Check out a photo showing the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Comic Series Figures and Nickelodeon Series Tiger Claw and Robotoc Foot Soldier all packaged up. The image comes courtesy of sanityattack at the Technodrome Forums. See the pic after the jump.
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Playmates has added new character product pages for some upcoming¬†Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles figures. these haven’t been linked to just yet from their main product pages. Included are:
- TMNT Nickelodeon Basic Bebop
- TMNT Nickelodeon Basic Rocksteady
- TMNT Nickelodeon Basic Karai Snake
- TMNT Nickelodeon Basic Stockman Fly
- TMNT Nickelodeon Basic Tiger Claw
- TMNT Basic Comic Book Leonardo
- TMNT Basic Comic Book Donatello
- TMNT Basic Comic Book Raphael
- TMNT Basic Comic Book Michelangelo
Read on for bios for the figures as well as the official pics. Thanks to tmntmikey23 from the forums for the heads up.
So I spotted this at a Toys “R” Us yesterday. They had just finished restocking the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Retro Figures. These are the reissues of the 80′s toys, which Playmates released last year, and had disappeared from shelves (for the most part) since Christmas.
After spotting this, I popped over to another nearby TRU and saw they had them as well. The assortment, though, appears to be a bit different. Both stores were only stocking the four Ninja Turtles. Missing in the wave were Shredder and Splinter, which were part of the release last year. UPDATE: According to foru member Phantomcrow, Krang and a Foot Soldier are part of this release. These were marked at $8.99 each.
So it is happening! Toyark sponsor Big Bad Toy Store has posted pre-orders for a 48″ tall Nickelodeon Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Michelangelo Figure by Jakks Pacific. At 4 feet tall, this is likely to be the largest figure (it looks to have at least 3 points of articulation) in your collection. The price is listed at $89.99 plus shipping. The shipped package is listed at 105 pounds, so shipping costs aren’t going to be too cheap.
We first got a look at this figure during Toy Fair 2014. You can pre-order the figure by Clicking Here. It’s scheduled for release some time in the fourth quarter of the year. Check out an image after the jump.
ThreeZero just dropped a nice weekend gem, teasing up early sculpt work on their high end Matrix APU and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles figures. Both look to be coming along nicely. While 3Z is a bit higher in cost than your average figure, the Turtles should come in significantly cheaper than the recently announced Prime 1 statues. Check out the teaser after the break!
Prime 1 Studio, who you may know from their insanely detailed and accurate Transformers Movie Statues, has announced a new license. they will be producing high end collectibles based on the recently released Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Movie. The first statue is of Raphael. It will be a 1/4 scale polystone statue that will stand 22″ tall. Pre-orders begin in October for a release in December. Pricing has yet to be revealed, but don’t expect this to be cheap.
Check out the first photos after the jump. We’ll have more info as it becomes available.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Classic Collection kicked off to a roaring start in 2012 with the release of the Classic Turtles upgraded toy wise for the modern era. We got really well done, large, highly poseable figures to match what’s been done with other 80s properties during their new millennium rebirth. In 2013, Playmates continued the line with the addition of Bebop and Rock Steady. All of them to that point were fantastic new versions of the characters.
It’s now 2014, and Playmates is rolling out Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Movie Editions. Using the first wave Turtles as a base, they’ve remolded and repainted the four, giving them new heads in the process. This was a fan request, the people wanted it, but it didn’t quite turn out as expected. Read on to check out our quick thoughts, and over 60 images of the Ninja Turtles Movie Classics Collection figures!
The Factory Entertainment booth had dozens and dozens of licensed products on hand at San Diego Comic-Con 2014. These include items from the following lines:
- DC Comics
- Game of Thrones
- Universal Monsters
- The Beatles
- Back to the Future
- Jurassic Park
- Monty Python
- Men In Black
See over 125 photos by reading on.
Last week, Mondo announced they were getting into the collectible toy game. A San Diego Comic-Con 2014, they showed the first series of items they have in store from The Iron Giant and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. These include the following items:
- Iron Giant 16″ Figure
- Iron Giant Bolt Replica
- TMNT Lil’ Mikey Vinyl Figure
- TMNT The First Turtle Vinyl Figure
- TMNT 1/6 Scale Mousers
Also on display, but we could take pics, was their 1/6 scale Alfred Hitchcock.