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The War that Time Forgot
Showcase Presents The War that Time Forgot by Ross Andru and Mike Esposito with Joe Kubert
Publication information
PublisherDC Comics
Publication dateApril/May1960
Creative team
Created byRobert Kanigher
Ross Andru

The War that Time Forgot was a comic book feature published by DC Comics beginning in 1960 in the title Star Spangled War Stories, created by Robert Kanigher, Ross Andru and Mike Esposito. It ran for eight years, ending in 1968 and returned as a limited series in 2008.

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Featuring a combination of science fantasy and World War II comic motifs, the stories featured a group of American soldiers, stranded on an uncharted island during the Pacific War which they discover is populated by dinosaurs. This location was later named Dinosaur Island.

Publication history[edit]

The War that Time Forgot was created by writer/editor Robert Kanigher and artists Ross Andru[1] and Mike Esposito in Star Spangled War Stories #90 (May 1960). They continued to compose most of the stories during the comic's run. During its time, it was the main feature of the title.

The title and some of the premises might have been influenced by Edgar Rice Burroughs' The Land That Time Forgot, in which soldiers and sailors of World War I are stranded on a dinosaur-haunted land in Antarctica.

The protagonists of the early adventures were not usually recurring, but a few of them appeared more than once. Among them are two soldiers named Larry and Charlie (Star Spangled War Stories #90, 92), the airborne brothers Henry, Steve and Tommy Frank a.k.a. 'The Flying Boots' (Star Spangled War Stories #99–100, 104–105), early prototypes of the G.I. Robot (Star Spangled War Stories #101–103, 125) members of the original Suicide Squad (Star Spangled War Stories #110–111, 116–121, 125, 127–128), sailors PT and Prof (Star Spangled War Stories #110–111) and the flying ace called 'The Brother with No Wings' (Star Spangled War Stories #129, 131).

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The series ran in Star Spangled War Stories from issues #90-137 (although issues #91, 93 and 126 did not feature The War That Time Forgot stories). The final story was in the Feb.-March 1968 issue of Star Spangled War Stories; afterwards, the Enemy Ace, a German World War I pilot, became the focus of the book and the dinosaur storyline was retired. In 1973, some of these stories were reprinted in Four Star Battle Tales #3 and G.I. War Tales #1 and 2.[2]The War That Time Forgot re-appeared in the October 1976 issue (#195) of G.I. Combat, featuring the Haunted Tank.

In the 1980s, DC briefly revisited The War that Time Forgot in a run as one of the features in Weird War Tales (#100). During the series run in Weird War Tales, Dinosaur Island was visited by the Creature Commandos and the G.I. Robot. This was the World War II version of the Commandos.

Dinosaur Island was also featured in Tim Truman's 1998 four-issue miniseries, Guns of the Dragon. The 1920s set miniseries provided a sort of origin story for the island.

In Darwyn Cooke's 2003 alternate-universe mini-series DC: The New Frontier, Dinosaur Island was revisited yet again as part of its opening prelude. Here, it is visited by the military team known as The Losers.

In May 2008Bruce Jones launched The War that Time Forgot as a 12-issue limited series, featuring the Enemy Ace, Firehair, and Tomahawk on one side and the Golden Gladiator, the Viking Prince and the G.I. Robot on the other.

Collections[edit]

A DC Showcase Presents black and white trade paperback collection, The War that Time Forgot, was published in 2007. It reprints the stories that originally appeared between 1960 and 1966.[3]

The 2008 series was collected in two volumes.

