Mattel’s premiere Jurassic collectible toyline, Amber Collection, seems to finally be hitting its stride in 2020. After a rocky start as a Gamestop-exclusive launch last year, the first wave of figures eventually found their way into more collector’s hands after showing up on Amazon. Now a little more than a month into the new year, the next wave of Amber Collection is officially hitting another major online toy retailer: Entertainment Earth. Preorders opened today for Owen Grady and Velociraptor Blue, the latest additions to the growing Amber Collection. And even more exciting, Entertainment Earth is already teasing Wave 3!
Before we dive into what’s next for Amber Collection, we first have official details to share as well as preorder info for both Owen and Blue below:
Jurassic World Owen Grady 6-Inch Scale Amber Figure / $26.99
- Relive iconic moments from Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom!
- Must-have movie-true 6-inch scale action figure of Owen Grady!
- From the scene when Owen returns to Isla Nublar to save Blue.
- Features a removable knife, an extra set of exchangeable hands, and a display stand.
Relive nostalgic, iconic film moments with this Jurassic World Owen Grady 6-Inch Scale Amber Collection Action Figure that captures the spirit of the franchise legacy with movie-authentic decoration and deluxe detail. Standing approximately 6-inches tall and inspired by Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Owen features movable joints for posing and play action, and he comes with a removable knife accessory, an extra set of exchangeable hands, and a display stand. You don’t want to miss him!
For even more fun, pair this exciting Owen figure with the equally exciting Jurassic World Velociraptor Blue 6-Inch Scale Amber Collection Action Figure! Sold separately.
This amazing action figure portrays the scene when Owen returns to Isla Nublar to save his endangered trained velociraptor Blue. Finding Blue in the jungle, Owen extends his hand to her, but little does he know that she will later end up saving him!
Jurassic World Raptor Blue 6-Inch Scale Amber Figure / $31.99
- Blue, in all her fearsome glory!
- Sensational movie-accurate action figure of the Owen-friendly Velociraptor.
- Based on Blue’s appearance in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
- Her intellect and ability to experience empathy are captured in extraordinary detail!
Inspired by the blockbuster movie Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, this sensational Jurassic World Velociraptor Blue 6-Inch Scale Amber Collection Action Figure of the Owen-friendly Velociraptor measures roughly 6-inches tall, features movable joints for posing and play action, and includes a stand for display. The feel and spirit of the film and the film series are captured in excellent detail and the movie-accurate deco, too. Don’t let Blue get away from you!
For even more fun, pair this exciting figure of Blue with the equally exciting Jurassic World Owen Grady 6-Inch Scale Amber Collection Action Figure! Sold separately.
This awesome Blue action figure and embodies her intellect and ability to experience empathy, which allows her to develop a close bond with Owen Grady – so much so that she risks her life to save him!
What was that? Sounded like hooting, coming from those bushes over there… That’s right: Dilophosaurus is coming to Mattel’s Amber Collection next, joined by a stick-wielding Dennis Nedry. While we’ve seen these silhouettes teased before, Entertainment Earth has now confirmed that both of these hotly anticipated figures will be available soon as part of Wave 3. Feast your eyes on the latest sneak peek below (sourced from Entertainment Earth’s “Hot Off the Truck” YouTube video).
Also mentioned in the same video is that Amber Collection will not be released in brick-and-mortar stores, at least for the foreseeable future. So for Jurassic collector’s looking to score the latest Amber Collection releases, buying online looks to be your only option. As always, we’ll keep you updated on when and where you can buy these and more of the latest Jurassic toys. Now, has anyone seen Charlie?
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I’ve seen Charlie on “The Dino Park” website. Unfortunately a bit overpriced if you ask me. But some may be willing to pay this rather than missing out on it.
I still got to get the first wave of this. It’s a great line of figures but between the price and me still focusing on the primary Mattel assortment it’s a bit of a challenge. I’m hoping for a reasonable price drop on the first wave before the newer ones come out.
Bringing out an Amber Nedry is a bit of a slap in the face to all those people collecting the main line if you ask me.
I completely agree- my biggest problem with the Amber Collection is the size. The Jurassic franchise hinges on human/dinosaur interaction- simply imagining a T-Rex sized for the Amber Collection makes my wallet try to flee in terror. The Legacy Collection was the best and brightest part of the main line and Mattel has chosen to ignore it, which is frustrating and sad.
Definitely a disappointment how the Legacy Collection has been more or less ignored. So much they could’ve and still should do with that line. Besides the disappointment of the cancelled Dilophosaurus and JP3 Male Raptor.
Very true.. maybe Mattel let their exclusive for target die out so they can sell the legacy line online and in other stores. It takes a little time for that. Betting the legacy 3.75 will be going fast with the new movie coming.
Reminds me of Star Wars. couldn’t just stick to 3 3/4″ , had to keep adding others sizes. now, basically killed that franchise as they have forgotten about what made them so popular over the years. Mattel is heading down that same path…………just focus on one size people!!!!
You wanna know what killed the Star Wars toy franchise? That would be the SJW Star Wars movie characters. Nobody wants the purple haired commander or any of the other garbage figures.. they are still releasing 3.75 and 6 inch in Star Wars.. this is nothing but good for the franchise of Jurassic.. I hate the Jurassic world movies but love how it’s brought back good toys.. this amber collection is better than my Hasbro or neca..
If the Amber Collection was the sole new line-up for 2020 it wouldn’t be a problem but with the current and upcoming Primal Attack assortment and me still catching up on the Fallen Kingdom and Dino Rivals assortments (including trying to score some of the more rare or elusive ones for reasonable prices), this is pretty frustrating how Mattel keeps popping these out at such a fast rate and isn’t allowing any of us to recover financially or catch up with all of the prior toys. The Amber Collection still looks great don’t get me wrong, but I feel it’s come out too soon and at a time so many of us are still focusing on the main line and trying to bounce back money-wise.
Make more money.. keep up then
I work two jobs and between rent, bills and food, not always that easy or simple.
Well, those are looking good. Okay, I’m only collecting Dinosaurs anyways….
*looks at comment section*
All I see there is whine whine whine.
I actually don’t care at all about the people figures, I just want more articulated dinos, curious to see what the biggest release we’ll get in this line is. I know that 6-inch scale T-Rex or Indominus is almost certainly unlikely to happen, but maybe we’ll get a Triceratops or something. At least the Baryonyx from JW:FK would be cool.
When will series 1 hit the UK ? Been waiting months, no where to be found online other than ebay and paying expensive shipping from USA. Thanks.
If you all can tell amber collection and Mattel to make a Echo