Will you be inspired to take epic photos of the Jurassic World CAPTIVZ Dominion Edition dinosaurs? | Source: ToyMonster International

One of this summer’s 🔥hottest🔥 movies has already inspired one of this year’s hottest collectible toy lines.

Jurassic World Dominion is set to slash its way onto theater screens on June 10, but ToyMonster International‘s Jurassic World CAPTIVZ Dominion Edition Slime Eggs are already popping up at retailers — and in toy boxes — across the country.

Jurassic World CAPTIVZ Dominion Edition Slime Egg | Source: ToyMonster International

Kids can unwrap each egg to discover a packet of BioSyn Lab slime — a vibrant, blue ooze inspired by the BioSyn Laboratory featured in Jurassic World Dominion. Within the slime, kids will also discover a collectible Pop N’ Lock toy dinosaur. Each egg also includes a battle token with information about the included species of dinosaur and a collectors’ guide that features instructions on how to battle. There are 30 dinosaur species to collect, including never-before-seen species that kids can spot in the new movie!

We discovered a Parasaurolophus in this egg. Which dino will you discover? | Source: The Toy Insider

Jurassic World CAPTIVZ Dominion Edition Slime Eggs tick a lot of boxes when it comes to play patterns and value. Kids will enjoy the element of surprise; the tactile fun of slime; and the perfectly sized dinosaurs that they can collect, battle with, or trade with friends. There’s also an educational hook in that kids will learn about the various dinosaur species that are featured in Jurassic World Dominion. Kids just might even discover a super-rare limited edition metallic giganotosaurus hidden within their egg!

The Jurassic World CAPTIVZ Dominion Edition collection is extensive. | Source: The Toy Insider

But the fun doesn’t stop with Slime Eggs! ToyMonster’s Jurassic World CAPTIVZ Dominion Edition range includes larger offerings, including a Surprise Egg, a Mega Egg, and Zoom Riders. Kids can also get a cool Collector Case that opens up for play and display with included backgrounds that just may inspire budding “toyographers” (that’s shorthand for “toy photographers”) to shoot some epic shots of their own collection.

Related: Conquer Jurassic World with the CAPTIVZ Dominion Edition Mega Surprise Egg

Toy Insider pro-tip: Hunt for these dinos in-store at Walmart, Five Below, Meijer, and Amazon.

The CAPTIVZ Dominion Edition single Slime Eggs are so hot right now, you could say that there’s some “gray market” dinosaur trading afoot. Officially, the single Slime Eggs are priced at just $4.99, which makes them awesomely affordable, and both kids and collectors love these things. If you see a single egg being sold for a higher price online, there’s a good chance that it’s a marketplace seller operating on a major retailer’s website. Who knew that dinosaur scalpers would be a thing this year?

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James Zahn

James Zahn

James Zahn, AKA The Rock Father, is Editor-in-Chief of The Toy Book, a Senior Editor at The Toy Insider and The Pop Insider, and Editor of The Toy Report, The Toy Book‘s weekly industry newsletter. As a pop culture and toy industry expert, Zahn has appeared as a panelist and guest at events including Comic-Con International: San Diego (SDCC) Wizard World Chicago, and the ASTRA Marketplace & Academy. Zahn has more than 30 years of experience in the entertainment, retail, and publishing industries, and is frequently called upon to offer expert commentary for publications such as Forbes, Marketwatch, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, USA Today, Reuters, the Washington Post, and more. James has appeared on History Channel’s Modern Marvels, was interviewed by Larry King and Anderson Cooper, and has been seen on Yahoo! Finance, CNN, CNBC, FOX Business, NBC, ABC, CBS, WGN, The CW, and more. Zahn joined the Adventure Media & Events family in 2016, initially serving as a member of the Parent Advisory Board after penning articles for the Netflix Stream Team, Fandango Family, PBS KIDS, Sprout Parents (now Universal Kids), PopSugar, and Chicago Parent. He eventually joined the company full time as a Senior Editor and moved up the ranks to Deputy Editor and Editor-in-Chief.