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Created byGerry Conway
Carla Conway
Developed byKayte Kuch
Larry Parr
Sheryl Scarborough
Directed byRay Lee
Steven Hahn
StarringCharles Adler
Jack Angel
Cam Clarke
Townsend Coleman
Joe Colligan
Peter Cullen
Ike Eisenmann
Dan Gilvezan
Noelle North
Rob Paulsen
Patrick Pinney
Frank Welker
ComposersHaim Saban
Shuki Levy
Udi Harpaz
Country of originUnited States
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes14
Running timeapproximately 23 min
(per episode)
Production companiesMarvel Productions
Tyco Toys
—Animation by—
Hanho Heung-Up Co., Ltd.
(South Korean Animation Studio, episodes 1 & 2)
AKOM Productions Ltd.
(South Korean Animation Studio, episodes 3-13)
Original networkFirst-run syndication
Original releaseOctober 1 (1988-10-01) –
December 31, 1988 (1988-12-31)[1]

Dino-Riders is an animated television series that first aired in 1988.[1] The cartoon was primarily a promotional show to launch a new Tyco toy line.[2] Only fourteen episodes were produced, three of which were produced on VHS for the United States.[2] The show aired in the U.S. as part of the Marvel Action Universe programming block.[3]

The series focuses on the battle between the heroic Valorians and the evil Rulon Alliance on prehistoric Earth.[2] The Valorians were a superhuman race, while the Rulons comprised several breeds of humanoids (ants, crocodiles, snakes, and sharks were the most common). Both races came from the future but were transported back in time to the age of dinosaurs. Once on Earth, the Valorians befriended dinosaurs, while the Rulons brainwashed them.[2]

Ownership of the series passed to Disney in 2001 when Disney acquired Fox Kids Worldwide, which also includes Marvel Productions.[4][5][6]


The Valorians were a species of peaceful humanoids who lived on the planet Valoria until they were invaded by the predatory Rulons.[2] A group of Valorians lead by Questar attempted to escape the Rulon invasion using a spaceship equipped with their "Space Time Energy Projector" (S.T.E.P.); however, something went wrong. They were sent back in time and space, to the planet Earth 65 million years back in the age of the dinosaurs.[2] Unknown to them, the Rulon flagship, the Dreadlock, locked in with a tractor beam, was also sent back through time when the S.T.E.P. was activated.[2]

After successfully landing on prehistoric Earth, the Valorians used their AMP ("Amplified Mental Projector") necklaces to telepathically communicate with the dinosaurs they encountered and eventually befriended them.[2] On the other hand, the Rulons - led by the warlord Krulos - used brainwashing devices known as brain-boxes to control dinosaurs for their own needs.[2] The Rulons then launched an attack on the Valorians, who called upon their dinosaur friends to assist them in fighting back. After ultimately defeating the Rulons, the Valorians renamed themselves Dino-Riders.

In regard to the dinosaur (and other animal) species present, the series is extremely anachronistic, showing late Cretaceous species like Tyrannosaurus rex alongside species from earlier eras such as dinosaurs from the Triassic, and Jurassic, including the Permian genus Dimetrodon, which lived 200 million years earlier, before dinosaurs existed.

It also show several Ice Age animals such as the Woolly Mammoth and the Smilodon, living alongside Archaeotherium, which lived during the Eocene 16 million years before the Ice Age. Plus, it shows Neanderthals and Cro-Magnons coexisting with Smilodon, and the Megatherium which lived in North and South America, while Neanderthals and Cro-Magnons lived in Eurasia.



The Valorians are a race of superhumans from the planet Valoria who were renamed as the Dino-Riders and the main protagonists of the series.

