Character sourced from: Comic Books

Turok the Dinosaur Hunter

CBUB Wins: 3
CBUB Losses: 5
Win Percentage: 37.50%

Added by: r.m

Read more about Turok the Dinosaur Hunter at: Wikipedia

Official Site: RandomHouse

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 and Valiant Comics later published the character.

The original comic was illustrated by Rex Maxon. The writer-creator credit for the characters of Turok and Andar is disputed, with historians citing Matthew H. Murphy, Gaylord Du Bois and Paul S. Newman as the feature's earliest writers.

The Western Publishing version of Turok was a pre-Columbian Native American who, along with his brother Andar, became trapped in an isolated valley populated by dinosaur, which they refer to by their most obvious characteristics

(Tyrannosaurs are called "Runners", Pterosaur are called "Flyers", Velociraptors are "Screamers", Plesiosaurs are "Sea Demons", Triceratops are "Rammers", etc.). The Du Bois stories involve Turok and Andar seeking a way out. Du Bois was influenced by his visits to Carlsbad Caverns New Mexico and developed the "Lost Valley" from his visits to the area.

No match records for this character.

Regular play Record:

Result Opponent A Score   B Score
Win Reptile (Mortal Kombat) 53 to 39
Loss Stormtroopers 13 to 14
Loss Stormtroopers 12 to 14
Loss Tarzan 14 to 15
Loss Specimen 6 (Alien) 10 to 16
Loss Dark Predator 8 to 14
Win Future Predators 11 to 4
Win Jungle Hunter (Predator) 7 to 5