Featuring brand new works, as well as over 40 new limited edition mini prints from the “Greatest moments in Films” series. Custom collectables and toys will also be available including a Groundhog Day board game and Bill Murray magnet set.
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ALECTROSAURUS “Alone lizard” Late Cretaceous, 83-74 million years ago
Alectrosaurus was a small tyrannosaurid from prehistoric
Mongolia. It only grew to about 16 feet long – less than half the size of Tyrannosaurus rex. It had the same general tyrannosaur proportions: a large skull,
jaws filled with sharp, serrated teeth, and tiny, tiny arms. Its name means “alone
lizard” (because when it was discovered, it was the only carnivore of its kind known
in that part of the world), but can also be translated as “unmarried lizard,” if you
want to sound like its mother.
“Can I?” you asked, gesturing to the man tied to the stiff chair.
Dean and Sam looked a little hesitant; you were still pretty new to hunting. But they decided to let you have a go at getting the intel they needed out of the bad guy.
“Yeah, alright,” Dean said. “We’ll just be over here…” He and Sam took seats in the two chairs on the edge of the room.
You paced a circle around the man, staring at him with narrowed eyes. “So. Where is he?”
“I don’t know,” he replied stubbornly.
You pulled back your fist and punched him hard across the jaw without warning. Sam and Dean both twitched and recoiled at the sudden action and the strength of the blow you landed squarely on his face.
“OW!” You grasped your fist with the other hand. “Son of a bitch!! Why didn’t you guys tell me that hurts so bad?” You looked back over at the man. His head was hanging limply to the side. He was unconscious. “Too much?” you asked, turning to look at Dean and Sam. Both of them were staring at you with wide eyes.
“Uhh, yeah. I’d say that was a little too much,” Sam said, still staring at you in disbelief.