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Re: Papo 2020
« Reply #20 on: November 28, 2019, 08:21:57 PM »
I would be very surprised if number 2 wasn't Stygimoloch.

At least we finally have something, even if it isn't much to go by. Hopefully after the Papo Spinosaurus is released we'll get proper reveals of whatever these are supposed to be.
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Re: Papo 2020
« Reply #21 on: November 28, 2019, 08:32:20 PM »

I hope it is a Giganotosaurus, it is safer a Stygimoloch and the orange I create a plateosaurus, lurdusaurus or I hope it is a gallimimus

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Re: Papo 2020
« Reply #22 on: November 28, 2019, 08:34:03 PM »
Well I hope this year is better than last...I'm assuming we'll be getting the usual 6 figures I just hope half of them aren't repaints like last year when everyone lost hope after seeing only two new figures and three repaints lol

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Re: Papo 2020
« Reply #23 on: November 28, 2019, 09:17:22 PM »
and it looks somewhat upright to me? Like it really looks like it's in one of those reared roaring poses.
Yes, it looks so.

The orange one looks like a dryosaurus or hypsilophodon. Neck it's to thick and short to be gallimimus (I hope it's not).
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Re: Papo 2020
« Reply #24 on: November 28, 2019, 09:41:00 PM »
I have no idea of ​​two figures. The first looks like a tyrannosaurus rex (new version) or perhaps another relative of tyrannosaurus rex, for example tarbosaurus. If it were decent and outstanding, it would occupy the position on the shelves of the collectors or share a place on the shelves with the tarbosaurus of Favorite. I do not think that unfortunately it is a giganotosaurus does not look like it.

The second is clearly a stygimoloch inspired by the stygimoloch of the JW movie (latest movie). I think that's something clear.

The third toy dinosaur figure can be a herbivore or even an omnivore, but I don't have the slightest idea to which dinosaur the image of the third photograph represents, and the same as that of the first photograph. They are all guesses.

Knowing Papo I would not be surprised if the first figure was a tyrannosaurus rex, it reminds me a lot of the vinyl version that I am lucky to have on my shelves of the gigantic tyrannosaurus of PNSO, but it is a simple assumption. It reminds me of that photographic fragment of the PNSO tyrannosaurus vinyl and even reminds of the Rebor tyrannosaurus rex of the same material that will be marketed.

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Re: Papo 2020
« Reply #25 on: November 29, 2019, 01:05:42 AM »
Was hoping they'd do a Sinoceratops, but oh well.
#2 is going to be boring as ever if it's yet another JW-clone Stygimoloch. Is the JW stygi really that popular with dinosaur fans?

The rest of them peak my interest. I hope #1 isn't in a painful outlandish pose like the Pentaceratops is in... but knowing Papo, it'll probably be in such a pose, a shame. Would be really cool if they shook things up and made a Zhuchengtyrannus, or even a Tarbosaurus for once.
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Re: Papo 2020
« Reply #26 on: November 29, 2019, 01:25:21 AM »
#2 is going to be boring as ever if it's yet another JW-clone Stygimoloch. Is the JW stygi really that popular with dinosaur fans?

^This.

If I wanted a Jurassic clone, I'd pick up a Nanmu or W-Dragon figure. With some places charging anywhere from $40-$50 for some Papo figures now, those wouldn't be much of a leap.


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Re: Papo 2020
« Reply #27 on: November 29, 2019, 01:37:35 AM »
Could you imagine if it turned out to be a Plateosaurus? I don't see it but you never know. All I'm getting from it and the theropod are that they aren't the big figures so my best guess on that might be a Tarbo like suspsy something tells me it is.

Maybe itís a baby (not mini) Giganotosaurus 2020 😂

I don't think I could handle being trolled that hard by Papo 😂

What if Papo decided to take a page out of CollectA's book and produced a Giganotosaurus Corpse with a couple of gigantic sauropod footprint impressions on its crushed body?
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Re: Papo 2020
« Reply #28 on: November 29, 2019, 01:47:24 AM »
What if Papo decided to take a page out of CollectA's book and produced a Giganotosaurus Corpse with a couple of gigantic sauropod footprint impressions on its crushed body?

Maybe its just because I find Giganotosaurus to be incredibly uninteresting and over-hyped, but, I would find that incredibly funny.

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Re: Papo 2020
« Reply #29 on: November 29, 2019, 02:33:38 AM »
So hyped for a new giganotosaurus!


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Re: Papo 2020
« Reply #30 on: November 29, 2019, 03:20:42 AM »
Could you imagine if it turned out to be a Plateosaurus? I don't see it but you never know. All I'm getting from it and the theropod are that they aren't the big figures so my best guess on that might be a Tarbo like suspsy something tells me it is.

Maybe itís a baby (not mini) Giganotosaurus 2020 😂

I don't think I could handle being trolled that hard by Papo 😂

What if Papo decided to take a page out of CollectA's book and produced a Giganotosaurus Corpse with a couple of gigantic sauropod footprint impressions on its crushed body?

