Rebor Tyrannosaurus rex “KISS” Mountain


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The Rebor Tyrannosaurus rex “KISS” Mountain version. A wonderful model of a T. rex from Rebor. A fantastic Rebor Tyrannosaurus rex supplied complete with an Everything Dinosaur T. rex factsheet.

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A Rebor Tyrannosaurus rex “KISS” Mountain version. A fantastic, detailed model of a Tyrannosaurus rex from Rebor. The Rebor 1:35 scale T. rex with an articulated jaw, articulated arms and a poseable tail. Model is supplied with a clear plastic support stand.

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Weight 995 g




The outer packaging for this figure has been damaged in transit to our warehouse and is not the usual standard.

1 review for Rebor Tyrannosaurus rex “KISS” Mountain

  1. Luke Finch (verified owner)

    I have just one word to describe Kiss the latest and most scientifically accurate Tyrannosaurus Rex model courtesy of Rebor WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. I’m completely blown away by how awesome this figurine is and not ashamed to admit totally in love with it. This is the best affordable T Rex on the current market bar none. It totally blows away the Papo Rex (a good model in it’s day but horribly outdated now) and is even better than Wilson, last year’s T Rex model by PNSO. Everything about Kiss is perfect from the colouration which reminds me of the Carnage Resaurus Giganotosaurus figure from the late nineties early 2000s I believe ( who remembers that particular model) to the realistic looking scales on the head, around the eyes and all over the body. What I love most is the lips. Although somewhat resistant to the idea at first I’ve become a big fan of lips on theropods in paleoart. One reason is that it makes the animals look like, well, animals rather than the scrawny, shrink-wrapped, snaggle toothed movie monsters beloved by obsessive awesome bro fanboys. In fact reconstructing these creatures this way is nothing new. We see it in the early to mid 20th century paleoart of Charles R Knight and Rudolph Zallinger. Even in popular culture from the time featuring dinosaurs we see it too. For example the Tyrannosaurus from the original King Kong (1933)had lips covering the teeth. So too did the Tyrannosaurus/ Allosaurus hybrid Gwangi from The Valley Of Gwangi (1969). Paleontology like everything else moves with the times and we need to move on from the T Rex with permanently exposed teeth as popularized in Jurassic Park (1993). Though it admittedly looked cool and made the animal scary back in the day it’s horribly outdated now. All in all I cannot recommend this model highly enough and it is a must have for any collector. It’ll be a while before Kiss is surpassed or even equalled. Five ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ s.

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