Monster of the Day #1471 Updated on December 8, 2016 By Ken Begg 13 Comments Any weeks with giant bugs is a good week! Tweet Pin It Related PostsMonster of the Day #1593 (Jun 28, 2017) Monster of the Day #1592 (Jun 27, 2017) Monster of the Day #1591 (Jun 26, 2017) Monster of the Day #1590 (Jun 23, 2017) Monster of the Day 1589 (Jun 22, 2017) By Ken Begg http://jabootu.net Gamera977 ‘Lovely, first the Nazis in Europe, then Japanese in the Pacific, then Commies in Korea, and now you want me to go fight a housefly the size of a dump truck???’ BTW: I looked up those Dinosaur Attack cards the other day, and oh wow. I thought they were pretty bizarre at first but when Dino-Satan showed up- well I too started to wonder what these guys were smoking.,, Cullen Waters I’m not easily shocked by drawings, what with the lifetime seeking out Horror related things. But that Dinosaurs Attack series… whoa nelly. bgbear_rnh RICO, YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO! bgbear_rnh Are those really vintage or something of a parody/tribute? Gamera977 The date was listed as 1988 so I guess they were a parody/tribute off ’50s monster movies. bgbear_rnh I see. They did not look to be contemporary with the “Mars Attacks” cards. Eric Balzer Well, at least he doesn’t have to tell his grandkids that he shoveled *&%# in Louisiana during the Great Bug Hunt. kgb_san_diego This. This made my day! :-) Flangepart E-yeah…really high ‘Garf’ factor if you’re ‘gore intolerant’ like me. Rock Baker There was almost a Dinosaurs Attack! movie, but with dinosaur mania in full swing, the producers opted to go with Mars Attacks! and kicked off a wave of invasion films. As to those dinosaur cards… Yikes! How nasty and tasteless can a product get? That card set was kinda the bar for such things. Ick. Eric Hinkle A bit OT but folks here may remember who I’m talking about: John Glenn just died. So many of us wondered about exploring space, but he actually did it. Gamera977 Yeah, sad to see him go. Besides his combat record he had some guts to be strapped to the top of an ICBM, shot into space and then decend like a firey meteor. Sure, a bunch of Russians, Al Shepard, and Gus Grissom went before him but still what he did was still dangerous as hell. RIP John Glenn rtpoeman Four term senator from Ohio, back when being a senator was a respected job…..