Many successful cartoons had their own sticker album. Dino-Riders actually had two
different ones - a very common German sticker album and a much less common U.S. sticker
album. The basic idea behind both was that you would buy the album and then buy individual
sticker packs to complete the album. The album had numbered boxes that indicated
where the stickers were to be placed.
German Sticker Album: There were 240 stickers in all and each pack came with 6 stickers.
The stickers were basically screen captures taken from the first two cartoon episodes.
U.S. Sticker Album: Oddly enough, the U.S. sticker album is much rarer than the German
sticker album. What is interesting about this album is that unlike the German sticker
album, each sticker pack was numbered so that you could avoid getting duplicate stickers
and complete the album a lot faster and cheaper. Also, each sticker appears to feature
original art, as opposed to screen captures from the cartoon as is the case with
the stickers for the German sticker album. Finally, unlike the German sticker album
which had the same generic jungle scene on each page, each page of the U.S sticker
album had the same artwork that appeared on the boxes of the dinosaur toys from the