Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Dog Tags, Keychains, and Trading Cards from Bullitoys Are Here!

Get ready to join the Dinosaur Protection Group and fight for the rights of dinosaurs everywhere with your very own collection of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom blind bag dog tags, trading cards and light up keychains.


Each dog tag is packed with 1 dog tag, 1 sticker and the complete checklist, the checklist is especially helpful since BullsiToys boasts an impressive 24 unique character and dinosaur collection lineup. In addition to the quality crafted, sturdy, metal dog tags; complete with a strong necklace chain, the dog tags are nicely sized and nicely weighted so kids can enjoy the tag time and time again, or adult can display.

BullsiToys also offers rare parallel foil tags and 3D dino stickers and my personal favorite, the authentic costume dog tags. Have you ever wanted to own an actual piece of the Jurassic franchise, without breaking the bank? Within each authentic costume dog tag is a costume piece worn by the 7 stars of the film. Personally, I had taken notice to BullsiToys and the Jurassic World Dog Tags during 2015’s Jurassic World well before writing this review. I was completely impressed with the quality and fairness in terms of price (Around $3.99 at your local Target or Amazon) and amount of unique dog tags and costume pieces that were included in each variety box of the product. The same can be said about the Fallen Kingdom tags as well.

These dog tags are a must for any Jurassic fan, no matter if you’re a kid or a kid at heart.

In addition to the dog tags, BulliToys has released a set of 8 unique light up keychains. On initial opening, I was extremely impressed with the attention to details and colorings that Bulls-I uses to recreate the dinosaurs of Isla Nublar. Each dinosaur is soft, lightweight and bendable, making for a comfortable and surprisingly useful part of any keychain assembly. The light is bright and does its job sufficiently for adults and will be amusing for kids to collect them all. Bullsitoy’s quality efforts are palpable in the release of new merchandise pertaining and catering to Jurassic Universe fans.

If you ask any Jurassic fan what they’ve been asking for since the release of Jurassic Park in 1993, many will reply, “trading cards”. In 1993, Jurassic Park launched a series of trading cards that grew extremely memorable and successful for its fans. Since the release of the first film, no serious efforts have been released until now. BullsiToys does not fail to impress with its 88 card comprehensive set.

The range expands 39 film scene cards with high definition glossy images on each card, 15 unique dino cards, 9 glow in the dark cards, 9 heat ‘n reveal cards, 9 3D action lenticular cards (a callback to “The Lost World” Jurassic Park” movie cover) and as with the dog tags, 7 costume cards. Each costume card is well comprised and strong with a postage stamp size swatch of clothing, with the corresponding character featured on the card, indicating the stats.

Doubtless, the Bullsitoy line up for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is great for anyone who is a fan of the films. Their unique and comprehensive lineup of collectibles is entertaining, fun and downright addicting to collect; most of all, not only is the assortment diverse and high quality but also extremely affordable and fun. The blind bag feature treats every trip to Target as an adventure, 65 million years in the making. It is apparent that the company cares deeply about providing a great amount of detail and enjoyment to whomever encounters their products. But similar to dinosaurs, get them fast before they’re extinct.

The dogtags and keychains retail at $3.99, and the trading cards can be picked up for $1.99.

BullsiToys Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom lineup is currently available at Target stores nationwide.

Get Papo Velociraptors from Dan’s Dinosaurs!

Looking for new places to buy dinosaur toys? Check out Dan’s Dinosaurs!

Dan’s Dinosaurs started in 2009 as a small business specializing in paleontological collectibles. Dan started the company for dinosaur enthusiasts (like us!) with the goal of having a store that carried all dinosaur products in one place. If you live near Mayfield, Kentucky, you can go check out the brick and mortar storefront in person! Be sure to say hi to Dan for us!

They carry a wide range of educational products, high-end models, and fossil replicas. They currently sell well known brands such as: Safari Ltd, Papo, CollectA, Favorite, and Sideshow Collectibles. Many independent artists and other business owners also sell their work through the store and site. They sell and ship both locally and internationally.

We received a Papo Velociraptor (2016 version). This version of Papo’s popular raptor figure is 6″ by 4″ and has paint that is similar in style to Delta and Charlie in Jurassic World. All of the Papo raptors have a similar sculpt, complete with an articulated jaw and yes, they have sickle claws. This figure has more detail and texture than the recent Hasbro and Mattel raptors, and I think the Papo raptors would make excellent additions to collections. Also, Dan is great to work with, and the shipping was very fast. The figure came in good packaging and was undamaged. Dan’s Dinosaurs is an excellent resource for finding dinosaurs to add to your collection!

If you see something that you have to have, make sure enter “Jurassic Outpost” in the “How did you hear about us?” field during checkout to receive a free bonus gift with your order!

Source: Dan’s Dinosaurs

Drop Dead Drops Exclusive ‘Jurassic Park’ Clothing Collection

UK based clothing company Drop Dead has just launched the Capsule Collection, a unique clothing line to celebrate both the release of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and the 25th anniversary of the movie that started it all – Jurassic Park.

Working in partnership with Universal Brand Development, Drop Dead noticeably chose a vintage, Classic Jurassic style for the line, remaining inline with the early 90s aesthetic seen in Jurassic Park.

This iconic line features bomber jackets, shirts, bags sporting nostalgia-inducing graphics including dinosaurs, maps of Isla Nublar, and writing reminiscent of the text seen on Nedry’s computer. And speaking of Dennis Nedry, a Nedry themed buttoned shirt and shorts can also be found in this collection.

The clothing company was founded by Oliver Sykes (lead singer of Bring Me the Horizon) who is a huge fan of the original movie. When discussing this collection, he said:

“Jurassic Park has been my favorite film of all time since I saw it in 1993. I was always into dinosaurs as a kid, but Jurassic Park truly sent me into obsession. To be able to do a collaboration with the franchise has been a lifelong goal and dream. After producing many designs influenced by Jurassic Park for Drop Dead, being able to use the actual material for the real has been amazing and I couldn’t be more stoked on what we’ve produced.”

Isla Nublar was Site A. Isla Sorna was Site B. Drop Dead’s laboratory is Site D, and that’s where all of these products – or specimens – were created.

The overgrown foliage, chemical jars and decontamination zone theme can be found in Drop Dead Clothing’s London store, seen in the promotional video above. Their Sheffield store also followed suit and re-opened with a design refresh and a brand new vegan restaurant, a bar and a store.

The collection is a wonderful addition to Jurassic Park’s return to popular culture and features inspired designs reflecting the designer’s love for the 1993 film. The items look like they came straight out of the 1990’s!

‘DDxJP’ is available now at Drop Dead stores and through their official website.

What do you think about this clothing collection? Let us know in the comments section below!

Watch Mattel’s Jurassic World Comic Con Panel Including First Exciting Look at 2019 Lineup!

Another year, another crazy San Diego Comic Con. While Jurassic has never made a peep there as a film itself, its brand partners oftentimes use the event as an exciting chance to show off their current and future merchandise. This year was no different, and while may companies brought their Jurassic World showcase, Mattel easily stole the show.

All eyes have been on Mattel, as they’re the first time a new company took the Jurassic Park core toy license since Kenner brought the line to life in 1993. It’s uncharted waters, but Mattel has shown they’re clearly in command of this diverse and fun property, bringing a toy line to life that not only matches but often exceeds the classic toys so many admire. While the toys have evolved for a new era of play in many regards, they still have the golden triangle of realistic and fun dinosaurs, humans, and vehicles all designed around a consistent scale and competitive price point. Play found a way.

As Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom begins to exit theaters, and wave 3 of the 2018 toys hit shelves, the number one question has been what does the future hold for Jurassic and the toy aisle. Thankfully Mattel answered with their Jurassic World Comic Con panel, where they not only talked deigning the current toy line, but teased what’s to come in the future.

