New from Schleich for 2015 (Video Preview) – Schleich Anhanguera and the Schleich Kentrosaurus
We have created a short video preview of the Schleich Anhanguera and the Schleich Kentrosaurus models.
As team members from Everything Dinosaur eagerly await the arrival of the first batch of new prehistoric animal products from Schleich, we took time out to shoot a quick video preview of the new Anhanguera and Kentrosaurus models. These two replicas, part of the World of History model range will be part of the first set of new replicas to be released by Schleich this year. We are expecting to have stocks by February, possibly even earlier. Both models are beautifully painted and the pterosaur has an articulated lower jaw.
Short Video Preview of New Schleich Models (2015)
Video credit: Everything Dinosaur
Schleich Anhanguera and the Schleich Kentrosaurus
Team members at Everything Dinosaur took the opportunity to shoot some footage of the new prehistoric animal models whilst at a recent trade show. The short video provides collectors and model fans with a preview of the latest Schleich World of History model introductions.
To view Everything Dinosaur’s current range of World of History prehistoric animal models: Schleich Prehistoric Animal Models and Figures.
Significant Company Investment
Schleich have invested heavily in the development of their dinosaur model range. The company sees these new additions as part of a three-cornered strategy to continue to grow the Schleich brand in 2015, Schleich refer to this strategy as the 3-Ds (one of the Ds stands for dinosaurs). Just for the record, the other two Ds stand for dragons (big increase in fantasy dragon figures in 2015) and for D.C. Comics (Schleich will be marketing a set of figures inspired by characters created by the comic strip company (Justice League). Two further dinosaur models, a Giganotosaurus and a Spinosaurus will be added to the World of History model range in July.
To read a blog post about the Schleich Giganotosaurus and the Schleich Spinosaurus figures: Schleich Giganotosaurus and Spinosaurus Previewed.
The blog post link (above) also provides access to a short video we created highlighting these two, new theropod figures.