Super7 have dropped the next wave of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Ultimates figures – Punker Don, Warrior Metalhead Michelangelo, Guerrilla Gorilla, Triceraton, and Robotic Bebop. It’s a wild line up for sure. Each are coming in around $55 USD and are due to ship in Q1 2023. They are live now around the web for pre-order, hit our sponsors below to grab your sets. Details and pics after the break.
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Pre-orders are live for a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Statue by Premium Collectibles Studio. They have revealed their new Bebop 1/4 Scale Statue, which is available to order from Sideshow Collectibles and Big Bad Toy Store. The statue stands at 16″ tall, and is cast in polystone. Sideshow is offering an Exclusive Edition, which includes a Mouser 1/4 Scale Statue. The Mouser will stand at 8.5″ tall, and has its own display base.
The Bebop Statue is priced at $650, while the Sideshow Exclusive Edition is priced at $675. It is due for release between March and May of 2023. You can see additional details and the new photos after the jump.
A new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Visual Guide has been released by NECA. Designed to pay homage to classic card backs, the visual guide features TMNT figures from the Video Games and classic Mirage Comics series. The downloadable check list is part of their “12 Days of Downloads”. Click the banner image above for the full size image.
A couple of photos have been shared by NECA for their upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles In Time – Pirate Bebop and Rocksteady 7″ Scale Figures. The pics give us our first look at the final packaged figures. The set will be available from most online collectible retailers, and will not be sold at Target or Walmart stores. They should be released by August. Check out the new photos after the jump.
You’re walking the plank, shell brains! Be prepared to lose a few extra lives against Pirate Bebop and Rocksteady, the first 2 pack coming to NECA’s TMNT Turtles In Timeline. Equipped with a whip (Bebop) and rapier sword (Rocksteady), this hefty duo is dressed in their pirate outfits, ready to recklessly charge through anyone in their way. Both 7-inch TMNT Turtles in Time Pirate Rocksteady Figure scale figures feature special deco that recreates the pixilated look of the video game and comes in window box packaging with graphics from the original arcade cabinet.
A while back we shared some new TMNT listings that had no pics and hadn’t officially been announced. They were for various 2 packs from Playmates. They still haven’t been officially announced, but we now have some pics :). Thanks to Toyark Forum Member jwyss234 via Australian retailer popcultcha.com we have looks at Leonardo vs. Rocksteady and Michelangelo vs. Bebop. These are using the Classic molds from years back in slightly tweaked colors.
They are retailing for $62 AUD, which is about $48 USD. ETA is August 2021.
Also listed but without pics – Donatello vs. Shredder and Raphael vs. Triceraton. This is interesting because Shredder and Triceratron never had Classic scale molds from Playmates. Stay tuned!
Solicitations have been released for two new retro Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles box sets from Playmates Toys. Included are a Sewer Lair Box Set, and a Villains Mutant Module Retro Box Set with reissues of the classic 5″ Playmates TMNT Figures. The Sewer Lair Box Set is packed in a soft carrying case inspired by the Turtles Lair, and will include Leonardo, Donatello, Michelangelo, Raphael, Shredder, and Splinter. The Villains Box Set is features a soft carrying case inspired by the Mutant Module vehicle, and will include Bebop, Rocksteady, Baxter Stockman, Slash, Krang with Walker, and a Foot Soldier.
Each of these box sets are Previews Exclusives. They will be available from most online collectible retailers, and comic shops. The TMNT Retro Box Sets are priced at $89.99 for the Lair, and $100 for the Villains. The Sewer Lair Set is due out in May, while the Mutant Module Set is due out in September. Pre-orders should go live soon. Check out photos and info after the jump.
A second Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Visual Guide has been released by NECA for their “12 Days of Downloads“. This checklist showcases their TMNT Carton Series action figures. Like the previous TMNT Visual Guide, this is designed to pay ho,age to classic TMNT card backs. Along with the previously released and announced figures, their look to be a number of new figures shown here as well! Check out the full guide by clicking the banner image above. Newer figures (including a few previously announced) include:
- Leonardo in Disguise
- Raphael in Disguise
- Michelangelo in Disguise
- Donatello in Disguise
- Napoleon Bonafrog
- Atilla The Frog
- Genghis The Frog
- Rasputin The Mad Frog
- Ace Duck
- Chrome Dome
- Rat King
NECA has shared a new Visual Guide for their “12 Days of Downloads“. Today’s update features their first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Visual Guide, which brings together their TMNT Movie, TMNT Video Game, and TMNT Mirage Comic figures onto a great looking checklist. Missing is the TMNT Cartoon Series figures, which will likely get their own checklist, as that line has a ton of figures in it now. The image is deigned to resemble a classic TMNT backer card. You can check out the full visual Guide by clicking the banner image above.
Photos have been released for a few upcoming statues based on the villains of the classic Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon series. The 1/8 scale statues are being produced by Premium Collectibles Studio. These are companion pieces to the Turtles Statues, which we reported on back in July. Included are Shredder, Krang in his Android body, Bebop, and Rocksteady. Each includes a themed base, andshould stand roughly 9″ tall (depending on pose and character). The statues are priced at $50 each, and will be released in March 2021. Look for pre-orders to go live as early as today. You can see the new images after the jump.
Big one today! Running some catch up on the NECA Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Cartoon line. Normally this is in Joe Moore’s stable of shoots, but he tagged me in and I’ve run a whole chunk of recent releases for the line. I am one of the folks who never found Bebop and Rocksteady in person, even with trying, so after the first wave I kinda timed out. I was able to grab a set online when NECA put them up recently so I’ll be jumping back in down the road. These here today were Joe Moore’s, courtesy of NECA, so I kinda got to experience everything since wave 1 all at once.
I won’t go super hard into reviews as many of these have been out for a while. Overall though, I dig the toon based line NECA has been doing. I don’t need every one that drops personally, as TMNT was always farther down the line for me than Transformers or GI Joe. But I can appreciate what’s going on and glad that long time TMNT fans are getting deeper roster characters.
Read on to check some additional thoughts, and over 170 HD images for Bebop and Rocksteady, April O’Neil and Foot Soldier, Casey Jones and Foot Soldier, Slash and Leatherhead, Traag and Granitor, and Metalhead. I’ve also included some quick shots of Wave 1 earlier figures that I did back in 2019.