New Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Toys Rise To Retail Stores

by Jay Cochran
September 20, 2018
Cowabunga - the heroes in a half shell have returned with a whole new look! Playmates Toys announced today that its Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles toy line will be available at major retailers starting October 1. As the longtime master toy licensee for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Playmates Toys developed this all-new product line based on Nickelodeon’s brand-new animated series, Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, which premiered on September 17, 2018. The toy line includes an assortment of highly detailed action figures, as well as vehicles, a playset and role play toys.

In addition to the new toy line, Playmates Toys is also introducing a Sewer Squad Pizza Points Loyalty Program, where fans can collect and redeem pizza points for exclusive toys and more. A unique, secret code is included in every Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles toy package from Playmates Toys. Fans can visit playmatestoys.com to register and join the Sewer Squad, in order to qualify for exclusive toys and other rewards.

In Nickelodeon’s reimagined animated series, the band of brothers (Raph, Leo, Donnie and Mikey) discover new, powerful weapons and encounter a mystical world they never knew existed beneath the streets of New York City.

“We carefully developed the new toy line with unique sculpting and incredible detail, in order to closely resemble the dynamic look of the Turtles in the new series,” said Karl Aaronian, Senior Vice President of Marketing, Playmates Toys. “With Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles being an enduring, iconic franchise, we are also delighted to bring back the Pizza Points Loyalty Program, which first debuted in the late 1980s, in an exciting new way for today’s generation of kids to enjoy.”

“The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is a property that has reinvention in its DNA and Playmates has been there every step of the way,” said Jon Roman, Senior Vice President, Toys, Nickelodeon. “Show creators for the new Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Ant Ward and Andy Suriano, worked hand in hand with Playmates to ensure that the bold, colorful design of the show translated into product at retail and we can’t wait to introduce them to a new generation of fans.”

The Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles toy line from Playmates Toys features the following:

Action Figures

· The highly detailed Action Figures are uniquely sculpted and fully articulated. The assortment features the four Turtles, April and Splinter, as well as new characters Baron Draxum, voiced by WWE Superstar, John Cena, Meat Sweats and others introduced in the series.

· The Deluxe Ninja Action Figures, available in the 4 Turtles, are ready to take out the bad guys! The figures bend to activate incredible flipping action, with each Turtle letting out an action shout as they flip.

· The Giant Figure assortment stands between 10.25” and 11” tall, with 13 points of articulation.

Vehicles

· The Turtle Tank is the new group vehicle that will help get the Turtles to the action fast. The tank is 2 toys in 1, transforming from vehicle mode into a Mobile Ops unit with a towering secret lab for Donatello.

· With the Shell Hog Vehicles, the Turtles can rev up for some shell-kickin’ Turtle action, and the vehicles even connect to each other and can also launch off the Turtle Tank group vehicle.

Playsets

· Discover where Splinter and the Turtles live, play and train with the 43" Epic Lair Playset, which is the biggest playset ever from Playmates Toys. It includes four levels of play, seven rooms and over 20 action features.

Role Play

· The assortment of Role Play, available for each of the 4 Turtles, features a signature Turtle bandana, a newly designed throwing star and the all-new weapon for each of the Turtles!
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sXeblues - 2018-09-26 @ 11:04 am

^ Even being single, finances can be a helluva hassle... But, I can definitely understand the sense of freedom that goes with not having to check every single expenditure. I long for those days again, just fiscally speaking, lol.

NeedlessImmortals - 2018-09-24 @ 1:44 pm
8 minutes ago, FASVB said:

I am married so this is not an option. A few times that I decide to buy figures instead of paying the electric bill, I ran into a lot of trouble.

Don't ever do that. Now I am in a very tight spot and g action figures is not even an option. Any figure at all. So I am missing a lot of stuff. Like I said a thousand times, here is complicated, once you miss something you'll probably never get that chance again.

