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Review: Alpha Velociraptor (Jurassic Park: Chaos Effect by Kenner)

3.4 (19 votes)

Review and Photographs By Sketchy, edited by Suspsy

While Jurassic World popularized the idea of genetically modified dinosaur hybrids, Kenner beat them to the idea over 17 years prior with the Jurassic Park: Chaos Effect line, a mix of crazy hybrids and similarly crazy repaints of old figures.

Review: Baryonyx (Jurassic Park: Series 2 by Kenner)

2.2 (14 votes)

Review and photos by EmperorDinobot, edited by Suspsy

Hello, everybody and welcome to another review by yours truly. Today we’re going to be talking about the legendary (and ugly) Series 2 Jurassic Park Baryonyx, nicknamed “Snapper” by InGen staff. We’re going to be looking over its colors, playability, and whether it warrants the high price it often goes for, so let’s just get into it!

Review: Baryonyx (The Lost World: Jurassic Park by Kenner)

3.1 (13 votes)
In the world of toy dinosaurs few have suffered like the Baryonyx. Despite repeated attempts to fashion a model of this spinosaurid, only one can be said to have been successful and it was the first ever produced, the Invicta 1989 figure. Since then numerous attempts have been made and most have failed.

Review: Carnotaurus “Bonebreaker” (The Lost World: Jurassic Park by Kenner)

2.1 (11 votes)
Review and photos by Emperor Dinobot, edited by Suspsy
Once again, it is I, Emperor Dinobot, owner of Mesozoic Emporium and collector extraordinaire. Today, I am going to open up a $300 The Lost World: Jurassic Park toy for your pleasure! Let us discover the magnificence that is the Carnotaurus, code name Bonebreaker!

Review: Carnotaurus “Demon” (Jurassic Park, Series 2 by Kenner)

2.6 (17 votes)
Review and photos by Emperor Dinobot, edited by Suspsy
It can be hard being a Jurassic Park dinosaur collector. Sometimes it is because certain figures are rare and expensive. Or sometimes, it is because certain figures are rare, expensive, AND ugly. Some of the most infamous dinosaurs made by Kenner share these three things, and yet somehow, they are legendary among fans.

Review: Chasmosaurus (The Lost World: Jurassic Park by Kenner)

3.4 (14 votes)
Chasmosaurus is surely one of the strangest additions to the Jurassic Park toyline. Although it was at least a dinosaur (unlike Dimetrodon, Estemmenosuchus etc.) it was never mentioned in the books or movies, and isn’t the sort of dinosaur that your ordinary MOTGP (Member Of The General Public…nothing to do with the Moto GP, hail Rossi) could recall from memory.

Review: Coelophysis (Jurassic Park by Kenner)

3.4 (12 votes)
Anyone that has read up on their dinosaurs knows who Coelophysis was. This small, lithe theropod is one of the oldest dinosaurs to have been described. Their massive late Triassic bone beds are among the most famous fossil sites in North America and the genera holds a special place in my heart as one of the only dinosaurs known to have lived in my home state of New York.

Review: Compstegnathus (Jurassic Park: Chaos Effect by Kenner)

2.8 (9 votes)

Review and photographs by Sketchy, edited by Suspsy

Although the Jurassic Park: Chaos Effect was far from successful upon its release, it has since generated a cult following from some hardcore collectors. One of the most well known and easiest to find of the hybrids is the Compstegnathus.

Review: Dilophosaurus (Jurassic Park by Kenner)

3.5 (10 votes)
More Jurasic Park I’m afraid – although here we have a figure of an animal actually featured in the franchise. Dilophosaurus was last seen giving Wayne Knight a good seeing-to in the first movie, but proved so memorable that Hasbro were still releasing figures of it for the Jurassic Park 3 line.

Review: Dilophosaurus (other one) (Jurassic Park by Kenner)

3.7 (10 votes)
Following yesterday’s review of the electronic Jurassic Park Dilophosaurus, let’s look now at its more basic counterpart in the line – the classic ‘water pistol’ Dilophosaurus, among many people’s earliest and most fondly remembered dinosaur toys. It was the first JP toy I owned, actually.

Review: Dimetrodon (Jurassic Park: Dinosaurs by Kenner)

3.7 (9 votes)
And now let’s tackle some Jurassic Park toys. First up is Dimetrodon. The famous finned ferocity first appeared in the original 1993 JP line. The humble toy must have been very popular indeed, as it would go on to be recoloured and re-released several times over the course of a decade.

Review: Estemmenosuchus (Jurassic Park by Kenner)

3.1 (9 votes)
Review and photos by Tim Sosa
Kenner’s Jurassic Park line was supposed to have had an additional wave of figures, but they were never released at retail. Fortunately, the 1997 Lost World line re-used some of those prototypes, one of which was this Estemmenosuchus.

Review: Lycaenops (Jurassic Park, Series 2 by Kenner)

3.1 (8 votes)
Review and Photos by Griffin
Lycaenops was a three foot long mammal-like reptile, or Therapsid from Southern Africa during the Late Permian. It’s a distant later relative of the much more famous sail-backed, Dimetrodon. Its name means “Wolf Face” rightfully so due to its canine-like fangs on its upper and lower jaws.

Review: Pachycephalosaurus (Jurassic Park, Series 2, by Kenner)

3.1 (11 votes)
Following up on the Pachycephalosaurus theme started in the last blog entry, here’s a review of a quite different version of this dome-headed dinosaur. Both the review and photos are by Griffin8891
Now before we all start pelting poor Jurassic park toys with “that’s inaccurate!” and “not scientific!” let’s make one thing very clear.
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