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2015-01-26  No. 1  Birds are Dinosaurs!
2015-01-27  No. 2  Pizza!
2015-01-28  No. 3  Channel-Fireball
2015-01-29  No. 4  Vegetarians
2015-01-30  No. 5  Bacteria
2015-01-31  No. 6  Context
2015-02-01  No. 7  Literal evidence
2015-02-02  No. 8  Kitty cat
2015-02-03  No. 9  Jurassic World
2015-02-04  No. 10  On the ceiling
2015-02-05  No. 11  What if...Aliens Attack?
2015-02-06  No. 12  Moral dilemma
2015-02-07  No. 13  The Dark Ages
2015-02-08  No. 14  Upgrade
2015-02-09  No. 15  Periodic Table: 1 Hydrogen
2015-02-10  No. 16  i-Telephone
2015-02-11  No. 17  Rain
2015-02-12  No. 18  The End
2015-02-13  No. 19  Accessories
2015-02-14  No. 20  Fantastic Voyeur
2015-02-15  No. 21  The Scottish Friend
2015-02-16  No. 22  Dragon
2015-02-17  No. 23  Pants
2015-02-18  No. 24  Blank Slate
2015-02-19  No. 25  Famous Walls
2015-02-20  No. 26  Star Trek: Part 1
2015-02-21  No. 27  Robot handwriting
2015-02-22  No. 28  The Phantom Zone
2015-02-23  No. 29  Bad Dad Jokes
2015-02-24  No. 30  Owl pellets
2015-02-25  No. 31  The Metagame
2015-02-26  No. 32  Growing Up
2015-02-27  No. 33  Read This Comic? Yes/No
2015-02-28  No. 34  Eon Productions presents...
2015-03-01  No. 35  Periodic Table: 2 Helium
2015-03-02  No. 36  The Cambrian Diet
2015-03-03  No. 37  Philosophy 101 (Caution: Floors may be wet)
2015-03-04  No. 38  Computer Gaming
2015-03-05  No. 39  Uncanny Rex-Man
2015-03-06  No. 40  So called because the Netherlands are all on a slope
2015-03-07  No. 41  Casino Supreme
2015-03-08  No. 42  It's a classic case of snobs vs. amateur writers who like shipping
2015-03-09  No. 43  Quick! Merge Bubble Heaps!
2015-03-10  No. 44  It did make family gatherings a bit awkward, but no more awkward than Uncle Jack's rude jokes.
2015-03-11  No. 45  Making comics the easy way
2015-03-12  No. 46  Though presumably your one job had more than one responsibility, like most jobs do
2015-03-13  No. 47  All Cretans are in Lairs
2015-03-14  No. 48  Life in the Cretaceous
2015-03-15  No. 49  Periodic Table 3: Lithium
2015-03-16  No. 50  URGENT: reply needed
2015-03-17  No. 51  Garfield contextualised
2015-03-18  No. 52  The K/D Extinction Event
2015-03-19  No. 53  Julius Caes-ear
2015-03-20  No. 54  Gourmet cooking
2015-03-21  No. 55  The zombies in Spain stay mainly on the plaaaaaains
2015-03-22  No. 56  Periodic Table: 4 Beryllium
2015-03-23  No. 57  Yes Man 2: Yes And
2015-03-24  No. 58  How to be a better crackpot
2015-03-25  No. 59  Companionship
2015-03-26  No. 60  Aliens!
2015-03-27  No. 61  They've taken away your number and given you a name
2015-03-28  No. 62  Comic-Con
2015-03-29  No. 63  A problem faced by mathematicians everywhere
2015-03-30  No. 64  Or Football in some countries
2015-03-31  No. 65  Please do not use this comic in lieu of study materials
2015-04-01  No. 66  Art is as art does
2015-04-02  No. 67  Periodic Table 5: Boron
2015-04-03  No. 68  Singing in the rain
2015-04-04  No. 69  I have a theory too, it involves cosines
2015-04-05  No. 70  Mmmm... cheesecake
2015-04-06  No. 71  Done in two minutes or less
2015-04-07  No. 72  Nice reptilian protuberances!
2015-04-08  No. 73  It's hard to really believe him when he sneezes
2015-04-09  No. 74  Brevity
2015-04-10  No. 75  You'll never look at Dinosaur Comics in the same way again
2015-04-11  No. 76  Who repins the repinners?
2015-04-12  No. 77  Periodic Table 6: Carbon
2015-04-13  No. 78  Raaarrh!
2015-04-14  No. 79  Proust-based pick-up lines work best on girls named Madeleine
2015-04-15  No. 80  Bach, you have a lot to answer for
2015-04-16  No. 81  Art of Noise
2015-04-17  No. 82  Take us to your AAACK CAN'T BREATHE
2015-04-18  No. 83  Try it with chopsticks some time
2015-04-19  No. 84  That pocket money represents a vast dinosaur-directed capital resource
2015-04-20  No. 85  "'Rosebud' was his sled!" "AAUGH!"
2015-04-21  No. 86  I'll try menu item #16,777,216
2015-04-22  No. 87  Like Pandora's Box, only cylindrical. And made of steel. And not owned by Pandora
2015-04-23  No. 88  This is why astronauts don't eat outside the International Space Station
2015-04-24  No. 89  I never sausage a mind-blowing possibility!
