For those not in the know, a small toy manufacturer called Super7, most famous for their line of “classic” Masters of the Universe action figures, has recently set their sights on releasing modern takes on the classic ’88 TMNT line of action figures. Each figure will retail for about forty five dollars (available here) and […]Read More Who should join the TMNT Classics line?
Vinyl figures are something of a mystery to me. I know that one of the biggest toy manufacturers in the United States is Funko. Their line of Pop! figures is something that I think appeals to virtually anyone. There is just something in that line for everyone to enjoy. You like Back to the Future? […]Read More TMNT: Shadow Ninjas review
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: just the basics Back in 1988, a toy company called Playmates released the greatest action figure line in toys history. I know that may sound trite or just plain wrong to many of you that read this, but in my opinion, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles first action […]Read More Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: just the basics (updated)
Back in the early 90’s, Playmates Toys made virtually any kind of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles action figures you could think of. It’s arguable that their bread and butter was earned by the many, many variants of TMNT figures made available. Everything from figures inspired by the Universal Monsters, to spring loaded figures that could…kick […]Read More TMNT: what toys should come next?