  • Questar (voiced by Dan Gilvezan) – The leader of the Valorians who is strong-willed and courageous.[7]
  • Mind-Zei (voiced by Peter Cullen) – A blind elderly warrior with a sixth-sense for detecting people around him, and who's an expert at hand-to-hand combat. He offers advice to Questar and is also Serena's grandfather.[7]
  • Yungstar (voiced by Joe Colligan) – Young and eager for action, is prone to letting pride get in his way. He rides a Deinonychus and flies a Quetzalcoatlus in later episodes.[7]
  • Serena (voiced by Noelle North) – Able to heal other beings and can sense when someone is in trouble. She is also the granddaughter of Mind-Zei.[7]
  • Turret (voiced by Charlie Adler) – A technician and scientist. Turret is in charge of the S.T.E.P. crystal.[7]
  • Llahd (voiced by Stephen Dorff) – The youngest of the Dino-Riders.[7]
  • Gunnur (voiced by Peter Cullen) – A hardened war veteran and high-ranking official who often helps train other Dino-Riders.[7]
  • Tagg (voiced by Wally Burr) – A mid-level official who also helps instructs in the training of the Dino-Riders. He rides a Pachycephalosaurus.[7]
  • Ikon (voiced by Cam Clarke) – A statistician as well as a pragmatist. Ikon is one of Questar's top advisors. He possesses a staff that allows him to answer Questar's questions almost instantly.[7]
  • Vector (voiced by Dan Gilvezan) – Vector is one of Questar's top advisors. He is a general contractor who has a computerized wrist strap that allows him to assess projects that need carried out such as camp expansion and infrastructure repair.[7]
  • Aero (voiced by Cam Clarke) – The competitive rival of Yungstar. He flies a Quetzalcoatlus and can maneuver it better than anyone.[7]
  • Tark - A high-ranking Dino-Rider official. Questar would often consult with Tark on a number of important matters, his years of experience, and his vast amount of knowledge has earned him respect from his peers.
  • Ayce – He usually teaches training and equipment familiarization classes.[7]
  • Aries – Aries is a young warrior who is frequently unsure of himself and is always seeking guidance from the other Valorians. He mainly mans the artillery of the Diplodocus.[7]
  • Neutrino – He assists in various training courses. Although much of Neutrino's time is spent training others, Neutrino is more than capable on the battlefield.[7]


The Commandos are a special forces military unit within the Dino-Riders.[7]

  • Astra (voiced by Townsend Coleman) – A hardened war veteran and leader of the Commandos. Formerly a teacher at the Valorian University and once counted Questar as a student.[7]
  • Bomba (voiced by Peter Cullen) – An explosives expert who is utilized to make clearings or remove obstacles.[7]
  • Kameelian (voiced by Rob Paulsen) – Specializes in surveillance and reconnaissance. Kameelian is a master of disguise.[7]
  • Glyde (voiced by Frank Welker) – Aerial reconnaissance and artillery cover. Uses a glider to navigate through the air.[7]
  • Faze (voiced by Rob Paulsen) – Artillery expert.[7]
  • Rok – Expert in crossing rocky terrain such as mountains.[7]


The Valorians have also made allies with a tribe of Cro-Magnons. Among the known Cro-Magnons are:

  • Zar (voiced by Townsend Coleman) – Leader of a clan of Cro-Magnons. He leads his clan against the evil Neanderthals of Grom and refuses to succumb to his powers like the other tribes before him.[7]
  • Kub (voiced by Ike Eisenmann) – A young but courageous Cro-Magnon who lost his father during an earlier attack by Grom. He helps the Valorians in their fight with the Rulons ever since going with them to the past to reunite with the Dino-Riders.[7]
  • Maya (voiced by Liz Georges) – Maya is a compassionate Cro-Magnon who is the Cro-Magnon equivalent of Serena as she is the healer of the tribe.[7]


The Rulons are a race of aliens that are the enemies of the Valorians and the main antagonists of the series.

  • Emperor Krulos (voiced by Frank Welker) – The evil leader of the Rulons who rules them with fear. Krulos is a frog-like humanoid creature in an armored suit who seeks world domination. He mostly uses a Tyrannosaurus when going into battle.[7]
  • Rasp (voiced by Frank Welker) – Rasp is a cobra-like creature who is the leader of the Viper group and Krulos' second-in-command. Rasp always tries to usurp Krulos's place while keeping Hammerhead and Antor from trying to take his status.[7]
  • Hammerhead (voiced by Charlie Adler) – Hammerhead is a hammerhead shark-like creature who is the leader of the Sharkmen and one of Krulos' top generals. Hammerhead usually vies with Rasp and Antor for second-in-command status.[7]
  • Antor (voiced by Peter Cullen) – Antor is an ant-like creature who is the leader of the Antmen and one of Krulos' generals. Antor usually vies with Hammerhead and Rasp for second-in-command status.[7]
  • Krok (voiced by Cam Clarke) – A crocodile-like creature and one of Krulos' generals. He is entirely obedient to Krulos and focuses on serving his master rather than getting involved in the petty-squabbling in which his fellow generals engage.[7]
  • Skate (voiced by Frank Welker) – Skate is a manta ray-like creature who is a low-ranking official of the Rulons.[7]
  • Lokus (voiced by Charlie Adler) – Lokus is a locust-like creature who is a low-ranking official of the Rulons.[7]
  • Algar - A crocodile-like creature.
  • Buzz - A locust-like creature.
  • Dedeye - A Sharkman.
  • Demon - An Antman.
  • Drone - An Antman.
  • Fang - A member of the Viper Group.
  • Finn - A Sharkman.
  • Fire - An Antman.
  • Gill - A Sharkman.
  • Gorr - A crocodile-like creature.
  • Gutz - A crocodile-like creature.
  • Kraw - A crocodile-like creature.
  • Mako - A Sharkman.
  • Pox - A locust-like creature.
  • Rattlar - A member of the Viper Group.
  • Rayy - A manta ray-like creature.
  • Sidewinder - A member of the Viper Group.
  • Six-Gill - A Sharkman.
  • Skwirm - A member of the Viper Group.
  • Sludj - A manta ray-like creature.
  • Snarrl - A crocodile-like creature.
  • Squish - A locust-like creature.
  • Sting - An Antman.
  • Termite - An Antman.


Zar's tribe of Cro-Magnons have been at war with a rogue tribe of Neanderthals. Among the known Neanderthals are:

  • Grom (voiced by Jack Angel) – Grom is the leader of a deadly clan of Neanderthals who seeks to control or annihilate all neighboring tribes. He has ruled his tribe for years and has struck fear into the hearts of many rival Neanderthal tribes. Following the fight against the Dino-Riders, Grom was accidentally pulled back to the Dino-Riders' time and runs off to join the Rulons.[7]


The Dino-Riders series consisted of a single season of 14 episodes. The first two episodes were produced for release on VHS as standalone specials, the first in 1987 and the second in 1988. Also in 1988, the series transitioned to television, with a further 11 episodes being produced and added to the specials to create a standard season's worth of 13 episodes. Lastly, in 1990, an additional VHS special was produced to promote the new range of "Ice Age" figures, released as "Ice Age Adventure" (but with the on-screen title "Dino-Riders in the Ice Age").[8] Below is a list of each episode along with the date it first aired.[1]

Episode # Title Written by Aired Synopsis
1 "The Adventure Begins" Gerry Conway and Carla Conway 1987 (VHS release)
October 1, 1988 (airdate)
While trying to escape from the Rulons, the Valorians end up on prehistoric Earth and settle down with the various dinosaurs. However, the Rulons have been taken to Earth as well and are determined to return to their own time at any cost.
2 "Revenge of the Rulons" Michael Walker October 8, 1988 Llahd is taken prisoner by the Rulons, who are also planning to steal the S.T.E.P.
3 "The Rulon Stampede" Larry Parr October 15, 1988 Krulos plans to steal the S.T.E.P. crystal by sending a dinosaur stampede through the Dino-Riders' camp.
4 "The Blue Skies of Earth" Kayte Kuch and Sheryl Scarborough October 22, 1988 The Dino-Riders practice their flying skills while Hammerhead and Rasp fight for Krulos' favor.
5 "Toro, Toro, Torosaurus" Paul Kirshner (story),
Kayte Kuch, Sheryl Scarborough, and Donald F. Glut (teleplay)
October 29, 1988 When Llhad runs off, the Dino-Riders split up to look for him, giving Krulos an opportunity to attack.
6 "T-Rex" Christy Marx November 5, 1988 Turret feels that he's of no use to his fellow Dino-Riders. Meanwhile, Krulos steals a baby Tyrannosaurus to get its parents to attack the Dino-Riders' camp.
7 "Krulos" Kayte Kuch and Sheryl Scarborough November 12, 1988 Krulos' exo-suit is damaged by an earthquake and his subordinates plan to steal his position.
8 "Tagg, You're It!" Donald F. Glut November 19, 1988 Tagg discovers that the Rulons are digging their way underground to the Dino-Riders' camp but is captured.
9 "Thanksgiving" Alan Swayze November 26, 1988 The Dino-Riders' Thanksgiving celebration threatens to be ruined by the Rulons damming up the river.
10 "To Lose the Path" Alan Swayze December 3, 1988 Yungstar's anger at the Rulons may remove his ability to communicate with dinosaurs.
11 "Enter the Commandos" Christy Marx December 10, 1988 The Commandos break into the Dreadlock to rescue stolen triceratops eggs.
12 "Battle for the Brontosaurus" (1) Paul Kirshner (story),
Kayte Kuch and Sheryl Scarborough (teleplay)
December 17, 1988 The Dino-Riders rescue a brontosaurus from the Rulons and Krulos leads an attack to get it back. However, that's not all the Rulon emperor has up his sleeve...
13 "One to Lead Us" (2) Paul Kirshner (story),
Kayte Kuch and Sheryl Scarborough (teleplay)
December 24, 1988 Having successfully framed Questar as a traitor, Krulos takes the brontosaurus and the S.T.E.P. crystal. Questar, the Commandoes and several others must stop him before the Rulons wipe out the Dino-Riders for good.
14 "Ice Age Adventure"/"Dino-Riders in the Ice Age" Paul Kirshner 1990 (VHS release) Upon the S.T.E.P. being repaired, the Dino-Riders work to keep it from being claimed by the Rulons where an accident sends the Commandos members Astra, Kameelian, Bomba, Faze, and Glyde to the Ice Age where it leads to them encountering its creatures and a tribe of Cro-Magnons led by Zar. As the Commandos work to repair the S.T.E.P. and reunite with the Dino-Riders, they must also help Zar's tribe in their fight against a Neanderthal tribe whom is being led by Grom.



