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Artist William Stout offers a look at illustrations he created in the 1990s for a "Jurassic Park" animated series that never made it off the ground.
The veteran actor of "Law & Order: SVU" and "Oz" fame spoke with SPINOFF on returning to the fantastic world of "Jurassic Park."
The extended television spot reveals glimpses of new footage from director Colin Trevorrow’s highly anticipated sequel.
Steven Spielberg promises the new sequel "goes down an original road that none of the other movies dared to travel."
TT Games and WB Games have unveiled the first full trailer for "LEGO Jurassic World," which will allow players to relive all four franchise films.
Universal Pictures gives an early look at 15 of the prehistoric creatures that will populate Isla Nublar once Jurassic World opens to the public.
Set aside reservations about 3D post-conversion, because "Jurassic Park 3D" looks phenomenal, casting Steven Spielberg's 1993 adventure in a new light and allowing audiences to experience the spectacle all over again
This week, high-end collectibles reigned supreme while action figure announcements included the likes of Jurassic Park, a Burt Ward Robin, "Mirror, Mirror" Star Trek MiniMates and vinyl Doctor Who blind boxes!
The latest TOYING AROUND spotlights the New York Toy Fair reveals we missed earlier in the week, including the Marvel Select Silver Surfer and Hot Toys' Thor action figures, a pair of DC Collectibles statues and more!
This June, IDW unleashes "Jurassic Park: Redemption," a five-issue story arc, written by Bob Schreck. CBR News spoke with the award-winning editor about his first comic book writing assignment.
IDW Publishing announced and discussed several upcoming projects at its WonderCon panel, including “True Blood,” “Jurassic Park,” “Dave Stevens' The Rocketeer: Artist Edition,” “Famous Monsters of Filmland” and more.
IDW has announced that "Jurassic Park: Redemption" will launch in June, written by Bob Schreck, illustrated by Nate Van Dyke, with covers by Frank Miller and Tom Yeates, with other luminaries providing future covers.