2015-04-25  No. 90  And the forecast is...
2015-04-26  No. 91  Yeah, but that other comic isn't like a radio for talking to God
2015-04-27  No. 92  The tech accessory for all the hep dudes
2015-04-28  No. 93  Hi ho, everyone!
2015-04-29  No. 94  Where's Spock in boots when you need him?
2015-04-30  No. 95  I shall call it "The Day of The Invasion of The Titanic Inferno Birds!"
2015-05-01  No. 96  Periodic Table 7: Nitrogen
2015-05-02  No. 97  □
2015-05-03  No. 98  Also he's not wearing plus-fours
2015-05-04  No. 99  Much memetic mutation
2015-05-05  No. 100  There are no lights at all, and you sit on construction scaffolding
2015-05-06  No. 101  Personally I prefer the BJARSVEN
2015-05-07  No. 102  Whiz! Bang! Pow! I haven't read a comic book in years!
2015-05-08  No. 103  Ignore the Velociraptor behind the curtain...
2015-05-09  No. 104  Just in general, okay! No need to get personal!
2015-05-10  No. 105  Frankie and Annette in: Jurassic Beach Party
2015-05-11  No. 106  It also explains where Lyman went to
2015-05-12  No. 107  Cue Henry Mancini...
2015-05-13  No. 108  Periodic Table 8. Oxygen
2015-05-14  No. 109  Quick! We need to pull him out!
2015-05-15  No. 110  Old Big Bear! He liked the honey!
2015-05-16  No. 111  I bet he thinks this comic is about him
2015-05-17  No. 112  Wait until it starts on the spirits
2015-05-18  No. 113  A Day In The Life...
2015-05-19  No. 114  Where's that sun of York when you need it?
2015-05-20  No. 115  Cooking with T-Rex is always unpredictable
2015-05-21  No. 116  Also, I have a friend named Steven, who has four toes
2015-05-22  No. 117  Or is it a false theory started by the government to draw attention away from the real conspiracy?
2015-05-23  No. 118  Periodic Table 9: Fluorine
2015-05-24  No. 119  Have I seen this comic before?
2015-05-25  No. 120  The Dinosaur With Two Heads
2015-05-26  No. 121  Going one better than micro-
2015-05-27  No. 122  It's a really old recipe
2015-05-28  No. 123  Cryogenic opportunity!
2015-05-29  No. 124  This is the title of a Dinosaur Whiteboard comic
2015-05-30  No. 125  We should install a doorbell one day
2015-05-31  No. 126  Discussing El Niño is a great excuse to use the ñ character
2015-06-01  No. 127  Apparently the Ancient Maya were pretty upset about that animated series episode
2015-06-02  No. 128  Do you feel lucky, punct?
2015-06-03  No. 129  Kindergarten Concept
2015-06-04  No. 130  Falling tetraminos are now in your brain!
2015-06-05  No. 131  Periodic Table: 10 Neon
2015-06-06  No. 132  Gherkins v Pickles
2015-06-07  No. 133  Sesquipedalian sequential art denominator
2015-06-08  No. 134  Ants!
2015-06-09  No. 135  Doing bird - ha ha, it's funny 'cos birds descended from dinosaurs...
2015-06-10  No. 136  These are the voyages...
2015-06-11  No. 137  This comic is the first chapter!
2015-06-12  No. 138  This is a great way to confuse Pygmalion, too!
2015-06-13  No. 139  Periodic Table: 11 Sodium
2015-06-14  No. 140  The sign was above the door of the pub
2015-06-15  No. 141  How about honeycomb?
2015-06-16  No. 142  Feel his wrath
2015-06-17  No. 143  I wanted to shred some cheese, but first I needed to find a skateboard made of cheese
2015-06-18  No. 144  The implications for malaria control are alarming
2015-06-19  No. 145  The weather forecast
2015-06-20  No. 146  Procrastinasaur
2015-06-21  No. 147  They should sell some of those 1000 ships
2015-06-22  No. 148  It sure builds muscle though
2015-06-23  No. 149  There was one in my freezer once, all plucked and gutted
2015-06-24  No. 150  It's delicious with malt vinegar! But not funny
2015-06-25  No. 151  Periodic Table: 12 Magnesium
2015-06-26  No. 152  I don't know what to say here
2015-06-27  No. 153  To be fair, he probably finds it hard to hold a feather duster
2015-06-28  No. 154  In the land of dairy, where the cheddars lie
2015-06-29  No. 155  Actually evil, Aura misunderstanding?
2015-06-30  No. 156  You could wrap it in banana leaves to keep it fresh!
2015-07-01  No. 157  T-Rex totally leaps out of the screen at you!
2015-07-02  No. 158  What? And leave show business?
2015-07-03  No. 159  If 13 is a baker's dozen, is 11 a grocer's dozen?
2015-07-04  No. 160  Links of fortune
2015-07-05  No. 161  He's not pulling your leg
2015-07-06  No. 162  Imagine if Pixar had animated the new Thunderbirds series
2015-07-07  No. 163  Hit me with your rhythm stick!
