Iron Studios is releasing the Jurassic Park Dilophosaurus 1/10 Art Scale Statue, and the Jurassic Park Triceratops Diorama Deluxe 1/10 Art Scale Statue. Both were revealed back at SDCC, the Dilophosaurus stands 7 inches tall on a themed base, while the Triceratops diorama not only features the Triceratops, but scaled versions of Dr. Grant, Dr. Sattler, Tim, Lex, and a park worker, on a detailed base, and stands approx 9″ tall, and over 29″ wide. Both are sheduled to be released 4th Qtr 2020, check out the details on both below.
Prime 1 Studio has announced that they will be selling their Jurassic World collectibles direct to North America, previously their Jurassic World collectibles were sold via third parties like Chronicle Collectibles. This looks to include both Jurassic Park and Jurassic World items, although a few will still have to be purchased from Chronicle Collectibles. This will be helpful to fans since they won't have to go through a third party if they have issues.
Announcing the Jurassic Park OneSixth Dr. Alan Grant and Velociraptor figures from Chronicle Collectibles. These figures can be purchased separately or together as a set, check out the details below.
“Dinosaurs and man, two species separated by 65 million years of evolution have just been suddenly thrown back into the mix together. How can we possibly have the slightest idea what to expect?”
Noted scientist Dr. Alan Grant stands at the pinnacle of the paleontological world. He’s a dying breed, his love of the hunt defined by the trowel at his belt and his ever-present six-inch Velociraptor claw. For Grant, the journey is as fundamental as the destination, and knowledge gained without getting your hands dirty is missing one crucial element: Fun. He has a craving for wonder, and little patience for technology.
Grant also lacks patience for fundraising. He’s a digger. Time spent groveling for money is time better spent in the field. So when noted theme park mogul John Hammond offers to fully fund Grant’s project for three years in exchange for a few days of Grant’s time, it’s hard to say no.
Thus, Grant’s adventure begins, and the wonder induced by Hammond’s actual, live dinosaurs leads to speculation of the dangers inherent in rushing madly into such an endeavor. Which, in turn, descends into horror, as speculation becomes grim, deadly reality. And Grant soon learns that a lifetime studying the lives of dinosaurs is not the same as learning to survive them.
Chronicle Collectibles is thrilled to bring to Jurassic Park fans worldwide our OneSixth posable figure of Dr. Alan Grant. Featuring a fully-articulated body, the figure includes a fine assortment of accessories, including a pair of gloved hands holding a baby raptor, a hand holding a flare, and two swappable portraits in the likeness of actor Sam Neill. Adorned with a custom-tailored reconstruction of Grant’s costume from the original film, this figure will allow Jurassic Park fans the freedom to recreate their own vision of Dr. Grant to idealize the figure’s presence on desk or shelf. For fans who choose to order direct from Chronic Collectibles, they will receive a Chronicle Exclusive swap-out hand holding a raptor claw. Quantities are limited, so reserve yours today!
“You stare at him, and he just stares right back. And that’s when the attack comes. Not from the front, but from the side…from the other two raptors you didn’t even know were there.”
With that bone-chilling description of a long-extinct reptilian terror, Dr. Alan Grant foreshadowed the horror that would all-too-soon dominate his life. That tale presaged a cascading sequence of sounds and revelations, each in turn dialing up the level of dread until, at last, that lightning-fast alpha predator is revealed: The Velociraptor, the supreme pack hunter of Jurassic Park.
While the T. rex was the superficial king of Jurassic Park, the Velociraptors arguably stole the show, especially in terms of skin-crawling fear. Their calculating eyes, coupled with their speed and ability to make astonishing leaps, made for a far deadlier encounter for young Lex and Tim as the raptors stalked the two children through the compound’s kitchen.
Chronicle Collectibles is thrilled to present to collectors the OneSixth Velociraptor Articulated Figure. Standing at 25 inches in overall length and 12” in height, our raptor features 12 points of articulation and comes complete with three sets of hands – one with relaxed hands, one neutral position and the others outstretched for an attack.
Discerning collectors who purchase directly from Chronicle Collectibles will enjoy a bonus accessory: the Raptor handler’s stun baton and hard hat. Quantities are limited, so reserve yours today.
We have paired our OneSixth Dr. Alan Grant and OneSixth Velociraptor into a Chronicle Exclusive bundle that includes Grant's Raptor Claw hand and the Velociraptor's stun baton and hard hat.
Dr. Alan Grant Details:
Bundle both figures
Release Date: Q4 2020
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Prime 1 Studio Legacy Museum Collection Jurassic Park T-REX VS Velociraptors In The Rotunda 1/8 Scale Statue
“T-Rex doesn’t want to be fed, he wants to hunt.”
Prime 1 Studio is proud to present the 1/8 Scale LMCJP-07: T-Rex VS Velociraptors in the Rotunda Diorama from Jurassic Park Film.
Tyrannosaurus-Rex is the largest carnivore living on Isla Nublar and, as such, grew into a fearless, bold, and domineering beast who walks the line between heroine and villainess. She is a female Tyrannosaurus, largely motivated by two goals: keep intruders off her territory and eat any pry she finds there. She is known for participating in several incidents and for saving the major human participants involved in these incidents from other dangerous creatures, although inadvertently. This makes her role something of an anti-hero in the films.
The diorama is based on a famous scene called Tyrannosaurus-Rex Rescue, named after the title of its background music. This scene became an icon of the Jurassic Park franchise. It takes place in Jurassic Park (1993) Film and is the last scene of the movie.
We did our best to capture this epic scene and made it into diorama. The Velociraptor clawing and biting at T-rex’s neck, The Big One’s corpses lying on the ground, decorative skeleton’s parts scattered all over the place all those little details help to make it real. You can even decorate the statue with a banner that falls in front of her in the last scene while she roars as the sign of victory.
This is a must-have piece for all Jurassic Park franchises fans.
Size approximately 26 inches tall [H: 64.6cm W: 74.9cm D: 77.4cm Max width: 75.8cm]
One (1) designed theme base
LED light-up function on base
Poseable “When Dinosaurs Rule the Earth” Banner
T-Rex Signboard (Prime 1 Store Exclusive Bonus Item)
Release Date: Oct. 2020 - Feb. 2021
Prototype samples shown.
Product details could be subjected to change without further notice.
Product is available at Chronicle Collectibles and Iron Studios
Prime 1 Studio has announced a number of new Jurassic Park & World statues coming soon. They include T-Rex Vs Velociraptor In The Rotunda Diorama, Mosasaurus 1/15 Scale, Jurassic World: Stigmolok, Dilophosaurus 1/6 Scale, as well as prevoiusly announced Velociraptor Attack, Indominus Rex 1/15 Scale, Spinosaurus 1/15 Scale, and Brachiosaurus 1/38 Scale. No word on release dates yet, pics below are from various Twitter users of the Prime 1 display of the new statues at the Shinjuku Marui Annex.
Prime 1 Studio is releasing the Legacy Museum Collection Jurassic Park Velociraptor Open Mouth 1/6 Scale statue and Legacy Museum Collection Jurassic Park Velociraptor Closed Mouth 1/6 Scale statue, both statues have a Prime 1 exclusive Velociraptor Special Signboard. Note these are listed as limited to 350 each but that may be with the Signboard, etc. Check out the details below.
“The point is, you are alive when they start to eat you. So try and show a little respect.” - Dr. Alan Grant
Prime 1 Studio is proud to present the 1/6 Scale LMCJP-03S: Velociraptor and 1/6 Scale LMCJP-03LM: Velociraptor from Jurassic Park.
Velociraptor is one of the most popular dinosaurs in the Jurassic Park movie media. They are often seen hunting in packs. Velociraptors are portrayed as being highly intelligent and capable of setting traps and communicating with other pack members. This is the reason the main paleontologist of the franchise, Dr. Alan Grant, is very interested in the them.
Since its appearance in the first film, it has become a symbol of Jurassic Park and has appeared in all the films and games so far.
This is a must-have piece for all Jurassic Park franchises fans.
Size approximately 24 inches tall [H:41cm W:60.5cm D:34.9cm Max width: 65.1cm]
Signboard Size approximately 8 inches tall [H:20cm W:11.6cm D:7.8cm]
One (1) designed theme base
Velociraptor Special Signboard (Available only from Prime 1 Website Exclusive)
Limited quantity available
Limited to 350
Release date: Aug. 2020 - Dec. 2020
Pre-order links: Open Mouth, Closed Mouth.
Iron Studios and Chronicle Collectibles showed off Jurassic Park/World collectibles at SDCC. Iron Studios revealed their Sick Triceratops 1:10 Art Scale Diorama, based on the scene in the original Jurassic Park film. Chronicle Collectibles display featured their two most recent releases Dilophosaurus, and Mosasaurus, as well as a new figure or figures Alan Grant and Velociraptor. No release dates, or prices for the new collectibles were announced, more info as we get it. Pics via Toyark.