This is the first year in awhile that I've actually been single so I'm enjoying just being able to do what I want for a change lol

FASVB - 2018-09-24 @ 1:19 pm
2 hours ago, NeedlessImmortals said:

You and me both lol I have the problem where I have so much preordered that I can only afford that and food basically. And I tend to prioritize toys over actual living expenses.... lol

I am married so this is not an option. A few times that I decide to buy figures instead of paying the electric bill, I ran into a lot of trouble.

Don't ever do that. Now I am in a very tight spot and g action figures is not even an option. Any figure at all. So I am missing a lot of stuff. Like I said a thousand times, here is complicated, once you miss something you'll probably never get that chance again.

NeedlessImmortals - 2018-09-24 @ 11:36 am
3 minutes ago, sXeblues said:

Im not able to get out to the stores that often, but its the same for me, when I can. Most store shelves are usually bare of anything noteworthy anymore. It sucks.

You have a better chance of picking it up online than finding anything good in stores but for the high end stuff the only real way to get that is to preorder.

sXeblues - 2018-09-24 @ 11:31 am
8 minutes ago, NeedlessImmortals said:

Not to mention you can hardly get these things at retail, far too many scalpers or collectors seem to have an informant in the stores who will let them know when things come in. I rarely see anything good on store shelves anymore and I make pretty frequent trips to various stores in my area quite often.

Im not able to get out to the stores that often, but its the same for me, when I can. Most store shelves are usually bare of anything noteworthy anymore. It sucks.

NeedlessImmortals - 2018-09-24 @ 11:21 am
12 minutes ago, sXeblues said:

Yea, with scalpers and the after market, I can definitely see how itmakes preorders a lot more viable, these days. The way the price tags of some of this stuff fluctuates is literally criminal, if you dont manage to swing em from right out of the gate.

Not to mention you can hardly get these things at retail, far too many scalpers or collectors seem to have an informant in the stores who will let them know when things come in. I rarely see anything good on store shelves anymore and I make pretty frequent trips to various stores in my area quite often.

sXeblues - 2018-09-24 @ 11:05 am
7 minutes ago, NeedlessImmortals said:

I'd prefer to not preorder but with all the reviewers out there it seems that everything sells out before its even released and if you want to buy anything at the actual price it was meant to be you kinda have to preorder these days.

Yea, with scalpers and the after market, I can definitely see how itmakes preorders a lot more viable, these days. The way the price tags of some of this stuff fluctuates is literally criminal, if you dont manage to swing em from right out of the gate.

NeedlessImmortals - 2018-09-24 @ 10:56 am
16 minutes ago, sXeblues said:

I never intend for it to play out that way, but Ill sometimesfind that I shouldnt have actually made a figure purchase, after the fact. And then its like, great now how do we get food, lol. I very rarely preorder, because I know that with my luck, either Ill forget that those funds are already spoken for, and be shocked when its not there, or Ill spend it and then it wont be there for when the preorder ships, lol.

I'd prefer to not preorder but with all the reviewers out there it seems that everything sells out before its even released and if you want to buy anything at the actual price it was meant to be you kinda have to preorder these days.

sXeblues - 2018-09-24 @ 10:38 am
10 minutes ago, NeedlessImmortals said:

You and me both lol I have the problem where I have so much preordered that I can only afford that and food basically. And I tend to prioritize toys over actual living expenses.... lol

I never intend for it to play out that way, but Ill sometimesfind that I shouldnt have actually made a figure purchase, after the fact. And then its like, great now how do we get food, lol. I very rarely preorder, because I know that with my luck, either Ill forget that those funds are already spoken for, and be shocked when its not there, or Ill spend it and then it wont be there for when the preorder ships, lol.

NeedlessImmortals - 2018-09-24 @ 10:24 am
33 minutes ago, sXeblues said:

Ive just gotta wait until I have the funds.. Sadly, I tend to be very broke, all too often, as of late. So, my fingers and toes are all kinds of crossed that I get my hands on the buck necessary to land myself a set of em, before they sell out.

You and me both lol I have the problem where I have so much preordered that I can only afford that and food basically. And I tend to prioritize toys over actual living expenses.... lol

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