NECA recently announced that they would be doing a new line of articulated TMNT figures based on their appearance in the original Mirage comic book series. the 5th Turtle has not posted an image of what they claim to be an early look at one of the figures for this line. Head over and check it out.
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They look awesome (the necks are a little too long though). Very cool that the 4HM sculpted them. They are just incredible with whatever they do. I really want to order the set. I would like to get a Casey Jones, Splinter and Shredded to go with them.
I just had to drop by the Turtles board and say those are the best Turtles I've seen in a long time!
Those do look really nice, but I'm with alot of other people on the boards: the necks look too long. Hopefully that will be changed slightly before release.
Thanks, so far, Ralp seems to excite me the most. I'm surprised that he can actually hold the sais between his fingers. This might mean that the sai will be really thin and might break easily.
Yea it says the 4 horsemen sculpted them in the magazine. Probally not worth picking up because all the info i posted was what was in there. Plus I already sent the pics to you. Synch I know about the 2 different release dates my point was I got it from my comic shop already while Lee's and Midt... read more
Forgive me for being so annoying but did you found out four horsemen sculpted the turtles in the magazine? How many info were inside the issue. Is it worth picking up just for the TMNT article?
Yes the 4 horsemen sculpted the turtles and thier bases.
OH NO!! those real chains are a danger to kidsss!!!! ahhhh!! dang it why can't they use real stuff for the rest of there accessory's as well
[quote name='Zodach' post='16420433' date='Jan 5 2008, 12:40 AM']Is it just me or are the necks still too long? I'm not an expert of the source material, but they just seem off because of it. Other than that detail, they look spectacular. And kudos to the Four Horsemen for more excellent ... read more