FigureFocus 314 Play Visions Striped Hyena

Here’s one of those figures that I was very excited to get when they first came out, and I still have a lot of them from those days! I am speaking of the Play Visions Striped Hyena figure, one of eight figures in the Wild Dogs bin figures series. And yes, first off–it isn’t aContinue reading “FigureFocus 314 Play Visions Striped Hyena”

FigureFocus 313 Dinowaurs Series 1 Aucasaurus

Back again with a short one…because I won’t have much to say about it. This is the second time I am looking at a figure from the Dinowaurs Survival series. If you took a quick glance, you might think it’s the same figure as that Monolophosaurus…maybe just a darker photograph? No, this time it’s Aucasaurus,Continue reading “FigureFocus 313 Dinowaurs Series 1 Aucasaurus”

FigureFocus 312 Safari Incredible Creatures Koi Fish (Yamabuki Ogon)

Just in time for summer and pond season (where I am anyway) today is the Safari Incredible Creatures Koi Fish, item 266329. First released in 2017, this figure was released in the line of large, fairly robust models of animals that can be at least somewhat true-sized. This certainly works for the koi figure, whichContinue reading “FigureFocus 312 Safari Incredible Creatures Koi Fish (Yamabuki Ogon)”

FigureFocus 311 Yowies Lost Kingdom Imperial Ammonite

Let’s take a quick look at an early ammonite toy, the Imperial Ammonite from Yowies Lost Kingdom Series B (I did a Run-The-Set that earlier). Don’t need to say much about it, but it is a neat little figure. The first thing that can be noted is that the figure might be labelled as TropaeumContinue reading “FigureFocus 311 Yowies Lost Kingdom Imperial Ammonite”

FigureFocus 310 Bullyland Gomphotherium

So here’s a fun figure from a line I haven’t talked about enough. Another figure from the Bullyland Naturkundemuseum Stuttgart Prehistoric Mammal line. As I’ve said, this was a wonderful series with a relatively broad (especially for the late 90s) diversity of Cenozoic prehistoric animals (admittedly, all but one were mammals). This figure, the GomphotheriumContinue reading “FigureFocus 310 Bullyland Gomphotherium”