CollectA released 16 new figures for 2010, not as much as last years, but still impressive. They continue to release obscure and never before released figures, in addition to classic well know such as Brachiosaurus and Triceratops. A quick glance at the new figures, one will notice the improvement in quality of the figures compared to previous releases, a sign that CollectA/Procon is maturing as a company. They seem to be moving towards more deluxe, meaning larger 1:40 figures. The level of detailing seen in the latest release are also impressive. Some of the poses used on some of the figures are interesting and never before tried. Perhaps the most impressive of them all is the 1:40 scale rearing Jobaria, a recently discovered African sauropod. It easily takes its place as the best rearing sauropod right next to Battats diplodocus. The marine reptile Rhomaleosaurus is currently in production, and will be available in the fall. The African theropod Afrovenator is another figurer that is very well done. I am very happy with the new figures. It shows that CollectA is getting serious in being a major player in the prehistoric animal toy figure market.