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Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur (2015-) (Collections) (4 Book Series)

Devil Dinosaur is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics . Devil Dinosaur resembles a red Tyrannosaurus Rex . He first appeared in Devil Dinosaur #1 (April 1978). Devil Dinosaur and his inseparable ape-like friend, Moon-Boy , are natives of "Dinosaur World", a version of Earth in a parallel universe where dinosaurs co-exist with tribes of primitive humanoid beings.

In August 2015, Marvel announced that Devil Dinosaur would be returning to print in Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur . The series will see him teaming up with Lunella Lafayette, a.k.a. Moon Girl, a new character to the Marvel Universe. Moon Boy will also play some part in the series. [6]

The young Devil Dinosaur was nearly burned to death by a tribe of Killer-Folk, hostile beings native to his planet, but was rescued by Moon-Boy , a young member of a rival tribe, the Small-Folk. Exposure to the Killer-Folk's fire activated a mutation in the dinosaur which gave him powers greater than others of his species and turned his skin from olive green to flame red. [7] Devil's early adventures on his home world include encounters with extraterrestrials and a brief teleportation to modern day Earth. [8]

Later, Godzilla rampages through the Marvel Universe ( Earth-616 ). In an attempt to stop the monster, S.H.I.E.L.D. shrinks Godzilla with Pym Particles and attempts to teleport him via a time machine to the prehistoric past. However, Godzilla's radiation apparently distorts the time machine so that he is transported to the alternate universe of Dinosaur World instead. While there, he briefly unites with Moon-Boy and Devil against a common foe before being pulled back to the main Marvel continuity. [9]

After Ariel , an extraterrestrial mutant with teleportation powers, teleports the Fallen Angels to Dinosaur World, the group convinces Devil and Moon-Boy to join their team and return with them to Earth-616. During his time with the Fallen Angels, Devil Dinosaur kills "Don" , the super-intelligent mutant lobster on the team by accidentally stepping on him. Devil and Moon-Boy return to their own universe when the Fallen Angels eventually disband. [10]

After their stint with the Fallen Angels, the duo's life back on Dinosaur World is interrupted numerous times by events occurring in the main Marvel continuity:

• MOON GIRL, THE THING and HUMAN TORCH bond to become a new team of heroes to battle a world-destroying threat! • But are they enough? • H.E.R.B.I.E.? SILVER SURFER? Even the towering titan GALACTUS? Who will join them?! Rated T

© 2018 - Discount Comic Book Service (DCBS). All images © respective owners and used with permission. Design by Hobart Design .

Devil Dinosaur is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics . Devil Dinosaur resembles a red Tyrannosaurus Rex . He first appeared in Devil Dinosaur #1 (April 1978). Devil Dinosaur and his inseparable ape-like friend, Moon-Boy , are natives of "Dinosaur World", a version of Earth in a parallel universe where dinosaurs co-exist with tribes of primitive humanoid beings.

In August 2015, Marvel announced that Devil Dinosaur would be returning to print in Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur . The series will see him teaming up with Lunella Lafayette, a.k.a. Moon Girl, a new character to the Marvel Universe. Moon Boy will also play some part in the series. [6]

The young Devil Dinosaur was nearly burned to death by a tribe of Killer-Folk, hostile beings native to his planet, but was rescued by Moon-Boy , a young member of a rival tribe, the Small-Folk. Exposure to the Killer-Folk's fire activated a mutation in the dinosaur which gave him powers greater than others of his species and turned his skin from olive green to flame red. [7] Devil's early adventures on his home world include encounters with extraterrestrials and a brief teleportation to modern day Earth. [8]

Later, Godzilla rampages through the Marvel Universe ( Earth-616 ). In an attempt to stop the monster, S.H.I.E.L.D. shrinks Godzilla with Pym Particles and attempts to teleport him via a time machine to the prehistoric past. However, Godzilla's radiation apparently distorts the time machine so that he is transported to the alternate universe of Dinosaur World instead. While there, he briefly unites with Moon-Boy and Devil against a common foe before being pulled back to the main Marvel continuity. [9]

After Ariel , an extraterrestrial mutant with teleportation powers, teleports the Fallen Angels to Dinosaur World, the group convinces Devil and Moon-Boy to join their team and return with them to Earth-616. During his time with the Fallen Angels, Devil Dinosaur kills "Don" , the super-intelligent mutant lobster on the team by accidentally stepping on him. Devil and Moon-Boy return to their own universe when the Fallen Angels eventually disband. [10]

After their stint with the Fallen Angels, the duo's life back on Dinosaur World is interrupted numerous times by events occurring in the main Marvel continuity:

• MOON GIRL, THE THING and HUMAN TORCH bond to become a new team of heroes to battle a world-destroying threat! • But are they enough? • H.E.R.B.I.E.? SILVER SURFER? Even the towering titan GALACTUS? Who will join them?! Rated T

© 2018 - Discount Comic Book Service (DCBS). All images © respective owners and used with permission. Design by Hobart Design .

