America's Fighting Dinosaur is short faux-documentary about the military career of Pvt. "Little" Sammy Vogel, a 7 ton, 40 foot long U.S. Army Infantryman, fighting shoulder to kneecap with the Allied forces in Europe during the second World War. Using photos, archive footage, letters and interviews with veterans and soldiers who served by his side, I want to shed some light on how America’s biggest soldier managed to go unheard for so long.
There should be cartoon confessionals where we could go and say things like, "Father, I have sinned – I have drawn dinosaurs and hominids together in the same cartoon."
Capt'n Midnight wrote: »
Rubecula wrote: »
So true and something I have been shouting about for years. They all thought I was mad you know.
My little caged diplodicus was a songster and a half.
Adam Khor wrote: »
Been preaching this since I was a kid too. I even spent like three or four years without eating chicken or any sort of fowl because I couldn´t stand the idea of eating dinosaurs (yes, I was a weird kid U-U)
toastedpickles wrote: »