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- 02/17/12--16:43: _Allosaurus (Antedil...
- 03/11/12--21:04: _Dimetrodon (Salvat)
- 03/13/12--12:58: _Therizinosaurus (Co...
- 04/17/12--15:28: _Woolly Rhino (Safar...
- 06/12/12--10:25: _Triceratops (Resin ...
- 07/06/12--13:11: _Triceratops 1:15 (C...
- 07/30/12--20:02: _Stegosaurus (Sideshow)
- 02/01/13--15:03: _Concavenator (Carne...
- 03/10/13--17:06: _Euoplocephalus in E...
- 06/07/13--16:18: _Gryposaurus (Safari...
- 07/17/13--17:58: _Dilophosaurus (Side...
- 01/01/14--21:06: _Pachyrhinosaurus (W...
- 03/19/15--15:27: _Mosasaur by Sidesho...
- 05/07/15--01:12: _Tyrannosaurus “Tyra...
- 05/31/15--18:32: _Tupuxuara Skeleton ...
- 09/14/15--21:00: _Triceratops (Sidesh...
- 09/04/16--17:21: _Ceratosaurus (Sides...
- 02/17/12--16:43: Allosaurus (Antediluvia Collection)(David Krentz)
- 03/11/12--21:04: Dimetrodon (Salvat)
- 03/13/12--12:58: Therizinosaurus (CollectA)
- 04/17/12--15:28: Woolly Rhino (Safari Missing Links)
- 06/12/12--10:25: Triceratops (Resin Model by Shane Foulkes)
- 07/06/12--13:11: Triceratops 1:15 (CollectA)
- 07/30/12--20:02: Stegosaurus (Sideshow)
- 02/01/13--15:03: Concavenator (Carnegie Collection by Safari Ltd.)
- 03/10/13--17:06: Euoplocephalus in Egg Maquette (Sideshow Dinosauria)
- 06/07/13--16:18: Gryposaurus (Safari Ltd.)
- 07/17/13--17:58: Dilophosaurus (Sideshow Dinosauria)
- 01/01/14--21:06: Pachyrhinosaurus (Wild Safari by Safari Ltd.)
- 03/19/15--15:27: Mosasaur by Sideshow Dinosauria
- 05/07/15--01:12: Tyrannosaurus “Tyrant King” (Sideshow Dinosauria)
- 05/31/15--18:32: Tupuxuara Skeleton Kit (Boneyard Pets)
- 09/14/15--21:00: Triceratops (Sideshow Dinosauria)
- 09/04/16--17:21: Ceratosaurus (Sideshow Dinosauria)
Photos by Dan and Jeremy Although David’s 1:72 scale Antediluvian series has been graced with a few exotic species, he’s giving plenty of love to the classics as well. His considerable talents often present the animal in a new and … Continue reading
Review by Ikessauro For those who don’t know me, I’m Patrick, a member of the DTF, AKA “Ikessauro”. I live in Brazil and started collecting dinosaurs about 6 or 7 years ago. Back then the best dino figures I could … Continue reading
When it comes to dinosaurs, I believe there are essentially two attributes that attract us. They are either fearsome, or fancy. The fearsome ones are easy enough to spot, bearing a great deal of menace and lethality. Others may seem … Continue reading
Review by Patrick Król Padilha Today’s review is going to focus on a prehistoric mammal model, one of my favorites among all mammal figures I have. The animal it represents is the Woolly Rhinoceros, actually defined on the tag by … Continue reading
Review by Dan, Photos by Marilyn P. and Jeremy K. When it comes to classic plant-eating dinosaurs, there is probably no match in popularity for the mighty Triceratops. The silhouette and skull are truly iconic, and no matter how far … Continue reading
One of the standout pieces in CollectA’s 2012 lineup is this 1:15 scale reconstruction of Triceratops. The creation of this piece was certainly influenced by the success of CollectA’s giant 1:15 Tyrannosaurus model. However, while the giant Rex was essentially … Continue reading
Sideshow’s rendition of the mighty Stegosaurus was released in summer of 2012. At 16″ high and 26″ long, the term “mighty” becomes quite appropriate. While previous models like the Apatosaurus may have been technically greater in length, there is a … Continue reading
In recent years, the fossil beds of Spain have provided spectacular examples of dinosaurs, but perhaps the most famous is Concavenator. First revealed in 2010, this allosauroid’s distinctive physique made it an instant celebrity. The peculiar hump along the back … Continue reading
In 2013, Sideshow Collectibles released an extremely limited edition model featuring a baby Euoplocephalus. Of course, every Sideshow Dinosauria model is produced in limited quantities, and once they are sold out, they often fetch high prices at auction sites. So … Continue reading
Call me strange, but this is really my favorite new release for 2013. Only Safari Ltd. has the stones to tackle the often-overlooked hadrosaurine (or saurolophine, if you’re keeping up with the times) dinosaurs, with an excellent Edmontosaurus replica being … Continue reading
On November 8, 2012, Sideshow offered the first preview image of the Dilophosaurus statue. This choice of species does not come as a great surprise to many of us, as we all know that this creature was featured prominently in … Continue reading
The approach of 2014 means an exciting new line from each of our favorite prehistoric figure manufacturers. However, there’s an extra surprise this year – the new 2014 line from Safari Ltd. has already arrived! While their offering is impressive … Continue reading
Review by Dan Liebman – Dan’s Dinosaurs Regular visitors to the DinoToyBlog know that I enjoy reviewing every new piece in this series, but I really wanted our resident paleontologist Dr. Adam Stuart Smith to have a go at this … Continue reading
Review by Dan Liebman of DansDinosaurs.com Photos by Chris Kastner of BackyardTerrors.com If you ask a paleontologist what the two main types of dinosaur might be, you’re likely to receive an answer containing the words “Saurichia” and “Ornithischia”. Pose this … Continue reading
If you’re around my age, you probably remember the old balsa wood dinosaur skeleton kits. After inhaling all the sawdust from sanding and pulling the splinters out of your fingers, you had a fairly serviceable model that didn’t even require … Continue reading
Review by Dan – DansDinosaurs.com Photos by Dan and Robban Now that everyone and their mother owns a Sideshow Tyrant King statue, the clever folks at Sideshow are counting on buyers to look at their giant Tyrannosaurus displays and wonder … Continue reading
Given how frequently Ceratosaurus shows up in pop culture, it is a little surprising that so few people can identify it. Certainly, one cannot fault it for lack of a catchy name, which makes it sound like a walking nightmare … Continue reading