To kids, at least, there are few things cooler than Lego. One exception? Dinosaurs.
It’s dinosaurs, it’s Lego, it’s a miniature Chris Pratt—what more could you want?
Per a Lego spokesperson, there will be thirteen sets in total, each depicting the adventures of Owen Grady (played by Pratt) and the gang. And, of course, there are plenty of dinosaurs.
Ahead of Toy Fair 2018, the toy company shared a product rundown a few of the sets. Most are centered on the adventures of Owen, Claire Dearing (played by Bryce Dallas Howard), and other Jurassic World characters tasked with dino rescue.
Pteranadon Escape – $19.99
The Pteranadon Escape set, for example, includes a little helicopter, two minifigures, and a Pteranodon dinosaur figure.
Carnotaurus Gyrosphere Escape – $79.99
The largest set is the Carnotaurus Gyrosphere Escape, which comes with three minifigures – Owen, Claire, and Franklin (played by Justice Smith) – and three dinosaurs. The set also includes vehicles and a Gyrosphere.
Raptor Rescue Truck – $24.99
The Raptor Rescue Truck set includes two minifigures – one of which is Owen – a raptor, and a truck with a cage in the back for catching raptors, of course.
Pteranadon Chase – $19.99
The Pteranadon Chase set features another variation of the Pteranadon Escape, this time with a net shooter and a dino egg.
Stygimoloch Breakout – $29.99
The Stygimoloch Breakout includes a minifigure of Dr. Henry Wu (played by B.D. Wong) and his laboratory, plus a pretty neat dino.
Gentle Giants Petting Zoo – $19.99
The final set is for the kiddos out there. It’s a little Lego Duplo set featuring a few friendly looking dinosaurs. But let’s be honest – we’re here for the actual Legos.
The Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom sets will debut at the Toy Fair in New York this weekend, and will hit store shelves in April—just enough time to get familiar before the movie premieres on June 28th.
Correction: An earlier version of this post reported that there were 6 sets in total. This has been corrected to 13.