Brand: Happinet

Review: Futabasaurus (Happinet)

4 (5 votes)

Review and images by PhilSauria, edited by SuspsyWhile paleoart has shaped the public perception of dinosaurs and other prehistoric fauna over the years, it has also created certain images that have been hard to shake once our understanding of these animals improved. Images like the tripod stance of theropods, tail-dragging dinosaurs of all sorts, and elasmosaurines with their swan-like necks raised out of the water.

Review: Styracosaurus (Happinet)

3 (5 votes)

Ceratopsians are a fascinating group. Their bodies aren’t very diverse, but the skull work is incredible. And one of the greats when it comes to that is Styracosaurus, with it’s spiked frill giving it a fearsome appearance (even if the frill itself offered little protection due to the holes, but I won’t tell the predators if you won’t).

Review: Triceratops (Happinet)

3.7 (3 votes)
Photographs and review by Indohyus, edited by Suspsy
The number of Triceratops models and figures can hardly be counted at this point. Every line has one, some great, some not. Here I will be examining the one from Happinet, a Japanese company, that created a series of articulated dinosaur figures, similar in certain styles to the Sega Dinosaur King line.
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