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does the primal attack indominus (the smaller one) have different proportions to the original? I keep thinking it does and its bugging the hell out of me
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I had to sell 95% of my Jurassic Park collection a while back, only keeping a few of the big rexes, but I definitely am interested in some of these newer Mattel releases. I'm going to be putting up a new shelf for Godzilla vs Kong, and I might consider also trying to fit a new JP shelf in there. I especially like the Trex and the new Spinosaurus.

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Do we know when the Rebor retro rex and Disney Carno are going up for sale?
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Nope. Though Rebor is also doing a 3rd retro Rex inspired by the old Invicta figure.
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David Silva has posted some images of the painted Bistahieversor and Juvie rex prototypes and PLEASE GOD CAN THIS KICKSTARTER START ALREADY

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The Ceratopsians are finally starting to come in at BBTS, Psittacosaurus just landed in my pile of loot!

Can't wait to get 'em in hand

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Alright, I'll admit, the TLW raptor looks MUCH better here. Still think if I grab it I'll customize it but it's not AS bad.
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I'm definitely tempted to pick up both the raptor and the Pteranodon - especially the Pteranodon. I haven't touched Mattel's JW line in a while now.
What I'm REALLY waiting for is that Camp Cretaceous Spino...

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Painted Bistahieversor prototype pics!

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Anyone else have their Godzilla embryo pre-orders canceled?

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Wave Two of the Ceratopsion BOTM line is about to hit states so this month is your last chance to get in the cheaper preorder pricing on the site.

Also, David teased the concept of the one tyrannosaur we've all been waiting for.....

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Ooooh. Looks very WWD inspired
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Executive Hamster wrote: Tue Mar 09, 2021 9:44 am Ooooh. Looks very WWD inspired
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Mattel is making an Apatosaurus! I'm mostly out of the dinosaur collecting game for now, but this is an exception I'll make all day. I've been wanting one of these for years.
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Oh god, did JW Apatosaurus always have that many toes?

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I got my pnso Wilson statue shipped! Should be coming in sometime soon
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TLW raptors and JP3 Pteranodons are in stock at BBTS, as well as pre-orders for BOTM Cerstopsion series 2.
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I want to get the glow in the dark Ceratopsain as it would make an awesome weird 'Skull Island' dinosaur to go with Poster-Color Kong.

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I'm thinking about putting the rebor retrosaurs into my mecha & kaiju collection, mostly because I don't really have anywhere else to put them. They also have that more monstrous visage anyway
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