All Brachiosaurus reviews

Brachiosaurus (1996, Wild Safari by Safari Ltd.)

With an excellent catalog of accurate, high quality collectibles it’s hard to believe that the Wild Safari line by Safari Ltd. once produced a range of models that were often poorly sculpted and garishly painted. And if one were to forget about the past, the old Safari Suchomimus would surely jog some memories. But back …

Brachiosaurus (2012) (Carnegie Collection by Safari Ltd.)

The new Carnegie Brachiosaurus makes for quite a contrast with the original, and there’s a very good reason for that – it’s quite literally a different animal entirely! The original model actually represented the animal now known as Giraffatitan brancai, which was rather different in its proportions to the ‘original’ Brachiosaurus – the type species, …

Brachiosaurus (AAA)

Review and photographs by Indohyus, edited by Suspsy It is amazing to think how much new paleontological findings can change the whole nature of the field. It can change how an animal walks, what it looks like or even create brand new species, as is often the case with early figures of Brachiosaurus, which are …

Brachiosaurus (ANIA/Animal Adventure by Takara Tomy)

Brachiosaurus marks the fourth prehistoric animal Takara produced for their animal line, and is a decent – if unremarkable – depiction of the sauropod.

Brachiosaurus (AR Dinosaurs by CollectA)

CollectA AR (which I presume stands for “augmented reality”) is the company’s venture into the seemingly infinite world of apps for your mobile phone or tablet. It consists of twelve blindpacked miniatures: the Baryonyx, Diplodocus, Mosasaurus, Parasaurolophus, Pteranodon, Stegosaurus, Triceratops, and Tyrannosaurus rex from Prehistoric Tube A and the Ankylosaurus, Brachiosaurus, Spinosaurus, and Velociraptor from …

Brachiosaurus (Baby)(Wild Safari by Safari Ltd.)

Although Brachiosaurus remains one of the most popular dinosaurs, in large part due to once being heralded(incorrectly) as the “biggest of the big,” the reality is that very little is known about this Jurassic giant. Only scant fossil remains have been found in North America, and what was once thought to have been an African …

Brachiosaurus (Carnegie Collection by Safari Ltd)

The Brachiosaurus is one of the few original Carnegie Collection sculpts, as far as I can tell, that has remained unchanged (with the exception of a new paint job) since it was released in 1987.  As explained by Randy Knol on the Dinosaur Collector Site,  the majority of figures from the original line have been tweaked …

Brachiosaurus (Conquering the Earth by Schleich)

​Review and photos by Takama, edited by Suspsy With Schleich’s 2017 crop of models consisting of animals that hail from the Late Jurassic to the Early Cretaceous, it is understandable that at least one Jurassic sauropod would be released. Although to be honest, I was hoping we would get a new Apatosaurus, or even Brontosaurus. …

Brachiosaurus (Deluxe)(Procon CollectA)

In any decent line of dinosaur figures, there is often a steady rate of progress as the quality of figures improve. For some, the application of paint is neater or more elaborate; for others, the heightened level of research before design results in a more scientifically sound reconstruction. Even the dinosaurs from Procon CollectA, notorious …

Brachiosaurus (DINOS! Mega-Mesozoic Fun)

Here’s an interesting rendition of what is probably the world’s most famous sauropod (judging from Brachiosaurus’ appearances in the JP franchise and the number of toys it boasts to its name on the blog) that I came across at Mastermind Toys here in Ontario. I haven’t determined the actual manufacturer, but it originates from China …

Brachiosaurus (Dinotales Series 2 by Kaiyodo)

Ah, Dinotales. You either love them, or you’re wrong. Although tiny, their finely-sculpted, pointy and brittle nature ensures that they are inherently unsuitable for use as toys; it also means that they combine the two desirable traits of being attractive and compact (particularly handy for the more fanatical collector who’s running out of space). This …

Brachiosaurus (DinoWaurs Survival)

Greetings DinoWaurriors! Once more, I bring you a species from the battling trading figure series, this time Brachiosaurus! Given the size and popularity of the species, it’s unsurprising they would add it to the line. Is his a gem or a dud though? Let’s find out! Onto the figure! Once again, we have an a …

Brachiosaurus (Dor Mei)

Review and photographs by Stolpergeist, edited by Suspsy Some of those who are interested in dinosaurs may have kept some as pets at one point. In my case, it was budgerigars which lived at my grandparents’ house when I was a small child. They liked to sit in front of a mirror, inspecting their reflections …

Brachiosaurus (Forange)

Today I want to introduce you to the most unusual and by far biggest dinosaur figure in my collection. You may be familiar with the great Lego reviews by Bella Bricking and Beth Buildit (powered by Suspy) though the most popular of Lego`s dinosaur offerings are full mold dinosaurs rather than brick build ones. Following …

Brachiosaurus (Furuta)

Review and photos by Brandon. Edited by Plesiosauria. Brachiosaurus, the “Arm Lizard”, is one of the best known of all the ancient dinosaurs of the Jurassic. Not only was Brachiosaurus one of the biggest, it was also one of the most distinctive, with its huge body and nostril bump. This Furuta model is one of …