In 1978, Marvel comics published Devil Dinosaur , a story by Jack Kirby about a red Tyrannosaurus Rex and his caveman-like friend, Moon-Boy. The series itself was short-lived, but come this fall, the world will once again be introduced to the adventures of Devil Dinosaur — and this time, his companion won’t be a caveman named Moon-Boy, but instead, a pre-teen super genius named Lunella Lafayette…otherwise known as Moon Girl.

Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur is Marvel’s newest female superhero, and at the helm of the book are writers Amy Reeder ( Madame Xanadu , Batwoman ) and Brandon Montclare ( Rocket Girl , Fear Itself: Fearsome Four ), artist Natacha Bustos ( Strange Sports Stories ), editor Mark Paniccia and assistant editor Emily Shaw. According to Shaw, the genesis for Moon Girl came from a simple conversation between the creative team, when they realized Marvel had a limited number of characters that all ages could relate to.

“Mark and I were talking about how whenever people come in with young kids, or even just for Mark’s own kids, we don’t have that many publications that we can give to people that have that broad reach,” Shaw explained to EW . “Generally, we’re skewing a little bit older with a lot of our titles and we wanted to create something that adults and kids could really love, like a Pixar feel. That’s where the tone jumped off for us.”

Added Reeder, “Brandon and I were talking about co-writing books with Marvel, and we were really interested in doing something that would be a lot of fun, and that gravitated towards something that wasn’t made yet or wasn’t a main character or popular character for awhile. I like that idea because you get to do a lot with those types of situations. You get to put a lot of creativity into it, and have your voice heard. You’re not quite tied in to all the events. So that’s something that attracted us.”

Creative freedom is also what excited Montclare about the project. “There’s definitely a cool factor with some of the obscure characters, just because it’s so fun to work on,” he said. “It’s great to work on Wolverine or Spider-Man or stuff like that. But like Amy said, when someone’s not watching too closely what you do, it’s also just creative freedom for cool stuff. You can do stuff that really motivates you, rather than giving another great Spider-Man story that feels like all the other Spider-Man stories.”

“I think even immediately, when Mark was talking bout the possibility of a Moon Girl, in my head I had a character that I thought, ‘I would really like to draw something,'” said Reeder, who likened Lunella’s character to that of a “female Inspector Gadget — only this time, she also knows what she’s doing. Moon Girl is definitely a type of personality that I had in my mind for a long time, that hopefully people can identify with in different aspects,” she admitted. “We all feel isolated or left out at times. So it’s been a joy to try to create something like this.”

Devil Dinosaur is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics . Devil Dinosaur resembles a red Tyrannosaurus Rex . He first appeared in Devil Dinosaur #1 (April 1978). Devil Dinosaur and his inseparable ape-like friend, Moon-Boy , are natives of "Dinosaur World", a version of Earth in a parallel universe where dinosaurs co-exist with tribes of primitive humanoid beings.

In August 2015, Marvel announced that Devil Dinosaur would be returning to print in Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur . The series will see him teaming up with Lunella Lafayette, a.k.a. Moon Girl, a new character to the Marvel Universe. Moon Boy will also play some part in the series. [6]

The young Devil Dinosaur was nearly burned to death by a tribe of Killer-Folk, hostile beings native to his planet, but was rescued by Moon-Boy , a young member of a rival tribe, the Small-Folk. Exposure to the Killer-Folk's fire activated a mutation in the dinosaur which gave him powers greater than others of his species and turned his skin from olive green to flame red. [7] Devil's early adventures on his home world include encounters with extraterrestrials and a brief teleportation to modern day Earth. [8]

Later, Godzilla rampages through the Marvel Universe ( Earth-616 ). In an attempt to stop the monster, S.H.I.E.L.D. shrinks Godzilla with Pym Particles and attempts to teleport him via a time machine to the prehistoric past. However, Godzilla's radiation apparently distorts the time machine so that he is transported to the alternate universe of Dinosaur World instead. While there, he briefly unites with Moon-Boy and Devil against a common foe before being pulled back to the main Marvel continuity. [9]

After Ariel , an extraterrestrial mutant with teleportation powers, teleports the Fallen Angels to Dinosaur World, the group convinces Devil and Moon-Boy to join their team and return with them to Earth-616. During his time with the Fallen Angels, Devil Dinosaur kills "Don" , the super-intelligent mutant lobster on the team by accidentally stepping on him. Devil and Moon-Boy return to their own universe when the Fallen Angels eventually disband. [10]

After their stint with the Fallen Angels, the duo's life back on Dinosaur World is interrupted numerous times by events occurring in the main Marvel continuity:



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