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New York's American International Toy Fair February 13, 2016


Jurassic World! This is being done on the fly on my way out the door for dinner, so I don't have a ton of info for you just yet. The Hybrid T-Rex is in stores already, but the real gem of the new Hybrid line is the Hybrid Indominus Rex. It has loads of moving, action parts and electronic noises. And yes, there's a video below too.

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The hybrid line is loaded with bright colors, spines, and mutations. Longer horns, bluer skin, and new creatures remind me of the late, great The Lost World: Chaos Effect line from the late 1990s. It is wonderful. It is pure. The line is joined by Chris Pratt on a motorcycle, the figure isn't super articulated but does seem to have enough motion to mount his bike.

Video - Jurassic World: Hybrid Indominus Rex

You can see other mutations, like a blue Stegoceratops, a red Carnotaurus, and a T-Rex with dilophosaurus frills in the bashers and biters. I was told these would be available in the Spring, which is nowish, yet no solicitations seem to have gone out for these just yet. I was quite fond of the Bashers & Biters last year and find this to be the toy dinosaur line I want to get. Like, all of it. There's an electronic Raptor as well as a matching brightly colored spitter, but it's that giant mutant I-Rex that stole the show for me. I wish I had more to say but there was precious little signage and no names given in the Hasbro presentations.

--Adam Pawlus

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