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Quetzalcoatl By Gerry Swanson

In the summer of 1532, on an island off the shore of Mexico, an expedition of Spanish Conquistadors discover El Dorado, the lost city of gold, and in the process encounter an ancient horror.
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Dirk Tiede's Review of Quetzalcoatl
Cortez had it easy. On his search for El Dorado and the Fountain of Youth, he only had to contend with the elements and natives. These conquistidors only wish they were so lucky.

Come for that jungle ambiance. And the gold. But stay for the dinosaurs.

"Quezecoatl" draws upon the best elements of historical action and pulp adventure. It's like "The Lost World" with Spanish explorers. You can probably guess what's going to happen from there, but it's great ride. Ultimately this raw enthusiasm for the subject matter is what I love about Gerry's work. When he decides to do a story about something, he gets right to the point and has fun with it.

On top of that, the artwork sells it. Just wait until you see the beasties, and you'll understand title a little more.

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