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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Michelangelo

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  • Impulsive, creative and very social, Michelangelo is the heart and soul of the Ninja Turtles
  • Michelangelo is master of the Kusarigama, nunchucks with a secret and a sharp surprise
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and all related titles, logos and characters are trademarks of Viacom International Inc
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Product Description

Product Description

With more than 12 points of articulation, these action figures are the most highly detailed and articulated Turtle figures ever made. Each Turtle figure is uniquely sculpted, with heights ranging from 4.25" to 5.25", to capture the individual personalities of the characters from Nickelodeon's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles TV show. Each Turtle is wearing his signature bandana and comes packed with their two core Ninja weapons and added weapons rack for hours of Ninja playing excitement.


Recommended Ages:4 – 15

From the Manufacturer

With more than 12 points of articulation, these action figures are the most highly detailed and articulated Turtle figures ever made. Each Turtle figure is uniquely sculpted, with heights ranging from 4.25" to 5.25", to capture the individual personalities of the characters from Nickelodeon's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles TV show. Each Turtle is wearing his signature bandana and comes packed with their two core Ninja weapons and added weapons rack for hours of Ninja playing excitement.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 2.7 x 1.5 inches ; 3.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B008BM2LJ2
  • Item model number: 90503
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 4 - 15 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,881 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (258 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

Every few years we get a new batch of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles action figures which always seem to offer something new to fans of the mean, green, pizza eating machines. This year, however, there are two very different styles of turtles offered. One style offered by Playmates are the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Classic Collection, larger action figures based on the classic 1988 cartoon and action figure line. I've reviewed most of those already, so today I'm looking at a figure from the second style offered which are based on the look of the upcoming cartoon series from Nickelodeon. These figures are crafted in a smaller scale (5 in.), feature a wider array of characters, and are more geared towards kids than adult collectors. That's ok, though, because it just means that these turtles offer us something different. Right now I'm looking at Michelangelo, the fun loving party dude of the TMNT. Is this guy a party dude or a party dud, though? Read on!

The Facts:
Articulation: pin/hinge ball jointed knees, pin/hinge ball jointed thighs, pin/hinge ball jointed shoulders, pin/hinge ball jointed elbows, swivel wrists, true ball jointed neck.

Accessories: two nunchucks, two small throwing stars, two large throwing starts, one kusarigama (a sickle/kama on a chain with a weight on the end).

Positives:

*The look of each turtle in this series is very different: there is no parts reuse between the turtles. Michelangelo is shorter than the rest of his brothers and has his own unique skin textures, scars, and pads/wrist wraps. I love the design on these figures. I don't think they look exactly like the new animation, but that's ok by me. This Mikey has all white eyes under his orange bandanna with brown belts, pads, and ankle wraps.
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By sukma on January 22, 2013
This toy is perfect the detail and everything but i recommend leonardo leonardo is the best toy ever you must heve leonardo and michelangelo
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Leo is the "standard" turtle, Raph is the "super muscular aka widest" turtle, Donnie is the "tall and lean" turtle, and Mikey - you're the shortest and cutest of the new Playmates TMNT line! That said, Mikey really is the shortest - at least a head shorter than Donnie - but it's really nice to see a physical difference between each turtle. Asides from being the shortest, Mikey also has the least amount of "battle damage" on his sculpt. His coloring is clean (although I'm not sure if I like the neon green color of his skin), the articulation is smooth, and the weigh of the figure is well balanced - Mikey can stand on one foot without toppling over!

His carapace is made of a soft bendy plastic - this can be seen as both a weakness and a strength, as this allows for more movement of the legs, however its so flexible that I can imagine it being accidentally ripped off by a kid. The belt material is also soft plastic. One thing parents should be aware of is that the heads of these turtles, while highly posable, can easily pop off. Thankfully, they pop back on just as easily. The one gripe I do have is with the nunchucks...the chain part of the chucks are plastic, and when they are put in his belt, the plastic actually turned a shade lighter (aka, it's getting weaker and can break). With enough bending and unbending, these will break over time.

All in all, for a long time Turtle fan, I'm pretty happy with this design of Mikey. It's a better sculp than the 2003 blocky version of the Turtles, it gives each turtle their on unique physical attributes, and hey - everybody love the party dude! Highly recommended!
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My 5 year old son loves this - he received all four turtles for his birthday and hasn't put them down much since then. These are the perfect size for playing with, their arms/legs manipulate well, and the various weapons are detailed and fun to play with and interchange. I just can't believe these things are still popular after 30+ years!
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Bought for my 7 yr olds birthday and he could not be happier. He loves these guys and Mikey is his favorite. I loved the price too.
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This figure is probably the most unique out of the turtle figures. The main reason is the turtles' height. If a person has the other three turtles, and not this particular one, then they won't see much of a difference in height. Mikey is the smallest turtle and that makes him all the more worth it in price. When paying for these Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2012 figures a person notices each one is different, not just in color. They each have different sculpts, details, and damage marks over different parts of their shells. For example Mikey has the least amount of scars compared to the other turtles. Anyway long story short these four turtles are a must own. They are more articulated than the other standard Playmates toys turtle figures. Matter of fact, the designs look similar the the first issues of the Mirage comics. Even if you do not get the rest of the figures, any fan of the TMNT must have these a part of their collection. the only downside is minor: Michelangelo's nunchaku chains are very fragile. If they are bent to be stored in his belts then they might break.
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