Brand: Mattel

Tyrannosaurus (Jurassic Park, Hammond Collection by Mattel)

4.7 (75 votes)

Next year will mark the 30th anniversary of the release of Jurassic Park and in those past 30 years we’ve seen a plethora of movies, books, video games, toys, and other merchandise come along to capitalize on a film that has now become a timeless classic and a part of the pop culture zeitgeist.

Tyrannosaurus (Jurassic World Snap Squad by Mattel)

3.4 (8 votes)

Forget the Amber Collection Velociraptor, Destroy ‘N Devour Indominus, or Legacy Collection Brachiosaurus. THIS is the Jurassic World toy to get. Joking aside this Snap Squad Tyrannosaurus really is the most fun I’ve had with a Jurassic World toy so far. As an adult collector, no, I won’t be putting this on my shelf but it has become quite the addictive little play thing to fiddle with.

Tyrannosaurus rex (Battle Damage)(Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom by Mattel)

4.5 (26 votes)
Review and photos by Takama, edited by Suspsy
So, the time has come to review my first Jurassic World toy from Mattel. I have chosen the Battle Damage Tyrannosaurus rex that comes with a Monolophosaurus, which is exclusive to Walmart in North America. The main reason I chose to buy this toy as opposed to the Thrash ‘N Throw version is simply because it is cheaper and it comes with a dinosaur that I’m not sure will be released on its own in the future.

Tyrannosaurus rex (Epic Roarin’)(Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous by Mattel)

4.5 (45 votes)

Back in 2018, I noted in the conclusion of my very first review of a Jurassic World toy by Mattel that they had managed to scoop up the ball and make a slam dunk after Hasbro fumbled badly. Nearly three years later, I’d say that assessment has been fully vindicated.

Tyrannosaurus rex (Extreme Chompin’)(Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom by Mattel)

4.7 (39 votes)

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Review and Photographs by Dilopho, edited by Suspsy
The Tyrannosaurus rex is the undisputed face of the Jurassic Park franchise.

Tyrannosaurus rex (Super Colossal)(Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom by Mattel)

4.7 (52 votes)
Review and Photographs by Cretaceous Crab, edited by Suspsy
This isn’t your normal Tyrannosaurus rex. This isn’t a huge T. rex, a giant T. rex or a extra-large T. rex. This is the Super COLOSSAL Tyrannosaurus rex!

The name says it all. This is pretty much the largest T.

Tyrannosaurus Rex Thrash ‘N Throw (Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom, by Mattel)

4.7 (37 votes)
Pictures and co authored by William

It is a warm sunny day and you are walking across your backyard enjoying the comfort of the warming rays upon your skin.  You suddenly feel a chill run up your spine, as you have a sudden sensation of being watched. 

Upcoming release (potentially) from Mattel (New for 2023?)

3.1 (77 votes)

Mattel Creations has revealed “The Gates,” a very large, very elaborate Hammond Collection set combining elements of both Jurassic Park and The Lost World. We have the bull/buck Tyrannosaurus rex, retooled and repainted from the HC T. rex, we have Lex and Tim Murphy, we have an ill-fated goat, six dinosaur sign posts, a Ford Explorer XLT with a detailed interior, sections of electric fencing, and the iconic gates with electronic lights and sound.

Upcoming releases from Mattel (New for 2023)

4.2 (39 votes)

Earlier this week, we saw the reveal of the very retro-looking Electronic Real Feel Tyrannosaurus rex. Now check out its packaging, which is similarly a homage to the original 1993 Jurassic Park packaging by Kenner.

Also newly revealed are three additional Classic ’93 products. First is the Tactical Claw Pack with Alan Grant, a Gallimimus, a juvenile Velociraptor, and a bunch of accessories.

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