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RE: This just in.....

Hi all,
Check my web site for a review of the ReSaurus T.rex and Giganotosaurus.
These are the first two I have received for review. I have added several
images as well. There are new reports on work by Strasser, McVey, and
Betty's Tyrannosaurus. I'll soon have a review of Cliff Green's
Giganotosaurus as well as Bruce Bowman's feathered Velociraptor.

John Rafert, M.S.,R.T.(R)
Associate Professor of Radiologic Sciences
Indiana University School of Medicine
School of Allied Health Sciences
Webmaster: Dinosaur Art and Modeling

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Betty Cunningham [mailto:bettyc@flyinggoat.com]
> Sent: Monday, October 05, 1998 9:38 AM
> To: dinosaur@usc.edu; figures@gremlins.com
> Subject: This just in.....
> forget SVP, here's the good stuff.
> I just picked up the current copy of GO FIGURE!-Oct/Nov 
> (trashy action figure magazine deluxe)
> and announced is ReSaurus's CARNAGE dinosaur action figure line.
> It isn't discussed WHEN or WHERE or HOW MUCH these will be available
> BUT......
> pictured are the action figures of:
> Velociraptor (nice head-wierd stubby fingers)
> Giganotosaurus (in the box)(out of the box with the T rex?)
> Tyrannosaurs rex (in the box)
> Stegosaurus (nice head-no throat ossicles)
> Styracosaurus (which is the Triceratops mislabelled by the mag)
> Triceratops (which is the Styracosaurus-way fancy paint job on head)
> They 'look' nicer than the Kenner JP figures, but since this is in
> advance of the product actually hitting the maket these could be proto
> art and not the real thing.
> -Betty Cunningham