This Velociraptor is a re-release of the original Velociraptor that came out as part of the Jurassic Park toy line back in the early ’90s. Continue reading
The Empire Magazine featured The Lost World: Jurassic Park on the cover of their August 1997 issue. They covered the upcoming movie in a lengthy article with lots of photos. Continue reading
This is my first copy of Michael Crichton’s The Lost World. I got it from a local bookshop when it was first released around 1995. Continue reading
These eggs by Tombola released in 1997 in different countries around the world. The package was distinctively The Lost World themed with its green tones, the T-Rex head and the black and yellow danger banner. Continue reading
Microverse was a line created by Kenner/Hasbro in 1996 to compete with the popular Micro Machines (which is now part of Hasbro). A few sets based on The Lost World were released in 1997. Continue reading
Back in 1997, Nestlé Europe gave away some very nice fossil replicas in their cereal, including Cheerios. Continue reading
Hasbro doesn’t have a good track record when it comes to releasing toys based on female leads from various movie franchises (they seem to fix this though with the new wave of Star Wars toy line). Jurassic Park is no exception. Continue reading
These The Lost World themed dinosaur eggs were released in 1997 by Topps, the company that brought us the Jurassic Park and The Lost World trading cards, as well as the official comic books. Continue reading
Back in 1997 lots of companies wanted to have their brand associated with the Jurassic Park sequel. Even a big Belgian laundry detergent brand called Dixan jumped on the hype train. Continue reading
Kenner released a few Velociraptors as part of the “The Lost World: Jurassic Park” line but the Cyclops Raptor is probably the most remarkable one.
I’ve been a dinosaur fan since I was a little kid. When Jurassic Park got released when I was 12 years old, my whole world got turned upside down. I started asking Jurassic Park toys, at first just to play with, but not long after I grew out of my “playing phase” and started collecting. That’s why the early toys I got are still in pretty good condition.
The Jurassic Park series 2 Carnosaurus is one of the most popular Jurassic Park toys ever. They are very hard to find and when they do pop up on eBay, you’ll have to check your Paypal balance before hitting that “buy-it-now” button…
The electronic Velociraptor from the The Lost World: Jurassic Park was released in selected countries along with the electronic Parasaurolophus.
In my opinion this is one weird looking Velociraptor. Almost everything about it is out of proportion. It’s legs are too short, the arms are too long and it’s body is way too big. The colours are completely off as well.
Last week while I was putting the last stickers in my Jurassic World sticker album, I suddenly remembered I never completed my The Lost World: Jurassic Park album. Apparently I was too late to order the missing stickers from Merlin back in the day because I got a letter back from the Merlin company that they no longer had any TLW stickers on stock, so they send me stickers from The Smurfs (yes really) instead…
The Parasaurolophus is an electronic dinosaur from the The Lost World: Jurassic Park toy line.
The sculpt of the Parasaurolophus is probably the best sculpt of the entire 1997 toy line. It looks almost exactly the same as it looks like in the movie.
The Dino Tracker Adventure Set was released in 1997 as a Walmart exclusive in the United States. It’s part of the The Lost World – Jurassic Park line and it features the relatively unknown creatures Estemmenosuchus (yes, that is a spelling error on the package) and Scutosaurus.