Brand: Mattel

Dilophosaurus (Savage Strike)(Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom by Mattel)

2.4 (10 votes)

Review and photos by Faelrin, edited by Suspsy

The Legacy Collection line is one of the most controversial assortments of the Mattel Jurassic World toy line, what with having very poor distribution worldwide except for the most part in the US, and only at Target stores due to it being a retailer exclusive (exceptions being the Spinosaurus, etc).

Dimetrodon (Jurassic World: Dominion, Extreme Damage by Mattel)

3.1 (11 votes)

With the release of Jurassic World: Dominion, Dimetrodon has finally made its long-awaited film debut. But despite only just now being featured on-screen, Dimetrodon has been long associated with the Jurassic franchise. A toy of the Permian synapsid was released all the way back in 1993 as part of Kenner’s first wave of Jurassic Park toys.

Dimetrodon (Savage Strike)(Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom by Mattel)

2.1 (7 votes)

Review and photos by Faelrin, edited by Suspsy

Perhaps the most popular Paleozoic creature is none other than Dimetrodon itself. Although Dimetrodon is not a dinosaur, having lived long before them in the Permian period (and is not even a reptile, as it is in fact a synapsid), it has often featured alongside them and other creatures of the Mesozoic in various toy lines.

Dimorphodon (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Attack Pack by Mattel)

2.3 (7 votes)
The Attack Pack Dimorphodon represents one of the smaller scale animals produced for the Jurassic World line, with a low price point of about $7.99.  From foot to shoulder it only stands about 1 1/4 inches. The wingspan measures 8.5” and it’s about 5” long from nose to tail.

Dracorex (Dino Rivals, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom by Mattel)

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3 (8 votes)

Edited by Dinotoyblog

Every now and again the Dinosaur Toy Blog receives independent reviews of the same toy within hours of each other. And so, in the generous spirit of the season, here is a rare special double-bill review by two guest reviewers, Loon and Carnosaur, who both have something to say about the Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Dracorex by Mattel.

Dreadnoughtus (Jurassic World: Dominion by Mattel)

4.2 (18 votes)

Dreadnoughtus schrani was a species of titanosaur that lived during the late Cretaceous in what is now Santa Cruz Province, Argentina. It was discovered in 2005 in the Cerro Fortaleza Formation by Kenneth Lacovara and described in 2014. The name Dreadnoughtus translates to “fears nothing,” and what an apt name it is.

Dryptosaurus (Jurassic World Dino Trackers, Wild Roar by Mattel)

2 (74 votes)

The late Cretaceous tyrannosauroid, Dryptosaurus, is a historically significant genus that due to the fragmentary nature of its preserved material has been largely forgotten and ignored. Dryptosaurus aquilunguis was one of the first theropods ever discovered and the first theropod discovered in the Americas. Originally named Laelaps by Edward Drinker Cope in 1866, Othniel Charles Marsh would rename the genus Dryptosaurus in 1877, upon discovering that the name Laelaps was already being used for a species of mite.

Dsungaripterus (Jurassic World: Dominion, Ferocious Pack by Mattel)

3.4 (12 votes)

Dsungaripterus is a genus of pterosaur that lived during the early Cretaceous in China. With its upturned beak and crest it has a distinctive appearance. The body was robustly built, and it is thought that this pterosaur spent most of its time on the ground, using its uniquely adapted beak to pry prey from rocky crevasses or sandy mudflats.

Edmontosaurus (Jurassic World, Basic 12” Figures by Mattel)

2.8 (11 votes)

The Basic line of Mattel Jurassic World figures is a line of budget friendly toys that are trimmed down in virtually every aspect. They don’t have any action features, the articulation is exceptionally limited, and the paintjobs are typically simplified. So far, they don’t have a presence on the Dinosaur Toy Blog, but today we’re looking at one of the line’s standout figures, the Edmontosaurus, new for 2022.

Edmontosaurus (Jurassic World: Sound Strike by Mattel)

3.7 (9 votes)

Review and images by PhilSauria, edited by Suspsy

In a nutshell, Edmontosaurus could be described as one of the larger species of hadrosaur, with adults ranging from 9 to 12 meters long and weighing in at about 4 metric tons, with a very wide distribution across western Canada and the U.S.

Gallimimus (Hammond Collection by Mattel)

3 (13 votes)

Flocking off toy shelves and into our hearts and homes, it’s the Hammond Collection Galli-Galli-Gallimimus. As part of the Hammond Collection this figure boasts 13 points of articulation and an increased level of paint and fine detail not seen with the Mattel mainline toys. As such, it should be the best Jurassic Park Gallimimus action figure ever produced but let’s take a closer look and see if it achieves the level of prestige that it aims for.

Gallimimus (Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous, Attack Pack by Mattel)

2.6 (11 votes)

I reviewed the original Attack Pack Gallimimus back in 2018, with its sandy brown color tones, it was the first of many Gallimimus toys from Mattel. Indeed, the Attack Pack Gallimimus has received so many re-paints over the last few years that I would be hard pressed to list them all.

Gallimimus (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Attack Pack by Mattel)

2.7 (7 votes)
Flocking this way and back into our hearts, here comes the Gallimimus, not only is it featured again in the Jurassic Park franchise’s 5th installment but it’s back on the toy shelves as well. Gallimimus has featured in all but one Jurassic Park movies to date. That’s quite an accomplishment for a genus that belongs to one of the most ignored dinosaur groups in the toy market, the Ornithomimosaurs.

Gasosaurus (Jurassic World Battle Damage by Mattel)

2.7 (6 votes)

I am always impressed when toy lines, no matter how big or small, creates figures of species rarely seen or never before seen on the market. The Jurassic World/Park has done this several times, and continues to do so. Here, we are looking at one such recent example, Gasosaurus, a theropod from the Mid-Jurassic of Sichuan, and honours the gasoline company that found the fossil sight.

Genyodectes (Jurassic World: Dominion, Extreme Damage by Mattel)

2.8 (17 votes)

Genyodectes serus (Greek for “late jaw bite”) is a genus of theropod belonging to the Ceratosauridae family and lived in South America during the early Cretaceous. It is only known from an incomplete snout described by Sir Arthur Woodward in 1901. Genyodectes was the second dinosaur ever discovered in South America and despite its fragmentary nature, would remain the most complete theropod known from South America until the 1970’s. 

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