2015-07-08  No. 164  Comfort food, with a nice chianti
2015-07-09  No. 165  It really is tricky being green
2015-07-10  No. 166  Taking a dive
2015-07-11  No. 167  Periodic Table: 13 Aluminium
2015-07-12  No. 168  It could totally happen! Be careful on any day that matches the description!
2015-07-13  No. 169  You should see him tiptoe through the tulips
2015-07-14  No. 170  I never meta trainer I didn't like...
2015-07-15  No. 171  Hup hup hup!!
2015-07-16  No. 172  Nosism or narcissism? You decide!
2015-07-17  No. 173  What if they'd used grapefruit?
2015-07-18  No. 174  Except for the bit where someone's phone rang
2015-07-19  No. 175  C'est mystérieuse...
2015-07-20  No. 176  Actually they did until the patent expired
2015-07-21  No. 177  I have so many cards from these things in my wallet...
2015-07-22  No. 178  Periodic Table: 14 Silicon
2015-07-23  No. 179  Periodic Table of the Elephants: 1
2015-07-24  No. 180  Don't you hate people who do that?
2015-07-25  No. 181  Don't you hate people who do that? Redux!
2015-08-04  No. 182  ZORANGE! That's totally quorange!
2015-08-05  No. 183  Dreaming Deeply of Dinosaur Comics
2015-08-06  No. 184  Tomb of Happiness
2015-08-07  No. 185  And Rosebud was his chariot!
2015-08-08  No. 186  Birdplay
2015-08-09  No. 187  Woof woof!
2015-08-10  No. 188  Fabulous offer!
2015-08-11  No. 189  A mature comic, written by mature writers, for mature audiences only
2015-08-12  No. 190  Na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na....
2015-08-13  No. 191  A diversion for your entertainment
2015-08-14  No. 192  ¡sı ɔıɯoɔ sıɥʇ dn ʎɐʍ ɥɔıɥʍ llǝʇ oʇ ǝlqıssodɯı s,ʇı
2015-08-15  No. 193  Because we want to let you know your message is appreciated
2015-08-16  No. 194  A sure fire way to deal with melancholia
2015-08-17  No. 195  Periodic Table: 15 Phosphorus
2015-08-18  No. 196  A breakthrough in Dinosaur Comics technology!
2015-08-19  No. 197  Ribbon dance
2015-08-20  No. 198  Well I been workin' in a coal mine / Goin' down, down / Workin' in a coal mine / Whew! About to slip down
2015-08-21  No. 199  Even if you count "READY?" it's only 2 questions
2015-08-22  No. 200  Apart from that quibble, it was quite good
2015-08-23  No. 201  shaft: Appropriate, since T-Rex is very hyperbolicsyllabicsesquedalymistic
2015-08-24  No. 202  Fantastic dinosaur voyage
2015-08-25  No. 203  Even the title is not funny
2015-08-26  No. 204  Also, he'll kiss you and tomorrow he'll miss you...
2015-08-27  No. 205  A scheduled service announcement:
2015-08-28  No. 206  Just don't tell me what happens in The Assassination of Jesse James By the Coward Robert Ford
2015-08-29  No. 207  It might have been funny if the set-up was "What sort of humour does Yoda like?"
2015-08-30  No. 208  No, seriously, I actually want to know why? It makes no sense!
2015-08-31  No. 209  Periodic Table: 16 Sulphur
2015-09-01  No. 210  Do people actually do that any more?
2015-09-02  No. 211  And after all that I didn't even see any snakes!
2015-09-03  No. 212  There are also opportunities to play with wild octopuses
2015-09-04  No. 213  The evolution of upward mobility
2015-09-05  No. 214  Dumbledore, you have a lot to answer for
2015-09-06  No. 215  Also people who see black and white shrike-flycatchers everywhere
2015-09-07  No. 216  "Look at all this dirty scum everywhere. It disgusts me."
2015-09-08  No. 217  But the important thing is he acts that way
2015-09-09  No. 218  Where's a newspaper when you need one??
2015-09-10  No. 219  Or you can buy the full version up-front!
2015-09-11  No. 220  Periodic Table: 17 Chlorine
2015-09-12  No. 221  The thin end of the wedge
2015-09-13  No. 222  You open your pack to find...
2015-09-14  No. 223  The greatest idea the zombie ever had in its head wasn't even its own
2015-09-15  No. 224  The replay flashing before his eyes just before he dies is going to be a doozy
2015-09-16  No. 225  The last second!
2015-09-17  No. 226  An hour of wolves. Who love pasta
2015-09-18  No. 227  Turns out it may have been the penultimate second!
2015-09-19  No. 228  So he knows where he is at all times
2015-09-20  No. 229  Periodic Table: 18 Argon
2015-09-21  No. 230  AWHOOOOGAH! AWHOOOGAH!
2015-09-22  No. 231  Seriously, we only have a dozen or so punctuation marks, what's with that?!?
2015-09-23  No. 232  Vrrrrroooommm!!!
2015-09-24  No. 233  Well, not after he stomped him in panel 4
2015-09-25  No. 234  A most delicious musical conundrum
2015-09-26  No. 235  In gemächlicher Bewegung, ohne Hast
2015-09-27  No. 236  If this doesn't happen at your fruit market... why not?? Get to work!
