These Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle figures are pure turtle power

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I’m probably in the majority here, but…I liked the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie that came out last year. It was all kinds of stupid to an absurd degree, but then again what do you expect from a movie about anthropomorphic turtles trained in ninjutsu? What I really dug however, was the entire design of the film. Splinter still looks like a nightmare fuel creation to me, but the turtles themselves looked unique and deadly. And sort of like they were related to president Jacob Zuma. Naturally characters that cool, deserve some merchandising. Which is just what’s happening.

Each turtle is getting an inaction figure, or a polystone replica from Sideshow Collectibles and Prime 1. I’ve rounded them all up below, with their measurements and price:

Michelangelo

  • Height – 508mm
  • Width – 469.9mm
  • Length – 338.62mm
  • Price – $699.99

Donatello

  • Height – 629.92mm
  • Width – 609.6mm
  • Length – 449mm
  • Price – $749

Raphael

  • Height – 549.91mm
  • Width – 549.91mm
  • Length – 449.8mm
  • Price – $699

Leonardo

  • Height  – 580mm
  • Width – 199.39
  • Length – 400mm
  • Price – $699

I’m still waiting for a proper Shredder figure. Because that’s the only character who matters.

Last Updated: March 16, 2015

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