Watch the panel in full below (huge thanks to Sickle_Claw on Twitter!), and read on for our summary and highlights!

One of the largest takeaways from the panel I had was how passionate and knowledgeable the team is about Jurassic Park, and how talented they are as designers. While they were careful not to throw Hasbro under the bus, let’s be honest, the 2015 Hasbro toy line wasn’t good for a plethora of reasons. Not only did Mattel carefully address those issues head on, they aimed far higher, and created a new standard when it comes to Jurassic. Before the toys released this year, I was skeptical, when they were released I was impressed, and watching the whole team talk shop I’m now inspired.

The property genuinely couldn’t be in better hands. So what does the future hold?

The first reveal made prior to the panel was the somewhat stealthy inclusion of Franklin Webb in their diorama display. While he was the only 2019 human part of their core 3.75″ line that they shared, there are surely plenty more on the way – perhaps favorites such as John Parker Hammond and Dr. Henry Wu? Time will tell!

The panel itself primarily focused on the new dinosaur toys of 2019, though they only teased what’s to come rather than showing full looks at the final toys. First up, they promised 16 new species of dinosaurs – this means dinosaurs that have not yet been made by Mattel since they launched the toy line in 2018. There will be far more dinosaur toys once you count the new sculpts of returning dinosaurs, and new paint jobs on previously released toys.

The three new species revealed during the panel are the following: Styracosaurus (All new Savage Strike assortment; $10), Amargasaurus (Action Attack assortment; $20) and the gigantic Brachiosaurus (assortment/price unknown). Yes, for the first time ever the Jurassic toy line is getting not one but two in-scale adult sauropod dinosaurs, which is utterly fantastic. Fans have been asking for a Brachiosaurus for years, and all new fans after seeing Fallen Kingdom have only strengthened the demand.

Take a look at the pictures below, which were mainly limited to teases – but showcase the silhouettes and size of the toys next to a 3.75″ action figure! (Pictures courtesy of Toy Shiz on Instagram)

While they didn’t confirm any other species beyond another new large Tyrannosaurus Rex, buzz leaving San Diego Comic Con suggests fans waiting for a large Indominus Rex will probably be happy. Other rumored new species (from short lived retailer listings) include Dracorex, Plesiosaurus, and Rhamphorhynchus! Although there is no definitive word on their existence, I’d fully expect other Velociraptors such as the respective females from Jurassic Park and JP3 plus Charlie, Delta, and Echo from World.

The panel did not touch on future vehicles, though it seems safe to assume the Ford Explorer Tour Vehicle will be inbound, alongside other classics and new fictional dino-capture themed rides. It remains unconfirmed, but one 2019 vehicle assortment is said to include a human, ATV, and dinosaur which would certainly be an exciting offering!

One of my largest worries for the future toys was the art style. While the majority of the current Mattel toys are wholly Jurassic, a few not based on movie dinosaurs have been more angular and stylized, lending to a more mean or cute cartoony appearance (Proceratosaurus and Dimetrodon for example). It may be too soon to call it, but the Styracosaurus showcased has immediately amended that particular fear and critique – its design would not look out of place roaming alongside the other animals in the films. I’m totally fine seeing new variations of dinosaurs we already know, with uniquely themed designs and colors, but I do prefer they stay within the constraints of the Jurassic style set by Crash McCreery and Stan Winston many years ago.

Moving on from the core 3.75″ line, Mattel announced their new 6″ collectors series, showcasing Owen Grady and Velociraptor Blue from Jurassic World, and Dr. Ian Malcolm from Jurassic Park. The 6″ toys are a larger format item, with more detailed sculpts and paint applications alongside more articulation for the ultimate control over displaying the figure. Prices and accessories were not announced, but it stands to reason the sets will come with some fun add-ons and be sold at a reasonable price. This line will not replace the core line, but serve as a limited scope series running adjacent to it, primarily aimed at larger format collectors!

While further 6″ dinosaurs and humans were not announced, nor was there talk of vehicles, if these items are successful the range will certainly continue to grow.

