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News: Upcoming releases from Mattel (New for 2024)(Pt.10)

3.1 (27 votes)

Two new dinosaurs in the Mattel Jurassic World: Gigantic Trackers series have been unveiled. First we have Bajadasaurus, a South American dicraeosaur famous for its impressive neck spines. Its action feature consists of a raising/lowering neck.

And here is the giant carnosaur Mapusaurus, also a resident of South America.

News: Upcoming releases from Mattel (New for 2024)(Pt.11)

3.8 (11 votes)

Here we have three newly revealed Jurassic World: Wild Roar toys. The first one is a familiar face: Ceratosaurus. The colouration looks cool, but those pronated hands are a downgrade from previous versions.

Another familiar face is Parasaurolophus. This version appears to have an opening mouth, which is not something very many hadrosaur toys feature.

News: Upcoming releases from Mattel (New for 2024)(Pt.17)

4.1 (19 votes)

Two more Hammond Collection toys have been revealed. Feast your eyes on the Pyroraptor and Velociraptor Delta. Quite the contrast, aren’t they?

Apologies for the poor quality of the images; they are taken from Amazon Japan. Once more and better quality images become available, they will be added to this post.

News: Upcoming SDCC exclusive from Mattel (New for 2023)

3.1 (49 votes)

Mattel has revealed their Jurassic Park exclusive for San Diego Comic Con (which begins on July 20) and it’s none other than acclaimed Hollywood director Steven Spielberg himself along with a Hammond Collection Dilophosaurus.

The set also includes a movie camera mounted on a tripod, a director’s chair, and an animatronic stand.

Review: Velociraptor “Blue” (Attack Pack)(Jurassic World by Mattel)

2.4 (11 votes)
Review and photos by Takama, edited by Suspsy
With the Jurassic World license now in the hands of people who actually care about the toys they make, we now have a large selection of toys that (so far) have proven to be a massive improvement over the poorly designed dreck that Hasbro has created for the last film in the series.

Review: Velociraptor “Blue” (Battle Damage)(Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom by Mattel)

2.8 (9 votes)
Review and photos by Faelrin, edited by Suspsy
For the first time in Jurassic Park‘s history, Mattel now has the license from Universal to create toys for this franchise after Hasbro and Kenner had it for years before. No doubt Hasbro’s disappointing attempt at the previous toy line for Jurassic World (featuring screw holes on the sides of the figures, permanent flesh wounds on most, no sense of scale, and poor quality control) was the push that was needed to hand the reigns over to someone else.
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