  • The War That Time Forgot Vol. 1 (collects The War That Time Forgot #1-6)
  • The War That Time Forgot Vol. 2 (collects The War That Time Forgot #7-12)

In other media[edit]

Television[edit]

  • Dinosaur Island is featured in the Batman: The Brave and the Bold episode 'Terror on Dinosaur Island!'. Gorilla Grodd and his followers used it as the base for their headquarters. Grodd comments that the Bahamas, the West Indies and Florida are within a 500-mile radius of Dinosaur Island. The island is also featured in the team-up with the Challengers of the Unknown in 'Revenge of the Reach!'. In 'Four Star Spectacular!', Dinosaur Island appeared where the Creature Commandos teamed up with Batman to thwart the Ultra-Humanite when he plans to build a mind-controlled dinosaur army. After the Ultra-Humanite was defeated, the Creature Commandos destroy Lt. Matthew Shrieve's footage of Dinosaur Island to keep the island's location a secret.
  • A variation of Dinosaur Island appears in the Justice League Action episode 'Booster's Gold'. After seeing a movie where scientists cloned dinosaurs back to life, Booster Gold starts his latest money-making venture where he brings some dinosaurs to an island near the Bermuda Triangle and established Dinosaur Island and the vacation village Booster World. When the Green Arrow arrived and learned of Booster Gold's plan, it did not go well, even with the Green Arrow telling Booster Gold about the plan in the movie not going well as the two of them work to evade the carnivorous dinosaurs.

Film[edit]

The Centre is featured as the main antagonist in Justice League: The New Frontier voiced by Keith David. This version is a monstrous creature born from the Earth that has the appearance of a floating island, and developed traits far beyond those of lesser beings. An organic sentient being observed the evolution of dinosaurs, the meteor shower, and the evolution of humans. It saw humans as a threat to the existence of other species and settled in the Pacific. Over the centuries, it has gained a reputation of an omnipresent spirit with no beginning nor end. Different cultures describe the same legend, the coming of an ominous, all-powerful presence and great suffering. The Centre is a living being the size of an island that can fly by means of energy propulsion, transform its substance to extrude tentacles and spawn giant dinosaur minions, project energy and inhale structures through its ports, and has mental powers like illusion casting, telepathy, and mind control over beings like Captain Cold. The famous children's author, Theodore Smiesel was overcome by the Centre's telepathy and wrote 'The Last Story' describing the Centre. After the book's completion, Smiesel committed suicide by gunshot. After it rose in 1957, there was a steady rise in the number of mass delusions and people hearing voices in their heads and performing violent acts. It came across Paradise Island and attacked the Amazons. Wonder Woman was able to escape and warn Superman before the Centre reaches America. A collective of government officials and superheroes formed a multi-faceted plan to defeat the Centre off the coast of Florida. While they distract it with explosive payloads from outside and within, the Flash (Barry Allen) would expose it piece by piece with matter shrinking technology created by Ray Palmer. It sensed its end and attempted to make a suicide run at Cape Canaveral. Green Lantern intervened and used his newly discovered powers to encapsulate the Centre and hurl it into space where its body implodes.

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References[edit]

  1. ^McAvennie, Michael; Dolan, Hannah, ed. (2010). '1960s'. DC Comics Year By Year A Visual Chronicle. Dorling Kindersley. p. 100. ISBN978-0-7566-6742-9. What was most memorable about the initial installment of 'The War that Time Forgot' by writer/editor Robert Kanigher and artist Ross Andru was that it was the first cross-genre story to blend war comics with science-fiction.'CS1 maint: extra text: authors list (link)
  2. ^Sacks, Jason; Dallas, Keith (2014). American Comic Book Chronicles: The 1970s. TwoMorrows Publishing. p. 114. ISBN978-1605490564.
  3. ^Showcase Presents The War That Time Forgot at the Comic Book DB (archived from the original)

External links[edit]

  • Review of The War that Time Forgot #1, Comic Book Resources
  • Sunday Slugfest: The War that Time Forgot #1, Comics Bulletin
  • The War That Time Forgot (2008) at the Comic Book DB (archived from the original)
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Dinosaur Island
Directed byFred Olen Ray
Jim Wynorski
Written byBob Sheridan
Christopher Wooden
Produced byFred Olen Ray
Jim Wynorski
StarringRoss Hagen
Richard Gabai
Antonia Dorian
CinematographyGary Graver
Edited byWayne Schmidt
Music byChuck Cirino
Production
companies
Win-Ray Media
American Independent Productions
Curb/Esquire Films
Distributed byImage Entertainment
  • 1994
95 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Budget$190,000[1]