Jurassic Park Cryo-Can
“We’ve teased the Cryo-can for several years now but we’re thrilled to say this time we’re starting off SDCC by allowing fans to finally pre-order it. We get messages on a weekly basis asking for this product and I’m pleased to say the wait is over. We think the Cryo-can is going to be one of the hottest collectibles of the year.” – Clay Brown, President
Jurassic World Mosasaurus
“The Mosasaurus Diorama is something we’ve been working on for a while now and I think we’ve captured the creature’s essence in a really fun and appropriate way. What Jurassic World fan doesn’t want something like this on their desk?” – Robert Davis, Social Media & Events Outreach
Jurassic Park Cryo-Can
Have you ever felt the urge to infiltrate a research facility owned by a massive genetics company and make off with more than a dozen fertilized dinosaur embryos? Well, now you can! With the Jurassic Park Cryo-can from Chronicle Collectibles, all of your corporate espionage dreams can come true.
The Jurassic Park Cryo-can is painstakingly replicated from the original screen-used prop, with an all-metal interior construction cradling 15 embryonic storage cartridges, safely hidden by a retro facade, and topped with a plastic cap. Reserve yours today at chroniclecollectibles.com.
Jurassic World Mosasaurus
The T. rex may be the queen of Isla Nublar, but there’s a new apex predator riding a wave into the minds of Jurassic World fans worldwide.
The ferocious Mosasaurus was the star of Jurassic World’s signature show in the Mosasaurus Lagoon and now roams the watery depths of our oceans. With current discovered specimens estimated to range between 16 and 18 meters in length, the Jurassic World Mosasaurus is over 70 feet long, with a diet consisting of pretty much anything that crosses its path.
Now, Chronicle Collectibles proudly presents a three-dimensional homage to that magnificent creature: The Jurassic World Mosasaurus Diorama. In a classic marine hunter-prey scenario, our rendering of the Mosasaurus has her gliding into an elegant downward turn near the sea floor, her mouth open as she prepares to swallow an ill-fated Great White Shark. Cast in high quality polyresin and individually hand-painted, the Jurassic World Mosasaurus Diorama will create a tasteful and elegant display in your home or office. Pre-order yours now!
Chronicle Collectibles Jurassic Park Dilophosaurus Statue
"Uh, nice boy. Nice dinosaur. I thought you were one of your big brothers, you're not so bad..."
On the storm-wracked island of Isla Nublar, with a pocket full of dinosaurs and greed in his heart, Dennis Nedry made one wrong turn too many.
Nedry fancied himself a man of numbers. His entire existence revolved around the manipulation of code to achieve a desired result. He wasn’t especially good at it. All the same, his eyes remained ﬁxed on a computer screen, and he had little time to see the world around him, much less respect it. Numbers, it seems, were the only thing he appreciated. All the more so when those numbers had dollar signs attached.
Which is how Nedry found himself at the bottom of a ravine in the middle of a storm, his Jeep stuck on a fallen branch, his glasses lost, stumbling blinding through water and mud and face-to-face with a deadly Dilophosaurus.
The Dilophosaurus in Jurassic Park is a four-feet-tall product of creative license that has the honor of being the only creature 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.
Chronicle Collectibles has announced The Lost World: Jurassic Park Parasaurolophus Statue, the first ever licensed from the film. Check out the details below and Pics.
The Lost World: Jurassic Park Parasaurolophus Statue
The strange looking Parasaurolophus is definitely one of our favorites at Chronicle and now we’re ready to bring this unique dino home for fans. Presenting the world’s first licensed Parasaurolophus statue from The Lost World: Jurassic Park, created from an original Stan Winston Studios casting! The pre-order fun begins tomorrow at 3pm CDT (8pm UTC) at chroniclecollectibles.com!
This next release in our line of cinema-quality maquettes honors the work of master FX artisan Stan Winston and his immeasurable contributions to the Jurassic Park franchise. With its tan body and reddish brown highlights on its back and face, this duck-billed dinosaur stands atop a sandy base reminiscent of the grounds of Isla Sorna where Roland Tembo pursued the Parasaurolophus herd. Individually numbered and measuring a sizeable 21” tall by 33” long, this dinosaur is destined to make a fantastic addition to your growing Jurassic Park and Jurassic World collection from Chronicle Collectibles!
• World’s First Officially Licensed Parasaurolophus Statue from The Lost World: Jurassic Park
• Limited Edition
• Crafted in Polyresin
• Diorama base with The Lost World: Jurassic Park logo medallion
• Approx. 21" tall, 33” long, and 11” wide
• Estimated to Ship Q2 2020
• Priced at just $499 (and eligible for our no-interest payment plans)
It's about time the Parasaurolophus received some high-end collectible love, and we're so proud to bring you this gorgeous piece starting at 3pm CDT tomorrow!