  • Wally Burr – Voice Director
  • Stephen Hahn - Director (eps 1,14)
  • Ray Lee - Supervising Director (eps 2–13)
  • Kayte Kuch, Larry Parr, Sheryl Scarborough - Story Editors


In total, there were four series of Dino-Riders toys: Series 1 (1988), Series 2 (1989), Series 3 and Ice Age (1990).[9][10] The Ice Age line focused on Ice age mammals rather than dinosaurs.[10]

The larger toys in the range also had a motorized walking action with the dinosaur's head swaying from side to side.[11] Each Rulon faction toy came with a different self-automated trap.[11]

The dinosaurs were acclaimed for their highly detailed bodies and color, and impressed the Smithsonian Institution, who contacted Tyco to reproduce the dinosaurs (without the motorized mechanisms and wheels) for their "Dinosaur and other Prehistoric Reptile Collection".[12] Dinosaur illustrator William Stout was credited for dinosaur design on the show's credits. Paleontologist Robert T. Bakker was hired as a consultant.

Series 1 (1988)[edit]

The release of the first series of Dino-Riders toys was timed to coincide with the cartoon series on television.[11] It initially consisted of 5 Valorian and 6 Rulon toys, along with eight 2-figure packs.[9][11] A sixth Valorian toy, Torosaurus, would be released at the end of the series.[13] The Diplodocus,[14] Torosaurus,[13] Tyrannosaurus Rex,[15] and Triceratops[16] all had motorized walking mechanisms.

Valorians Rulons
Diplodocus with Questar, Mind-Zei, and Aries Tyrannosaurus Rex with Krulos, Bitor, and Cobrus
Torosaurus with Gunnur and Magnus Triceratops with Hammerhead and Sidewinder
Deinonychus with Sky Deinonychus with Antor
Styracosaurus with Turret Monoclonius with Mako
Quetzalcoatlus with Yungstar Pteranodon with Rasp
Pterodactyl with Llahd Ankylosaurus with Sting

Action figures

  • Questar / Krulos
  • Proto / Rattlar
  • Orion / Six-Gill
  • Mind-Zei / Fire
  • Quark / Finn
  • Nova / Demon
  • Mercury / Fang
  • Boldar / Termite

Series 2 (1989)[edit]

The second series of Dino-Rider toys consisted of 7 new Valorian toys and 3 new Rulons,[9][17] along with eight more 2-figure packs as well as 6 "Commandos".[18] The Commandos consisted of a human figure with unique weapons and accessories.[17]

The most notable toy from this series was the Brontosaurus, which was the largest toy in the entire range, measuring 34 inches long and 15 inches tall.[19] In an effort to keep costs down, Tyco had to abandon several features that were originally intended to be part of the figure.[20] These included motorized walking action, four figures instead of three, and an entirely different weapons system.[20]

The Stegosaurus toy had motorized walking action,[21] while the Pachycephalosaurus and Saurolophus both had a mechanism that allowed their bodies to thrust from a horizontal position with their tail in the air into a vertical position with their tail on the ground.[22][23]

Valorians Rulons Commandos
Brontosaurus with Serena, Ayce, and Ion
(also included 3 Rhamphorhynchus)
Kentrosaurus with Krok Astra, commander
Stegosaurus with Tark and Vega Saurolophus with Lokus Bomba, munitions expert
Edmontonia with Axis Placerias with Skate Kameelian, infiltrator
Dimetrodon with Shado Glyde, paratrooper
Pachycephalosaurus with Tagg Faze, artillery expert
Struthiomimus with Nimbus Rok, mountain warfare expert
Protoceratops with Kanon

Action figures

  • Questar / Krulos
  • Serena / Skwirm
  • Yungstar / Dedeye
  • Mind-Zei / Sludj
  • Hondo / Drone
  • Ursus / Snarrl
  • Neutrino / Poxx
  • Graff / Kraw

