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Jurassic Park Figures 2009

It was another four years before Hasbro released more Jurassic Park Figures as a Toys R Us exclusive, featuring mainly re-paints of the Jurassic Park 3 figures and a re-tooled version of the Bull T-Rex from the Jurassic Park: The Lost World line.

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This line was received very fairly poorly at retail though, probably due to the lack of a movie or TV tie-in and the fact there hadn’t been a new movie for about eight years.

The JP 9 line was made up of:  4 two-packs, $5-$10; 4 human vs dinosaur packs, $10-$15; and 7 dinosaurs $15-$20.

Jurassic Park Figures Two Packs

SPINOSAURUS-TYRANNOSAURUS-REXSpinosaurus and Trynnasaurus Rex
SPINOSAURUS-VELOCIRAPTORSpinosaurus and Velociraptor
TRICERATOPS-TYRANNOSAURUS-REXTriceratops and Tyrannasaurus Rex
VELOCIRAPTOR-TYRANNOSAURUS-REXVelociraptor and Tyrannasaurus

Human vs Dinosaur

DESERT-TRACKER-ALAN-GRANT-VS-VELOCIRAPTORAlan Grant with Velociraptor
DINO-DIVER-SPINOSAURUSDiver and Spinosaurus
DINO-GLIDE-BILLY-BRENNAN-VS-PTERANODONBilly Brennan and Pteranodon
FOREST-HUNTER-GENERAL-TYRANNOSAURUS-REXForest Hunter General and Tyrannosaurus Rex

Dinosaurs

DilophosaurusDilophosaurus
TriceratopsTriceratops
Tyrannosaurus RexTyrannosaurus Rex
VelociraptorVelociraptor
Tyrannosaurus Rex with GeneralTyrannosaurus Rex with General
ALLOSAURUS-ASSAULTPachycephalosaurus Assault
ALLOSAURUS-ASSAULTAlloaurus Assault

Jurassic Park Figures 2011

Rumours began to circulate that a new line was due to be released in 2010, and pictures showing re-tooled figures, originally from the GI Joe line, with Jurassic Park markings began to show up, as well as some images of new dinosaur sculpts. 

However the line was re-scheduled for 2011 and finally terminated altogether, probably due to the lack of new material, poor sales for the 2009 line and the fact that the license lapsed in 2011.

Sources:

JP Toys

Jurassic Park Wiki

Official Guide to Action Figures by Stuart W Wells and Jim Main

Toyfare Magazine


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