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Web­site Fan­dango cal­cu­lated the cost of open­ing a real life Juras­sic Park as $23,432,400,000. Bar­gain.

Uni­ver­sal ap­peal

Those ta­lented so and sos at Dark Hall Man­sion are reg­u­lars on the pages of Im­age Bank, and for ob­vi­ous rea­sons. Their lat­est is a gor­geous seven-print se­ries ded­i­cated to clas­sic Uni­ver­sal mon­sters, by artist Nicolas Delort, whose medium of choice is scratch­board. For more in­for­ma­tion head to dark­hall­man­sion.com.

The pris­oner(s)

cap­tain amer­ica turns 75 next year, and to mark the oc­ca­sion Mar­vel are launch­ing Stand­off!: As­sault

On Pleas­ant Hill Al­pha, a cross­over event fea­tur­ing the all-New, all-Dif­fer­ent

avengers. Pleas­ant Hill is a gated com­mu­nity full of se­crets. Se­crets the avengers want to keep locked up, like cap’s ill-ad­vised goth phase (note: this prob­a­bly never hap­pened). Is­sue 1 is

on sale March 2016.

JUras­sic Thames

Juras­sic World was a mon­ster hit in cine­mas ear­lier this

year, mak­ing a stag­ger­ing $1.6 bil­lion at the box of­fice. So nat­u­rally you wouldn’t ex­pect it to ar­rive on Blu-ray with a whim­per. En­ter this life-sized model Mosasaurus, which erupted through the ground at Lon­don’s South­bank. That’s what you get for leav­ing a scrump­tious shark hang­ing around like


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