I heard an intriguing rumor about Season 4 of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous. It has been implied that the campers will somehow end up on Isla Sorna AKA Site B. That is when the Spinosaurus from Jurassic Park 3 will return and confront the campers. I certainly hope this rumor is true because we have not seen this animal in 20 years. I also hope we will see it in Jurassic World: Dominion next year.
While writing The Kaligen Experiment, I decided to do something that has not been done very often in the dinosaur genre. I decided to make one of my fictional dinosaurs a species of Therizinosaurus. It will have the same basic body design of Therizinosaurus, but it will have a number of features and traits that make it stand out of the crowd. I have done this because I do not think that Therizinosaurs get enough spotlight compared to other dinosaurs.
Throughout my science classes in elementary school, I was taught the six stages of every experiment: the question, the research, the hypothesis, the experiment, the analysis, and the conclusion. As such, the plot of The Kaligen Experiment will be divided into six acts, each one named after a certain stage in an experiment. The story will start with the question and end with the conclusion.
“Time? What time do you think we have?”
Saruman the White, The Fellowship of the Ring
The following contains spoilers from chapter 328 of My Hero Academia. You have been warned.
The latest chapter of My Hero Academia reveals that the situation regarding Tomura Shigaraki is a lot worse than we thought. The intel Stain provided to the superheroes included information about a signal that was being transmitted between All For One’s vestige in Shigaraki and All For One himself during the Tartarus Prison breakout. When analyzed, this signal revealed that Shigaraki needed 38 days to reach his full potential; not two months. Based on the amount of time that has passed since the Tartarus Prison breakout, it has been deduced that Shigaraki will reach his full power at 100% in THREE DAYS!!!
Now, All For One’s plan is starting to make sense. While he and Shigaraki were in hiding, All For One made his assassins think that Shigaraki would be complete in two months. While being interrogated, Doctor Ujiko said the same thing. The assassins were given this “intel” in order to give the superheroes a false lead to follow. Ujiko lied to the authorities because of his undying loyalty to All For One, which outweighed anything the authorities could threaten him with. Since the superheroes were led to believe that they had two months to find and stop Shigaraki and All For One, they were under the false impression that they had enough time to get that done. Instead, they wasted an entire month on a wild goose chase, which gave Shigaraki the time he needed to finish his metamorphosis. By the time the superheroes learned this, it is too late.
The grim truth is that the superheroes have effectively run out of time trying to find and stop Shigaraki. Even if they could find him in time, Shigaraki would be between 98 to 99 percent complete, which is far more powerful than he was during the Paranormal Liberation War. All they can do is spend the next three days making any last minute preparations for Shigaraki’s awakening. All of Japan must brace for impact as the ultimate supervillain starts to awaken in three short days.