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
Carnoraptor is yet another slightly altered dinosaur from the Jurassic World Bashers & Biters line. Continue reading
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
Check out my latest addition to my collection! I got these from Amazon and had them shipped all the way to Belgium. Continue reading
Behold the latest addition to my collection: a MIB Jurassic Park III Raptor Attack Playset. Continue reading
This Velociraptor pack was sold in the US as a Target exclusive. The Blue figure was not released before and features a light up skin pattern by using the included LED light. Continue reading
Back in 1997, Nestlé Europe gave away some very nice fossil replicas in their cereal, including Cheerios. 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.
My latest eBay purchases are these two: Triceratops and Velociraptor from the 1999 Jurassic Park: Dinosaurs line.
I got them from 2 separate auctions and probably overpaid slightly, but you don’t find them MOC that often any more. These are actually my first MOC JP: Dinosaurs, because at that time I decided to invest in the older Jurassic Park toys that were never released here in Belgium, like the Gallimimus, Capture Cruiser and Utahraptor.
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.
LEGO’s all into using IP’s these days for its toy releases. Can you imagine walking into a toy store and not seeing a LEGO set based on Disney, Marvel, DC or Star Wars? And now there are even (very popular) Jurassic World sets.