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NECA Announces 90’s TMNT Movie Prop Replicas

After the success of their 90’s TMNT movie figures, it probably shouldn’t come as a surprise that NECA has decided to continue working with this property. Having said that, it might surprise some shellheads that they’ve decided to start making prop replicas from the film. This won’t be the first time the company has made a prop replica, but I’m sure the fans will appreciate these collectibles nonetheless.

As you can see, this full-sized Casey Jones Mask includes straps so that you can actually wear it. Image Source: NECAOnline.com
As you can see, this full-sized Casey Jones Mask includes straps so that you can actually wear it. Image Source: NECAOnline.com
The first two prop replicas will come in the form of a Casey Jones Mask and a TCRI Mutagen Canister. Although one of these items is perfect for display, the other can actually be worn. As if that weren’t cool enough, both of these collectibles will be available for a very reasonable price. The Casey Jones Mask is already available for pre-order at the price of $29.99 while the Mutagen Canister will be sold for $45.99. Both items are scheduled to ship in January of 2018.

If you’re like me, right about now you’re wishing that the mask was available before Halloween. There have been many imitators, but few companies have managed to accurately recreate the hockey mask used by Casey Jones. This incredible 90’s TMNT movie prop replica is the closest approximation of the actual mask that I have ever seen. Similar masks currently on the market are sold for between $10-$50 on average, so $29.99 for a film accurate mask is an incredible deal.

The TCRI Mutagen Canister is also very nice, and it actually glows green when you press a button. This added feature is likely one of the main reasons that the prop replica is going for a slightly higher price. The canister is 13″ long, so it’ll probably look very nice and stand out among your collection. We don’t yet know if NECA has any plans for future 90’s TMNT movie prop replicas, but something tells me they’ll definitely consider it if these items sell well.

What do you think? Will you be picking up either of these 90’s TMNT movie prop replicas? Are they priced well, or is NECA asking for too much? Share your thoughts and plans either in the comments below or on Facebook/Twitter.

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Justin W

Justin W

My name is Justin Wren and I love to write about the TMNT! I've been a big Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fan since the late 80's. Back then, I would watch the original animated series and play with the Playmates toys all the time. I have been following the boys ever since I was a kid, and I'm very happy to see them back in the limelight after all these years. Needless to say, I'm proud to be a member of the team on this awesome TMNT Fan Site!

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