Dinosaur King
Dinosaur King

General Statistics[]


full-sized Supersaurus

  • Name: Supersaurus viviane
  • Name Meaning: Super Lizard
  • Diet: Herbivore
  • Length: 33-34 meters (108-112 feet)
  • Time Period: Late Jurassic (153-145 MYA)
  • Classification: Diplodocoidea --> Diplodocidae
  • Place Found: Colorado, USA
  • Describer: Jensen, 1985

Dinosaur King Statistics[]

Arcade Stats[]

Grass Move - Super Impact

Super Impact arcade card

  • Attribute: Grass
  • Arcade Nickname:
    • Japanese: ジュラの超竜
    • English: The Ultimate Jurassic Dragon
    • Taiwanese: 侏羅紀的超龍
  • Assist Moves:

Anime Stats[]

Super Impact card

Super Impact anime card

Assist Moves[]

Super Impact
Supersaurus appears who throws you spinning into the air, then you spin down and grind into your opponent!

DS Stats[]

Supersaurus size DS

Supersaurus size comparison vs. Max

  • Elemental Attribute: Grass
  • Appears In:
    • Super Impact (Paper): Supersaurus throws you spinning into the air, then you shoot down and smash your foe into the ground! Summons a Grass Battlefield.
  • Encyclopedia number: H15

TCG Stats[]

In Move Cards[]


Dinosaur King[]

Supersaurus' Super Impact card was found in a Card Capsule at a golf course in Atlanta, Georgia, by Dewey in Tee'd Off. Eventually, the Alpha Gang tricked the card away from him, but forgot their Alpha Scanner. When they got it back, they used Super Impact for Altirhinus to summon Supersaurus against Chomp; it threw Altirhinus to hit Chomp, but the second attack accidentally hit and defeated Spiny because Chomp dodged it. Zoe then summoned Paris, who used Big Foot Assault to summon Seismosaurus to match Supersaurus. They fought against each other and were both equally strong. Supersaurus knocked over and slammed Seismosaurus, but Chomp used Lightning Strike to knock it over as well. Supersaurus launched Altirhinus again, but Seismosaurus hit him with its tail, sending him flying into the Alpha Gang's vehicle. Out of energy, Altirhinus returned to its card, making Supersaurus return along with it. Dewey got the Super Impact and Altirhinus cards and gave them to the D-Team.

A Supersaurus is seen in Carnival of Chaos under the Alpha Gang's control standing as the decoration for a roller coaster ride, the track running along its neck and tail. However, because it hadn't eaten for so many days, its control device malfunctioned and it went berserk. It returned to its card when the device was removed by either pet-sized Chomp, Ace, or Paris; the card was retrieved by an Alpha Droid and was never seen again. Its Move was likely linked to another Grass Dinosaur in the park, though this is never addressed.

Supersaurus are seen in Tricks of the Traitor during the flashback of Dr. Ancient's expedition to the Mesozoic Era.

In Dinosaur War!, a Supersaurus is pulled into the present by the Backlander's malfunctioning time circuits, but is sent back when the circuits completely fail following the Black T. rex's defeat.

Mesozoic Meltdown[]

When Seth explains the history of the Cosmos Stones in Bad Deal, a Supersaurus is seen watching the approaching meteor.

In the finale, Dr. Z is seen with either the first Supersaurus or one he rescued from the Space Pirates' ship in the Backlander's Mesozoic forest projection (the presentation and dub dialogue don't align).


  • Dr. Taylor's arcade comments:
    • Japanese: ディプロドクスのなかまで世界さい大級の恐竜の一つだ。首としっぽがとても長い。
    • English: Related to Diplodocus. One of the largest dinosaur ever. Has a very long neck and tail.
    • Taiwanese: 梁龍的同類。為世界上最大級的恐龍之一。脖子以及尾巴非常地長。
  • DS Game Encyclopedia entry: Related to Diplodocus. One of the largest dinosaurs ever. It has a long neck and tail.
  • According to the barter website in Tee'd Off, Supersaurus' Super Impact card (and therefor all other anime cards) are 63x88 millimeters (2.5x3.5 inches).
  • Supersaurus has the same anime dub roar as many large non-tyrannosaur theropods (Carcharodontosaurus, (Alpha) Acrocanthosaurus, and the first Mapusaurus), Majungasaurus, and fellow large sauropod Brontikens.
  • Despite featuring a scene from Tee'd Off, the S.O.S. TCG card doesn't credit it as an anime scene like normal. The only other times this has happened were Chomp and Terry's Battle Mode cards in DKCG, which used images from their recurring summoning animations (though the other main dinos' DKTB cards credited summoning sequences just fine), the Futabasaurus-featuring Flash Flood also from DKCG, and Terry's DKDS small form card, which used a shot exclusive to the Japanese theme song. While the others could be seen as having no specific episode to credit (though Zoe Drake's DKBD card manages to credit "Opening Theme"), S.O.S. and Flash Flood were an odd pair of exceptions.
    • Jurassic Clash reveals Thai language cards don't appear to credit anime scenes at all.
  • In the DS Game, Supersaurus has the same roar as the dinosaur that invokes it.
  • Although it is not known which Grass Dinosaur used the Supersaurus Move Card in Carnival of Chaos, it may have been just a Maiasaura or an Altirhinus as they were the ony Grass Dinosaurs in the Park. The same applies to the Pteranodons.



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Move Card: Minmi · Muraenosaurus · Oviraptor · Pteranodon · Seismosaurus · Supersaurus · Tupuxuara
Altered/Armored: Altirhinus/Super · Corythosaurus/Super · Iguanodon/Alpha · Iguanodon/Armor · Lambeosaurus/Alpha · Lanzhousaurus/Armor · Muttaburrasaurus/Super · Ouranosaurus/Alpha · Parasaurolophus/Armor · Parasaurolophus/Super · Paris/Armor · Paris/Super · Saurolophus/Black · Shantungosaurus/Armor · Shantungosaurus/Super · Tsintaosaurus/Super · Tsintaosaurus/Alpha
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