2015-09-28  No. 237  I don't really trust this author...
2015-09-29  No. 238  Some of them band together to form The Inconsequential League
2015-09-30  No. 239  He'll judge books for you too
2015-10-01  No. 240  What a stand-out!
2015-10-02  No. 241  The last 6 chapters consist of the story of writing this biography
2015-10-03  No. 242  Periodic Table: 19 Potassium
2015-10-04  No. 243  Spoilers: he comes down pretty firmly for 'no'
2015-10-05  No. 244  Earlier he wrote a webcomic: Casey and T-Rex
2015-10-06  No. 245  But some of them are just grotesque
2015-10-07  No. 246  Looks a bit snidely to me
2015-10-08  No. 247  He's waving the Banner for all those who have suffered this tragedy
2015-10-09  No. 248  The Great Escape!
2015-10-12  No. 249  Look down, look down, don't look them in the 𝕀
2015-10-13  No. 250  But even so, he's never stuck for words
2015-10-14  No. 251  Apparently in this other timeline it's some sort of... Lost World
2015-10-15  No. 252  Seriously, who would be harmed by this? "Families"??
2015-10-16  No. 253  Has anyone else coined the term "pierce pressure"?
2015-10-19  No. 254  Trick or Treat!
2015-10-20  No. 255  Quick!
2015-10-21  No. 256  Periodic Table: 20 Calcium
2015-10-22  No. 257  An impressively set up joke about the economics of finding a domestic dwelling
2015-10-23  No. 258  Back to Back to the Future Day!
2015-10-26  No. 259  Okay, maybe it is rocket science
2015-10-27  No. 260  Read a million other comics, and this one will become much funnier
2015-10-28  No. 261  It's a reboot, to boot
2015-10-29  No. 262  The naked truth about friendship
2015-10-30  No. 263  Periodic Table: 21 Scandium
2015-11-02  No. 264  Lethal injection
2015-11-03  No. 265  Dad Jokes: 9572
2015-11-04  No. 266  The giant burrito killer
2015-11-05  No. 267  It's tough designing a course to beat a wizard player
2015-11-06  No. 268  All the way with T-Rex!
2015-11-09  No. 269  Eye ran spell Czech on it
2015-11-10  No. 270  Nice thing you've got there
2015-11-11  No. 271  Hit me with your best cut!
2015-11-12  No. 272  Anyone for poultry?
2015-11-13  No. 273  The journey home...
2015-11-17  No. 274  Periodic Table: 22 Titanium
2015-11-18  No. 275  The greatest question of our time
2015-11-19  No. 276  Quiz Show!
2015-11-20  No. 277  Hyper-metallic flop!
2015-11-23  No. 278  I'm not saying it was aliens, but
2015-11-24  No. 279  I have some shocking news...
2015-11-25  No. 280  She was the first person in history to be Perseucuted
2015-11-26  No. 281  Periodic Table: 23 Vanadium
2015-11-27  No. 282  It's superior to both Greek yogurt and Greek youghourt
2015-11-30  No. 283  You must be 18 years or older, or have permission from your parents, to read this comic
2015-12-01  No. 284  Because clearly what they rhyme with is more interesting to normal people
2015-12-02  No. 285  Flower children
2015-12-03  No. 286  And you'll never believe what happened next
2015-12-04  No. 287  That thing in the Death Star trash compactor? Yeah
2015-12-07  No. 288  I had an invisible friend once. But I never saw him again
2015-12-08  No. 289  An amazing opportunity!
2015-12-09  No. 290  Buh-be-buh-be-buh-be-buh-be...
2015-12-10  No. 291  Periodic Table: 24 Chromium
2015-12-11  No. 292  talk show: Talk Talk
2015-12-14  No. 293  It's in the Scottish highlands, not far from Loch Ness
2015-12-15  No. 294  Also completely gluten free!
2015-12-16  No. 295  aristocrats: ████████████
2015-12-17  No. 296  The first round only takes 1046000 years
2015-12-18  No. 297  The audience was all little girls in tutus and their grandmothers
2015-12-21  No. 298  I suppose if this was set in Scotland he could get a deep fried Mars bar
2015-12-22  No. 299  Why wouldn't you vote for him?!
2015-12-23  No. 300  Some might say you should just roll with it
2015-12-24  No. 301  Apatosaurus almost got called "Brontosaurus" too
2015-12-25  No. 302  It's beginning to look a lot like the most wonderful time of the year
2015-12-28  No. 303  The Viewer Awakens
2015-12-29  No. 304  Periodic Table: 25 Manganese
2015-12-30  No. 305  Gobble gobble!
2015-12-31  No. 306  Fortunately he now uses a PIN code for credit card purchases
2016-01-01  No. 307  It's some sort of racket, I hear
2016-01-04  No. 308  The worst illness ever
2016-01-05  No. 309  Let's just nip this one in the butt
2016-01-06  No. 310  Modern life is rubbish
2016-01-07  No. 311  Should have cut them off at the pass
2016-01-08  No. 312  The Question of the Ages
2016-01-11  No. 313  Who said chemistry was the preserve of decadent non-dictatorships?