I think a baby Giga is a wonderful idea and should be definitely explored in the event that such a thought would come to mind from Papo.

 Anything but a dead Giga  :'(

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Re: Papo 2020
« Reply #31 on: November 29, 2019, 03:21:45 AM »
So hyped for a new giganotosaurus!

I'm curious as to what makes you think we will get a Giga this year  ???

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Re: Papo 2020
« Reply #32 on: November 29, 2019, 03:30:44 AM »
What if Papo decided to take a page out of CollectA's book and produced a Giganotosaurus Corpse with a couple of gigantic sauropod footprint impressions on its crushed body?

Maybe its just because I find Giganotosaurus to be incredibly uninteresting and over-hyped, but, I would find that incredibly funny.

I'd buy a toy like that in an instant. ;D
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Re: Papo 2020
« Reply #33 on: November 29, 2019, 03:43:42 AM »
So hyped for a new giganotosaurus!

I'm curious as to what makes you think we will get a Giga this year  ???

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« Last Edit: November 29, 2019, 03:54:48 AM by Stegotyranno »


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Re: Papo 2020
« Reply #34 on: November 29, 2019, 06:33:50 AM »
What I hope
Carnivore: Allosaur or Megalosaurid(hoping for a Giganotosaurine)
Long neck: Prosauropod or out dated Deinocheirus
Spikes(Stygimoloch or Dracorex)
What do you thinj


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Re: Papo 2020
« Reply #35 on: November 29, 2019, 08:25:46 AM »
What I hope
Carnivore: Allosaur or Megalosaurid(hoping for a Giganotosaurine)
Long neck: Prosauropod or out dated Deinocheirus
Spikes(Stygimoloch or Dracorex)
What do you thinj

It could be although until we see the full photos of the promotional figures of Papo's toy they are all speculations. I would like a deinocheirus with an acceptable size that competes with the figures of Safari and the collecta deinocheirus or even a gigantoraptor instead of a prosauropod the gigantoraptor is one of my many favorite dinosaur figures and very underrated in the toy market and the that exist with quite insufficient size for me, taking into account the considerable size of this Cretaceous dinosaur species.

A giganotosaurus by Papo and well sculpted would be interesting on the part of Papo is a highly anticipated figure for me.

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Re: Papo 2020
« Reply #36 on: November 29, 2019, 09:38:30 AM »
Iím happy to finally see some news about Papoís upcoming releases! Iím really curious to see the entire figures!
Hereís my bets:

-Dinosaur 1: Itís almost certainly some kind of Tyrannosaur. Probably it will be a ďscientificĒ (if thatís possible) T-Rex, but itís also likely that itís a Tarbosaurus, as other members noted. Itís just me or the figureí arm look really weird? If it was just for it I would had bet a Mononychus-like animal.

-Dinosaur 2: Itís without any doubt a Stigymoloch. Iím personally happy of it, especially if itís Jw inspired.

-Dinosaur 3: in my opinion itís almost certainly some kind of sauropod/prosauropod (Mussaurus or Plateosaurus would be particularly welcome), because of the legís shape.

I think a baby Giga is a wonderful idea and should be definitely explored in the event that such a thought would come to mind from Papo.

 Anything but a dead Giga  :'(

I agree with you on both points! Iíve never been a fan of dinosaur corpses, and I would also like a ďscientificĒ baby Spinosaurus, in scale with the upcoming adult one. Also the baby Giganotosaurus that you mentioned would be great!

Anyways, any kind of figure from Papo for me is more than welcome (as with almost all the other brands)!

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Re: Papo 2020
« Reply #37 on: November 29, 2019, 11:55:21 AM »
I agree with you on that @Killekor

I've personally loved the jw stygy so I assumed Papo would make one given JWFK had given the lil guy the spotlight at the end.

Tarbo seems likely maybe because it would go nicely with the Theri in a very oddly posed diorama maybe at least that's the most logical thing right now.

And as others have noted the third could be a Plateosaurus but I'm banking on Dryosaurus but it's not easy to tell.

Aside from all the speculation two of these seem like small figures while the theropod seems like medium size so that leaves us with the main attraction of the 2020 releases to be even teased yet and ofcourse some repaints as is always with Papo.

I probably won't post past this until more has been revealed but I'm hoping I'm right and we get one more surprise like the Spino last year. I'm banking on a Giganotosaurus or a feathered T Rex for 2020. Given the interview with Mr.Seo a few years back every dinosaur he mentioned had now been released but the Giga which was waiting approval from Papo so maybe this is it.
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« Reply #38 on: November 29, 2019, 11:00:54 PM »

Tarbo seems likely maybe because it would go nicely with the Theri in a very oddly posed diorama maybe at least that's the most logical thing right now.


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Re: Papo 2020
« Reply #39 on: November 30, 2019, 01:12:47 AM »
Thereís something I donít understand on the orange one.. on the light colored part there is something that, when I saw for the first time, I thought it looked like an octopusí suction cups... but then I got concerned because that could also be the skin folds as we see on the Amargasaurus and the Polacanthus.. Could that be the return of the ďother sculptorĒ? :-\