The Sewers come to life in the new Turtle’s Lair set from LEGO. Continue reading “The TMNT Lego Lair Is In Danger!!” »
The Shredder is trying to make some turtle soup and thanks to his new Lego cycle he just might succeed. Continue reading “Time to Shred, TMNT Style!” »
Lego is taking over the world of entertainment. In the past year they conquered the super heroes of Marvel and DC universes, they have ventured into space with Star Wars and now they are heading down to the sewers with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
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As part of Playmates’ relaunch of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the company has released not only an all-new line of pretty awesome 5″ figures, but a side series featuring 7″ versions of the Turtles in their classic 80’s cartoon looks. Called TMNT Classics, this line sees Playmates take a page from other recent toy lines line Mattel’s Masters of the Universe and Bandai’s Thundercats, delivering some wonderfully engineered and highly articulated– but still totally oldschool– heroes on the half shell.
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One of the last Comic Con exclusives t be revealed– and one I was most looking forward to– was the Night Shadow Leonardo, released to hype the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles line by Playmates and Nickelodeon. While the final product looks great, it’s plagued by so many drawbacks, both situational and practical, that I just can’t give Playmates a pass on this one.
Each year Comic Con grows and spreads to the streets, way past the walls of the Convention Center. Some companies went all-in with some great interactive campaigns which kept fans engaged throughout the city. Here’s a few of my favorites.