the beasts

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from the heart of the finger lakes—found deep within vaults from the silent film—the long lost Vint-Age cartoon cavalcade finally makes its dino-mite debut!  Leon, Friz, Van Beuren, and Max.  They know every part by heart.


beasts grotesque and bizarre punctuate Earth's 4.5-billion-year history. With the bodies of brutes and the brains of carrots, dinosaurs dominated the planet for 150 million years. These days, not so much. But Triceratops, StegosaurusAnkylosaurs, and T. rex are back!




Wicked spikes, grotesque plates, and a brain the size of a walnut. They all add up to two simple words: Pure. Handsome.  For Stegosaurus, beauty is scale deep, and he charms Jurassic creatures great and small.




Purple, proud, and perhaps a bit grumpy, Triceratops is a loner.  A rebel.  But that's just the beginning of his award-winning personality.








Seven tons and 42 feet of fury: Tyrannosaurus rex.  Whatever you do, don't mention the arms...








With its hardened shell of bony armor and a wicked, club-bearing tail, Ankylosaurus is one of the grizzliest of dinosaurs. But his bark's worse than his bite; Ankylosaurus is one of the happiest of Mesozoic beasts!




from the steaming chaos of Earth’s primeval past, dinosaurs have returned with a vengeance. A slow, dim-witted vengeance. And a slight hunger for brains.  Zombie Dinosaurs rule the Earth in search of all things cerebellum, with a pinch of optic lobe and a dash of olfactory bulb thrown in for fun. Zombies + Dinosaurs = Awesome.




Its teeny arms flailing about, Zombie Tyrannosaurus (ZAHM-bee tye-RAN-uh-SORE-us) is the king of Cretaceous nights, clumsily patrolling for grey matter under bright, prehistoric moons.






Zombie Brontosaurus* (ZAHM-bee BRON-toe-SORE-us) tirelessly stalks Jurassic nights, ever-searching for its next pea-brained victim.  







Soaring high above helpless victims, Zombie Pteranodon (ZAHM-bee tur-RAN-uh-DAHN) is saur not dino but ptero. The ruling reptile of Mesozoic skies, this undead flier has the perfect view for selecting its next brunch-filled braincase.







With rows of bony plates along its back and sharp spikes ending its tail, Zombie Stegosaurus (ZAHM-bee STEG-uh-SORE-us) is intimidating in appearance, but in reality is no more dangerous than well-padded, child-proofed furniture.





fresh from Earth's most recent ice age, majestic mastodons, saber-toothed cats, dire wolves, & ginormous ground sloths are the Pleistocene Pals!