Jurassic Park Dinosaur Dioramas Review
As part of the series, we have the Dilophosaurus, Velociraptor, and T.Rex dioramas. Each one has a satisfying weight that conveys quality. A cleanly painted Jurassic Park logo can be found at the display’s base, as well as on top. The back has a scenic print, but the other three faces are nice and clear, allowing you to admire the dinos from all angles. These toys are clearly made for collectors, or at the very least, for fans who prefer to admire their toys rather than play with them. That said, these containers do have a trick up their sleeve. You can take the top section off of the base to access the statue underneath.
With an even closer look at the statues, you can admire the molded detail and paintwork, both of which are pretty solid. The scenic areas are not as precisely detailed as the dinos, but they are done well enough that we instantly think of the movie scenes they reference. For even more display options, the dinosaurs can be removed from the display and posed on their own. One small thing to note, while the Noble Collection does package these figures extremely well to avoid jostling, we had one slight paint imperfection on our T.Rex. We think this may have to do with the fact that she only slots in partially and thus has a looser fit than the Dilophosaurus and Velociraptor.
Should I get it?
These are great desk or shelf display pieces for fans of the Jurassic Park franchise. They’re affordable but nice looking collectibles!
- They’re hefty collectible quality figures.
- The dinosaurs have great paint and sculpting.
- You have several display options, and clean sturdy display cases.
- They’re quite affordable as far as collectibles go.
- The paint on the scenes is a bit more simple, compared to the dinos.
- Our copy had one small paint smear. We probably got unlucky.