Mattel closed out the panel giving away some free toys, including limited-run toys that are all but canceled (incredibly limited numbers made) such as the Indoraptor vs Blue playset, and the Destruct-a-saurs Tyrannosaurus Rex set. Mattel did offer some promising news, saying that most of the Destruct-A-Saurs (previous Toys R Us exclusive line) will see distribution at retailers, so stay tuned for more definitive details about how the 2018 line will continue to expand.

Mattel has spared no expense bringing the Jurassic toys to life, and I am loving everything they’ve cooked up in their labs so far. I cannot wait to see what surprises come in the future (fingers crossed for more collectors aimed 3.75” characters and sets, hatchlings with humans rather than mini-dinos, or even Kenner style collector cards), and am sure whatever is on the horizon will continue to provide quality toys for kids and collectors alike. The diversity of play patterns and innovation within the line is incredible, and has really redefined what quality and affordable prices to expect in the toy isle. Hopefully Mattel does more panels such as this one (and perhaps other subsets of the Jurassic brand can follow their lead), as this was an incredibly exciting look behind the scenes which only further strengthened my interest for the future.

What did you like most from the panel, and what do you hope Mattel releases in 2019? Sound off in the comments below and stay tuned – more Mattel news and announcements are surely on the horizon!

Source: Sickle_Claw, ToyShiz, Mattel

‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ Blu-Ray Release Date, Special Features, and Buying Guide Revealed!

It seems Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom just released in theaters a couple weeks ago, but Universal have revealed that the home video release will roar into households in a little over 1-month!

Releasing on digital September 4th, and physical disc September 18th, Fallen Kingdom will be the must own movie closing out Summer. One of the most exciting parts of the home release of any Jurassic film (other than being able to watch it whenever you want) is of course the plethora of new special features, revealing the behind the scenes fun and magic which brought the latest dinosaur film to life.

Check out the special features listed below, and then take a look at the options available to pre-order now. (Note: the special edition available only at Target has an additional 30 minutes of special features, not listed below).

Special Features:

Special features on ALL formats (4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, Digital, and DVD):

  • On Set with Chris & Bryce – Go behind the scenes with Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard.
  • Birth of the Indoraptor – An inside look at the genetically designed monstrosity known as the Indoraptor.
  • Death by Dino – Go behind the scenes as the Indoraptor faces off with a key character.
  • Monster in a Mansion – Director J.A. Bayona discusses how Jurassic Park and Dracula (1979) influenced his approach to directing the monster in a mansion scene.
  • Rooftop Showdown – A look at the terrifying showdown on the rooftop of the Lockwood Mansion.
  • Malcolm’s Return – Behind the scenes with the one & only Jeff Goldblum.
  • VFX Evolved – The team at ILM discuss their cutting-edge approach to creating dinosaurs.
  • FALLEN KINGDOM: The Conversation – Filmmakers and cast sit down for a candid and casual conversation about Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
  • A Song for the KINGDOM – Justice Smith sings for the cast and crew of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
  • Chris Pratt’s Jurassic Journals
    •  Vivian Baker, Makeup Artist
    • Mary Mastro, Hair Stylist
    • Chris Murphy, 1st Assistant Sound
    • Dean Bailey, Stunt Edge Car Driver
    • Peter Harcourt, Diver
    • Daniella Pineda and Justice Smith, Actors
    • Jody Wiltshire, Set PA
    • Kelly Krieg, Assistant Script Supervisor
    • J.A. Bayona, Director
    • James Cox, Stunt Performer
    • Rachelle Beinart, Stunt Double
    • Bryce Dallas Howard interviews Chris Pratt, Actor
  • · JURASSIC Then and Now – Presented by Barbasol® – Key moments from the Jurassic saga that tie into Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

Special Features exclusively available on HD formats (4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and Digital):

  • The KINGDOM Evolves – Filmmakers discuss how the second chapter in the Jurassic World trilogy pushes the franchise in a new direction.
  • Return to Hawaii – Cast and crew discuss shooting the film in Hawaii.
  • Island Action – A behind-the-scenes look at the bunker scene and runaway gyrosphere sequence.
  • Aboard the Arcadia – Cast and crew discuss working with the animatronic dinosaurs.
  • Start the Bidding! – A behind-the-scenes look at the auction scene.

