T-Rex and his compatriots, the level-headed Dromiceiomimus and the long-suffering Utahraptor, who spend their time discussing the nature of friendship, gender, and Batman. T-Rex loves him some Batman, ladies and dudes. You may find his style contagious; I feel sure you’ll be using capslock a lot more in your day to day life. Also, trufax: he inspired Matt to to write a choose your own adventure book! This is a man who enjoys joy, and isn’t afraid to be enthusiastic, and that makes him fuckin’ adorable. Ryan North is also the man behind Project Wonderful, a kinder, gentler model for web advertising, and he’s always giving folks he digs a shoutout. Thanks to him, I discovered Kate Beaton and Anthony Clark, people whose comics match Ryan’s for charm and wit, with the added bonus of magnificent art skills. Really just A++ stuff, and they too have twitter accounts that are very worth your while. In summary, Ryan North is my favorite thing ever because he’s funny and kind, and because he wrote this comic, which may well have led to me falling in love with Matt. (I can’t really tell you how, but I can say that it involved T-shirts and Valentine’s Day.) Ryan North is a force for good in the world, and I can’t recommend him highly enough. That’s it for SCIENCE, bitches!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Purple

    Absolutely superb! Dinosaur Comics is the only online comic that I read regularly (i.e. always) and a paper version is a must have! Really, this could go on all of my shelves as the little conversations it contains cover pretty much everything. I honestly have no idea how Ryan comes up with fresh ideas every weekday. The man, in short, is a genius. If you haven't read the comic, do so now. It's at www.qwantz.com. It takes a few to get into, but you'll soon learn to love T Rex's innocent questioni Absolutely superb! Dinosaur Comics is the only online comic that I read regularly (i.e. always) and a paper version is a must have! Really, this could go on all of my shelves as the little conversations it contains cover pretty much everything. I honestly have no idea how Ryan comes up with fresh ideas every weekday. The man, in short, is a genius. If you haven't read the comic, do so now. It's at www.qwantz.com. It takes a few to get into, but you'll soon learn to love T Rex's innocent questioning of the world around him and his big big plans. I look forward to many more collections like this one.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jamie

    The Best of Dinosaur Comics 2003-2005 AD (subtitle: Your Whole Family is Made Out of Meat!) is a collection of a webcomic strips that by any reasonable analysis really should never have gotten to the point of having enough strips to be collected. Author Ryan North basically took six panels of generic dinosaur clip art and just changed the words to make a new comics every weekday. Not the pictures, just the words. Then he just writes words. What's amazing: he's been doing this since 2003. What's e The Best of Dinosaur Comics 2003-2005 AD (subtitle: Your Whole Family is Made Out of Meat!) is a collection of a webcomic strips that by any reasonable analysis really should never have gotten to the point of having enough strips to be collected. Author Ryan North basically took six panels of generic dinosaur clip art and just changed the words to make a new comics every weekday. Not the pictures, just the words. Then he just writes words. What's amazing: he's been doing this since 2003. What's even more amazing than THAT is that Dinosaur Comics is totally, inexplicably awesome. You should at least check out a few strips at www.qwantz.com.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Trin

    A birthday present, and a good weapon against an apocalyptic future where the internet implodes but I still really really need to read Dinosaur Comics (which, come on, I totally would). This collection is totally fucking awesome, as Dinosaur Comics so often is. Redundant to what's on the web of course, but I'm glad to have at least some of it in hard copy, though. No one expects the internet-imploding apocalypse!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sara

    I've enjoyed Dinosaur Comics on the web for about a year and a half, and I finally coughed up the dough for this collection of the comics from 2003-2005. If you want to see what Dinosaur comics is like, check out www.qwantz.com. Spoiler alert: the pictures never change. Anyway, this book was delicious. I read straight through in two sittings. If you like me, you'll probably like this book. I've enjoyed Dinosaur Comics on the web for about a year and a half, and I finally coughed up the dough for this collection of the comics from 2003-2005. If you want to see what Dinosaur comics is like, check out www.qwantz.com. Spoiler alert: the pictures never change. Anyway, this book was delicious. I read straight through in two sittings. If you like me, you'll probably like this book.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    I love Dinosaur Comics. I should after mailing a ton of them from the FOUND/Quack! "warehouse" last summer. But seriously, they're pretty funny. Check out the website. I love Dinosaur Comics. I should after mailing a ton of them from the FOUND/Quack! "warehouse" last summer. But seriously, they're pretty funny. Check out the website.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Nicolas

    What can I say? These are basically perfect. The author has a sharp wit and uses the format to the fullest. For more on this and other Dinosaur books tune in to this episode of the All the Books Show: https://soundcloud.com/allthebooks/ep... What can I say? These are basically perfect. The author has a sharp wit and uses the format to the fullest. For more on this and other Dinosaur books tune in to this episode of the All the Books Show: https://soundcloud.com/allthebooks/ep...

  9. 5 out of 5

    Science For The People

    Featured on Skeptically Speaking's special episode "Smart Comics for Smart People" on September 7, 2011, during an interview with comic author Ryan North. http://skepticallyspeaking.ca/news/we... Featured on Skeptically Speaking's special episode "Smart Comics for Smart People" on September 7, 2011, during an interview with comic author Ryan North. http://skepticallyspeaking.ca/news/we...

  10. 5 out of 5

    Matt

    This is my favorite comic strip these days, and this collection is very entertaining. I highly recommend this book, and also highly recommend just checking out the Web site at www.qwantz.com It's funny stuff. This is my favorite comic strip these days, and this collection is very entertaining. I highly recommend this book, and also highly recommend just checking out the Web site at www.qwantz.com It's funny stuff.

  11. 5 out of 5

    A.M.

    I occasionally read Dinosaur Comics online, which is how I found out about this book. Philosophical, amusing, silly and whimsical, if you love the online comic, you'll love the book.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Benedict Jones

    This is fabulous beyond words.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Julian

    Dinosaur Comics are both educational and awesome. I don't know if I can explain why I love T-Rex so much.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Shanna

    It's an entire book of Dinosaur Comics. Of course it gets 5 stars, because that's what you rate friggin' awesome books.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Carrie Rolph

    If you thought Napoleon Dynamite was funny and happen to be amused by dinosaurs having tiny little arms, then you will love this book.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Danielle

    Great fun and a fabulous cover. Dinosaur Comics always makes me a happy person. I like it when it builds up online in drifts and I get to wade through it.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    i read this and i feel, this is me. i am t-rex.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Steve

  19. 4 out of 5

    Cailey

  20. 5 out of 5

    Zom

  21. 5 out of 5

    Danny Nelson

  22. 4 out of 5

    Beth

  23. 5 out of 5

    Aurelio Giardini

  24. 4 out of 5

    James Henstridge

  25. 5 out of 5

    Andrew

  26. 4 out of 5

    Megan Mackay

  27. 5 out of 5

    FarmerLenin

  28. 5 out of 5

    Stevie

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ultraphonics

  30. 5 out of 5

    Edwina

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