Power Rangers X Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Lightning Collection Morphed Donatello & Morphed Leonardo

by Jay Cochran
August 02, 2021
We told you about these back in February and now we have our first official reveal with the Power Rangers X Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Lightning Collection Morphed Donatello & Morphed Leonardo set

This 6-inch Lightning Collection Mighty Morphin Power Rangers X Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Collab 2-pack features action figures with premium paint and decorative details inspired by the Boom! Comics crossover miniseries, with over 20 points of articulation in each figure for high poseability. Plus, swappable heads to display the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles with Ranger helmet or without. Also includes multiple character-inspired weapon accessories, blast effect pieces, and extra pairs of hands for more ways to play or display.

ITíS MORPHIN TIME! From Dino Fury back to the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, the Power Rangers have brought teamwork, action, and adventure to generations of fans. The legacy continues with figures, vehicles, collectibles, and roleplay toys from Hasbro, celebrating ranger teams from Mighty Morphin to Dino Fury. Imagine all the action of Power Rangers with toys from Hasbro! You can pre-order this now at BigBadToyStore.com.

We should be getting additional reveals throughout the week which will likely include two more two packs and a Shredder figure.
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EvilHayato - 2021-08-08 @ 4:07 pm
16 hours ago, LordMalakite said:

These Power Ranger TMNT crossover toys aren't just a random crossovermash-up for the sake of cross-over mash-up like some of the other past TMNT crossover mash-up toys (aka Universal Monsters, Star Trek, Apollo 11). Thefigures were actually taken from a comic book crossover story between IDW's TMNT comics and Boom Studios' Power Rangers comics. So what mash-up figures they chose to make is in context to what happened within the comic story. Tommy went undercover and joined the Footin an attempt to rescue/deprogram a childhood friend whom he learned had been radicalized to join the Foot. This leads to Shredder stealing the Green Morpher and teaming up with Rita Repulsa. Shredder ends up disconnecting the MMPR teens from their ability to transform via the Green Morpher, so the TMNT and April temporarily fill-in as Rangers till the problem could be fixed. Casey, Splinter, Karai, Rocksteady, Bebop and Baxter Stockman were also in the story, but stayed their normal selves. The only characters left that appeared within the comic story and could be considered mash-ups of both franchises (but aren't toys yet)are the five powerless MMPRteens (Jason, Trini, Zack, Billy, Kimberly) dressed as street ninjas and Baxter Stockman's experimental Foot Elite Putties (hybrids of Foot Soldiers forcibly merged with Putty Patroller clay).

Thank you for that clarification. Admittedly I was ignorant to what this was and assumed it was just a toyline crossover that had no reference. Good to know that it has a background and is derived from another source. Also thank you for that backstory, it makes these figures alot more interesting.

Batman1701 - 2021-08-08 @ 5:26 am

So, we've come full circle. *LOL, sigh*When this comic first debuted, I made the same joke as I am now: They already did a MMPR/TMNT crossover. It was called "Next Mutation," and it was HOT GARBAGE.

I hated it then, and I had no interest in the comic, but when the toys were first announced, I DID briefly wonder if my combined childhood-driven love of action figures and TMNT would supersede my teen-sourced LOATHING of MMPR.

After seeing the toys . . . I mean, they're fine, I guess, from a quality standpoint. And I would enjoy having all of them in their regular colors, (Donnie in Purple, Mikey in Orange, April in Yellow) and ESPECIALLY this version of Shredder in a more traditional gray/blue/purple/silver/black deco, his design is actually kind of amazing.

BUT . . . as they are now, based on the comics . . . I find I am reacting to them the same way I did to "Next Mutation" 25 years ago. Even a TMNT coat of paint is not enough for me to embrace the Super Sentai camp of MMPR.

All power to anyone who likes them. They're cool toys. But me, unless I can get them for a STEEP discount, and I custom paint them in classic TMNT colors . . . these looks, at these prices? Nope, can't do it. *chuckle*

LordMalakite - 2021-08-07 @ 11:27 pm
18 hours ago, EvilHayato said:

They look good with their helmets on, but unmasked they all look like they have different art style and it looks weird. Im also super confused, why is Tommy in this and why is he a foot soldier? Shouldnt there be like a casey doing some kind of swap like be a puddy or whatever?

These Power Ranger TMNT crossover toys aren't just a random crossovermash-up for the sake of cross-over mash-up like some of the other past TMNT crossover mash-up toys (aka Universal Monsters, Star Trek, Apollo 11). Thefigures were actually taken from a comic book crossover story between IDW's TMNT comics and Boom Studios' Power Rangers comics. So what mash-up figures they chose to make is in context to what happened within the comic story. Tommy went undercover and joined the Footin an attempt to rescue/deprogram a childhood friend whom he learned had been radicalized to join the Foot. This leads to Shredder stealing the Green Morpher and teaming up with Rita Repulsa. Shredder ends up disconnecting the MMPR teens from their ability to transform via the Green Morpher, so the TMNT and April temporarily fill-in as Rangers till the problem could be fixed. Casey, Splinter, Karai, Rocksteady, Bebop and Baxter Stockman were also in the story, but stayed their normal selves. The only characters left that appeared within the comic story and could be considered mash-ups of both franchises (but aren't toys yet)are the five powerless MMPRteens (Jason, Trini, Zack, Billy, Kimberly) dressed as street ninjas and Baxter Stockman's experimental Foot Elite Putties (hybrids of Foot Soldiers forcibly merged with Putty Patroller clay).

SpiderS - 2021-08-07 @ 5:29 pm

Looking at pics made me realizethat we just gotthe best April since Neca first comic book tmnt line, not that it's saying much.

EvilHayato - 2021-08-07 @ 4:29 am

They look good with their helmets on, but unmasked they all look like they have different art style and it looks weird. Im also super confused, why is Tommy in this and why is he a foot soldier? Shouldnt there be like a casey doing some kind of swap like be a puddy or whatever?

memocromatico - 2021-08-06 @ 10:44 pm

depending on the price... I might jump on these!!

Outsiders - 2021-08-06 @ 10:14 pm

More images to add...

lordtom - 2021-08-06 @ 7:24 pm

They need to get someone in for the PR creative to work on their head sculpts.

SpiderS - 2021-08-06 @ 2:41 pm

Shredder is probably the most interesting figure, hence why they single packedsince it looks like real alternative costume for him.

Batfreak87 - 2021-08-05 @ 8:33 pm

interesting mash up but idk just not getting captivated enough

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