Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Archive

  • We’ve seen all of the new goodies that Good Smile Company had a toy fair already, like Nendoroid Tracer, the Portal 2 figmas, and Nendoroid Link. But of course they had more than 3 figures out! That would be pretty odd, right? A big booth with just 3 things. Very ominous. Anyway, they had lots of their more US-centric licenses out on display, like the Naruto Nendoroids… which are USA only! Weird, right? But cool. There was also a lot of Zelda, Dota 2, Fire Emblem, Metroid, Suicide Squad, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and of course… that amazing Disney announcement. Check ’em all out below the jump!

    Toy Fair 2017: Good Smile Company’s Booth Overview

    We’ve seen all of the new goodies that Good Smile Company had a toy fair already, like Nendoroid Tracer, the Portal 2 figmas, and Nendoroid Link. But of course they had more than 3 figures out! That would be pretty odd, right? A big booth with just 3 things. Very ominous. Anyway, they had lots of their more US-centric licenses out on display, like the Naruto Nendoroids… which are USA only! Weird, right? But cool. There was also a lot of Zelda, Dota 2, Fire Emblem, Metroid, Suicide Squad, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and of course… that amazing Disney announcement. Check ’em all out below the jump!

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  • Well it looks like Good Smile Company is expanding upon their Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles statue line with two new additions: Shredder and Bebop! After the great success of the four turtles themselves I’m not surprised to see this line continue and Shredder and Bebop are the best possible options. I really like the gritty detail on these two that make them look every bit as menacing as they should and their motion in their poses is really nice to see continued from the first line. Now if only they’ll make Rocksteady and Master Splinter. [via gsc_enon’s Twitter]

    SDCC 2016: Good Smile Company’s Shredder and Bebop

    Well it looks like Good Smile Company is expanding upon their Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles statue line with two new additions: Shredder and Bebop! After the great success of the four turtles themselves I’m not surprised to see this line continue and Shredder and Bebop are the best possible options. I really like the gritty detail on these two that make them look every bit as menacing as they should and their motion in their poses is really nice to see continued from the first line. Now if only they’ll make Rocksteady and Master Splinter. [via gsc_enon’s Twitter]

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  • It’s that time of year again for San Diego Comic Con exclusives to start pouring in before the show in about a month and first up to the plate this year is Kidrobot, with a whole slew of exclusives. First up is a really awesome limited edition of 200 of The Litch from Adventure Time in an 8″ clear resin rendition for $100. This is probably my favorite of all of the exclusives and definitely something you won’t want to pass up. Then we finally have the final version of the Mr. Sparkle figure from The Simpsons that we showed off a bit of back at Toy Fair and he looks, quite frankly, phenomenal! This 7″ vinyl figure limited to 500 pieces and retailing for $50 is everything a Simpsons fan would want out of a Mr. Sparkle figure and I really hope there’s some left after the show to pick one up myself. Over in video game land we’ve got two new additions: a 7″ version of Shin Akuma from Street Fighter limited to 500 pieces for $50 each and a 3″ metallic Mega Man limited to 1500 pieces for $15 each. The Akuma looks great in this colorway and Mega Man looks like a must own, especially at that price where he doesn’t break the bank as a nice souvenir to take home from the con. Last over in cartoon land we have three pieces: a new glow in the dark version of Jason Freeny’s Anatomical Wabbit featuring a dissected Bugs Bunny from Looney Tunes that’s 12″ tall, limited to 500 pieces, and $65, and then two 7″ additions to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles line with a gold Shredder and a green Triceraton, which will both be limited to 500 pieces and retail for $40. Now, if you’re looking to score any of these exclusives, Kidrobot is now offering a pre-order situation where you order your items online before the show and then pick up at the show. Starting on June 13th, next Monday, all of these exclusives will be up for pre-order. To pick up your piece at the con you’ll need your order number, ID, and badge, and your names on all three must match, so no picking up for others! No word on what time these will be up on Kidrobot’s site, but that will most likely come in the next few days and best of luck to anyone trying for these.

