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TMNT Mutant Mayhem Action Figures Review by Pixel Dan
Welcome to Pixel Dan’s review of the TMNT Mutant Mayhem Action Figures! In this article, we will be taking a comprehensive look at these brand new action figures based on the upcoming Mutant Mayhem Movie. Join us as we explore the packaging, scale, articulation, accessories, and more!
TMNT Mutant Mayhem Action Figures Overview
The TMNT Mutant Mayhem Action Figures feature the four iconic characters: Donatello, Michelangelo, Raphael, and Leonardo. These figures are designed to coincide with the release of the Mutant Mayhem Movie, bringing the Turtles to life in a whole new way. The packaging for these figures is brand new but still retains the classic TMNT design, with a brick motif in the background. Each figure comes with mini Turtles and weapons attached to sprues, staying true to the vintage line. The articulation on these figures is similar to previous TMNT figures, making them easy to pose and play with. The designs of the Turtles are inspired by the new Mutant Mayhem movie, giving them a fresh and updated look.
The packaging for the TMNT Mutant Mayhem Action Figures is reminiscent of classic TMNT card backs. The brick motif in the background adds a touch of nostalgia, while the artwork of the Turtle inside the box gives it a modern twist. Each figure has its name scribbled on the brick above their head, adding a personalized touch. The back of the packaging showcases the characters from the film, giving fans a glimpse into the world of Mutant Mayhem. Additionally, a clip and collect bio card is included in each package, giving fans more information about the Turtles.
The TMNT Mutant Mayhem Action Figures stand at around four and a half inches tall, with Mikey being slightly smaller at around four and a quarter inches. There is a size difference between the Turtles, with Raph being the largest in the group. Despite the size difference, all the figures feel sturdy and well-balanced. The smaller frame of Mikey adds to his playful and energetic personality, while the larger frame of Raph captures his strong and assertive nature.
The articulation on the TMNT Mutant Mayhem Action Figures is similar to that of previous TMNT figures. The Turtles have a ball-jointed head, allowing for a wide range of movement and expressive posing. The shoulders can move outward, forward, and backward, providing flexibility in different action poses. The elbow joint also allows for movement and swiveling, while the wrists can swivel as well. The legs have hinge joints that allow for movement in various directions. The knee joint provides swiveling action and a single joint for bending. The ankles move side to side and have removable pegs. Overall, the articulation on these figures is basic but effective, allowing for dynamic poses and playability.
The TMNT Mutant Mayhem Action Figures come with a variety of accessories. Each Turtle has their signature weapon, which is painted and ready for action. Donatello, the brains of the group, comes with a weapons rack and a fanny pack with a smartphone sticking out, giving him a modern touch. Michelangelo, the entertainer, comes with his nunchucks and a smile that captures his laid-back and fun-loving personality. Leonardo, the leader, has his katana blades and a silver belt buckle with attached ninja stars. Raphael, known for his anger, comes with his sais and a scar on the front of his shell. The figures also come with mini Turtles, adding an extra element of playability and collectibility.
Comparison with Previous TMNT Toys
The TMNT Mutant Mayhem Action Figures can be compared to previous TMNT toys in terms of design, articulation, and playability. These new figures retain the classic TMNT look while incorporating modern elements inspired by the Mutant Mayhem movie. The articulation is similar to recent TMNT figures, making them compatible with existing collections. Fans of the TMNT toy line will appreciate the familiar aesthetic and attention to detail in these new figures.
The TMNT Mutant Mayhem Action Figures are considered affordable in comparison to other action figures on the market. With their high-quality design, articulation, and accessories, these figures offer great value for collectors and fans alike. The affordable price point makes them accessible to a wide range of enthusiasts, ensuring that everyone can join in on the Turtle action.
In conclusion, the TMNT Mutant Mayhem Action Figures by Playmates Toys are a great addition to the TMNT toy line. These figures capture the essence of the Turtles with their updated designs, classic articulation, and extensive accessories. The packaging pays homage to the past while embracing the future of TMNT. With an affordable price point, these figures are a must-have for any TMNT fan or collector. Be sure to check out the Mutant Mayhem Movie and stay tuned for more exciting releases from the TMNT toy line. Cowabunga, dudes!
If you’re new to the channel, make sure to subscribe! You can also support the show on Patreon. In this review by Pixel Dan, we’ll be taking a closer look at the TMNT Mutant Mayhem action figures from Playmates Toys. These action figures feature the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Donatello, Michelangelo, Raphael, and Leonardo. They are brand new and ready for some action-packed fun!
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