Did you know you can find Jurassic Toys on Mastodon? Mastodon is a decentralized social media platform that allows users to create their own communities, or “instances,” and interact with others through the use of “toots,” which are similar to tweets on Twitter. The platform is built on open-source software, which means that anyone can run their own instance and set their own rules and moderation policies. As a user of Mastodon, you have the ability to create your own account and interact with others on the platform. To find Jurassic Toys on Mastodon, you can simply search for @email@example.com…
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Big milestone for Jurassic Toys – The MuseumPosted on — Leave a comment
Jurassic Toys was always intended from the start 20 years ago to be a website where I could display my Jurassic Park collection, giving everyone around the world the opportunity to get to look into my Jurassic life. With the launch of Jurassic Toys – The Museum, I finally achieved everything I wanted from my website: give the visitors the possibility to browse the collection the way they want: sort by movie, manufacturer, release year, subline, toy type and so on. However, registering and photographing over 1100 objects takes some time, but a major milestone has now been reached! Over…
Mattel’s short lived 6” linePosted on — Leave a comment
Mattel’s Jurassic World Amber collection was a line of collectible figures based on the Jurassic Park and Jurassic World franchises. The collection was released in a limited run and quickly became a sought-after item among fans of the franchise and collectors. The collection featured a variety of dinosaurs and characters from the movies. The figures were highly detailed and accurately sculpted, making them a great addition to any Jurassic fan’s collection. Each figure also came with a stand, so you could display them in your home or office. The collection included some of the most iconic dinosaurs from the franchise…
10K Jurassic fans on YoutubePosted on — Leave a comment
Jurassic Toys came to be in 2002 and has since then captured the imagination of Jurassic fans around the world. To reach even more fans, Jurassic Toys can be found on numerous social media platforms, including Youtube. Today, we reached a huge milestone. In less than a couple of months, over 10.000 fans have already subscribed to the channel. Content includes unboxing videos, reviews and the ever popular toy store tours from all over Europe. Like & subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/jurassictoys
Welcome to Jurassic WorldPosted on — Leave a comment
Jurassic World hit theaters in 2015. It was the long awaited sequel to Jurassic Park III which came out 14 years earlier. Alongside the movie release, a huge amount of merchandising was unleashed upon the world. Hasbro, which had been producing Jurassic Park toys since 1993, continued doing so for the new movie. Unfortunately, many fans have dismissed Hasbro’s 2015 line. Critical fans have pointed out poor material quality and paint finishing, off-brand sculpts and visible screw holes. What are your thought about Hasbro’s Jurassic World toys? Let us know in the comments below. Check out the good, the bad…
Don’t miss any Jurassic Toys updatesPosted on — Leave a comment
Do you want to stay up to date with all the Jurassic Park and Jurassic World objects that are added to the online collection? Then give the @jurassicmuseum account on Twitter a follow! https://twitter.com/jurassicmuseum
Welcome to the Jurassic Park III collectionPosted on — Leave a comment
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.
Celebrating the 25th anniversary of The Lost WorldPosted on — Leave a comment
Today marks the day that The Lost World: Jurassic Park was released to the general public in 1997. In honour of this milestone, over 60 items from the 1997 movie that are in the Jurassic Toys collection have been uploaded to the online database for all to see and enjoy! Celebrate along by visiting the collection page here.