Pre-Order Now:

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (Target Exclusive)

Exclusive 28 Page Gallery Book + 30 Mins of Exclusive Bonus Content with purchase

Blu-ray/DVD/Digital | 4K/Blu-ray/Digital


Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom 5 Movie Collection

All 5 Jurassic Films in limited edition packaging

Blu-Ray + Digital


Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (BestBuy Exclusive SteelBook)

Exclusive, Collectible Steelbook Packaging with purchase

Blu-Ray/DVD/Digital | 4K/Blu-ray/Digital


Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (Walmart Funko Pop Exclusive)

Exclusive Limited Edition Giftset includes Exclusive Funko Pocket POP! Keychains of Owen and Blue



Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (standard edition)

Available on 4K, 3D, Blu-ray and DVD

Blu-ray/DVD/Digital | 3D Blu-ray/Blu-ray/Digital | 4K/Blu-ray/Digital

Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom is also available on other digital platforms – see the list here.


Sadly, the special features do not include deleted scenes, commentaries, or other behind the scenes content that offers a deeper look into the filmmaking magic. It’s a bit saddening knowing the Jurassic Journals, content made for the web and already released online, are taking up disc space that could have been dedicated to new content, and a bit worrying after the slightly lackluster Jurassic World special features which felt more like extended YouTube featurettes.

However, there is plenty of new content to be excited for (particularly the Target special features, which are still unknown) and I cannot wait to go hands on with the home release. With that in mind, I would happily purchase a later release that goes deeper into the special features the way films and franchises such as The Lord of the Rings, Avatar, Peter Jackson’s King Kong, Harry Potter, and Star Wars are known for. Jurassic, while on the same level as those franchises, has greatly lacked in the quality content akin to their home entertainment offerings.

Time will tell how deep the Blu-ray features dig in, but I’m sure no matter what they’ll be a wild, dinosaur infested ride.

What version of Fallen Kingdom will you be picking up? Sound off in the comments below, and as always, stay tuned for the latest news!

A New Smuggling Solution from Chronicle Collectibles!

If you were planning a spot of Industrial Espionage this summer, or perhaps just want to shave like it’s 1993, then don’t worry, Chronicle Collectibles has got you covered! The replica everyone has been waiting for has finally arrived; Dennis Nedry’s Barbasol Cryocan!

Announced exclusively today by io9, Jurassic-licensee Chronicle Collectibles have again partnered with Universal Studios and Barbasol to be bring this iconic piece to life. While details are scarce for the time being, rumours are already circulating about a functional mechanism on the inside, so you can recreate Nedry’s antics at home!

Last seen disappearing into the soils of Isla Nublar, fans will remember the Barbasol Can as the discreet means of smuggling Dinosaur Embryos out of the park. Customs can even check it if they want! Given to Dennis Nedry by Biosyn’s infamous Lewis Dodgson (Does anyone care?), its mission was never completed.

Can you succeed where Nedry failed? If you’ve got an 18 minute window, sound off below!

Source: io9

New 1/6 scale ‘Jurassic World’ Blue statue from Prime 1 Studio Now Available to Pre-order!

In a press release sent to us from Chronicle Collectibles, Prime 1 Studio’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom 1/6 scale Blue statue is now available for pre-order on their website.

