Turok

Turok is a fictional American comic book character initially in comics from Western Publishing published through licensee Dell Comics. He first appeared in Four Color Comics #596 (October/November 1954), then graduated to his own title, Turok, Son of Stone. Gold Key Comics, Valiant Comics and Dark Horse Comics later published the character.

Read more about Turok:  Fictional Character Biography, Collected Editions

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