Here are some of the dorkiest dinos from my collection, here to start our Halloween dinosaur survey. No insult implied--I love these guys with a special passion. They dare to be different, to be mutant, to be... dorky. I identify with dorks, despite the fact that I'm, um, so cool.
I rush-composed some dorky-dino music for the occasion, using Noteworthy Composer software and my Casio WK-3800. It's called, appropriately (and dorikly) enough, "Dorky Dinos."
Click here: Dorky Dinos (Hartsfeld) .
We start with a Space Postcard (more on these later) featuting three dorky dinos, two ant people, a griffin (gargoyle?), and a green Medusa turned the wrong way (out of courtesy). The back of the card doesn't tell us what planet this was posed on, but it appears to have a surface composed of yellow construction paper:
A dorky dino group shot:
Dorky as heck, too, are the following four fake Godzillas. But do they look as if they give a fossilized dino stool what you or I think? Of course they don't:
A dorky dino solo shot:
Another group shot, with three guest ant people:
Next up, a pair of incredibly chintzy Godzilla knock-offs gaze in dino-confusion at three dorky ant people guarding a cap-gun spaceship. This is one of those only-at-MY(P)WHAE images:
And we close with some dorky dino fossils: