All Gigantoraptor Reviews

Review: Gigantoraptor (CollectA)

2.9 (14 votes)
At four metres tall, eight metres long, and more than two tons in weight, Gigantoraptor is by far the biggest known oviraptorosaurid. Its toothless lower jaw suggests a herbivorous diet (the rest of the skull is unknown), but its powerful limbs and sharp claws meant that it was not an animal to be trifled with.

Review: Gigantoraptor (Dino Expo series 3 by Capcom)

4 (4 votes)
Back in 2016, I posted my first blog on the Dinosaur Toy Blog, Papo’s Woolly Rhino. Now, two and a half years later, I have hit a big mile stone, my 50th review. For big events like this, reviewers either go for a nostalgic piece from their collection, something big or something rare and pretty.

Review: Gigantoraptor (DinoWaurs Survival)

4.4 (7 votes)

It always seems that whenever you start collecting something where you don’t know what is in the packaging, be it a blind bag, booster card pack etc., there is always a certain figure or card they are specifically looking for, such as a rarity or favourite. This review will cover the figure I was hunting for, and eventually got: Gigantoraptor, the giant oviraptor of the Gobi Desert.

Review: Seven Little Dinosaurs (China Post by PNSO)

4.1 (7 votes)

Within the unfortunately short time of its existence, Chinese company PNSO released two products in collaboration or commission for  China Post. One is their glorious Mamenchisaurus, the other is a boxed set of “Seven Little Dinosaurs”. Unlike the “Six Little Dinosaurs” the seven do not depict juvenile dinosaurs but rather adult ones, though they are indeed not big figures.

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