Type: Construction

Review: Triceratops (Boneyard Pets)

1.5 (4 votes)
Earlier this year I unboxed a delivery of Boneyard Pets  and subsequently filmed myself building them (see below). Now that I’ve constructed them, let’s take a closer look at one. A couple of years ago Dan previously considered the Tupuxuara in this line, so apologies in advance for belabouring some of his points.

Review: Stegosaurus (Mini)(Skeleflex by Wild Planet)

1.6 (11 votes)
Despite its immense fame and popularity, there are not very many complete specimens of Stegosaurus. Most of the skeletons you see in museums are actually composites of multiple animals. The most intact one is currently “Sophie,” a young adult that resides in the Natural History Museum in London, U.K.

Review: Tyrannosaurus rex (Mini)(Skeleflex by Wild Planet)

2.1 (10 votes)
Today I’ll be taking a look at an unusual addition to the Dinosaur Toy Blog: Skeleflex. Released by a company called Wild Planet back in 2007, the line was described in its press release as “a creative ball-and-socket building system that puts kids in control. Its interchangeable bone-shaped pieces can be combined to make aliens, dinosaurs, and other fantastical creatures that move in a lifelike manner.” Sounds interesting, no?

Review: Mighty Dinosaurs (Creator by Lego)

4.3 (11 votes)
“Season’s Greetings, fellow dinosaur lovers! Yes, it is I, Dr. Bella Bricking, enjoying another holiday season! And where would I be without my trusty and beloved companion, Beth Buildit?”
“I can’t believe I let you talk me into wearing this hat, Doc.”

“Now, now, no humbugs, Beth!

Review: Kentrosaurus (4D Puzzle by Fame Master)

2.7 (3 votes)
Poor Kentrosaurus, it always plays second fiddle to its larger cousin Stegosaurus.  Still, the genus has proved popular enough to be reproduced as a toy in several instances. And oddly enough, most of them have proved to be great representations. Safari, CollectA, Tyco, and even Schleich have all produced some outstanding Kentrosaurus figures.

Review: Seismosaurus (4D Puzzle by Fame Master)

3 (2 votes)
Seismosaurus is a name that a lot of younger readers may not recognize but for those of us who were dinosaur fanatics in the late 80’s and early 90’s it’s a name we remember all too well. Seismosaurus was a genus of dinosaur described in 1991, at the time it was estimated to have been the longest dinosaur ever discovered, measuring between 127-170 feet in length.
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Review: Tyrannosaurus rex (Nanoblock)

2.5 (10 votes)
“Welcome back once again, fellow dinosaur lovers! I, Dr. Bella Bricking, am about to review yet another Nanoblock set. And with me as always is the unflappable Beth Buildit!”
“Hey all. Today we’re tackling the big bad itself, Tyrannosaurus rex! And this time, Doc’s going to be doing the building!

Review: Stegosaurus (Nanoblock)

2.8 (5 votes)
“Hello, fellow dinosaur lovers! Yes, it is I, Dr. Bella Bricking, along with my dear friend and colleague, Beth Buildit! How lovely it is to see you again!”
“Hey folks.”
“Today we’ll be introducing something new to the Dinosaur Toy Blog: the first ever Nanoblock review!”
“What’s the deal, Doc?

Review: Prehistoric Hunters (Creator by Lego)

4.3 (6 votes)
“Ho, ho, ho, fellow dinosaur lovers! Dr. Bella Bricking and Beth Buildit here, enjoying the holiday season!”
“Hey, folks. Hope none of you are getting coal in your stockings this year.”
“Indeed, because we have a marvellous present for everyone: a review of the 2012 Lego Creator set 6914: Prehistoric Hunters!

Review: Dilophosaurus Ambush (Jurassic World by Lego)

4.6 (5 votes)
“Heeeeeey there, fellow dinosaur lovers! Dr. Bella Bricking and Beth Buildit in the house again! Who’s ready to go Hollywood?”
“Hey folks. What Doc means is that today we’re tackling a Jurassic World Lego set.”

“That’s right, Beth! We’re going to review set 75916: Dilophosaurus Ambush! So hop in the car and let’s go!”
“Sure wish you drove a two-seater, Doc.”

“Here we have the parts for the Lego Dilophosaurus.

Review: Tyrannosaurus rex (DINO by Lego)

4.8 (24 votes)
“Hear ye, hear ye, fellow dinosaur lovers! Queen Dr. Bella Bricking is here, and at my side stands my loyal and brave companion, Lady Beth Buildit.”
“I asked you not to call me that, Doc.”
“I cheerfully apologize, dear Beth. Now, can you guess what dinosaur we’ll be reviewing today?”
“Well gee, let me think.

Review: Triceratops (DINO by Lego)

4.6 (8 votes)
“Salutations, fellow dinosaur lovers! I am Dr. Bella Bricking and here with me is Beth Buildit. Time to review another Lego dinosaur!”
“And I’m guessing that opera helmet has something to do with it, Doc?”
“That’s correct, Beth! Today we’ll be looking at the huge and horned Triceratops!”
“Right, horns, I get it.

Review: Pteranodon (DINO by Lego)

4.1 (7 votes)
“Hello again, fellow dinosaur lovers! Dr. Bella Bricking and Beth Buildit here, at your service!”
“What’s up with that flight cap and goggles, Doc?
“Well, Beth, today we’re going to be reviewing that iconic denizen of the Cretaceous skies, the Lego Pteranodon! So I figured I’d dress the part, you know!”
“Ah, gotcha.
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