Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Walking with Superman: Day 307
Many deities were roused from restless slumber by the recently averted war over Hell, but not all of them are returning happily to their quiet realms. Its name is unpronounceable by mammalian vocal structures, and has not been uttered for sixty-five million years. Not since fire fell from the sky and hot ash choked its disciples' throats as they uttered their last prayers, not since the cold darkness blotted out the sun and swept death across the globe. Some of its children survived; as a last gift he clothed them in feathers and ensured their mastery of the very sky that slaughtered their brethren. Now, this saurian god has reawakened, and it despairs to see its world stolen and sullied by mammals. This dinosaur deity is determined to revive its long-dead children, to remind their avian descendants of their origins, and it's starting at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Montana! When Superman arrives, he finds the Big Sky Country filled with furious birds, while the fossilized skeletal remains of dinosaurs rise from the ground and break loose from their museum exhibits. It's up to the Man of Steel to stop this new army from sending Earth back to the Cretaceous!
Posted by Tom Foss at 12:00 PM
Labels: Superman, Walking with Superman
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