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Hey folks! This is it, the Jurassic World movie has finally, after 14 years of development, been released worldwide! Have you already seen it? Once or several times? Here at JPToys, we sure hope you did enjoy yourself. And in order to celebrate Jurassic World's release, we've finally unleashed the new Jurassic World sections!

You'll be able to see everything Hasbro has to offer, all four lines of them! Want to see what's new in the Classic line? Try your hand at becoming Dr Wu and create the ultimate hybrid in the Hero Mashers section? Miss the JP Junior toy line and want to discover Playskool's new offerings? Or maybe just play with toys after playing with Ludia's Jurassic World: The Game? The Brawlasaurs section is there for you.

Enjoy these new sections, and stay tuned! There's still more Jurassic World (and Park) goodness to be revealed and included in JPToys' database! ;)


Hey folks! It's been a while, but in the JP/JW toy collecting world, a lot happened! Since last update, TV spots and trailer for Jurassic World were released, toys and exclusives were discovered, and yup, the first JW figures are starting to see the shelves all over the world! So, indeed, there's a lot of controversy about the quality (or lack of, in some cases) of this new line, but hey, after years of drought, it's great to see new life being injected in our little collecting world! And meanwhile, here at JPToys, we're currently working under wraps in order to add news JW sections, as well as a few other surprises. So, sorry for the lack of updates, but it's for the best, as they say!

For today's news, though, we have a few interesting pictures to show you! First, Hasbro revealed the first repaints of the JW line, and... let's say that the colors are surprising (imagine if they had shown that on April 1st?). The new Stegoceratops is okay, but that Rex looks like Mountain Dew bottles were the only beverage available in its paddock. Thankfully, the packaged versions of the Ceratosaurus and the new Dilo make up for that. Enjoy!

Basher Stegoceratops repaint

Basher T-Rex repaint

Growler Dilophosaurus

Growler Ceratosaurus

So, stay tuned for our future updates! You won't be disappointed!


Hey folks! Told you the news would keep on arriving! Today, we're happy to present you the first (official) look at the Indominus Rex, through Hasbro publicity photos released for the US Toy Fair (which starts today). And if that wasn't enough, you can also feast your eyes on the Stomp & Strike (previously known as Mega-Strike) Rex, as well as the first aquatic reptile released in a Jurassic Park line: the Mosasaurus! These pictures also reveal Hasbro's new way of dealing with dino-damage cover. As you can see on the vehicle vs. dino sets, the wound cover can now slide to reveal the dino's insides, a great way not to lose the skin piece (and that happened to ALL of us before). You can also see better pictures of previously-seen figures, like the Allosaurus (with an updated and much better looking head), the Dilophosaurus (with a functional frill, finally!), or the Ceratosaurus, sporting its JP3 colors. Enjoy!

Basher Allosaurus

Basher Pachycephalosaurus

Growler Dilophosaurus

Growler Ceratosaurus

Copter vs. Pteranodon

Submarine vs. Mosasaurus

Gyrosphere vs. Indominus Rex

T-Rex Lockdown Playset

Stomp & Strike T-Rex

Indominus Rex

So yeah, while we can be disappointed about the lack of licensed character human figures, this new line shows a lot of potential. We'll see if that quality will remain on what we see in the stores, starting in May, and also, we don't know what else is to be discovered, like that rumor about 5 new Dino Showdown packs being released. In any case, the future is (finally) getting bright for us, JP collectors! Stay tuned


Hey folks! Now that Jurassic World is getting closer and closer, we sure aren't going to be in any shortage of news! Here's the latest: the first pictures of boxed samples from the JW line have been made public, and here they are for you to feast your eyes upon (including a newcomer previously hidden in our last news: the Stegoceratops)!

