The Very First Edition of “Prehistoric Times”
“Prehistoric Times” First Edition
Two years ago, Everything Dinosaur was informed that Aardman Animations, the company behind such iconic characters as Wallace & Gromit, Shaun the Sheep and films such as “Arthur Christmas”, had approached our chum Mike Fredericks, the editor of the quarterly magazine “Prehistoric Times” to request permission to utilise his magazine in a forthcoming movie. The film entitled “Early Man” was premiered in the UK last month and is due to be released in the United States later this week.
A Still from the Animated Film “Early Man” Showing the Prehistoric Times
Picture Credit: © 2018 Studiocanal S.A.S. and The British Film Institute
Everything Dinosaur contacted Aardman Animations and they very kindly agreed to release a still from the movie, showing one of the lead characters, Lord Nooth, the greedy leader of the Bronze Age folk, voiced by British actor Tom Hiddleston, perusing an edition of “The Prehistoric Times”.
The modern version of “Prehistoric Times” (an unintended oxymoron), is a quarterly publication which has been in circulation for more than a decade, but clearly the magazine was popular much earlier. From this evidence, it seems that this magazine has been in vogue since the New Stone Age.
For further information about “Prehistoric Times” – the quarterly, not the scroll version: Prehistoric Times Magazine
You can even read it in the bath should you wish to do so, although the prehistoric Wild Boar is optional.