2016-01-12  No. 314  Behind the times
2016-01-13  No. 315  Okay, we may as well make the footnotes more formal
2016-01-14  No. 316  Periodic Table: 26 Iron
2016-01-15  No. 317  It's some sort of Spargel sect
2016-01-18  No. 318  Practical cheese making tips, with T-Rex
2016-01-19  No. 319  I tried being Antipodean, but actually I quite like feet
2016-01-20  No. 320  Share this with all your friends on Facebook!
2016-01-21  No. 321  No, it has nothing to do with the Flying Spaghetti Monster
2016-01-22  No. 322  Yes, the mail is that fast
2016-01-25  No. 323  This comic may be unsuitable for those of a nervous disposition
2016-01-26  No. 324  Periodic Table: 27 Cobalt
2016-01-27  No. 325  It's about as much use as tits on a bull
2016-01-28  No. 326  And that's how we know dinosaurs had huge muscles
2016-01-29  No. 327  It's Sep Blatter's new favourite sport[1]
2016-02-01  No. 328  After all, it's what's underneath that counts
2016-02-02  No. 329  In his secret identity he still talks about how much he can bench press
2016-02-03  No. 330  Sugar is sweet, but lugduname is approximately 300,000 times sweeter
2016-02-04  No. 331  They're really good at remembering cross products too
2016-02-05  No. 332  Spread on a bagel it's topologically different to on a slice of bread
2016-02-08  No. 333  The Seven Wonders of the really really really Ancient World
2016-02-09  No. 334  Attention! Astonishing Adventures Attendant!
2016-02-10  No. 335  Periodic Table: 28 Nickel
2016-02-11  No. 336  Holistic Poseidon wretch
2016-02-12  No. 337  And they said this comic was unsinkable
2016-02-15  No. 338  A chicken joke with a difference
2016-02-16  No. 339  He's looking very determinant today
2016-02-17  No. 340  The grass might be greener; there might even be grass!
2016-02-18  No. 341  Periodic Table: 29 Copper
2016-02-19  No. 342  Good vibrations
2016-02-22  No. 343  What they did in life echoes in eternity
2016-02-23  No. 344  Panel 1 of 6
2016-02-24  No. 345  Panel 2 of 6
2016-02-25  No. 346  Panel 3 of 6
2016-02-26  No. 347  Panel 4 of 6
2016-02-29  No. 348  Panel 5 of 6
2016-03-01  No. 349  Panel 6 of 6
2016-03-02  No. 350  Tonight on The T-Rex Show!
2016-03-03  No. 351  Actually... It was aliens
2016-03-04  No. 352  There's a kernel of truth in it
2016-03-07  No. 353  Thymus of the essence!
2016-03-08  No. 354  Pretty flowers...
2016-03-09  No. 355  Periodic Table: 30 Zinc
2016-03-10  No. 356  In 'ertford, 'ereford, and 'ampshire, 'urricanes 'ardly 'appen
2016-03-11  No. 357  Go go gadget legs! And hips!
2016-03-14  No. 358  No, Not the Dart
2016-03-15  No. 359  Conciseness of expression is an essential characteristic of astute, perceptive, or witty remarks
2016-03-16  No. 360  It's not about the bike
2016-03-17  No. 361  Meanwhile, at a scientific conference...
2016-03-21  No. 362  Periodic Table: 31 Gallium
2016-03-22  No. 363  Make my day. I'd really like that
2016-03-23  No. 364  I believe! I believe!
2016-03-24  No. 365  Rear end conjunctions
2016-03-25  No. 366  If it ain't breaking, don't Netflix it
2016-03-28  No. 367  That verb...
2016-03-29  No. 368  Slightly less than four minutes and 33 seconds
2016-03-30  No. 369  This will take significantly longer than 4'33"
2016-03-31  No. 370  Dawn of Justice for Viewers
2016-04-01  No. 371  Not at all inspired by yesterday's strip
2016-04-04  No. 372  All Glory to Hypno-Rex!
2016-04-05  No. 373  And it includes 2
2016-04-06  No. 374  Periodic Table: 32 Germanium
2016-04-07  No. 375  A hip new instructional video
2016-04-08  No. 376  I feel a disturbance in the SPQR
2016-04-11  No. 377  Actually, Aquaman probably qualifies as a magical creature
2016-04-12  No. 378  And they charge so much for it too!
2016-04-13  No. 379  Ceci n'est pas quelque chose mérite d'être lu
2016-04-14  No. 380  Meanwhile: Somewhere over the rainbow...
2016-04-15  No. 381  A musical interlude...
2016-04-18  No. 382  T-Rex's guide to good nutritional health
2016-04-19  No. 383  This comic is music to your ears
2016-04-20  No. 384  Periodic Table: 33 Arsenic
2016-04-21  No. 385  An orthoclase feldspar in the rough
2016-04-22  No. 386  This also explains why youngsters do nothing but eat
2016-05-02  No. 387  Having to explore all those ruins and fight those monster is such a chore
2016-05-03  No. 388  What about Batman v. Superman versus Alien v. Predator?
2016-05-04  No. 389  They're magical!!
