Diamond Select Toys has the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles license now, and they’ve been putting out a wide array of products. TMNT Minimates, a Pizza Cutter, Bottle Openers, and of course, Bust Banks. When we saw these back at Toy Fair 2014 I was impressed. They pull from the Nickelodeon show well, have movement in the arms and head, and are BIG. Perfect accent pieces for a Turtles display, hanging off the shelves with their weapons. You should be able to find these at Toys R Us and local comic shops now. We’ve run them through a quick gallery, along with the die-cast Michelangelo bottle opener, so check out over 25 shots after the break!
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Kaiyodo announced the Revoltech Turtles earlier this year and Turtles fans rejoiced, until they saw the price. At $65 bucks a pop, these are not for the casual collector. These things are super articulated, Nickelodeon show accurate, come with accessories and stands, and truly kick ass though. Are they worth it? We’ve done up over 125 shots of the Revoltech Turtles in action, check them out along with our thoughts after the break!
At New York Comic-Con 2014, we got a look at a new set of statues coming from Good Smile Company. The statues depict stylized versions of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. They have sent out an image as well as a press release for the first statue right before we started our NYCC coverage.
GOOD SMILE COMPANY CREATES COLLECTIBLE SCULPTURES OF NICKELODEON’S TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES
Four Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles statues based on the artwork of renowned fine artist James Jean
Here is more info from our official press release!
Based on acclaimed fine artist James Jean’s original rendition of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Good Smile Company has made four individual sculptures that can be combined to create one large diorama sculpture. The individual statues will roll out separately, starting with the pre-order release of Leonardo in November 2014 and the remaining three in 2015.
Prototype samples of the highly detailed statues, along with Jean’s original image, will make their first appearance at the Good Smile Company booth (#422) at New York Comic Con between October 9th and October 12th.
A key highlight to this exciting project is the collaborative efforts between Takanori Aki, President and CEO of Good Smile Company, Inc. and James Jean. Known as the most awarded cover artist in comic book history and renown for a global collaboration with Prada, Jean stepped away from commercial work to focus on painting. Jean was asked by his good friend Aki to make a rare appearance back into the realm of commercial art to help in the visual development of the sculptures. Jean created an image that is reminiscent of the classic comic book version the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
“James Jean is a good friend and one of the most talented artists that I have had the fortune to work with,” says Takanori Aki. “The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles art piece he created for our project is truly fantastic. Staying true to his vision, our Good Smile Company creative team worked intricate details into the collectible statues which capture the essence of his artwork and will be just as great.” Jean says, “Good Smile Company and I have shared many adventures in the past, and this is a unique and rare collaboration that I hope the fans will treasure.”
Huge news right! We’re making the Ninja Turltes into amazing scaled figures! For those coming to New York Comic Con this year you’ll get to see them first in person! For now have a taste of Leonardo!
The Previews booth at New York Comic-Con 2014 displayed a few cool items. They were showcasing collectibles from Funko, Medicom and ThreeZero. Here’s what they had:
- The Book of Life – 6″ Legacy Series Figures
- Magic the Gathering – 6″ Legacy Series Figures
- TMNT Mystery Minis
- Sci-Fi Mystery Minis (Robocop, Tron, Aliens, Predator, ET, etc.)
- DC New 52 – Batman – Real Action Hero 12″ Figure
- DC New 52 – Superman – Real Action Hero 12″ Figure
- DC – Catwoman – Sofubi
- DC – Batgirl – Sofubi
- Marvel – Ultron – Sofubi
- Marvel – Iron Man – Sofubi
- Game of Thrones – Ned Stark – 1/6 Scale Figure
- Titanfall – Atlas
- Robocop 2014 – EM-208 – 1/6 Scale Figure
- Robocop 2014 – ED-209 – 1/6 Scale Figure
- Fullmetal Ghost – Captain Form
- 3A – WBR
They did have two 1:12 Collective figures, but we previously saw the Judge Dredd and Dark Knight Returns 1:12 Collective Figures earlier during the show. So we didn’t duplicate those pics here. You can check out those awesome figures Here.
We have a small, but cool gallery of images from the Yes Anime booth at New York Comic-Con 2014. These include the Samurai Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, some Iron Man, a Darth Vader and even a Toy Story Buzz Lightyear collectible.
Iron Man Egg Attack Figures
- Mark IV Armor
- Mark V Armor
- Mark VI Armor
- Mark I Armor
- Mark 1 Armor 8″ Figure
- War Machine
- War Machine 2.0
- Mark XLII Armor
- Iron Patriot
- Iron Patriot A.I.M. Version
- Mark II SP Armor
- Mark II Armor
- Darth Vader 8″ Egg Attack Figure
- Toy Story Buzz Lightyear Egg Attack Figure
Here we have a compilation of images from three companies. We have a crazy detailed Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Statue from Good Smile Company. These are more stylized versions of the Turtles, which look to be inspired by the comics. Good smile also had a few Nendoroid figures there. We also have a look at some great Metal Gear Solid products from Good Smile, Gecco and Kaiyodo. Here’s the full breakdown:
Good Smile company
- TMNT Statue
- Nendoroid Batman
- Nendoroid Link
- Nendoroid Luigi
- Figma MGS2 Snake
- MGS V Naked Snake Statue
- MGS Rising Revengeance Raiden Statue
- MGS RevoMini Figures
The Diamond Select Toys booth at New York Comic-Con 2014 was home to a ton of Minimates. They also had a few other collectibles there as well, including their Retro Cloth Marvel figures, some My Little Pony, Ghostbusters and Star Trek collectibles as well.
- Thor Retro Clothed Figure
- Spider-Man Retro Clothed Figure
- Captain America
- Marvel Zombies Minimates
- New X-Men Minimates
- X-Force Minimates
- TRU Exclusive Marvel Infinity Minimates
- X-Men: Days of Future Past Movie Minimates
- Ninja Turtles Minimates
- Michelangelo Pizza Cutter
- Silicone Ice Cube Tray
- Aliens S1 Minimates
- Aliens S2 Minimates (Newt and Ripley images)
- Aliens Single Pack Minimates
- Alien 35th Anniversary Minimates
- Alien Facehugger Bottle Opener
- My Little Pony Banks
- Ghostbusters Burned Stay Puft Marshmallow Man
- Star Trek NCC-1701-A Electric Vehicle
Diamond Select Toys has sent out their list of releases for this week. The long gestating Aliens Minimates begin to hit stores, as do the Guardians of the Galaxy Movie Minimates. Here’s the full list of releases:
- Marvel Minimates Series 57 Guardians of the Galaxy Movie Asst.
- Aliens Minimates Aliens Vs. Marines Single Packs
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Michelangelo Metal Bottle Opener
- Aliens Pulse Rifle Metal Bottle Opener
Read on for more info on each release as well as images for the items.
NECA has revealed a new series of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Scalers. These vinyl clamp on collectibles will be based on the TMNT 80′s cartoon. The initial release will include:
No word yet on possible additional characters. We’ll update if and when more info breaks. Read on to check out the first pic.
The next wave of Nick Turtles figures are in the wild and showing up on eBay. They are a little pricey, but if you want them NOW NOW, then they are there for the picking. Check out listings for…
Set of 4 “Original Comic Book” Turtles and here too
“Original Comic Book” Raphael and here too
Original Comic Book Raphael, Michelangelo and Robotic Foot Soldier
Original Comic Book Michelangelo, Tiger Claw, and Shell Flyer
Keep up with the listings as more start to show up by checking this link, and of course, hit your local spots to check if they’ve restocked yet!