After yesterday’s deluge of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles toy images, we thought it’d be a nice change of pace to add some videos– oh, and some new pics! The videos spotlight the various lines, while the photos were taken throughout the TMNT showroom and give us closer looks at Shredder, April, Splinter, Krang, and the Foot Clan Soldiers from the new line from Playmates Toys. Honestly, we are incredibly excited for all of these new toys (3 toes and all) and the wait for Fall will be a long and harsh one.
First up, let’s start things off with a time-lapse video of the showroom being set up and prepped for a full ninja invasion:
Next up is a closer look at the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Classic Collection action figures with Karl Aaroniar, SVP Marketing at Playmates Toys. The figures are all 6″ tall and come with their weapons, plus a weapon rack to help mimic that vintage feel.
The figures in the TMNT line from the new Nickelodeon animated series are covered in this next clip:
The Battle Shell Turtles in the next spot are the 10 to 11″ figures everyone has been wondering about. Their shells open and extra weapons can be stored within.
The vehicles and massive Secret Sewer Lair Playset are featured next. We’re hoping our vintage figures fit in with the scale of the animated figures so we can pack that huge playset out with all of our favorite TMNT toys, old and new!
Last, but certainly not least, comes the Role Play items. We had the original versions of these as kids (a big green nose was attached to the bandanna in those days) and we can’t wait to see a new generation of kids attacking one another with stealth and pizza-charged enthusiasm!
Now for those photos!
Foot Clan Ninja
See more photos from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Showcase by clicking here!
What do you think about the new designs of the secondary characters? Are you as excited as we are for the Classic Collection? Let us know your thoughts about these latest and greatest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles toys in the comment section!
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