New Photos (updated June of 2014)
Four Horsemen and Colorforms versions of Colossus Rex. Both awesome! I prefer Four Horsemen's stockier build but the face of the original can't be beat
and I really prefer the way the fin runs down the original's back.
Four Horsemen and Colorforms versions of Gamma X. This is one of the rare cases where the Four Horsemen version looks superior.
Every known version of Colossus Rex produced as a toy. The small orange Colossus on the top row is the suction cup one which I have on the card. I masked the card
out of the photo.
Three 2nd series Mumzeys. The rubber these are made of have the same consistency and the green, blue and yellow paint are all identical.
A different version of the Alien Attack play set, this one titled Space Adventure.
New Photos (updated mid March of 2014)
Elsewhere on this site I mentioned having seen a small rubber Colossus Rex on a gumball/vending machine card in the 1970s.
Well last year (2013) six of these aliens surfaced (5 of them on Ebay), including the never before seen Colossus Rex and Orbitron.
It is assumed that there is no Commander Comet in this size (with the suction cup on the back). Thanks to my friend Gary for nice
photos of the carded Colossus Rex and Xodiac.
Close ups of the 2 previously never seen amongst collectors suction cup aliens:
I recently picked up yet another type of 3.5" jiggler Colossus Rex (the orange one in the middle), and also realized that the purple
Colossus Rex that I already had was made with a different mold than the more common green version. As can be seen from the pics,
the common type has no spikes on his spine, the extremely rare orange version has one spike on his spine, and the purple version
has 2 spikes on his spine (right below where his fin terminates). The orange one has shorter arms and legs but a slightly longer body.
Also his left ear sits much lower on his face than his right ear does.
As can be seen from these photos, the orange jiggler is considerably thicker than the other versions, has a much fuller fin, and does not have
a hoop on top of his head for a string. His bottom tooth also sticks out much further.