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Mondo Reveals Awesome Michelangelo Figure

by Justin W

If you haven’t been paying attention, Mondo has been creating some pretty awesome Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles collectibles as of late. Their first TMNT toy, announced at SDCC 2014, was an adorable interpretation of Michelangelo holding one of his signature Ninja Turtles ice cream bars.

Since then, they have begun work on a set of collectible figures designed to look like the turtles from the original IDW comics. Of course, they’re also aware that quite a few fans prefer the original animated series over the comics, so each figure includes a head with a colored mask to go with the traditional red mask.


So far, Mondo has released a Leonardo and Donatello figure, with Mikey being their latest addition to the series. Each figure is priced at $149.99, which is actually a decent price when you consider everything that is included. Not only does each figure come with two separate heads, but they each come with their own special accessories as well.

Michelangelo’s figure comes with a variety of cool extras including a grappling hook, Triceraton blaster, and a pre-mutation baby Mikey figure. As if all these accessories weren’t enough, he also has interchangeable hands to support a variety of poses.


Of course, if you get your hands on one of the limited edition versions of Mikey, you’ll also get some pizza slice accessories for him to hold – perhaps the greatest accessory of all time. The Michelangelo figure will soon be available for pre-order on the Mondo store. You can also order the Leonardo and Donatello figures if you want to collect all four. Unfortunately, they haven’t released Raphael just yet, but you know that they’ll be releasing him soon!

What do you think? Will you be picking up this Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles collectible? Are you interested in the Leo and Donny figures as well? Let us know in the comments below.

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NUMBER ONE TMNT FAN November 14, 2015 - 10:13 am


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