* In a classic example, DC did a good deal of war comics in the 1960s. One was called "The War that Time Forgot". It was UsefulNotes/WorldWarII... but there was an island full of giant apes, military test robots, an elite military unit called "The Suicide Squad" (related to the later DC group), circus acrobats, and, of course, dinosaurs.
* Gert in ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'' has a pet ''Deinonychus'' named [[FluffyTheTerrible Old Lace]].
* ''ComicBook/GoldDigger'' has a race of technologically advanced dinosaurs who serve as both a major source of archaeological finds for the scientists in the cast to dig up and the cause of a whole lot of bad events in ages past. They also made two dinosaur-esque races via genetic engineering, the Amonians and the Dragons, who both have regular characters in the cast.
* ''ComicBook/{{Marvel 1602}}'' had little dinosaurs running around Europe, including at least one seeming to be [[Characters/{{Marvel1602}} Carlos Javier's]] pet. Not to mention that the standard big dinos can be found in North America.
* There is a ''[[TyrannosaurusRex T. rex]]'' trophy [[GiantRobot robot]] in the [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Batcave]]. [[NoodleIncident How it got there]] or why is generally ignored, but the DCAU provides the hypothesis that Dick (Robin, at the time) [[SoCoolItsAwesome wanted to keep it]].
** The ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' episode "Starcrossed" has Flash agreeing with this trope through and through. Alfred, being [[DeadpanSnarker Alfred]], [[HilarityEnsues well...]]
-->'''The Flash''': [[SoCoolItsAwesome Hey!]] [[CaptainObvious That's a Giant Dinosaur!]] :D
-->'''Alfred''': [[SarcasmMode And here I thought]] [[DeadpanSnarker Batman was the detective.]]
** A GoldenAge comic (1946's "Batman" #35) shows the true origin of the ''T. rex'' trophy: a "souvenir" from an adventure Batman and Robin had on "Dinosaur Island," a ''Franchise/JurassicPark''-style theme park with robotic dinosaurs (vs. genetically engineered ones).
** ComicBook/NightOfTheOwls shows exactly why Batman keeps it: It's a security system, as the Talons [[GoombaStomp learn]] first hand.
* ''ComicBook/TwoThousandAD'' had ''Flesh'', a story about future cowboys going back in time and killing dinosaurs for their meat, which was then exported back to their own time. This was used to provide STOMPY DINOSAUR ACTION crossovers into both ''Comicbook/JudgeDredd'' and ''ComicBook/ABCWarriors''. In the case of the latter, dinosaurs ended up on a terraformed dystopian Mars.
* Major Bummer gave us [[http://filmonic.com/coolness-tyrannosaurus-reich-dc-nazi-dinosaur Tyrannosaurus Reich]]. Can't believe that got a mention in the other wiki before getting here.
* Bob, Dawn, and Rex, from ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}''.
* ''Dinosaur Bop / Wanda et les dinosaures'' (''Wanda and the dinosaurs'') is set in a comical (with realist drawings) post-apocalyptic world were humanity regressed at prehistoric age (but more like "American sixties in a prehistoric setting"). For no reason, dinosaurs are here anew, and are used as pets, food or... cars (but ''T. rex'' is still a predator and wreck poor Eddy's car).
* The title character of ''ComicBook/{{Slaine}}'' has gone up against dinosaurs animated from amber.
* The Tar Pits in ''ComicBook/SinCity'' feature dinosaur statues. Frank Miller said he put them there as an excuse to draw dinosaurs.
* In ''ComicBook/AllStarSuperman''. the Subterranosaur are descendants of dinosaurs who escaped extinction by digging their way to the center of the Earth. Their leader is the Dino-Czar.
* The villain in Creator/NeilGaiman's ''ComicBook/MrHeroTheNewmaticMan'' is Henry Phage, an immortal velociraptor at the head of a multidimensional corporation whose flagship product is the corruption of souls.
* [[http://twitter.com/Dr_Dinosaur AH!]] [[http://www.nuklearpower.com/2009/05/01/fcbd-09-page-5/ DECEPTION!]] MAMMAL '''''DECEPTION!'''''
** [[ComicBook//AtomicRobo MAMMAL ROBOT!]]
* The Malibu Comics franchise ''ComicBook/DinosaursForHire'' is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin. An anthropomorphic tyrannosaur, stegosaur, and triceratops (and later a pteranodon) [[TheyFightCrime fight crime]]!
* One of the antagonist races in ''Shakara'' is called the Teknosaurs. And yes, they're a race of cyborg dinosaurs.
* Creator/{{Marvel|Comics}} also has [[http://marvel.wikia.com/Devil_Dinosaur_(Earth-78411) Devil Dinosaur]], [[Characters/XMenVillains Sauron]], and [[http://www.marvunapp.com/Appendix/stegro.htm Stegron]].
* The FantasyKitchenSink that is ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' also has the [[http://tmnt.wikia.com/wiki/Triceraton Triceratons]]
* ''ComicBook/XenozoicTales'' features lots of dinosaurs. [[AfterTheEnd after an environmental apocalypse]] drove humanity into underground bunkers, humanity returns to the surface to find dinosaurs along with species from all prehistoric eras roaming around. The series came to be associated with the name "Cadillacs and Dinosaurs", just to make sure that people understood the coolness.
* The graphic novel ''ComicBook/DinosaursVsAliens'' adds aliens to the mix. The dinosaurs themselves are depicted as sentient and capable of tool-making and wear warpaint and body armor to give them more of an edge.
* ComicBook/TheTransformers has franchise-mainstays the Dinobots, not to mention [[GiantMecha Trypticon]], one of the few beings to survive a fight with them.
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