Meet Donald. Not only is he PNSO’s second theropod to feature lips, he’s also only the third Saurophaganax toy ever made (CollectA’s was first and REBOR’s was second). Double dandy!
Online retailer Lana Time Shop has unveiled their very first original product, “Magnus,” a 1/35 scale Tyrannosaurus rex model based on the famous “Stan” specimen. Here is their official announcement:
The T. rex size for 13.3″ L (340MM) x 2.3″ (60MM) x 4.7″ W (120MM), with a curved length of 350MM.
The dire wolf (Aenocyon dirus) is one of the most famous prehistoric mammals, yet unlike the woolly mammoth or the Smilodon, it most certainly doesn’t boast a great many action toys or figurines or statues to its name. REBOR is going to improve that status somewhat with the release of two 1:11 scale versions of the cutthroat canine.
Still more images of 2024 Jurassic World toys have shown up online!
Craterosaurus. To my knowledge, this is the very first toy of the European stegosaur.
Kileskus. The diminutive Russian tyrannosauroid is also receiving its very first toy.
Triceratops. Looks kind of like a turtle with all that plating.
Images of Schleich’s 2024 prehistoric assortment have hit the web, so let’s check out what we’re getting, shall we?
Allosaurus. Schleich has tackled this genus many times already in the past. The pose looks a little contorted, but maybe it’s just the angle.
Bajadasaurus. This looks pretty decent.