Y-MSF is releasing two versions of Gorosaurus, the blue/green closed-mouth one is from the 1967 King Kong Escapes film, and the green open-mouth one is from 1969′s Destroy All Monsters. Tempting Toys has both listed for $65 each.
Based Upon The 1998 Box Office Smash!OFFICIAL CONTEST RULES and INFORMATION
"...the show moves at a fast clip and the animation is solid." - Judge David Johnson, DVD Verdict
A fast-paced animated adventure pitting humanity against a new generation of giant monsters!
After helping take down Godzilla, biologist Dr. Nick Tatopoulos (voice of Ian Ziering) stumbles upon his hatchling, who bonds with the scientist as a parental figure. Recruiting his own environmentally-directed research outfit—HEAT (Humanitarian Environmental Analysis Team)—Nick sets out to study not only this new generation, but also to investigate the increasing reports of monsters of all types and other environmental anomalies menacing the Earth. Each exciting episode is a pulse-pounding monster-hunt driven by Nick’s team—accompanied by their 300-foot giant reptile—as they travel the globe defending humankind against mutant threats.
The entire 40 episode series is available together for the first time, including 2 UNAIRED episodes!
This latest peak comes courtesy of Nathan Schroeder, a concept artist who has worked on blockbusters like Star Trek and The Avengers. Universal is apparently quite alright with him releasing these images to the public, which paint a very peculiar picture of the Jurassic World we know and love. These are peeks at the island of Kauai, which is apparently doubling as the infamous Isla Nublar.It is unsure if this is purely concept art and whether or not this is specific to the storyline.