    Kidrobot Announces Their SDCC Exclusives And Pre-Order Plans

    It’s that time of year again for San Diego Comic Con exclusives to start pouring in before the show in about a month and first up to the plate this year is Kidrobot, with a whole slew of exclusives. First up is a really awesome limited edition of 200 of The Litch from Adventure Time in an 8″ clear resin rendition for $100. This is probably my favorite of all of the exclusives and definitely something you won’t want to pass up. Then we finally have the final version of the Mr. Sparkle figure from The Simpsons that we showed off a bit of back at Toy Fair and he looks, quite frankly, phenomenal! This 7″ vinyl figure limited to 500 pieces and retailing for $50 is everything a Simpsons fan would want out of a Mr. Sparkle figure and I really hope there’s some left after the show to pick one up myself. Over in video game land we’ve got two new additions: a 7″ version of Shin Akuma from Street Fighter limited to 500 pieces for $50 each and a 3″ metallic Mega Man limited to 1500 pieces for $15 each. The Akuma looks great in this colorway and Mega Man looks like a must own, especially at that price where he doesn’t break the bank as a nice souvenir to take home from the con. Last over in cartoon land we have three pieces: a new glow in the dark version of Jason Freeny’s Anatomical Wabbit featuring a dissected Bugs Bunny from Looney Tunes that’s 12″ tall, limited to 500 pieces, and $65, and then two 7″ additions to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles line with a gold Shredder and a green Triceraton, which will both be limited to 500 pieces and retail for $40. Now, if you’re looking to score any of these exclusives, Kidrobot is now offering a pre-order situation where you order your items online before the show and then pick up at the show. Starting on June 13th, next Monday, all of these exclusives will be up for pre-order. To pick up your piece at the con you’ll need your order number, ID, and badge, and your names on all three must match, so no picking up for others! No word on what time these will be up on Kidrobot’s site, but that will most likely come in the next few days and best of luck to anyone trying for these.

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  • We saw a lot of individual galleries from Good Smile Company this Toy Fair: figma Samus, the scaled Link, Batman & Superman Nendoroids, figma Yugi, the Zelda Nendoroid, and the Genos Nendoroid. But of course they brought so much more to the event! Like the amazingly goofy art-based figmas, the just-arrived Nendoroid Kirby (who was popular enough to get a re-release literally the day he came out), many of their Nintendo-based Nendoroids, and beautiful scaled figures like Dark Magician Girl and some of their many Mikus. We even got to see Zwyer’s Legend Of Korra figures. Check them all out in the gallery!

    Toy Fair 2016: Good Smile Company Booth Overview

    We saw a lot of individual galleries from Good Smile Company this Toy Fair: figma Samus, the scaled Link, Batman & Superman Nendoroids, figma Yugi, the Zelda Nendoroid, and the Genos Nendoroid. But of course they brought so much more to the event! Like the amazingly goofy art-based figmas, the just-arrived Nendoroid Kirby (who was popular enough to get a re-release literally the day he came out), many of their Nintendo-based Nendoroids, and beautiful scaled figures like Dark Magician Girl and some of their many Mikus. We even got to see Zwyer’s Legend Of Korra figures. Check them all out in the gallery!

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  • It’s been a good time to be a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle fan! Before we had the regular, pretty basic toys but recently we’ve had all kinds of good stuff like the Good Smile TMNT statues and Kidrobot’s figures. This year at Toy Fair they unveiled a whole new line, which will include a new line of minifigures: the Shell Shock series, which is full of both good guys and villains from the ’80’s cartoon. We also have two medium-size figures of Shredder and Triceraton. Did you ever stop and think about how weird the TMNT world is? I mean, we have mutant turtles fighting ninjas and humanoid dinosaurs?? How high were the creators.

    Toy Fair 2016: Kidrobot’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Figures

    It’s been a good time to be a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle fan! Before we had the regular, pretty basic toys but recently we’ve had all kinds of good stuff like the Good Smile TMNT statues and Kidrobot’s figures. This year at Toy Fair they unveiled a whole new line, which will include a new line of minifigures: the Shell Shock series, which is full of both good guys and villains from the ’80’s cartoon. We also have two medium-size figures of Shredder and Triceraton. Did you ever stop and think about how weird the TMNT world is? I mean, we have mutant turtles fighting ninjas and humanoid dinosaurs?? How high were the creators.

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  • So we’ve seen a lot from Good Smile already: the Yu-Gi-Oh figures, their video game displays, and the gorgeous Sorceress. But of course there was more to be had! The star of the booth was, I think, the amazing Umaru display for the Nendoroid. It’s so elaborate: tiny Nendoroid boxes, toys, posters… so amazing! If they sold this, I would buy it. For basically any price. There was also their Kill la Kill line (with another super cute diorama!), the Ghost in the Shell figma that just went up for order, and many more. Check them all out below!

    NYCC 2015: Good Smile Company Booth Overview

    So we’ve seen a lot from Good Smile already: the Yu-Gi-Oh figures, their video game displays, and the gorgeous Sorceress. But of course there was more to be had! The star of the booth was, I think, the amazing Umaru display for the Nendoroid. It’s so elaborate: tiny Nendoroid boxes, toys, posters… so amazing! If they sold this, I would buy it. For basically any price. There was also their Kill la Kill line (with another super cute diorama!), the Ghost in the Shell figma that just went up for order, and many more. Check them all out below!