Basher T-Rex

Basher Spinosaurus

Basher Ankylosaurus

Basher Stegoceratops

Growler "Blue"

Growler Dimorphodon

Giant "Charlie"

Giant "Delta"

Giant "Echo"

Chomping T-Rex

As you can see, this line appears to be a hit and miss so far. Items like the (long-awaited) Ankylosaurus or Stegoceratops (neat wink to Chaos Effect there, Hasbro!) look very good, while others look even worse than what we've seen in the JP3 line (I'm looking at you, Zombie Spino). Also, unconfirmed news we've received revealing that no human figures, apart from generic 2,5 inch tall no-name troopers, will be released, or the fact that the Giant (or Titan) class Raptors (see Delta and Echo above? That's them) won't sport the trademark Raptor claw on their feet, make the fanbase a bit uneasy about the direction this line is taking, but remember that we haven't seen all of this line, and after all, maybe the NY Toy Fair (starting this week-end) will have some surprises for us! In any case, we at JPToys will continue to give you the latest news in Jurassic Park/world toy collecting!


Hey folks! It's been a while since our last update, but trust us, this one is huge. We are pleased to present you the first pictures of the Jurassic World toy line, by Hasbro! Still, a little disclaimer first.

These images were not leaked from any internal sources from or related to Hasbro or any of its affiliates. All content was shared with us from public sources. We support Universal completely and would not leak anything that was confidential intentionally and we support the film maker's wishes as well! This is why you'll see some items blurred out in these pictures. When they will be publicly shown at Toy Fair, for example, we will make sure to share them with you. But meanwhile, you don't want to spoil yourself too much, right?

Also, it's important to know that these are only preproduction items, and therefore are bound to change or be upgraded by Hasbro before their release. So, true, some of them look rather crude, but we should wait until pictures of the final products are released before jumping to conclusions.

First, here's the latest listing of what we know should be released in this line, along with their planned prices (always good to know how much we're all going to have to save up in order to get these goodies). Note that the items in bold are the ones we currently have pictures of. So yup, there's still a lot that is to be revealed:

Jurassic World Mega Strike T-Rex - B2875 - $34.99
Jurassic World “Bad Boy” Indominus Rex - B1276- $34.99
Jurassic World T. rex- B0537 - $29.99
Jurassic World T-Rex Playset - B3755 - $29.99
Jurassic World Capture Vehicle Asst-B1423 - $21.99
Jurassic World DLX Vehicle Asst- B0534 -$21.99
Jurassic World Chomping Rex - B1156 - $19.99
Jurassic World Game- B0858 - $19.99
Jurassic World Growlers Asst- B1633 - $14.99
Jurassic World SFX Chomper Dino- B0538 - $14.99
Jurassic World Giant Raptor Asst - B1139 - $12.99
Jurassic World 7inch plush Asst - B250 - $9.99
Jurassic World Tracker Dino Asst- B0531 - $9.99
Jurassic World Basher Biter Asst - B1271 - $9.99
Jurassic World Chompers Asst - B3647 - $6.99

Bashers & Biters

Bashers & Biters Spinosaurus


Growlers Dimorphodon

Giant Raptors

Capture Vehicles

Chomping Rex

"Bad Boy" Indominus Rex

So, as you can see, there is a lot planned, way more than for the JP3 line, for example. And yup, after years of waiting, an adult Ankylosaurus, a Ceratosaurus, and more important, no repaints from the previous JP lines! A big thanks goes to our members ChrisLikesDinos and AnonymousContributor for managing to dig up all these juicy infos! Of course, that's only a partial reveal, but there's a lot more waiting! Indeed, we're in for a treat this year! And in the name of the whole JPToys staff, I wish you a (late) Happy New Year! Stay tuned!


First, the Hasbro news: The Toys R Us item inventory system has delivered once again, providing a comprehensive list of toys that will be released next year for Jurassic World! While it is likely this list is incomplete and early, it does give a general concept of the scope and scale of next years line! The list is arranged by price, featuring the TRU item #’s, and listing name:

