Dinosaur Week Makes Shark Week Look Just Plain Weak

DinoWeekHeaderAnyone who knows me knows I’m a man of science. In fact, you could go so far as to say that science and I are synonymous; we get one another.

Case in point: Scientists recently confirmed what my data has shown for years, that Dinosaur Week vastly superior to Shark Week. To which the Journal of Science-Related Items then added, “So suck it, Discovery Channel.”

And we here at the GeekParty Mansion couldn’t agree more.

So in celebration of Dino Week, a week-long event that we started ourselves, GeekParty will be offering dino-sized amounts of all things, well, dino.

dinosharkAnd for our efforts, Science has decided to commend our heroic, selfless promotion of Dinosaur Week (again, a week-long event that we actually initiated ourselves) by giving us an Award of Valor in the Field of Continuing to Promote and Embrace Dinosaur Week. Which is kind of a pretty big deal, though I mean not to brag or whatever.

So join GeekParty and Science as we salute Dinosaur Week, which, as we’ve established, is far superior to Shark Week.

dinosaur vs sharkAnd to stay current on Dino Week, keep checking back here for links to all things Dino:

Barry Cavener details the history behind Batman’s T-Rex trophy

Josh Wirtanen discusses Turok: Dinosaur Hunter

Tyler Workman cracks the origin of the monsters in Rampage

Julian Watkins wants dinosaurs in the new Tomb Raider game

Angelo D’Argenio explains how E.V.O.: Search For Eden did dinosaurs before they were cool

Alcoholic Luigi thinks Tyler is wrong about the monsters in Rampage

Mandi Odoerfer shows off some dino-centric comic book panels

Alcoholic Luigi really digs the use of dinosaurs in Saint’s Row IV

Julian Watkins highlights Dino Crisis 2 in Cutscenery

Julian Watkins chimes in on the great Lizzie debate

Cracked Knuckles Educates Readers on the Phrase “T-Rex Arms”