These Hero Mashers by Hasbro are the latest additions to my collection. I was able to purchase these (once again) at the ‘Kruidvat’ drugstore chain here in Belgium for just 4.99 EUR each. Continue reading Jurassic World Hero Mashers
I found these these 3 Jurassic World plush dinosaurs at my local drugstore “Kruidvat” earlier today. Continue reading Jurassic World plush dinosaurs
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 Microverse T-Rex Trap micro playset
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 Hasbro’s Jurassic Park ladies
One of the Jurassic World wave 3 toys is the repainted T-Rex. On the promotional artwork released by Hasbro, the Rex sported an almost fluorescent green color. It quickly gained the nickname Mountain Dew Rex. Continue reading Jurassic World “Mountain Dew” T-Rex
Yesterday I went to a couple of toy stores to add some new stuff to my Jurassic Park collection.
First I got Echo for 11,50 euros (cashier tried to overcharge me on this one, but failed as hard as Hoskins failed with sweet talking Delta) and the Jada RC Jeep Wrangler (which looks AWESOME) for 29,99 euros. They also had the diecast and RC Mercedes from Jada, but I’ve skipped on those two for now.