From cover-to-cover, Dangerous Games is B-movie nonsense. After the pleasant surprise that was The Devils in the Desert, it's a disappointing finish to IDW's tales from Jurassic Park.
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Redemption set the bar low for IDW's Jurassic comics, but The Devils in the Desert bests it in every way. It's that rarest of things: a spin-off worthy of the series it came from.
Dinosaurs in headlocks... the madness continues! (And ends, too.)
Redemption #4 is f**king ridiculous, but there's some compelling stuff in there, too.
One big misnomer. One big pile of shit. And one big revelation.
Redemption's second issue threatens to grow a little stale, but a surprising conclusion saves the day.
Before the release of their Jurassic World comics, let's take a look at IDW's existing Jurassic repertoire.
'What do you know about Jason and the Argonauts?'
Nightmares. Jaffa Cakes. Climbing axes. And more!