All reviews by Fembrogon

Tarbosaurus (Soft Model 2020 by Favorite Co. Ltd.)

Although the “Asian Tyrannosaurus” is less famous than its American counterpart, the genus has been getting more attention recently, including this brand-new figure for Favorite’s Soft Model line.

Trachodon AKA Edmontosaurus (Dinoland by Sinclair)

Sinclair’s Trachodon captures a moment of history in dinosaur pop culture and science which is gradually growing farther and farther away, but its imagery remains pervasively iconic.

Triceratops (Animal Adventure/ANIA by Takara Tomy)

Triceratops is one of those dinosaurs too iconic for manufacturers to leave out of any toy line, yet it also can easily fall victim to old stereotypes.

Triceratops (Dinoland by Sinclair)

The Sinclair Triceratops might look quaint to collectors spoiled modern toy brands, but it’s a very charming little model that’s capably made for its time.

Triceratops Plush (Kohl’s/Yottoy)

This cheap plush toy certainly won’t win any top 10 lists for quality restorations, but it’s plenty charming for what it is; how could you say no to this sweet little three-horned face?

Tyrannosaurus (3D Print by Mike Eischen)

This unique independently-produced model is a delightful throwback to older days of dinosaur art and collecting.

Tyrannosaurus rex (Dinoland by Sinclair)

Sinclair’s unique figurine was probably one of the finest renditions of the tyrant lizard king a child could ever hope to own in 1964, and remains a fine piece of vintage even today.

Tyrannosaurus rex (Large Sue Plush 2018 by Wild Republic)

This solidly-built stuffed toy represents The Field Museum’s star dinosaur attraction at its latest, biggest and best.

Velociraptor “Delta” (Amber Legacy Collection by Mattel)

Delta is a solid action figure in a market that’s rather lacking in articulated options, although a few more fine touches would help distinguish the figure better from others in this line.

Velociraptor (male, JPIII – Amber Collection by Mattel)

Mattel’s rocky Amber Collection at least goes out on a bang with one of the most anticipated dinosaur designs from the Jurassic Park franchise.

Wuerhosaurus (Vitae)

We don’t know exactly what this fragmentary stegosaur looked like, Vitae’s model is well-detailed and adequately accurate for our current understanding.

Z-Cardz Dinosaurs Series 1 (California Creations)

A relic of toy trends from the 2000s, these cheap assembled models make for a decent little novelty item, as long as you’re delicate with them.

Z-Cardz Dinosaurs Series 2 (California Creations)

The second set of dinosaurs in the Z-Cardz line reveals some surprising and questionable choices going on in the lineup for these little collectibles.

Z-Cardz Prehistoric Series 1 (California Creations)

The models in this set are a nice set of famous or classic prehistoric genera, but they definitely leave a lot to be desired as interesting renditions of said animals.

Z-Cardz Prehistoric Series 2 (California Creations)

Despite only featuring dinosaurs, this set still offers an interesting variety of genera; but how well do the designs hold up?