Hasbro, Universal Brand Development and Amblin Entertainment have teamed up for the first-ever Transformers x Jurassic Park collaboration, and these toys are definitely “More than Meets the Eye!”
The iconic T-rex and Ford Explorer from the 1993 film “Jurassic Park” are now Transformers robots — Tyrannocon Rex and Autobot JP93. Both figures feature a combined 260 unique decos and details inspired by fan favorite moments from the film. The Tyrannocon Rex figure transforms into T-rex mode in 27 steps and features detailed modeled dinosaur texture, as well as an all-new head mold.
The Transformers take on the iconic vehicle from the film, Autobot JP93, can be converted into its Ford Explorer mode in just 18 steps. The figure stands at 5.5 inches and comes with a blaster accessory that can attach to the figure in either mode. Dr. Alan Grant and the Game Warden inspired both the JP93 hat in bot mode and the blaster accessory.
Both figures come together in packaging inspired by the scene in “Jurassic Park” in which the T-rex gets loose and crushes the Ford Explorer. Included in the packaging is a cardboard backdrop of the T-rex’s enclosure, so fans can recreate the iconic moment.
The Tyrannocon Rex figure and Autobot JP93 vehicle pack can be preordered on Amazon (though are currently temporarily out of stock), priced at $104.99. A second release of the figure and vehicle pack will be available starting Dec. 1, 2021 through HasbroPulse.com and select retailers worldwide.