Welcome to the Jurassic Park III collection

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In 2001 Joe Johnston’s sequel to Jurassic Park and The Lost World was released upon the world. Love it or hate it, it’s part of the Jurassic universe and there’s obviously lots of merchandising involved. To celebrate Jurassic June, over 50 objects from the Jurassic Park III movie have been added to the Jurassic Toys online museum ranging from the Animatronic Spinosaurus to Tapejara. Check it out here. More objects from Jurassic Park III and the other Jurassic films and sublines will be uploaded soon.

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What’s in the Fanattik mystery box?

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DNA Excavation Zone key ring, Silver plated Welcome gates, Park Ranger Service Award, Jurassic Park Barbasol pin and Velociraptor claw pins #reclame To celebrate the first day of Jurassic June, I’m unboxing a new Jurassic mystery box, prodived by Fanattic! They are THE British manufacturer of movie memorabilia and collectibles, who were kind enough to send a mystery box filled with amazing Jurassic Park and Jurassic World merchandising. One of the great “lines” of Jurassic merchandise that Fanattic has been putting out for quite some time are “expanded universe” items, like the very well known golden and silver park tickets.…

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New limited edition Jurassic busts are coming

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Fanattik, a company that should ring a bell if you’re a Jurassic fan, is releasing two busts inspired by T-Rex from Jurassic Park and Blue from Jurassic World. The company is most known for their wonderful posters, keychains and expanded universe Jurassic merchandise like the golden Jurassic Park and Jurassic World tickets. This time they’ve taken it a step further by producing their first Jurassic busts, each hand painted and measuring about 15cm high. They are both limited editions with only 1993 being produced of the T-Rex and 2015 of Blue. The busts are up for pre-order on the Fanattik…

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Well, there it is…

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Mattel Creations released its latest Convention-exclusive Jurassic Park figure earlier this week. The previous years we got the limited editions of John Hammond, Dennis Nedry and Ray Arnold. In 2022, Mattel turned the iconic image of Dr. Ian Malcolm laying bare chested and wounded in the Jurassic Park control room in an exclusive toy version. He’s packed in the faux book that the character wrote after the Jurassic Park and The Lost World events. It appeared briefly as a prop in the Jurassic World control room. Source: Mattel Creations Mattel made the perfect description for this limited edition figure which…

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Opening a mystery box from the USA

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My good friend Tim over at Collect Jurassic was kind enough to send me some Mattel Jurassic World items that are a bit harder to track down here in Belgium. I had a good time opening this box and checking out all the great new toys that Mattel is putting out for the Jurassic World Dominion movie and the past movies as well through the Legacy line. Check out the unboxing video here: https://youtu.be/LUVEOurrwxY

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Relic from the past…

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Last month I went for a Jurassic World Dominion toy hunt recently at a nearby toy shop. While they didn’t have that much toys from Mattel’s new toy line, I did manage to find something quite particular. Hidden behind the Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous Extreme Damage T-Rex, there was a toy figure that will make many Jurassic fans shudder by just the looks at it. Hasbro has been releasing the Jurassic toys since 1993, starting with the original Jurassic Park film through their Kenner branch which they took over in 1991. The Kenner line is still being praised today for…

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Jurassic World Dominion Barbasol cans

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Since the release of the first Jurassic Park movie, Barbasol and the Jurassic Universe are intertwined forever. Dennis Nedry tried to smuggle dinosaur embryos in a modified Barbasol can out of the Jurassic Park laboratory. After getting a run in with a Dilophosaurus, tthere was no happy end for Nedry’s story arc. The Barbasol can disappeared under a thick layer of mud while the Spitter divoured the InGen computer programmer. Now almost 30 years later, THAT Barbasol can resurfaced in stores with a special edition release among other designs inspired by Jurassic World. https://www.instagram.com/p/CdK–Brq9i_/ This is the third time that…

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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Barbasol cans

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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Barbasol

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.  For the release of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Barbasol is releasing cans with images from the 2018 blockbuster. They surprised me with (empty) cans of their Sensitive Skin shaving foam with the Indoraptor image and the Soothing Aloe with Blue’s image. In 2015, similar cans were produced for the first Jurassic…

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