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Episode Studies by Clayton Barr
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"Dangerous Games" Part 3
Jurassic Park: Dangerous Games #3 (IDW)
Written by Erik Bear
Story Consultant: Greg Bear
Art by Jorge Jimenez
Cover by Jeff Zornow

Agent Espinoza duels the assassin Tiburon in a dinosaur-infested jungle.

Read a summary of the issue at the Jurassic Park Legacy website

Read a review of this issue by Patrick Hayes on PopApostle

Didja Notice? 

Pages 3-4 imply that Jurassic Park received much of it electricity from a hydroelectric dam constructed on the island. "The Depths" implies that most of the park's power comes from a geothermal site instead. Still, it's not too difficult to imagine that both were in use.

On page 6, Espinoza refers to one of the small dinosaurs as "pequeňo". This is Spanish for, essentially, "little one".

I am unfamiliar with the dinosaur species that appear on the cover and on pages 8-11.

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