My favorite toy line of last year was Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot. It was extremely fun and appealed to my collector side and the kid inside me who still likes to play. But the line wasn’t perfect, and those issues still persist in its
The four new Nickelodeon turtles are great toys, but I kept having this nagging suspicion that something was missing (you know, besides the Shellraiser and awesome new sewer playset that I can’t afford).
Earlier in the week Noisy presented his guest review for TheDailyNinja.com and today’s my turn for a review, and I’m bringin everyone back to the present with my Nickelodeon Shredder review. So check out TDN for a look at how he stacks up.
It’s TMNT Week at The Daytime Ninja! I’m not privy to what goodies are planned for this week, but Gavin graciously led off with my guest “retroview” of the classic TMNT / Star Trek Mash-up First Officer Donatello! Check out my review for a cool piece of Turtle history & keep
Today’s article rounds out my coverage of the four main turtles in Playmates’ new Nickelodeon line. Don’t worry, I still have a couple more characters to look at before I’m done with the line though. But Reviewapalooza II is far from over, so don’t forget to check back
I can’t believe Earthworm Jim is eighteen years old. That’s not groovy. I haven’t played the game in forever, but I burned many hours playing the first two games back in junior high. Jim has since fallen on some hard times, but Mezco has him back in the spotlight this summer.
The Folks over at Playmates sent out a new press release announcing their official Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles YouTube channel. There’s some great instructional videos that show how to assemble the playset and vehicles, while also highlighting the various features and details.
Sometimes Noisy and I coordinate without even knowing. I had no idea he was going to review another Classic Turtle for Thursday, and he didn’t know I was doing another Nick Turtle today. So for the second week in a row, we’re bringing you a TMNT double dose!
After buying Leo, I was tempted to round out the crew, but didn’t want to pay the $20 apiece my LCS was charging. I stayed strong. It paid off! My wonderful wife saw fit to bestow the Turtles on me for my birthday! She did well too, they were $15 each!
My most anticipated toyline of the year has to be the Nickelodeon relaunch of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. And judging by the response of our toy-reviewing colleagues, I think it’s safe to say that I’m not alone. So here’s my review of the Nickelodeon Leonardo and Raphael.
Turtle fever sure is going around in the collecting community of late. Vault was sucked in when he found the new Nickelodeon figures at TRU. I held out until I saw the Classic Turtles at my LCS and… well, I didn’t buy any… the first day. I went back the next!