Dinosaur Island is a 1994 B-movie directed by Fred Olen Ray and Jim Wynorski. Wynorski called it 'a very 1950's type of picture, like The Lost Continent except that we're going to have better dinosaurs and more girls.'[2]

Plot[edit]

An army captain is flying three misfit deserters home for a court martial when the plane has engine trouble and they crash-land in the ocean near an uncharted island. There they find a primitive society of cave women who routinely sacrifice virgins to appease The Great One, the top-dog dinosaur on the island. Mistaken for gods as part of a prophecy, the men must destroy The Great One or face death, but meanwhile they fall in love despite the advice of their Queen, who tries to dissuade them from being corrupted by the outsiders' ways.

Cast[edit]

  • Ross Hagen as Captain Jason Briggs
  • Richard Gabai as John Skeemer
  • Antonia Dorian as April
  • Griffin Drew as May (Griffen Drew)
  • Michelle Bauer as June
  • Peter Spellos as 'Turbo'
  • Tom Shell as Wayne Kincaid
  • Steve Barkett as Sergeant Ben Healey
  • Bob Sheridan as 'Buzz'
  • Toni Naples as Queen Morganna
  • Nikki Fritz as High Priestess
  • Robin Chaney as Tara
  • Becky LeBeau as Virgin Sacrifice
  • Wendy Griffen as Warrior Girl
  • Deborah Dutch as Cave Girl (Debra Dare)
  • Solly Assa as Sergeant Mel (uncredited)
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Production[edit]

Wynorski said that Roger Corman asked he and Fred Olen Ray to make the film after Jurassic Park came out. 'It wasn't so much a Jurassic Park rip off as a cavewoman movie', Wynorski said.[1]

Wynorski and Ray said they rewrote the script entirely. They knew who they were going to cast, employing actors they had worked with before, and tailored the script accordingly. They based the characters of the soldiers on characters in Stripes. Another influence was The War that Time Forgot, part of the Star Spangled War Stories comic book series.[3]

The movie was shot at Vasquez Rocks and David Carradine's ranch at Sun Valley over ten days. Wynorski says he and Ray made it 'on a wing and a prayer'.[1]

Wynorski later said, 'I'd never co-directed a movie before, but it was smooth sailing all the way. When one of us got tired, the other would take over. I'd usually go back to the comfort of the air-conditioned motor home and hang out with the girls. You really can't beat that.'[4]

Reception[edit]

'Roger ended up hating the movie,' said Wynorski. Idm 6.28 build 6 serial key. 'He didn't think the girls in it were pretty and he thought the story was too campy. But it did really well.'[1] The film performed better on television than on video.[3]

Wynorski says he was at a party when he met Joe Pesci who told him he loved the film, saying 'everytime I watch it I feel like I want to go there.'[1]

The film has been received poorly by most critics and holds a 2.6 rating on IMDb[5] and a 26% fresh rating on rottentomatoes.com[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ abcdeNashawaty, Chris (2013). Crab Monsters, Teenage Cavemen and Candy Stripe Nurses - Roger Corman: King of the B Movie. Abrams. p. 230. ISBN9781613129814.
  2. ^By MAITLAND, M. A. (1993, Feb 14). 'A return to the day when dinosaurs ruled the world'New York Times
  3. ^ ab'EPB02 – DINOSAUR ISLAND'. Bad Asses Boobs and Body Counts (Podcast). 1 November 2015.
  4. ^'Interview withJim Wynorski'. The Old Hockstatter Place.
  5. ^https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0109627/
  6. ^http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/1046040-dinosaur_island/

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