All Spinosaurus Reviews

Review: Spinosaurus (Jurassic World Hybrids by Hasbro)

1.6 (14 votes)
Review and photos by Takama, edited by Suspsy
If I’m going to be truly honest, I kind of regretted buying this figure at first, but it kind of grew on me after a while. What we have here is a repaint of the 2015 Bashers and Biters Spinosaurus, which I reviewed here on the blog last year.

Review: Spinosaurus (juvenile) (Papo)

2.8 (15 votes)
Review and photographs by Rajvinder “IrritatorRaji” Phull, edited by Plesiosauria
With the roaring success of Papo’s adult Spinosaurus figure it was only a matter of time before we got a tiny counterpart. Especially seeing how Papo have released younger versions of their Tyrannosaurus, Triceratops, Pachycephalosaurus, Mammoth and Apatosaurus models, it felt right to see Papo’s take on a young ‘Spine Lizard’.

Review: Spinosaurus (Kabaya)

3.3 (8 votes)
Review and photos by Brandon. Edited by Plesiosauria.
Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, the “Egyptian Spine Lizard” is the largest known theropod that ever existed to be known thus far, surpassing Giganotosaurus at both weight and length! The “Spine Lizard” is one lucky dinosaur, it was once found in 1912 and named three years later by Ernst Stromer Von Reichenbach but its remains were destroyed during bombing in World Ward Two.

Review: Spinosaurus (Kinto Favorite Desktop Model)

4 (7 votes)
Kinto Favorite Desktop Spinosaurus Model
Review by Dan of
After a fairly prolonged dry spell, the Favorite Company of Japan (formerly known as Kinto) has unveiled a new dinosaur desktop model. This model features the highly-popular Spinosaurus aegypticus, a theropod whose name became famous after appearing in a certain feature film.

Review: Spinosaurus (Monster In My Pocket by Matchbox, Series 6)

2.4 (19 votes)

After four series the Monster in my Pocket line began to run out of actual monsters to make, and began to take inspiration from the real world instead. Series five was a line of ‘Super Creepies’, essentially an array of extant bugs and other creepy crawlies, and series six turned its attention to dinosaurs in 1993 – that’s the line we’re all interested in here.

Review: Spinosaurus (Original Version by CollectA/Procon)

1.6 (10 votes)

I was first introduced to CollectA (then labeled as the brand Procon) in 2007, when the summer issue of Prehistoric Times mentioned two new waves of dinosaur figures being released by the company. Most of these early figures, like their take on the iconic sail-backed Spinosaurus, bear their own sort of charm, but generally haven’t aged well in the years since.

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Review: Spinosaurus (Papo Limited Edition)

4.4 (33 votes)

Review and photos by Bokisaurus

Well, after the long wait, and after all of the hype that surrounded it since its announcement, the new Papo Spinosaurus based on the latest reconstruction is finally available to the masses.Surely this figures ranks as one of the most anticipated figure of all time and would probably go  down in history as one of the most polarizing figure.

Review: Spinosaurus (Papo)

3.2 (28 votes)
Today we will be thoroughly looking over the Papo Spinosaurus– He is quite well loved in the dinosaur and Jurassic park communities, so I hope I don’t dampen spirits too much with my somewhat critical review. As for Spinosaurus itself, it was an extremely large theropod dinosaur that lived in northern Africa about 100 million years ago.

Review: Spinosaurus (PNSO Scientific Art Model)

3.5 (30 votes)

Review and photos by Bokisaurus

Wow, I was not planning on reviewing another Spinosaurus so soon, but when I got this figure, I was blown away and I jumped on the opportunity. With so much history included in my last review, I will skip all of that and really focus on this magnificent new Spinosaurus from PNSO.

Review: Spinosaurus (Prehistoric Animal Models by PNSO)

4.1 (32 votes)

With each new discovery, the mystery of this predator’s appearance and behavior only deepens, and PNSO’s latest iteration is a figure so distinct from its predecessors that it’s almost as unrecognizable as the real creature.

Indeed, I’m almost starting to wonder if Spinosaurus is an elaborate prank being played out on us by the powers that be.

Review: Spinosaurus (Schleich)

4.6 (25 votes)

Since its appearance in the JP Franchise as the ultimate antagonist of all the world’s most beloved dinosaur T. rex, Spinosaurus gained a certain popularity that at least made it appear in almost every dinosaur toyline that existed since. Most depictions were more or less oriented on the JP design and no wonder so, the scientific knowledge of the species was not backed by too much of fossil material and a design made after a successful franchise… what could possibly be wrong with it?

Review: Spinosaurus (Small)(Recur)

4.4 (23 votes)
Review and photos by Takama, edited by Suspsy
Today’s review is of the Recur Spinosaurus released back in 2015 (according to the year printed on the belly). As a modern take on the species, this model is a pretty decent replica, and a stark contrast to the Tyrannosaurus I recently reviewed from the same line.

Review: Spinosaurus (Soft Model by Favorite Co. Ltd.)

3.8 (4 votes)
Favorite’s ‘Soft Model’ series is the affordable, plastic-toy counterpart to their more expensive range of ‘Desktop’ polyresin statues, and gains frequent favour for the models’ modern look and the fact that the carnivores stand on their own two feet. So it is with the latest addition to the line, this Spinosaurus.

Review: Spinosaurus (Soft Model Series 2 by Favorite Co. Ltd.)

4.3 (4 votes)

How do you like your Spinosaurus?  The reason why I ask, is that when it comes to Spinosaurus, there is still a lot of speculation and hypothesis about its actual anatomy, posture and gait. It leaves it wide open for interpretation for paleo artists and toy makers.  

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