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Chronicle Collectibles Unveil Limited Run Jurassic Park Dilophosaurus 1/4th Scale Statue

Freshly hatched out of the labs of Chronicle Collectibles is a all new statue of an all time favorite Jurassic Park dinosaur: the Dilophosaurus! This dinosaur has not been seen outside of the original Jurassic film (with two Easter Egg cameos in the Jurassic World films), but is as popular today as it was in 1993. This new 1/4th scale statue is the closest you can come to officially owning the iconic carnivorous creature – check it out below!

The Dilophosaurus in Jurassic Park is a four-feet-tall product of creative license that has the
honor of being one of the few dinosaurs in the franchise to be rendered entirely with practical effects.
The renowned wizards at Stan Winston Studios embraced the task presented to them, and
delivered to the screen a creature capable of going from oddly cute to flat-out horrifying in an
instant. Even before its neck expanded and that toxic venom flew through the air, audiences
knew that Nedry’s day was done.

The artisans at Chronicle Collectibles pay homage to the work of those effects masters with
their Jurassic Park 1/4-scale Dilophosaurus Statue. The creature’s curious expression is fully
realized in one of the two heads included with the piece, which can be readily switched to the
other to capture that signature look with the extended frills and screaming mouth. The
Dilophosaurus Statue is limited to 300 pieces, with the first 100 sold including a Chronicle
Collectibles exclusive — a Barbasol cryo-can in 1/4 scale.

• The Dilophosaurus Statue is crafted in hand painted poly-resin.
• 14″ tall x 21″ long x 12″ deep.
• Switch out head for extended frill, open mouth display option. An additional small base
styled like the paddock markers serves as a stand for either head when not displayed
with the statue.
• Limited edition of 300 pcs
• Chronicle Collectibles Exclusive: 1/4 scale Barbasol cryo can- limited to the first 100
• Estimated to ship Q2 2020
• Priced at $899 (and eligible for no-interest payment plans)

Available for pre-order now! If you’re a collector of high end statues, this one is not to be missed – the inclusion of two different heads really hammers home the versatility of this dinosaurs design variations, and is great for multiple display opportunities.

Will you be picking up this statue? Sound off in the comments below, and as always, stay tuned for the latest news!


5 thoughts on “Chronicle Collectibles Unveil Limited Run Jurassic Park Dilophosaurus 1/4th Scale Statue

  1. Oh Wow! Looks amazing. would love to add it to my jp stuff. but spending $800 on it is unnecessary imo. That’s someone’s rent and groceries. I know there’s payment plans, but still I’d feel bad. Hopefully they’ll release a smaller, budget friendly one like the break out rex.

  2. Incredible design but I do also think their prices are over the top. Not competitive imo. There are amazing JP figures (or resembling JP) out there and probably more affordable. Take Rebor for instance. They are making incredible statues. I know they are not JP licensed but their quality is great for any collector.

    Besides, I had to cancel my Breakout Rex a year ago after the Paint job fiasco too so I got a bit sceptical about it as well. Hope their job has improved 🙂 Specially because JP fans like us deserve the best of the best and we don’t need someone to milk our money the wrong way.

    I’m not trying to diminish Chronicle’s work at all. They are doing some outstanding work nowadays. The quality seems to have improved and glad they teamed up with other companies for releases. I’m just saying their prices seem too steep.

  3. While I love what they’re doing here I also have to agree about the price. Whether it’s worth dishing out depends on how desperately one needs a piece like this. As it is, I simply don’t have the space required.

  4. You all know that it is a 1:4 scale replica of a baby Dilo right? A full grown is over 9 feet tall. Dennis Nedry even says “You’re not quite as bad as your bigger brothers” Look at this:

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