Classification: Dromaeosaur

Review: Dromaeosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1:18 by Creative Beast Studio)

4.9 (62 votes)

Despite a few issues in design due to its small size, this figurine is an impressive downscaling of the 1:6 predecessor that will display beautifully with its larger contemporaries.

While preparing for his ambitious tyrannosaur series campaign, sculptor/designer David Silva revealed a new side expansion to his highly successful Beasts of the Mesozoic toy line: a small set of 1/18-scaled figures based on select genera previously featured at larger scale in the main raptor and ceratopsian series.

Review: Dromaeosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic: Raptor Series by Creative Beast Studio)

4.7 (49 votes)
Review and photos by Faelrin, edited by Dinotoyblog
Back in January I received the first batch of figures from the Beasts of the Mesozoic: Raptor Series 1/6 scale action figure Kickstarter, namely the ‘Nestlings’ and ‘Accessory Packs’, of which the Mononychus and Troodon have been reviewed (the latter by yours truly).

Review: Feathered Dinos Tube (Safari Ltd)

3.9 (18 votes)
Safari Ltd have produced several tubes (or ‘toobs’ as they call them) that contain a diverse selection of mini-dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals. These tubes are a great choice for the indecisive amongst us. Why pick one single large dinosaur when you can get an entire tube of small dinosaurs for the same price.

Review: Feathered Dinosaurs Premium Box by Colorata

4.8 (20 votes)
This year has seen toy companies embrace feathered dinosaurs like never before, if not always with perfect execution. Accuracy stalwarts like Safari Ltd and especially Kaiyodo have been giving us feathered dinosaurs for years, but now even Papo and Schleich are getting on the plumage train. Another late convert is Japanese company Colorata.

Review: Indoraptor (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom by Mattel)

3.5 (17 votes)
Review and Photographs by Cretaceous Crab, edited by Suspsy
For those living under a rock, the “Indoraptor” is the primary antagonist creature in the upcoming film Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Like its predecessor, the Indominus rex from the previous film, this creature is a genetically-engineered hybrid, and while the base genome is (presumably) a dromeaosaur, it is not a representation of any known dinosaur species.

Review: Jurassic Park “When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth” T-Rex vs. Velociraptors Diorama (by Sideshow Collectibles)

4.9 (28 votes)
Review and photos by Dan Liebman of Dans Dinosaurs.
It is hard to believe that Crichton’s bestselling novel first appeared two decades ago. Since that time, the franchise has reintroduced audiences to dinosaurs like never before. Gone were the bulky, sluggish monsters of yesteryear, and in their place were lighting-fast predators with frightening levels of intellect.
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Review: Jurassic Park: T. rex Rampage (LEGO)(Part 2)

4.9 (36 votes)

“Ho, ho, ho there, fellow dinosaur lovers! Dr. Bella Bricking and Beth Buildit here, along with Rexy, wishing you compliments of the season!”

“Ahoy there, folks. We’re back to finish reviewing the rest of Jurassic Park: T. rex Rampage, the biggest LEGO set ever reviewed on the DTB.

Review: Jurassic World Dominion Minis part 1 (Jurassic World by Mattel)

3.5 (14 votes)

The Jurassic Park/World has had it’s fair share of miniature dino models, from the original metal ones to hard plastic. Now Jurassic World Dominion brings hard (ish) rubber, safer for siblings, and we see one and two packs of minis, giving plenty of material to review. But how to cover them?

Review: Legacy 6-Pack (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom by Mattel)

4.3 (10 votes)

Review and photos by Faelrin, edited by Suspsy

I ended up picking up this Legacy Collection 6 pack during the 2018 holiday season while it was on clearance at Target, after waiting most of the year being indecisive about it. I’ve decided it’s definitely a nice little set of figures, even if most are repaints.

Review: Linheraptor ( Beast Of the Mesozoic: Raptor Series by Creative Beast Studio)

4.8 (48 votes)

Review and photos by Bokisaurus

Hello dinofans, and welcome to another review. Sit back, grab a coffee, and hopefully enjoy the review.

Today, the vast Mongolian desert is a desolate and harsh environment. Breathtakingly beautiful, the landscape stretches as far as the eyes can see. Red sandstone cliffs glow in the afternoon light casting ghostly shadows in the sand.Signs of ancient river beds abound, a reminder of its distant past.The eerily enchanting landscape is today devoid of any signs of large animals, it is simply too harsh.

Review: Lystrosaurus and Velociraptor ‘Beta’ (Jurassic World by Mattel)

Toys in packaging.

3.6 (20 votes)

Review and photos by Faelrin, edited by Suspsy

In 2022, the last of the Jurassic World films was released, ending the trilogy that started back in 2015, for better or worse. While I didn’t enjoy the film overall, I did enjoy some aspects of it, one of those being the batch of new creatures.

Review: Male Velociraptor (Jurassic Park III by Kaiyodo)

3.6 (8 votes)
The Jurassic Park movies are what led Velociraptor to its great fame and popularity in popular culture. This dinosaur has been represented many times in Jurassic Park memorabilia, collectibles, and toys. It is fitting that when Kaiyodo produced a set of 13 figures based on the dinosaurs of Jurassic Park 3, figures of both the male and female Velociraptors in the movie were produced.

Review: Microraptor (Carnegie Collection by Safari Ltd)

4.6 (21 votes)
The recently discovered and described Microraptor is known from a number of specimens from China. Not surprisingly, given the short scientific history of this feathered dinosaur, there are very few models or toys of Microraptor. The Carnegie Collection introduced a bunch of feathered dinosaurs in 2005, including this Microraptor, to reflect the recent surge in the number of fossil feathered dinosaurs discovered over the last decade.

Review: Microraptor (Wild Safari by Safari Ltd)

4.6 (15 votes)
Now available from Amazon.com here.
Microraptor is a relatively recent discovery, but it has quickly become very popular with dinosaur enthusiasts. And why not? It’s one of the best known dromaeosaurs, with a whopping 300 or so fossil specimens spread out globally in various museums.
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