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THE GOLD KEY
TUROK COMICS COLLECTION
ON DVD ROM
INCLUDES EVERY ISSUE OF
GOLD KEY TUROK
COVER TO COVER COMPLETE!
CONTENTS OF THIS DVD ON DVD ROM
CONTENTS OF THIS DVD SET
FOUR COLOR COMICS # 596, 656
TUROK SON OF STONE ISSUES #3-29
The Western Publishing version of Turok was a pre-ColumbianNative American who, along with his brother Andar, became trapped in an isolated valley populated by dinosaurs, which they called "honkers". The Du Bois stories involve Turok and Andar seeking a way out. Du Bois was influenced by his visits to Carlsbad CavernsNew Mexico and developed the "Lost Valley" from his visits to the area.
After two appearances in Four Color #596 and #656, the title ran 27 issues (#3-29) from publisher Dell Comics (1956-62); then issues #30-125 (1962-80) from Gold Key Comics; and finally issues #126-130 (1981-82) back under the Whitman Comics imprint.
The first Turok one-shot (Four Color #596) was originally written by Du Bois as a "Young Hawk" story. "Young Hawk" was an earlier Native American comic book feature Du Bois created, which appeared in Dell's The Lone Ranger comic-book series.
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