“When Prime 1 showed off a tease of their Blue statue just a few short weeks ago, fans across the United States and around the world have been desperate to order it. As the official licensee for the Jurassic World franchise in North America and other select territories, we are pleased to announce we’ve worked out a distribution deal for this piece and several more from Prime 1 Studio. We certainly want the fan community to have as much access as possible to high-end Jurassic Park and Jurassic World collectibles and this Blue statue is a prime example.” – Robert Davis, Social Media & Events Outreach

The artist behind this project was Steve Jubinville, modeling Lead/Asset Supervisor of Industrial Light & Magic for the Jurassic World franchise. Fans can expect the product to be the most movie accurate you will ever find in this scale. This 1/6 Scale Blue statue measures approximately 16 inches tall and 26 inches wide and is based on one of the iconic scenes. Fans should get ready to own such a memorable character from this summer’s hottest blockbuster!

Both the Regular and Exclusive versions of this statue are available for pre-order. The key differences between these two versions is that the Exclusive version is a very limited run and includes a gold-colored Baby Blue 1/6 statue.

Measuring 16 inches tall and 26 inches wide, the regular version is priced at $699 and the exclusive version with the 4 inch Antique Gold Baby Blue is priced at $749. The statue is eligible for Chronicle’s interest-free payment plans and is estimated to ship in the 4th Quarter of 2019.

Pre-order Now!

Prime 1 is a top studio when it comes to collectibles, and their entry to Jurassic is nothing but great news. They’ve already teased numerous upcoming statues on their Instagram, so be prepared to spare no expense.

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below and on our forums.

Source: Prime 1 Stuido, Chronicle Collectibles

News Roundup: ‘Evolution’ Sees ‘Fallen Kingdom’ Update + Chronicle Debut 1:1 Scale Raptor Hatchling

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom has now exploded onto cinema screens around the world, and the news surrounding the franchise isn’t showing any signs of slowing down!

In an effort to round up just some of that news, I wanted to compile these two news stories together as they both relate to part of the expanded universe/merchandise that sits alongside the movies themselves.

First up is the brand new update to the video game Jurassic World: Evolution. To compliment the US release of Fallen Kingdom, the developers have released a free DLC pack which added six dinosaurs to the dig sites, along with character bios and a wealth of fixes and improvements.

The press release details the new additions:

Added new dinosaurs with unlocks from Fallen Kingdom film:
Indoraptor, Baryonyx, Stygimoloch, Carnotaurus, Allosaurus, Sinoceratops

Added new dig sites to support new dinosaurs:
Smokejack Clay Pit, Surrey, UK, La Colonia Formation, Chubut Province, Argentina, Xingezhuang Formation, Shandong, China, Updated some existing dig sites for the new dinosaurs

Added new character bios and unlocks to the InGen database:
Iris Carroll, Benjamin Lockwood, Franklin Webb, Maisie Lockwood, Zia Rodriguezo, Eli Mills, Ken Wheatley, Gunnar Eversoll

Fixes and Improvements
Various stability fixes
Various performance improvements
Localisation updates and text fixes
Controller layout screens added
Animation improvements
Audio additions
4×4 AI improvements
Various hit check and pathing improvements
Dinosaur ragdoll enhancements
Dinosaurs will now fight on steeper slopes
Various UI fixes and improvements
Fixed helicopters falling out of the sky on loading
Fix for Dinosaurs stuck in panicked and terrorising states
Contracts now show the correct progress
General contract fixes
Helicopters now try their best to avoid monorails
Dinosaurs try to avoid fighting underwater
Dinosaur Ingen DB Bio fixes
Prevention of medicating dead dinosaurs
Logo added to the red ranger vehicle

The new hybrid that Dr. Wu created, the IndoRaptor, is now available to breed at your park – but judging by the movie itself, perhaps this is not such a great idea? You can find more information on the free DLC from the Frontier team here, and if you haven’t seen it, check out our interview with some of the team behind the game:

Next up is Chronicle Collectables latest debut, the 1:1 scale model of the Baby Velociraptor Hatchling as seen in Jurassic Park! Chronicle have been ensuring fans have numerous ways to show their appreciation and love for Jurassic Park’s 25th Anniversary this year, and $250 collectable might be the perfect piece to complete your collection.