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  • Years ago, Yes Anime used to be just another importer of PVC figures. But the market is volatile, especially recently: a few years ago, the dollar tanked, and now the yen is tanking. It’s totally unpredictable and US-based toy importers are not doing so well. So, what’s a store based here to do? Make their own stuff, obviously! Which is exactly what Yes Anime has done. They teamed up with Shounen Jump and picked the licenses that many of us cut our anime teeth on: Bleach, Death Note, Naruto, Tiger & Bunny. And made the Trexi line, which is kind of like Funko’s Pop line. With weird hands. They also have a 1/6 scale line of super-detailed action figures with the… Harry Potter cast. Which is not anime but is, you know, equally nerdy. Also in appearance: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! And Steve McQueen. Kind of an eclectic selection there, Yes Anime. [Thanks to the amazing Anne Mortensen-Agnew for providing us with these images! <3]

    SDCC 2015: Yes Anime

    Years ago, Yes Anime used to be just another importer of PVC figures. But the market is volatile, especially recently: a few years ago, the dollar tanked, and now the yen is tanking. It’s totally unpredictable and US-based toy importers are not doing so well. So, what’s a store based here to do? Make their own stuff, obviously! Which is exactly what Yes Anime has done. They teamed up with Shounen Jump and picked the licenses that many of us cut our anime teeth on: Bleach, Death Note, Naruto, Tiger & Bunny. And made the Trexi line, which is kind of like Funko’s Pop line. With weird hands. They also have a 1/6 scale line of super-detailed action figures with the… Harry Potter cast. Which is not anime but is, you know, equally nerdy. Also in appearance: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! And Steve McQueen. Kind of an eclectic selection there, Yes Anime. [Thanks to the amazing Anne Mortensen-Agnew for providing us with these images! <3]

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  • This year at Toy Fair we already took a closer look at lots of Good Smile Company & Co’s goods: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Statues, Nendoroid Elsa, figma Sakura, figma Kirito, Nendoroid Mario, and Red Hood Miku. But they had tons more, and from many companies! It wasn’t just the usual umbrella there, but all the companies that they sell overseas including Gecco and Kaiyodo. The focus was definitely on American-friendly licenses and figures: lots of game merchandise, a ton of figmas and Nendoroids, and popular series like Fairy Tail and Kill la Kill. Check them all out in the gallery!

    Toy Fair 2015: Good Smile Company’s Booth Overview

    This year at Toy Fair we already took a closer look at lots of Good Smile Company & Co’s goods: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Statues, Nendoroid Elsa, figma Sakura, figma Kirito, Nendoroid Mario, and Red Hood Miku. But they had tons more, and from many companies! It wasn’t just the usual umbrella there, but all the companies that they sell overseas including Gecco and Kaiyodo. The focus was definitely on American-friendly licenses and figures: lots of game merchandise, a ton of figmas and Nendoroids, and popular series like Fairy Tail and Kill la Kill. Check them all out in the gallery!

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  • Statues are kind of a new foray for Good Smile Company: we’ve had some big releases, like Guts and the Colossal Titan, but my personal most-anticipated release has been the full set of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Not entirely for nostalgia, like most people, but because I really like turtles. I have a pet turtle even! They’re totally the best reptiles. Anyway, we got a close look at the painted Leonardo at NYCC, but now all four are ready for action! The detail on these is really fantastic, and it’s great to see Good Smile’s usual level of craftsmanship in this new medium. Personally, Donatello is my favorite–which of the 4 do you prefer?

    Toy Fair 2015: Good Smile Company’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Gallery

    Statues are kind of a new foray for Good Smile Company: we’ve had some big releases, like Guts and the Colossal Titan, but my personal most-anticipated release has been the full set of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Not entirely for nostalgia, like most people, but because I really like turtles. I have a pet turtle even! They’re totally the best reptiles. Anyway, we got a close look at the painted Leonardo at NYCC, but now all four are ready for action! The detail on these is really fantastic, and it’s great to see Good Smile’s usual level of craftsmanship in this new medium. Personally, Donatello is my favorite–which of the 4 do you prefer?

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  • We already gave you a quick look at the sculpt for all 4 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle figures from Good Smile Company, but we promised you a behind the glass look as well–so here it is! In all their turtle-y glory. Fun fact: the TMNT are supposed to be mutant red eared sliders. Male red eared sliders have distinctively long, sharp claws. I think the TMNT are hiding something from us. Anyway, the detail on these pieces is downright insane. From their faces to the battle damaged shells to the intricate bases, there’s enough going on here to keep any figure fan entertained. We also found out a rough pricing estimate: $120~$150 for each turtle, which actually makes the set of all 4 less than the Colossal Titan if it ends up being the finalized price.

    NYCC 2014: Good Smile Company’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Gallery

    We already gave you a quick look at the sculpt for all 4 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle figures from Good Smile Company, but we promised you a behind the glass look as well–so here it is! In all their turtle-y glory. Fun fact: the TMNT are supposed to be mutant red eared sliders. Male red eared sliders have distinctively long, sharp claws. I think the TMNT are hiding something from us. Anyway, the detail on these pieces is downright insane. From their faces to the battle damaged shells to the intricate bases, there’s enough going on here to keep any figure fan entertained. We also found out a rough pricing estimate: $120~$150 for each turtle, which actually makes the set of all 4 less than the Colossal Titan if it ends up being the finalized price.

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