Series 3 (1990)[edit]

The third series of Dino-Riders toys was split into two assortments: 3 new dinosaurs for the regular series and 4 prehistoric mammals for the new "Ice Age" concept.[9][24] The dinosaur sets are among the rarest of the entire range due to a limited production run.[25]

The Quetzalcoatlus, originally released as a Valorian in Series 1, was re-released as a Rulon with a new yellow and spotted black paint scheme.[26][27] The Pachyrhinosaurus had motorized walking action.[25]

Valorians Rulons
Pachyrhinosaurus with Atlas Quetzalcoatlus with Algar
Chasmosaurus with Llava

Ice Age[edit]

The Ice Age subline was unique in that all of the animals produced belonged to the Valorian faction and, with the rest of the Series 3, are very hard to find.[9][28] This line also included six more 2-figure packs. The Woolly Mammoth, the largest figure in the range, had motorized walking action.[29]

Woolly Mammoth with Grom
Giant Ground Sloth with Ulk
Killer Warthog with Zar
Sabre-Tooth Tiger with Kub

Action figures

  • Onk / Buzz
  • Tor / Gorr
  • Urg / Rayy
  • Agga / Gill
  • Ecco / Squish
  • Wizz / Gutz

Rulon Warriors Battle Pack (2020)[edit]

In 2020, Mattel released an Entertainment Earth exclusive battle pack, called the Rulon Warriors Battle Pack, modeled after Army Men. The kit, designed for children aged 6 and up, is described as:

"It's the heroic Valorians versus the evil Rulon Alliance in this exciting Dino-Riders Rulon Warriors Battle Pack - Entertainment Earth Exclusive. Recreate epic battle sequences inspired by the 1980s toy line and Dino-Riders animated series or create your own new adventures! This special edition collection contains 6 dinosaurs and 15 other figures, including such classic characters as Rulon leader Krulos, Bitor, Boldar, and Dino-Riders hotshot Llahd. Whether you're discovering Dino-Riders for the first time or you've been a fan since you were a kid, you do not want to miss this sensational opportunity to Harness the Power of Dinosaurs! Each figure measure approximately 1-inch tall and the dinos measure approximately up to 7-inches long" (Entertainment Earth)


Apart from the miniature comics included with each of the dinosaur toys, Marvel released a 3-part miniseries of Dino-Rider comics. The comics' storylines were considered to be much darker than the cartoon, sometimes focusing on conflicts between the Valorians. For instance, one storyline involves Questar being accused of murdering his jealous, scheming brother, Tark.

The first comic book issue, "The Path", was released in February 1989 and was 23 pages long. A Dino-Riders Annual was later released as a hardcover book that contained both the first and second issues in one collection.

Film adaptation[edit]

In October 2015, Tracking Board reported that Mattel has teamed with Solipsist Film to develop a live action Dino-Riders movie with Alissa Phillips and Stephen L’Heureux producing.[30] As of 2018, there is no indication in the media that the film is going forward.

In other media[edit]

  • In addition to the toys and comics, there were a number of other products released during the Dino-Riders run on television. These were primarily child-oriented products such as colouring books, puzzles, and crayons, but also included clothing, kites, stickers, and costumes. Tyco also released a number of Super Dough play sets.
  • Some of the dinosaur shots in the French B movie Dinosaur from the Deep were made with a Dino-Riders walking T. Rex toy.
  • Rex, the dinosaur toy (voiced by Wallace Shawn) from the Toy Story movies, is based on the Dino-Riders Tyrannosaurus toy. In the first film, when the toys all meet Buzz Lightyear and talk about where they came from, Rex says, "And I'm from Mattel, Well, I'm not actually from Mattel, I'm actually from a smaller company that was purchased in a leveraged buy-out", this is a reference to Mattel's acquisition of Tyco.
  • In the South Park cartoon episode "Imaginationland Episode III", a Rulon Dino-Rider on a Tyrannosaurus can be seen for several seconds marching in the background with the other evil characters.[31]
  • In the Robot Chicken cartoon episode "G.I. Jogurt", the Dino-Riders have a rock song that is performed by Sebastian Bach. This theme song depicts the Dino-Riders treating the dinosaurs like weapons, running a labor camp to have the primitives make the Dino-Riders' stuff, and feeding babies to an armored Tyrannosaurus. Astra (voiced by Seth Green) quotes "hey, at least we don't have sex with the dinosaurs" while Bomba (also voiced by Seth Green) quotes "speak for yourself, bro."

See also[edit]


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