This beautiful officially licensed piece was crafted and modeled after the scene in the movie, and measures 11″ in height with a 6″ diameter on the base. As with every piece from Chronicle, various payment plans are available for this item and the pre-orders are now open at ChronicleCollectibles.com!

“The magic of that scene with the hatching baby velociraptor in Jurassic Park remains even after all these years. It’s been great fun to recreate this piece for fans and it’s something that’s never been done before.” – Paul Francis, Creative Director

The item is expected to ship in the second quarter of 2019.

Hopefully you’ve now seen Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom in cinemas and if so, we would love to hear what you thought! Join many other fans in sharing your personal review of the movie in our reactions article where spoilers are of course allowed. Come and join the discussion!

Source: Frontier Developments, Chronicle Collectibles

Chronicle Collectibles Announces 1:5 scale Jurassic Park Triceratops Bust is available for Pre-Order

Chronicle Collectibles has announced that their Jurassic Park 1:5 Female Triceratops Bust is now available for pre-order and will begin shipping in the second quarter of 2019. The bust is 19″ from base to nose on a 16″ diameter base and will cost $750.00. 3, 6 and 10 month payment plans are available.

Thanks to the massive success of our previous 1:5 scale T-Rex busts, we are continuing the line with the world’s first officially licensed 1:5 scale Triceratops Bust from the original Jurassic Park. As you will recall, the Triceratops played a key role in the film by giving Dr. Grant and Ellie their first up close encounter with a fully grown dinosaur. At Chronicle Collectibles, we are thrilled to bring home this magic moment of cinema for Jurassic Park fans with this striking 1:5 scale Triceratops Bust

This gorgeous dinosaur bust was created from a scaled down 3D scan of the Sick Triceratops as seen in the first film. Since the existing life-size scan of the Sick Triceratops only featured one side of the face, our skilled artists mirrored the head for the opposite side and then carefully detailed it to ensure it was wholly accurate and not just a mirror image. The result is a stunning portrait that complements our previous busts and can either be featured with them or as a standalone piece.

This amazing bust is designed to be wall mounted and is roughly the same size as our T-Rex busts; 16″ in diameter for the base and 19″ from base to nose (not including the horns). We also offer an elegant tabletop stand that fits this bust if you prefer not to mount it to your wall (sold separately). This limited edition 1:5 scale Triceratops Bust comes individually numbered and will be sought by collectors long after it is sold out.

Visit Chronicle Collectibles official website for more information about the Jurassic Park 1:5 Triceratops. So what do you think about about this bust, and do you plan to pre-order? Let us know in the comments below and on our forums.

Source: Chronicle Collectibles

Two New ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ Posters Debut Online!

Poster collectors are going to need a bigger wall.

Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom hits overseas theaters in a day, and to celebrate Universal Pictures have revealed two brand new posters! Both of the new posters are exclusive via ticket sale promotions and theater chains, Fandango and Dolby Cinemas respectively. Each poster has been seemingly designed with the fans in mind, and are fun new additions to Fallen Kingdom’s lineup.

The first poster is available now if you Pre-order your tickets through Fandango, and has been designed by fellow Jurassic superfan Nima Nakhshab. You may recognize Nima’s name as his fan posters in the past spread across social media like wildfire, and have been featured on our website numerous times. In an homage to his Star Wars style throwback poster, Nima has designed a dinosaur centric character collage with a vintage poster feel.

Check it out below, and visit Fandango to secure your free poster now!

The second poster revealed today is a more traditional and modern poster, and a huge step up from the other two theatrical posters (Stampede and Eruption) revealed months back. While it’s perhaps a bit cluttered, it feels more in tone with the films, and features Owen and Claire facing the Indoraptor and Baryonyx respectively, and of course has Blue front and center ready to attack. The composition and colors on this poster make it one of my favorites featured in cinemas, second only to the recently revealed IMAX poster.

Check it out below!

What’s your favorite Fallen Kingdom poster, and will you purchase tickets through Fandango to secure your copy designed by Nima? Sound off in the comments below, and hold on to your butts – life finds a way this week.