Penny Arcade's Mike "John Gabriel" Krahulik shows that Annarchy will not be easy prey for these prehistoric pests.
Ryan Dunlavey (the artist behind Stuper Powers!, Action Philosophers and Comic book Comics) shows how even a seemingly useless super power like "create 3 cubic inches of mashed potatoes" can save the day.
John Gallagher was kind enough to draw a sketch of Buzzboy, the world's first superhero to own his own diner. How cool is that?
Franco (of Tiny Titans fame) illustrates what Beast Boy would look like if he had been born about 65 million years earlier.
Atomic Robo's Scott Wegener produced this fantastic piece for us, showing how Robo deals with unwanted predatory dinosaurs. (EDIT: Doctor Dinosaur, whose status as both a doctor and a dinosaur is still debatable) is now a regular character in the pages of Atomic Robo)
Now THAT'S a Banner, am I right?!
PVP's Scott Kurtz shows us what happens when Skull is caught completely unaware. Attacks come when you least expect them!
Franco's Lil' Barda may be small in size, but she's got plenty of heart. And cuteness to spare!
Steve Ellis from High Moon provided us with a mug shot of this very dangerous and depraved dino. Note that he is wanted for the crimes of "Eating, Children, and Larceny."
When I told Jersey Gods artist Dan McDaid about the Rutgers Grease Trucks (and their naming challenge) he agreed to draw lead character Barock going for the record and the glory. Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fat Barock!