  • JP BAD BOY Feature Dino #231792- $29.99
  • JURASSIC T REX, #607463 $29.99
  • Jurassic Hero Mash Bad Boy, #596164, $29.99
  • JURASSIC DLX VEHICLE, #608494, $21.99
  • JP CAPTURE VEHICLE #231595- $19.99
  • JP HERO MASHERS TREX #596269- $19.99
  • JP BRAWLASAUR BATTLE SET #231366- $19.99
  • JP CHOMPING Dino Head #231660- $19.99
  • JURRASIC PARK RAPTOR CLAWS #596385- $19.99
  • JURASSIC WORLD GAME, #496734, $19.99
  • JURASSIC SFX CHOMPER DINO, #607180, $14.99
  • JP HERO MASH HYBRID DINO #596143- $14.99
  • JURASSIC TRACKER DINO, #607741 $9.99
  • JP BRAWLASAUR VERSUS 2 PK #231447- $9.99
  • JP HERO MASH DINO #596170- $9.99
  • JP 1 PACK BRAWLASAUR #231616- $5.99
  • JURASSIC STMP CHOMP DINO, #607145, $4.99

Those following Jurassic World movie news will already know that it contains a hybrid dinosaur, “Diabolus Rex”. We had received reports that Hasbro is currently showing off a D-Rex toy under the name of “Bad Boy Rex”, and these listings add credibility to that report. Descriptions of this new new Dinosaur do exist, but we will avoid describing it now to avoid spoilers. The good news- the toys shown apparently have the immaculate detail of 2013’s Pachyrhinosaurus and Allosaurus, but feature realistic colors and detailed paintjobs, unlike the more recent cartoony color schemes. One of the items Hasbro has reportedly shown off is a Mosasaur toy from the new film, which is painted in various deeper blue colors, and is finished with a gloss that makes it appear wet.

In other news, recent rumors that Lego has the Jurassic Park license have been confirmed as true! As of now, Lego has 5 sets planned, and while the names aren’t known, we do have product listings and the prices for New Zealand (via EuroBricks):

  • 49.99 - PT IP B 1
  • 79.99 - PT IP B 2
  • 109.99 - PT IP B 3
  • 149.99 - PT IP B 4
  • 219.99 - PT IP B 5

Further, we have learned that a Lego Jurassic Word video game is currently planned (we called Lego and received confirmation that it is something on the table)! Checkout for information from an internal Toys R Us memo, which claims Jurassic World is expected to be larger for them than the first film! It goes on to detail some of the marketing plans, which are incredibly comprehensive and exciting! Stay tuned as we dig deeper- it is likely news will begin to hit more frequently! Also, don’t forget to join our forums! If you have information, it is the ideal place to share!


Today we have a plethora of news to report, so lets get started! First up, we have what seems to be evidence of a new Hasbro Jurassic Park line for 2014! Once again, mysterious new listings have appeared in the Toys R Us inventory system just waiting to be discovered, which of course, we discovered. Check out the picture, and item details below!

  • Giant Raptor - Hasbro Item # B1139 - $9.99
  • Basher Biter - Hasbro Item # B1271 - $9.99
  • Growlers - Hasbro Item # B1633 - $14.99
  • Chomping Rex - Hasbro Item # B1156 - $19.99

While we do not have a release date yet, I suspect we may see the items as soon as August, or Fall at the latest. As for specifics on the toys, they remain unknown, though some may be the unreleased 6" JP 2011 sculpts (Which we know consisted of the following and perhaps more: Velociraptor, Stegosaurus, Dilophosaurus, Pachycephalosaurus, Spinosaurus and Ankylosaurus). Stay tuned for further updates..


Next up is our first look at merchandise from Jurassic World, the long awaited fourth installment of the Jurassic Park franchise! Thanks to a set visit via Today Show we caught our first glimpse into Jurassic Worlds fictional gift shop, and we got a clear look at a 'Raptor Claw' toy by Hasbro! Check out the video here, and the picture below!

If only we could get a higher resolution of the video, as there seem to be a few more actual Jurassic World products hanging on the back wall. At this time it seems the other items will remain a mystery, but hopefully further set visits will share more glimpses of whats to come.


Our final bit of news is a blast from the past, proving that the Jurassic Park Dinosaurs simply want to defy extinction: check out the canceled Jurassic Park Chaos Effect Ceratosaurus!

It's truly amazing that after all these years, a completely unknown Prototype appeared and that we were able to obtain pictures. It is worth noting that the item now resides in a private collection and is in good hands, so fear not, it will not be forgotten or lost. Check out the toys page here, and on that note, our barrage of news is wrapped up for today, but stay tuned for more as it seems there will be plenty to report on the horizon!

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