T-Rex Lockdown is a playset featuring the Jurassic World gate and a Tyrannosaurus Rex figure. The set is clearly inspired by the Jurassic Park III Raptor Attack set, which in return re-used the accessoires of the Jurassic Park Command Compound from 1993.
Ceratosaurus is part of the Jurassic World wave 2 line. Although this dinosaur didn’t appear in Jurassic World, it had a small cameo in Jurassic Park III. There are some design elements and colours that are very similar to the Jurassic Park III version of this dinosaur.
Dilophosaurus is one of my favorite Jurassic Park characters. I see her as the Boba Fett of the Jurassic Park Cinematic Universe. Unfortunately she only appeared in the first movie and had a small cameo in Jurassic World. But that didn’t stop Hasbro from producing different toys based on Dilophosaurus since 1993.
Thanks to that small cameo, Hasbro went ahead with a whole new sculpt for their Growlers line.
I know it’s not complete yet, but I’m getting there… Definitely need to add the Stomp and Strike T-Rex (which is supposed to be released next week here in Belgium), the LEGO T-Rex Tracker set and the two big Mercedes vehicles from Jada Toys.
Look what recently came in the mail! Finally got my first set from the 2013 “Dino Showdown” line.
This Pteranodon is part of the Jurassic Park: Dinosaurs toy line from 1999. In fact it’s one of the few I own from that line and it’s not even in its package (I’m a vivid “mint in box” collector). It came with a big lot I purchased years ago.
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.