Submit a review

Want to contribute to The Dinosaur Toy Blog? We’re always looking for reviews from readers and appreciate each one!

Please see existing reviews as a guideline for general article format, quality, and length. All accepted authors will be credited, so please start your review with a separate sentence as follows: Review and photogrpahs by “your name here”. When you are ready, please send your dinosaur toy review together with at least three clear photographs of the figure (resized to 700px wide) to dinotoyblog@gmail.com. Please use the following format in the email subject: “Guest review – [dinosaur name here], [company name here]”

Authors of multiple guest articles will be invited to appear on the Guest Authors page and may eventually be invited to become an author proper, with an account to post blog entries themselves.

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5 Responses to Submit a review

  1. I have just today picked up some of the new and redo painted Schieich dinos and was not really happy.Their new T-rex design is good size works with Papo and CollectA but they have down sized some of the figures more than half.The repainted ones are more than that their resized.I did pick up the apatosuarus the new color is nice but it is one that is more than half sized down.Should have left it alone.I had to really think on it,I figured it could be a more detailed young one.But now I don’t think I will get anymore from them.Its sad to see this,another ending of a good thing.Not to say they wont turn out good items,oh well.

  2. Iwould like to buy one of those big dinosaurs for my boy.

  3. richard mirissis

    why does the papo spinosaur become sticky after a while?-can’t clean it off ! does anyone know how i can get rid of this problem??

  4. Alan Whitehouse

    Hi! Just found and browsed the excellent site! One suggestion…! Could an indication of scale/size be included in the title? (name + maker + scale/size). I’m one who likes models to be a uniform scale – c 1:40 – 1:45 or so (eg old Carnegie models!). Where makers have produced models of small dinosaurs in larger scales, or, smaller scale series, things can get confusing, especially if you add less well-known dinosaurs without any size indicator! If the scale is not known, perhaps vertical height plus nose to tail length could be given?

    Not meant as a complaint or great criticism of an excellent reference site! Alan

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