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Cyberzoic: First fully painted armored dinosaurs revealed

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Since David Silva and Creative Beast Studio announced their Cyberzoic toyline, we’ve been treated to weekly reveals of concept art along with the mythos behind the figures. In July 2022, Silva gave us our first look at an unpainted armored prototype at San Diego Comic-Con. A couple of months later, she showed us the fully painted Arctic Dragon, which was absolutely stunning.

This weekend, however, Silva finally gave us our first glorious look at a fully painted and armored up dinos.

First up is the 1/18 (3.75″) scale Achillobator giganticus, which made an in-person appearance at Legion Con last weekend before fully blessing the internet with its presence. Cyberzoic: First fully painted armored dinosaurs revealed Cyberzoic: First fully painted armored dinosaurs revealed Cyberzoic: First fully painted armored dinosaurs revealed Cyberzoic: First fully painted armored dinosaurs revealed Cyberzoic: First fully painted armored dinosaurs revealed Cyberzoic: First fully painted armored dinosaurs revealed Cyberzoic: First fully painted armored dinosaurs revealed Cyberzoic: First fully painted armored dinosaurs revealed Cyberzoic: First fully painted armored dinosaurs revealed

As you can see, the figure and its accouterment look outstanding. If you’re one of those folks who don’t want armor on your dinosaurs, however, it looks pretty great without it, as well.

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Let’s go back to the armor now — specifically the Razorhound it can turn into on its own (that comes with an adorably murderous drone accessory).

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In addition to the beautiful sculpt and paint work, the play/display value of this set is off the charts — especially when you include the human figure who’s still in the unpainted prototype phase.

Cyberzoic: First fully painted armored dinosaurs revealed

Cyberzoic: First fully painted armored dinosaurs revealed

After your eyes and wallet recover from the shock of the preceding photos, here is what Silva had to say about the figure in a post to the Creative Beast Studio Facebook page:

First shown at LegionsCon last weekend- here’s an official first look look at the Cyberzoic Achillobator with the Razorhound armor! Achillobater sculpted by Jake Baardse, Razorhound sculpted by Aaron Doyle, and rider and armor design by Ross Persichetti.

It should be a fun next few months as the Cyberzoic reveals continue to roll out.

To read our interview with David Silva about Cyberzoic and the Beasts of the Mesozoic Tyrannosaur series, click here.

If you can’t wait for Cyberzoic to launch and want beautiful, scientifically accurate dinosaur toys now, click here.

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