Prehistoric Times – For Collectors of Dinosaur Models and So Much More..
Prehistoric Times, published by Mike Fredericks is the magazine for dinosaur enthusiasts and collectors of related prehistoric animal merchandise. Each near 60 page, full colour issue is jam packed with reviews of the latest prehistoric animal model kits, figures, books and so much more. The magazine features interviews with artists and scientists, artwork from world renowned palaeoartists (Mike Fredericks is a really good artist as well, he helped us with our 2008 calendar which is due out shortly); plus information on the latest scientific discoveries.
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Prehistoric Times Magazine
Mike is based in California and is the editor and publisher of Prehistoric Times. As a boy he loved collecting dinosaur models and he had his love of dinosaurs reawakened when he purchased a small dinosaur model collection on a visit to a local antique shop. In 1993, Mike founded Prehistoric Times magazine with his friend and fellow collector Riff Smith. Unfortunately, Riff passed away suddenly on May 21st this year. He suffered a fatal heart attack. Although, the Everything Dinosaur team never had the chance to work with Riff his enthusiasm and sense of humour was well known amongst the dinosaur enthusiast fraternity.
We first came across Mike nearly ten years ago, through a mutual acquaintance Dana Cain, who along with Mike published a book on Dinosaur Collectibles. Our copy of this book sits on a shelf in our office, it is surrounded by lots of other books on dinosaurs and prehistoric animals that team members have collected over the years.
Mike is also a freelance writer, he has a number of major credits to his name, most of them to do with dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals. Prehistoric Times goes from strength to strength, issues are purchased by subscribers from all over the world. We subscribe and we have never had a problem receiving our copies. Everything Dinosaur staff have even contributed the odd article and picture from time to time.
If you want to keep up with the fascinating subject of dinosaur memorabilia and also read a digest of the latest palaeontological discoveries then this is the magazine for you.