Toy Review: Beasts Of The Mesozoic Raptor Series (Creative Beast Studio)

Velociraptor is a genus of dromaeosaurid theropod dinosaur that lived approximately 75 to 71 million years ago during the latter part of the Cretaceous Period. History with action figure style […]

Velociraptor is a genus of dromaeosaurid theropod dinosaur that lived approximately 75 to 71 million years ago during the latter part of the Cretaceous Period.

History with action figure style learning. So I had the privilege of being able to review two of the Velociraptor figures created by Creative Beast Studio. Each figure comes with a biographical card stating where each one was located, time period and what type of habitat it lived in. there are 16 total figures in the raptor series alone. The other series currently being worked on is the Ceratopsian( Triceratops) series which looks to be another amazing articulated series.

We were able to review two of them the Mongoliensis and the Osmalskae. Just by looking at the figures it’s hard to see how well these figures are designed. Once you open the boxes and pull out these jaw-dropping figures the magic begins. First item to point out is the multiple points of articulation. Mouth opens and closes even the tongue moves up and down. arms and legs move. the tale is bendable into different positions and let’s not forget the main toe with the giant claw at the end it moves independently from the rest of the foot. Also included is a base with multiple stands for body support, and two extra feet.

I came across these through an email and decided to reach out to them. I am glad I did. These are great historical action figures with some knowledge via the trading card that comes in the box. They mix well with other scaled figures and are as real to the actual dinosaurs as you can get. They are well sculpted with lots of attention to detail. They seem to handle everyday play well and are sturdy enough for kids to play with. These are available online through Creative Beasts website. Price point ranges in the forty dollar bracket you are paying for highly articulated well-sculpted durable action figures. Grab these while they are available and watch for the next series this line has great potential.

Thank You Creative Beast Studios for allowing us to review these great figures.

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