2016-05-05  No. 390  (scribe)(hand)(snake)(feather)(scroll)(eagle)(eye of Horus)(ibis)(archer)(falcon)(falcon)
2016-05-09  No. 391  Twisted Sisters
2016-05-10  No. 392  The Last Crusade
2016-05-11  No. 393  Destroying one childhood at a time
2016-05-12  No. 394  Not the One
2016-05-17  No. 395  A laugh a minute!
2016-05-18  No. 396  I need a new pair of socks
2016-05-19  No. 397  Recent scientific research also suggests this comic gives you cancer
2016-05-20  No. 398  I'll call the business: Brew 'n' Screw
2016-05-23  No. 399  Maybe it'd be better if he hosted a cooking show
2016-05-24  No. 400  Periodic Table: 34 Selenium
2016-05-25  No. 401  And this is how society breaks down...
2016-05-26  No. 402  Gosh it disturbs me to see you, T-Rex, looking at all of those bumps
2016-05-27  No. 403  Because it's rude to stamp your feet and cheer when it ends
2016-05-30  No. 404  The underlying premise of this comic, of course, goes without saying
2016-05-31  No. 405  The brain in restraints stays mainly in the MRI machine
2016-06-01  No. 406  Periodic Table: 35 Bromine
2016-06-02  No. 407  Or maybe he's just a bit wound up
2016-06-03  No. 408  If looks could QUILL
2016-06-06  No. 409  I'm a bit ambervalent about T-Rex's plan, frankly
2016-06-07  No. 410  Shoot Firth and ask questions later
2016-06-08  No. 411  This comic gets funnier the more other comics you read...
2016-06-09  No. 412  Sex, Lies, and Videovape
2016-06-10  No. 413  Periodic Table: 36 Krypton
2016-06-13  No. 414  Let's check this one out on BoardGameGeek.com!
2016-06-14  No. 415  That monocle looks pretty dapper, if I do say so myself
2016-06-15  No. 416  In about 400 years, someone will prove this comic is funny
2016-06-16  No. 417  A Choosable Path Dinosaur Comic!
2016-06-21  No. 418  TV show mash
2016-06-22  No. 419  The greatest family-oriented game show ever!
2016-06-23  No. 420  Is it a science or an art?
2016-06-24  No. 421  You can see where this comic is going...
2016-06-27  No. 422  Exit poll on exit poll, result: Exit
2016-06-28  No. 423  It's good value because it's a cheap cut
2016-06-29  No. 424  It'll force some people to jump through hoops to try to save the situation
2016-06-30  No. 425  A dainty dish
2016-07-01  No. 426  Being about nothingness
2016-07-04  No. 427  Periodic Table: 37 Rubidium
2016-07-05  No. 428  Schrödinger's schadenfreude
2016-07-06  No. 429  Two for two, with one to play
2016-07-07  No. 430  You buy them from the conical party hat section
2016-07-08  No. 431  But what do subversive gits use?
2016-07-11  No. 432  Look at that Pokémon go!
2016-07-12  No. 433  Periodic Table: 38 Strontium
2016-07-13  No. 434  How to fake SCIENCE!
2016-07-14  No. 435  Go Go Gadget Pokémon!
2016-07-15  No. 436  Pokémon Stop Right Now, Thank You Very Much
2016-07-18  No. 437  Mesa gonna show everyone how bombad mesa really is!
2016-07-19  No. 438  Factoid: This comic is not actually about factoids!
2016-07-20  No. 439  Go Go Go GO!
2016-07-21  No. 440  Sibelius's Eighth Symphony
2016-07-25  No. 441  Olympic Games special edition
2016-07-26  No. 442  Periodic Table: 39 Yttrium
2016-07-27  No. 443  Fabricati Diem, Punc!
2016-07-28  No. 444  #also #known #as #octothorpe-insignia
2016-07-29  No. 445  [NSFW] May contain things that will get you fired
2016-08-02  No. 446  With Our Deadbeat Rhinos
2016-08-03  No. 447  It's enough to make a woman wonder
2016-08-04  No. 448  The extra h is not just one of those Anglo/American differences!
2016-08-05  No. 449  Should have applied a Wiener filter to this one
2016-08-08  No. 450  Periodic Table: 40 Zirconium
2016-08-09  No. 451  Unofficial Olympic Games Edition (don't sue us!)
2016-08-10  No. 452  Pizza for Pizzatarians
2016-08-11  No. 453  Pizza for pizza-free diets
2016-08-12  No. 454  Race for a comic idea!
2016-08-16  No. 455  Plate tectonics
2016-08-18  No. 456  Tick tick tick tick...
2016-08-22  No. 457  In which T-Rex justifies his existence
2016-08-23  No. 458  I really identify with ghers
2016-08-24  No. 459  Periodic Table: 175 Ryannorthium
2016-08-25  No. 460  In which ILLEGAL things are admitted to
2016-08-26  No. 461  Comma Chameleon
2016-08-29  No. 462  When he awoke, the dinosaur was still there.
