Friday, November 18, 2011

Unidentified Figure Foto

Toy Line: Unknown

Sculpt Names: Unknown

About: How many dinosaur mini figure toy lines are there? How many times has George Lucas needlessly edited The Star Wars movies? The answer to both questions is "too $&#% many." However, unlike George's edits, there are some good saurian toy lines. The above figures may or may not belong to one of the good ones. And though the above sculpts are pretty basic, I will say they're attractive. I'm fairly certain these figs do not belong to the Dinomite and/or the Dinobrite toy lines. (Both of which I'd like to document here at MXD someday.) These figures are made of hard plastic. I believe I originally acquired them from the UK.

If you recognize 'em, let us know in the comments. Thanks!


Maverick Collecting said...

Dinosaurs in my Pocket or 'Baby' Dinosaurs in my Pocket? Not sure, just a guess...!

Soupie said...

Thanks mate. I'll have a look into those lines! However, MIMP tend to be made of softer plastic. These are harder, so if anything, they would be boots. Still worth checking out.

Maverick Collecting said...

It was only an idea, I'm sure I vaugley recognise them, but is it a childhood memory or something I've seen and not purchased at a show or are they on the internet somewhere?!!!

You tried the Dinosaur sites?


Adam16bit said...

These are extremely close to my Mites/Brites... the Monoclonius is VERY close except the pose is just a tiny bit different.

Green - Dino-Mites #35 or Dino-Brites Quentin
Blue - Dino-Mites #33 or Dino-Brites Oliver
Red - Dino-Mites #9 or Dino-Brites Danny

Definitely not Dinosaur in my Pocket/MIMP Dinosaurs, these are unquestionably based on the Panosh Place Dino-Mites. Unless this is the line Panosh used to make its Dino-Mites, maybe? I hope you find out, this is really neat to see!

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