Belgian company Cartamundi released a couple of card games inspired by Jurassic World. They’re part of their Shuffle brand that has a number of licensed card games. Continue reading
Jurassic Park fans know that Barbasol has a strong association with the brand. It was one of their cans after all that was used to smuggle the dinosaur embryos of the island in the first Jurassic Park film. Now 25 years later, they’re once again attached to the franchise. Continue reading
Check out these two awesome items by Joy Toy, a European company that produces all kinds of licensed products.
Mattel’s Jurassic World: Legacy Collection line features all kinds of action figures, dinosaurs and vehicles from the first three Jurassic Park films. Continue reading
Mattel is doing an amazing job so far with their Jurassic World toy line. But nobody’s perfect. Sometimes a production error slips through quality control and can have some funny results… Continue reading
Mattel isn’t shying away from bringing some off-screen dinosaurs back to life. Continue reading
Mattel pulled out all the stops when they took over the Jurassic World license from Hasbro. A lot of fans were skeptical. But the turnout is fantastic. Continue reading
When Hasbro didn’t release no movie inspired action figures in their 2015 Jurassic World line, fans were disappointed. They tried to set things right when they released their Owen “Alpha” and Velociraptor “Blue” set, but that figure lacked character. Continue reading
Mattel released two story packs: Gyrosphere & Claire and Velociraptor “Blue” & Owen. Continue reading
Mattel follows Hasbro’s example by releasing dinosaur blind bags. These bags contain a random plastic dinosaur from the Jurassic Park universe. Continue reading
The Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom toys are slowly showing up in stores all around the world. Continue reading
Universal Studios just made the announcement we’ve all been waiting for! June 22 2018 will be the day we’re all flocking to the movie theatre for the sequel to Jurassic World.