2016-08-30  No. 463  Periodic Table: 41 Niobium
2016-08-31  No. 464  Celebrating cultural diversity
2016-09-01  No. 465  There are Stranger Things than are dreamt of in your philosophy
2016-09-02  No. 466  Lesser known cheeses of Luxembourg
2016-09-05  No. 467  Better known cheeses of Luxembourg
2016-09-06  No. 468  An Exciting Astronomical Announcement
2016-09-07  No. 469  More news about fun astronomy facts
2016-09-08  No. 470  In which T-Rex plays a joke on the reader! Ha ha!
2016-09-09  No. 471  Then you should say what you mean
2016-09-12  No. 472  A swerve you won't see coming...
2016-09-13  No. 473  This comic really passes mustard
2016-09-19  No. 474  Us acidic morons tangled with a web diversion (8,6)
2016-09-20  No. 475  God creates dinosaurs....
2016-09-21  No. 476  Now that's what I call a timeline
2016-09-23  No. 477  The Dinosaur Who Folded Everything
2016-09-26  No. 478  Try Rapt Hero
2016-09-27  No. 479  Periodic Table: 42 Molybdenum
2016-10-10  No. 480  A much anticipated return!
2016-10-11  No. 481  That 2010s Show
2016-10-12  No. 482  Magic item class
2016-10-14  No. 483  Get it while it's hot
2016-10-18  No. 484  An original piece of humorous composition
2016-10-21  No. 485  Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo
2016-10-27  No. 486  Is it a sport or a game?
2016-11-16  No. 487  To the pain
2016-11-23  No. 488  A Most Fantastic Comic
2016-11-24  No. 489  Heroes of Another Story
2016-11-28  No. 490  Poles apart
2016-11-29  No. 491  Periodic Table: 43 Technetium
2016-11-30  No. 492  Video killed the dinosaurs
2016-12-01  No. 493  Balls of gas burning billions of miles away
2016-12-02  No. 494  Circular argument
2016-12-05  No. 495  Fantastic Beasts II: Electric Boogaloo!
2016-12-06  No. 496  Tails è la mode
2016-12-07  No. 497  Introducing.... Cheddar and Beer!
2016-12-08  No. 498  It's more than you can shape a stick at
2016-12-09  No. 499  Dramatis personae: T-Rex - a Tyrannosaurus; Utahraptor - a Utahraptor
2016-12-12  No. 500  An important announcement after 500 strips
2016-12-13  No. 501  It's all about the 2016s, baby
2016-12-14  No. 502  Periodic Table: 44 Ruthenium
2016-12-15  No. 503  How long until they fix all the dinosaur clip art?
2016-12-16  No. 504  Can I have a word with you in my office?
2016-12-19  No. 505  Maybe it's in Plato's Cave
2016-12-20  No. 506  Astonishing spoilers about well-regarded novels!
2016-12-21  No. 507  The hilarity of oxymorons
2016-12-22  No. 508  Day four of the reader strike
2016-12-23  No. 509  Reader strike: day 5
2016-12-26  No. 510  Reader's Strike Day Whatever
2016-12-30  No. 511  Eh, it's the holidays. This strip ends up in the gutter.
2017-01-02  No. 512  A relationship can be sweet, but should also be spicy
2017-01-03  No. 513  Just Give Me a Reason to stay in the Funhouse
2017-01-04  No. 514  They're even named after man parts
2017-01-05  No. 515  It's a jagged little thing
2017-01-06  No. 516  The honeymoon is apparently over
2017-01-09  No. 517  I'll take three kilos
2017-01-10  No. 518  Hyperallergenic
2017-01-11  No. 519  Periodic Table: 45 Rhodium
2017-01-12  No. 520  This is the annotation for this comic
2017-01-13  No. 521  T-Rex comes up with something hilarious
2017-01-17  No. 522  Paying for lemons always strikes a sour note
2017-01-18  No. 523  The shocking horror blockbuster
2017-01-19  No. 524  Don't explain the punchline!!
2017-01-20  No. 525  And it's not even because he has to for English class
2017-01-23  No. 526  The best sort of humans
2017-01-24  No. 527  This was a product of our stream of conchiousness
2017-01-25  No. 528  And what's with the butterscotch sauce? There's no Scotch in it!
2017-01-26  No. 529  That's a good size for a sticky date pudding
2017-01-27  No. 530  In another universe they were actually boars
2017-01-30  No. 531  It's easier just to keep a bear as a pet
2017-01-31  No. 532  How many hours of in-flight sewing and knitting have we lost?
2017-02-07  No. 533  Please pay attention to the following safety announcement
2017-02-08  No. 534  Periodic Table: 46 Palladium
2017-02-09  No. 535  Yeah, I dropped the apostrophes, so sue me
2017-02-13  No. 536  Or shinswidder, even
2017-02-14  No. 537  Grease is the word
2017-02-15  No. 538  Many of you will need to change your passwords after reading this comic
2017-02-16  No. 539  He uses the very efficient tail-stroke
2017-02-17  No. 540  12. Level 3 pawn to King's #2 bishop-5.
2017-02-27  No. 541  The only animals that can give you the bird AND flipper you off
2017-02-28  No. 542  On the other hand, a T-Rump sounds delicious
2017-03-01  No. 543  Not sure how much weight you'd lose with all those toppings, but oh well...
