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Velociraptor (Film Universe)
There are three distinct variations of Velociraptor which were cloned by InGen, not counting sexual dimorphism seen within each individual version. However, despite the surface level variations, each sub-species remains relatively similiar in terms of physical attributes. Each species is roughly 6 feet tall…

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Exclusive First Look at Mattel ‘Jurassic World Dino Rivals’ Fall Lineup!

New York Toy Fair may have ended well over a week ago, but that doesn’t mean the reveals have ended! In collaboration with Mattel, we have the first look at some of the upcoming Fall Jurassic World Dino Rivals lineup!

These items are a small sampling of the numerous toys coming out later in the year, which includes multiple new sculpts, species, and repaints! Take a look at the lineup below:

Attack Packs – $7.99

The small Attack Pack assortment will see many great new additions later this year, including the carnivorous Mononykus which is the first fully feathered Jurassic Park dinosaur toy, and the adorable Mussaurus, once believed to be a uniquely small Sauropod due to only juvenile fossils being discovered.

Savage Strike – $9.99

The Savage Strike assortment will continue later in the year, and while its full breadth of species has yet to be unveiled, we have a tease of one of the new items: the Jurassic Park 3 Male Raptor sporting a unique non-film color scheme. While he was slated to release in film colors in 2018, the item was sadly canceled, but thankfully the sculpt lives on here!

Mega Dual Attack – $19.99

Hold on to your butts, as we have the exclusive first look at the Mega Dual Attack Quetzalcoatlus. This magnificent flying reptile is one of the largest flying animals to ever exist, and makes a fantastic new Jurassic World toy. The Quetz can attack with button activated flapping wings and a head strike action!

Be sure to also check out the first look at Mega Dual Attack Amargasaurus via our friends at Collect Jurassic!

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Collect Jurassic has partnered with Mattel to exclusively reveal part of their upcoming Fall figure releases for their Jurassic World Dino Rivals toyline! New entries in the Mega Dual Attack, Attack Pack, and Savage Strike assortments are all on their way in addition to what was revealed during the New York Toy Fair. Without further ado, we can first reveal this Collect Jurassic-exclusive image of the Mega Dual Attack Amargasaurus, as well as images of the Mononykus, Mussasaurus and feathered Velociraptor coming our way. See the full reveals on, as well as an exclusive Quetzalcoatlus reveal on @jurassic_outpost! #collectjurassic #matteljurassicworld #jurassicworld #jurassicpark #mattel #exclusivereveal #toys #dinosaurs #toycollector #amargasaurus #mononykus #mussasaurus #velociraptor

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Also coming later this year is the Destroy N Devour Indominus Rex, new Roarivore repaints, Super Colossal Blue, and more! Be sure to check out our Toy Fair coverage for those pictures, and our buying guide for the toys already available!

What new toys are you most excited for? Be sure to sound off in the comments below, and stay tuned for all the latest news!


16 thoughts on “Exclusive First Look at Mattel ‘Jurassic World Dino Rivals’ Fall Lineup!

  1. Yeah, the film color JP3 figure seems WAAAAAAY Cooler already than the one being actually sold.

    Stupid decision to cancel it. I would have actually bought it if it wasn’t.

  2. The new lineup looks great! I can’t wait to add some of these to my collection! However, I have yet t get my hands on the destruct-a-saurs Dimetrodon and legacy collection Dilophosaurus. Does anyone have any idea where I can find those? I’ve been searching high and low for them for months with no luck. It’s driving me crazy!

    1. Destruct-A-Saurs Dimetrodon is exclusive to Toys R Us (in Canada, where the chain still exists).
      Legacy Collection Dilophosaurus was never released and presumably never will be.

  3. Very excited to see some of the figures coming out this year. Glad they’re following up last years line with what seems to be a good mix of repaints and new sculpts. I have to agree with some other fans as well though, I never realized they cancelled the JP3 style raptor and I’m really disappointed by that. I loved their design in that movie. I guess it’s cool the sculpt is still here but I would’ve love to see the figure in its proper JP3 color way. I suppose you could repaint yourself, but I’m no Ted Brothers. 😉

  4. I’m wondering about the supposed Colossal Brachiosaurus from last year’s toy reveal. Are we going to be able to get that this year or has it been scrapped? Either way I’m looking forward to these releases. Definitely going to snag a Styracosaurs when I see one.

  5. I would like Mattel so much:
    -Tarbosaurus based on “Thrash ‘n Throw T-Rex” or “Extreme Chompin’ T-Rex” with some modifications: the tail not short, a narrower skull and smaller feet;
    -deinonychus based on the velociraptor “Battle Damage” “Attack Pack” and others with some modifications: the head a little larger, the jaws a little longer and less bulging on the sides and feet smaller;
    -Utahraptor based on the indoraptor “Grab ‘n Growl Indoraptor” or “Lockwood Ultimate Battle Set” where there is just to change hands and head;
    – The volcano (30 to 50 centimeters wide), ornithocheirus, sarcosuchus, deinosuchus or purussaurus, skeleton of Apatosaurus STEM;
    -For the velociraptor figures of “Battle Damage” “Attack Pack” and others: the head a little larger, jaws a little longer and less bulging on the sides and feet smaller;
    -And Super Colossal Mosasaurus based on the “Mosasaurus real feel!” with some modifications: the body a little longer, the tail longer and bigger.

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