Amber Collection 6" Jurassic Park Ian Malcolm Version 2 And Ray Arnold Figure Images

by Jay Cochran
February 26, 2021
Shown below via Collect Jurassic is our first look at the Amber Collection 6" Jurassic Park Ian Malcolm Version 2 And Ray Arnold figures from Mattel. These are both available for pre-order at our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com along with the Amber Collection Pteranodon and Amber Collection Tiger Raptor.
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JangDangus - 2021-04-14 @ 7:50 pm

This is much better than the Nedry. At least it doesnt look like a family guy character. I was really worried about those arms in the prototype. Looking good and even now! Cant wait to get it!

Mr_Scary92 - 2021-04-14 @ 4:14 pm
3 minutes ago, TexasTauros said:

I don't understand, why does Australia get these first?

It's a very exceptional case, I've read that Australia is not exactly a paradise for collectors, there is a lot of stuff that does not reach the "down under".

TexasTauros - 2021-04-14 @ 4:06 pm

I don't understand, why does Australia get these first?

JayC - 2021-04-14 @ 4:00 pm
Shown below are new in-hand images for the 6" Jurassic World Amber Collection Ray Arnold figure from Mattel. Ray Arnold of course was played by Samuel L. Jackson in the first Jurassic Park movie.According to Jurassic Outpost, these images were taken by a Josh H. who found the figure in Australia. The figure includes a severed arm accessory as well as multiple hands, headset, stand and desktop computer. You can purchase this figure from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com.

JangDangus - 2021-03-16 @ 1:48 am

Really happy they added the arm. It's cool and it shows the line might be gearing itself more toward the adult audience. They will get more collectors that way. They have been leaning away from it and most collectors aren't buying. Better figs with more accuracy will help. They need to redo NEDRY too. It's not too late tokick start the line with more buyers.

Belmont13 - 2021-03-16 @ 12:41 am

The severed arm looks more real thanin the movie.

tudortiger2000 - 2021-03-15 @ 10:54 pm

Hold on to your butts, for this one.

JayC - 2021-03-15 @ 1:33 am
We had shown these figures without most of the accessories before, but now via Collect Jurassic we have updated images to share of Mattel's latest 6" Jurassic Park Amber Collection offerings. First up is Ray Arnold who is going to include a severed arm accessory as well as multiple hands, headset and desktop computer. The second version of Dr. Ian Malcolm in the line will include a torch, walkie-talkie and multiple hands. The one has updated elbow articulation over the previous Malcolm figure we got. These are both available for pre-order at our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com

memocromatico - 2021-03-02 @ 3:23 pm
On 2/26/2021 at 11:43 AM, Mr_Scary92 said:

I can't appreciate the difference in the Dr. Malcolm figure.

Is Jurassic Park and I think there should be at least one dinosaur per wave.

From what I can see:Bit of mud sprayed here and there, a radio instead of a glass of water.

As for Dinos, I think that's because this is a bigger wave than usual. Instead of just 1-1, they're giving us 2 humans and 2 dinos (the pteranodon and raptor from TLW) if I recall correctly. They're just not in this announcement

Belmont13 - 2021-02-28 @ 3:14 am

It might be the posebut the Ray Arnold doesn't look very good.

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