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'''ReSaurus''' was a United States toy company based in Columbus, Ohio. It created multiple lines of officially licensed merchandise for properties including videogames <cite>Crash Bandicoot</cite>, <cite>Sonic the Hedgehog</cite>, <cite>Duke Nukem</cite> and <cite>Quake</cite>, and films <cite>Flipper</cite>, <cite>Babe</cite>, <cite>The Lost World</cite> and <cite>Godzilla</cite>.<ref name="SmartBusiness"/>
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'''ReSaurus Company Inc.''' was a United States toy company based in Columbus, Ohio. It created multiple lines of officially licensed merchandise for properties including videogames <cite>Crash Bandicoot</cite>, <cite>Sonic the Hedgehog</cite>, <cite>Duke Nukem</cite> and <cite>Quake</cite>, and films <cite>Flipper</cite>, <cite>Babe</cite>, <cite>The Lost World</cite> and <cite>Godzilla</cite>.<ref name="SmartBusiness"/>
  
 
Brothers Jay and Chris Borman, and then-freelancer Kenneth Lilly, worked together to create prototypical products for ReSaurus to pitch to the owners of <cite>Oddworld</cite> (at the time, [Oddworld Inhabitants] and [GT Interactive]). These products included a latex mask of [[Molluck]], a [[Paramite]] hand puppet, and figurines of [[Abe]], although according to Lilly, a licensed released would have also included products based on [[Elum]] and [[Slig]]s.<ref name="Blogzilly"/>
 
Brothers Jay and Chris Borman, and then-freelancer Kenneth Lilly, worked together to create prototypical products for ReSaurus to pitch to the owners of <cite>Oddworld</cite> (at the time, [Oddworld Inhabitants] and [GT Interactive]). These products included a latex mask of [[Molluck]], a [[Paramite]] hand puppet, and figurines of [[Abe]], although according to Lilly, a licensed released would have also included products based on [[Elum]] and [[Slig]]s.<ref name="Blogzilly"/>

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ReSaurus Company Inc. was a United States toy company based in Columbus, Ohio. It created multiple lines of officially licensed merchandise for properties including videogames Crash Bandicoot, Sonic the Hedgehog, Duke Nukem and Quake, and films Flipper, Babe, The Lost World and Godzilla.[1]

Brothers Jay and Chris Borman, and then-freelancer Kenneth Lilly, worked together to create prototypical products for ReSaurus to pitch to the owners of Oddworld (at the time, [Oddworld Inhabitants] and [GT Interactive]). These products included a latex mask of Molluck, a Paramite hand puppet, and figurines of Abe, although according to Lilly, a licensed released would have also included products based on Elum and Sligs.[2]

ReSaurus never acquired a license for Oddworld,[2] although it was reported by Collecting Channel.com that they had.[3]

References

  1. Meyer, Michelle (22 July 2002). ‘ReSaurus Co. Inc.’, Smart Business.
  2. a b Lilly, Kenneth (24 November 2009). ‘Chronolillogy III: A Spaced Oddysee’, Blogzilly, Blogger.
  3. Hooper, Andy. ‘Video Character Figures to Watch for’, Collecting Channel.com. Archived by the Wayback Machine (31 March 2002 14:37:53). Internet Archive.