All Giganotosaurus Reviews

Review: Giganotosaurus (TipToi by Ravensburger)

2.2 (6 votes)
Review and photos by Lanthanotus, edited by Suspsy
Large carnivores are always worth a headline, be it a shark attack or a prehistoric discovery in a country as neglected by international news media as Australia. Back in 1995 the world’s public was introduced to a dinosaur species which had been discovered two years before in the endless wastes of Patagonia by Rubén Dario Carolini, who is also the species’ namesake: Giganotosaurus carolinii.

Review: Giganotosaurus (Vitae)

4.3 (11 votes)
Pictures and review by apatosaurus3232, edited by Suspsy
Hello, everyone. This is my first review on the Dinosaur Toy Blog. Today I’ll be discussing something that has been quite the talk on the forum. The Vitae Giganotosaurus carolinii standard edition. Vitae is a new Chinese company with lots of models in the works.

Review: Giganotosaurus (W-Dragon)

3.5 (17 votes)

Review and photos by GiganotosaurusFan, edited by Suspsy

At one point a long time ago back in the year 2000, in a video game called Dino Crisis 2, a T. rex would stomp out to attack the main character, Regina. But then this massive beast, 21 meters long, would come smashing through a wall and this daikaiju, this beast, this gargantuan thing, would eat the rex.

Review: Giganotosaurus (Wild Safari by Safari Ltd.)

2.9 (39 votes)
Kids perspective by William, edited by Laticauda

Young and old gather around and see the new king in town.  I present the highly anticipated 2017 Safari Ltd. Giganotosaurus.  Why do I call it the new king?  Sure it doesn’t have the name rex in its name, and its not because it was one of the largest known carnivores the world has seen, in which some estimates have it bigger than the almighty Tyrannosaurus Rex.  

Review: Giganotosaurus (World of History by Schleich)

2.3 (18 votes)
Review and photos by Nathan ‘Takama’ Morris, edited by amargasaurus cazaui and Suspsy
When it comes to carnivorous dinosaurs that are larger than Tyrannosaurus rex, most companies go for the ever-popular Spinosaurus nowadays. When Safari released a Giganotosaurus for the Carnegie Collection in 2008, other companies took notice and started dishing out their own chosen carcharodontosaurid species.

Review: Giganotosaurus Juvenile (Age of the Dinos 2019 by Schleich)

3.4 (23 votes)

Schleich isn’t exactly wanting for criticism on this board. Plenty of paleo fans and collectors – myself included – tend to be underwhelmed or outright repulsed by the variety of ugly-looking toys Schleich produces in the name of educational purposes. Not all Schleich products are bad, though, and at least a few of their prehistoric line figures have managed to surprise collectors – even if was almost by accident.

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Review: Jurassic World Dominion Minis part 2 (Jurassic World by Mattel)

3.9 (14 votes)

Well, I’ve shown you the worst of this line, let’s waste no time and get straight on to the best of them!

Starting off the top half is everyone’s favourite three horned herbivore Triceratops. This features one of the best poses of the lot (something I haven’t talked at length about as most the figures are in a generic standing pose), an aggressive fight pose, all the better when you have two to joust with.

Review: Prehistoric Tube B (CollectA)

3.9 (15 votes)
Time again to downsize with CollectA’s second tube collection. Like the previous set I reviewed, this one came out in late 2015 and contains no fewer than ten teeny toy dinosaurs and other prehistoric monsters, a couple of them making their debut with CollectA.

First up is a bantam Amargasaurus, based on the Deluxe version.

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