The alternate prehistoric world featured in Jurassic League – which includes places such as Growltham City and Metraaaghpolis – has evolved in a different way to our own, with dinosaurs having become bipedal and intelligent, with their own superheroes to boot.

When a group of supervillainous dinosaurs – led by the vicious Bizarrosaur – go on a rampage, will the mighty Supersaur be able to protect the primitive humans that are in their way? Or will he need assistance from emerging heroes, Batsaur and Wonderdon, whose paths he’s about to cross for the very first time?

The first issue was a fun, stompy romp through a brilliantly realised – and incredibly dangerous – prehistoric world; the second issue keeps up the pace, the action and the stunningly stylised art, with a great deal of character shot right through it. Even the lettering is full of detail, giving the entire comic a real life of its own.

Jurassic League is an absolute blast and the unusual, dino-centric twists on familiar characters are great, even if the puns sometimes elicit groans. It’s a vibrant, energetic and engaging read that I’m very much looking forward to reading more of.

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