Joy Toy Announces Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 1/18th Scale Figures

by toynewman
May 29, 2024
Shown below is the announcement that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 1/18th Scale Figures will be coming soon from Joy Toy. Shown below via Preternia, Joy Toy has also confirmed they will be 1/18th Scale Figures!
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deecee4 - 2024-05-29 @ 3:44 pm
1 hour ago, obs said:

They sell well. This is a business and their sole function is to make money, so getting a tmnt license is a gold mine.

It will also cost a gold mine. These will likely be 3.75 or 4 scale and cost anywhere from $35 to $150 each depending on how big the figure is. Their Warhammer 40K line has $35 figures which are basic and figures anywhere from that price all the way up to $400 for a 17 dreadnaught mech with a figure and is battery powered. All their other mechs are around 12 and are $150 to $200. Most 4 figures are $60 to $110 on aversge. There are the bigger Primarch characters that are 6-7 tall that cost around $170. Theyre not 6-7 scale figures. Theyre still 4 scale but are very big characters.

There are hundreds of figures in the line and the same is true of their Acid Rain line. I only have the Acid Rain figs they made as part of their crossover with Super7. Both companys made a few Reactions for whatever license that was but they were every bit as nice as the 40K stuff and I think they were around $35-40 for Joy Toys versions.

Yeah, I know enough to stay away from joy toy's 40k stuff...it all looks great and is in my wheelhouse but those prices are daunting. Even seeing when it's on sale, I'm tempted but, sldont want to go down that rabbit hole.

Didn't know that big mech was battery operated, that's really cool.

Mofuggaz - 2024-05-29 @ 3:07 pm
38 minutes ago, obs said:

They sell well. This is a business and their sole function is to make money, so getting a tmnt license is a gold mine.

It will also cost a gold mine. These will likely be 3.75 or 4 scale and cost anywhere from $35 to $150 each depending on how big the figure is. Their Warhammer 40K line has $35 figures which are basic and figures anywhere from that price all the way up to $400 for a 17 dreadnaught mech with a figure and is battery powered. All their other mechs are around 12 and are $150 to $200. Most 4 figures are $60 to $110 on aversge. There are the bigger Primarch characters that are 6-7 tall that cost around $170. Theyre not 6-7 scale figures. Theyre still 4 scale but are very big characters.

There are hundreds of figures in the line and the same is true of their Acid Rain line. I only have the Acid Rain figs they made as part of their crossover with Super7. Both companys made a few Reactions for whatever license that was but they were every bit as nice as the 40K stuff and I think they were around $35-40 for Joy Toys versions.

Joytoy does not make Acid Rain figures. Joytoy also has the Corvus Belli license. I have been virtually all in on everything joytoy has made the last 5 years. No doubt these will be the best TMNT figures available in any scale.

toynewman - 2024-05-29 @ 2:38 pm

Shown below via Preternia, Joy Toy has also confirmed they will be 1/18th Scale Figures!

obs - 2024-05-29 @ 2:25 pm
2 hours ago, deecee4 said:

Geez we're at the point where its more accurate to say who doesnt have some form of a turtles license in 2024? I'm not a hater but, really c'mon. Meanwhile, little to nothing, option-wise, for Mask,Silverhawks, Thundercats, Inhumanoids, Air Raiders, etc,etc.

They sell well. This is a business and their sole function is to make money, so getting a tmnt license is a gold mine.

It will also cost a gold mine. These will likely be 3.75 or 4 scale and cost anywhere from $35 to $150 each depending on how big the figure is. Their Warhammer 40K line has $35 figures which are basic and figures anywhere from that price all the way up to $400 for a 17 dreadnaught mech with a figure and is battery powered. All their other mechs are around 12 and are $150 to $200. Most 4 figures are $60 to $110 on aversge. There are the bigger Primarch characters that are 6-7 tall that cost around $170. Theyre not 6-7 scale figures. Theyre still 4 scale but are very big characters.

There are hundreds of figures in the line and the same is true of their Acid Rain line. I only have the Acid Rain figs they made as part of their crossover with Super7. Both companys made a few Reactions for whatever license that was but they were every bit as nice as the 40K stuff and I think they were around $35-40 for Joy Toys versions.

toynewman - 2024-05-29 @ 2:00 pm
30 minutes ago, benmiller said:

Is there any company that doesn't make Turtles?

McFarlane at this point LOL

benmiller - 2024-05-29 @ 1:29 pm

Is there any company that doesn't make Turtles?

Frozentenderloin - 2024-05-29 @ 12:31 pm

I'm guessing these are going to be 1/18 scales since most of Joy Toy's lines are in that scale. That said, they excel when it comes to detailed figures in that scale, so these may be cool regardless of the size. Their Frontline Chaos line is 1/12, but those are close to $100 a figure. If they went that route these might be kind of pricy.

deecee4 - 2024-05-29 @ 12:30 pm

Geez we're at the point where its more accurate to say who doesnt have some form of a turtles license in 2024? I'm not a hater but, really c'mon. Meanwhile, little to nothing, option-wise, for Mask,Silverhawks, Thundercats, Inhumanoids, Air Raiders, etc,etc.

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