All original content copyright 2010 J. Scott, all rights reserved.
What happens when Hsu and Chan tamper in the realm of genetic engineering, technologically
resurrecting prehistoric creatures into our modern world?
Well, yes, of course they break loose and eat people. I meant BESIDES that.
Eschewing the lessons learned from both “Jurassic Park” and “Carnosaur,” the Tanaka
brothers mix live dinosaurs, amusement park attractions, and boozed-up teenage victims
in a glorious romp that can only end in bloodshed!
Buy an overpriced theme park snowcone and keep your hands inside the ride vehicle,
as Hsu and Chan take you into... The Cave of the Tyrant Lizard!
5 pages of suspense by Norm Scott! $0.99
Includes Bonus Digital Pinup!
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