CollectA continues to impress with the reveal of ten new prehistoric products for 2023, several of which have never appeared in figure form before! Of particular note is Koolasuchus, as it is not only the first prehistoric amphibian from CollectA, but the first prehistoric amphibian from any company in years!
Deluxe 1:20 scale Koolasuchus
Deluxe 1:40 scale Mosasaurus
Deluxe 1:100 scale Ruyangosaurus
Deluxe 1:6 Stegouros
The Koolasuchus and the Stegouros will be available in mid-2023; the rest will be available in early 2023!
A fantastic Line-up for 23. I am really happy about that. Wonderful Idea with the News Section! Or again.
Adds a lot to the Blog.
Sorry, this wasn’t where I was supposed to put said message. Instead I will briefly say that this is a nice array of figures CollectA provided us. I was spoiled on rumors of everything but the new Triceratops, Hadrosaurus, and Ceratosuchops due to them appearing without a spoiler tag on a forum post, but even then, it’s amazing that we have gotten a great display with only two real skips for me: the Anomalocaris and Triceratops (there are better version of both available). Koolasuchus, Shastasaurus, Stegouros, Mosasaurus, and Ruyangosaurus (plus perhaps the Hadrosaurus as well I suppose) are the highlights for me.
Oh wow, was not expecting Koolasuchus! that’s a must buy for sure. Overall, this is a really nice looking lineup of figures, CollectA is really knocking it out of the park lately.
Wow, how long has it been since the last “upcoming releases” post we had?
Collecta is providing a great assortment for 2023; Koolasuchus in particular has me excited, but a new Hadrosaurus is certainly overdue for the market too! And that’s just to name two.
By the Contents page the last one was for figures promised for 2017 (in 2016) – so 6 years ago. I missed these posts on the blog.
Is it just me, or does the Shastasaurus bear a striking resemblence to the previous Mamenchiasaurus?
Also–anomalocaris AND koolasuchus!!?? SKA-WEEE!
The Shastasaurus looks NOTHING like the Mamenchisaurus from 2021. I think you meant to say Ruyangosaurus.
Whups, you are correct!