2017-03-02  No. 544  T-Rex Simulator
2017-03-03  No. 545  LAX LAX Land is, on the other hand, a horror movie
2017-03-06  No. 546  It's hard keeping up this level of customer service
2017-03-07  No. 547  We missed a trick with Periodic Table: 33
2017-03-08  No. 548  Periodic Table: 47 Silver
2017-03-14  No. 549  Contents may vary from representation on packaging
2017-03-15  No. 550  You really need a straight man for this
2017-03-16  No. 551  Curses, foiled again!
2017-03-17  No. 552  Follow your ignorance
2017-03-20  No. 553  Get back to where you once belonged: the footpath!
2017-03-31  No. 554  The cast is die
2017-04-03  No. 555  All you can do is laugh....
2017-04-04  No. 556  A tempest in a teapot giant atmospheric system that affects everyone on the planet!
2017-04-06  No. 557  Hagrid probably uses INTERCAL
2017-04-07  No. 558  Surely you can't be serious
2017-04-11  No. 559  The other way to go Vegan is to travel to Vega
2017-04-12  No. 560  Periodic Table: 48 Cadmium
2017-04-13  No. 561  A thing happened, and then a thing happened
2017-04-14  No. 562  Both the Manx cat and the Isle of Man cabbage have no tails - whoa
2017-04-17  No. 563  Surely not!
2017-04-19  No. 564  The most important discussion of the day
2017-04-20  No. 565  This comic has made a lot of people very angry and been widely regarded as a bad move
2017-04-21  No. 566  How to get more satisfied customers!
2017-04-24  No. 567  Questionable content
2017-04-28  No. 568  Dinosaur Comics Club
2017-05-01  No. 569  Periodic Table: 49 Indium
2017-05-02  No. 570  It might be a minion of a pellagric vampire
2017-05-03  No. 571  I reckon I'd hang out and party with my past self, but my future self would just bore me
2017-05-04  No. 572  The pretzels aren't the only thing that's too salty...
2017-05-05  No. 573  We've picked on Canada, let's target another vaguely northern country
2017-05-09  No. 574  We'll keep this one breve
2017-05-10  No. 575  I'd like to have this magic potion on tap
2017-05-11  No. 576  Also: why everyone underestimates his power
2017-05-12  No. 577  David Attenborough is one of the most prolific writers
2017-05-15  No. 578  Thinking different
2017-05-17  No. 579  Periodic Table: 50 Tin
2017-05-18  No. 580  Did you know John Tyler used to renovate bathrooms?
2017-05-19  No. 581  Had your hart locked by Gilderoy?
2017-05-22  No. 582  It's a really long list...
2017-05-23  No. 583  You can pun, but you can't hide
2017-05-24  No. 584  Ye Olde Sequential Arte; Featuring Mr. T. Rex, esq.
2017-05-25  No. 585  Periodic Table: 51 Antimony
2017-05-26  No. 586  The trust of the collective
2017-05-29  No. 587  Method of indicating amusement
2017-05-31  No. 588  FAKE COMIC, will cost American jobs, very disappointing #covfefe
2017-06-05  No. 589  A Tale of Two Hunters
2017-06-13  No. 590  The staff are all Uber-mensch
2017-06-14  No. 591  Doing it by the numbers...
2017-06-15  No. 592  For want of a snail...
2017-06-16  No. 593  Re-Bleat performance
2017-06-21  No. 594  A Nobel cause
2017-06-22  No. 595  I tried it with nachos, but they were really sharp
2017-06-27  No. 596  Periodic Table: 52 Tellurium
2017-06-28  No. 597  You'll never guess what happens in the fourth panel
2017-06-29  No. 598  Either way, it's disturbing, really.
2017-06-30  No. 599  He was really keen to see the horses
2017-07-10  No. 600  Post-Canada Day
2017-07-11  No. 601  Monky business
2017-07-12  No. 602  Monky Business, part 2: Scriptorial Boogaloo
2017-07-13  No. 603  Monkey Business, part 3: The Search for Smock
2017-07-14  No. 604  Monky Business, part 4: Boast Protocol
2017-07-18  No. 605  Dinosaur Cømic_99327
2017-07-19  No. 606  Bleep of Faith
2017-07-20  No. 607  Jargoned diagram
2017-07-24  No. 608  Coco nuts
2017-07-25  No. 609  And the archangels are Jörg Sprave, Jenny Nicholson, Vanessa Hill, and Lauri Vuohensilta
2017-07-31  No. 610  Uh oh, this looks like treble
2017-08-01  No. 611  I'm having Nunavut
2017-08-02  No. 612  Total Eclipse of the Get Off My Lawn!
2017-08-03  No. 613  Spoilers: Everybody Dies
2017-08-07  No. 614  Getting all emojional
2017-08-08  No. 615  Periodic Table: 53 Iodine
2017-08-09  No. 616  Unsolicitations
2017-08-15  No. 617  As far as they're concerned, self-driving cars are already here
2017-08-16  No. 618  And you get 3 wishes! And you get 3 wishes! Everyone gets 3 wishes!
2017-08-17  No. 619  Doing his bit for exposing poverty and injustice in the world
2017-08-18  No. 620  Total Yclept