“Bwah? What the heck is Bronwyn doing here, Doc?! My sister forbade me from taking her on any more of our adventures after that last time!
“Oh, Bronwyn was perfectly safe with us, Beth!
Not surprisingly, the Brachiosaurus is HUGE. It stands nearly 27 cm tall and measures 51 cm long, making it the largest animal figure in any Playmobil line.
Review by James Hirleley, photos by Roselaar, edited by Suspsy
Dinosaurs roamed the earth once again this past June in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Following suit, LEGO released a wave of sets to commemorate the latest blockbuster movie from the dinosaur-themed franchise. The Carnotaurus Gyrosphere Escape (75929) set boasts 577 pieces, which makes it one of the largest sets from the LEGO Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom lineup.
The Playmobil cave bear(Ursus spelaeus) measures about 10.5 cm long and is medium brown in colour with black eyes, a red tongue, and white teeth.
The Dimetrodon measures a good 17 cm long and is 9 cm tall including the sail.
Review and photographs by Grant Harding, edited by Suspsy
The item I’m reviewing today is not a dinosaur toy per se. Rather, it’s something that (if you’re a kid) makes your dinosaur toys even more fun. It’s the Dino-Mat Habitat, manufactured in 1992 by the Original American Kazoo Company.
Larami’s Museum set is looking pretty dated now, but it’s a charming playset all the same and one of the more memorable imitators out there.
It’s said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery; by that metric the dinosaur toy industry has been incredibly generous towards the leading toy brands.
“Stuff and nonsense, Beth, she’s going to have a perfectly lovely adventure just like last time!
“Hello, my dear fellow dinosaur lovers. Dr. Bella Bricking and Beth Buildit here. For the past four years, it has been our privilege and pleasure to be your guides here on the Dinosaur Toy Blog for a journey through the world of prehistoric LEGO, from savage theropods to rugged marginocephalians to frozen megafauna.
Paper is usually not the material of choice for collectors of any sort. I anyway want to introduce you to something that may be of interest for a dinosaur collector, though it are probably not the figures….
The introduced cut out model was first released in 1993 under the title “Make these Dinosaurs” and the art of it, especially the dinosaur desgin, certainly represents this time.