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Dino Boy Online

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Genre: Sci-Fi
Date Added: 14 March 2006
Last Update: 13 March 2006
URL: www.dino-boy.com
Archive URL: www.dino-boy.com/2.html
Current Comic Ranking: 11469/23174
Views This Month: 17   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 34   (More...)
Favourite of: 49 members
Status: Not Checked For Updates (?)

People who like this comic also like: Alpha Luna, Jack, Penny Arcade, Dan and Mab's Furry Adventures, Dominic Deegan
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Synopsis:
Updated 2-3 times a week. "Dino Boy is a comic like no other. Not only is it a super-hero story, but it's also a social satire of the world we live in. The villains are often personifications of actual problems in society. Each episode delves deeper and deeper into the psyche of mankind as a whole-- greed, conscience, double standards, intolerance, religion, radicalism, intelligence, evolution, justice, and the nature of evil-- these topics are all given a face and confronted by our hero..."

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Filty Incog 3/5
This is a fairly interesting comic, though the writing seems to be directed at the more youthful audiences with the purpose to teach people to be good people.

While this may be one of the few set to teach good morals, this isn\'t a rarity in that there are morals to be learned. Most storyline based comics have plenty of thought inducing plots that feature the good and bad in all kinds of different situations. This is simply one of the more obviously put.
WeaponRad 4/5
Left wing observations and commentary but definitely not a satire. Cute characters though.
zdviscou 5/5
Keep up the great artwork!
santaman87 4/5
JUST LIKE SPIERMAN BUT WITH DINOSAUR!
Zodba 5/5
I agree that the artwork isn't the best out there but I really like it. It's a very fresh take on the superhero genre. I'm not really sure what it's trying to be though. It seems like its' meant for kids because it spells out every single metaphor and the older reader gets bored because you don't have to work at understanding it-- like alot of comics in that sense. On the other hand, it seems like it takes itself too seriously at times because it spells everything out-- like the reader is older but won't get it or it's trying to come off as more intelligent then it's supposed to be even. I like it anyway but I just wish it could solidfy itself a bit more. I look forward to seeing where it goes from here on out, Z
Massyr 5/5
While surely not the best artwork I've seen in a Webcomic, It's very easy to overlook that fact completely once I start reading. The city-dwelling superhero thing has been done before, but not like this. The Metaphors that abound here are enought to get me reading even the older strips many times over, and the Writing is fantastic. It's a sad thing that this comic still rests practically unseen in the thousands ratings...
Lady Tygry 5/5
As always, your comics continue to get better and better, keeping me coming back from more. Keep up the great work!

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