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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Raphael
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- Tough, quick-to-act and hot-tempered, Raphael's a powder keg ready to explode on unsuspecting enemies everywhere
- The biggest of his mutant brothers, Raph has a "why sneak around when you can bash some heads instead?" attitude
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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
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Articulation- hinge/peg ball jointed knees, peg/hinge ball jointed thighs, peg/hinge ball jointed shoulders, peg/hinge ball jointed elbows, swivel wrists, true ball jointed neck.
Accessories-two sai, two sai w/ only one yoku (the side prongs), 2 shuriken (throwing stars), and 2 hook swords.
*While the figure does somewhat resemble the new animated series, it resembles various comic incarnations of the character also. Raphael looks much more serious than the animated stills from the Nickelodeon, perhaps due to the fact that the toy is sculpted with a wicked grin and pupiless eyes. The various pads and wraps on his arms and legs give this figure a very cool vibe.
*The sculpt is not only excellent, it is unique to Raphael alone. None of the 4 turtles share any parts. Raph's skin texture, muscle build, and dents in his shell and chest are all his own. Raph appears to be a bit bigger than all the other turtles.
*Not only is his weapon set pretty nice (6 blades and two trhowing stars) but Raphael can hold all of his weapons well.Read more ›
And then I noticed his hands. His right hand has fingers spaced just far enough apart that he can hold his sai in that hand with is fingers between the tongs, like he often did in the comics/cartoons/movies. Very cool.
As a kid, my favorite TMNT action figures were the ones based upon the movie - they had an interesting, rubberized texture that made them more flexible, and they were rather detailed compared to the base figures. These are like a very nice blend between the still cartoonish look of the original toys and the realisitic look of the movie figures, and I'm jealous that MY TMNT toys didn't look like this.
Raph comes with 2 additional sais, two hooked swords (all of which can fit (2 at a time) in his belt) and some throwing stars, and they're in a great gun-metal silver color of plastic. (Michelangelo and Donatello have an orange-ish and brown-ish plastic color for their weapon sets, which makes the throwing stars look a bit cheaper.Read more ›
Everyone knows that Raph's the tough guy of the group, and this figure finally gives him the respect he deserves. He bares his teeth and even has a big cut going down the front of his shell, showing that he's been in some big fights over the years. All of the turtles are sculpted slightly differently from one another, but none of them have a battle scar like this. Raph is about the same size as Leo, shorter than Don but taller than Mikey. This is a really great looking figure, and my second favorite of the group. He just plain looks like he's ready to start knocking heads. Raph is painted nicely too, with a forest green skin color and olive green shell. You can store his weapons in the back of his belt, just like the others, and of course he comes with another little extra weapon set. These include throwing stars, hook swords and even sai with two prongs instead of three. You've got some good display options with this guy!
Articulation-wise, once again, he's the same as his brothers. His head, shoulders, elbows, wrists, upper legs and knees can all be posed.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Exceptional quality collectible and/or action figurine for play. Colorful, true to the character it represents, and easy to pose.Published 4 months ago by Brenda Geraci
The action figures look great. The weapons they came with are cookie cutout looking. All of them just laid out on a sheet of plastic that you have to twist out. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Chris
Was very happy when this guy arrived! I recevied the best quality toy and it arrived on time!!!Published 6 months ago by The Digital Surfer #3
The boys love the Ninja Turtles. These toys are high quality and are holding together well, even after over a year of play.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer