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Die-Cast Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Figures by Jada Toys Out Now

Toy company Jada Toys Inc. have announced that the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will be next to grace their licensed Metals line of figures (via. Toy Newsi). The half-shell heroes Leonardo, Donatello, Michelangelo and Raphael all come with their own removable accessories, and will each be made from die-cast metal to give a weighty quality to the team’s crime-fighting antics.

Some pictures were released by the company (via. Action Figures Daily), showing the pizza-chomping vigilantes in action. Each brandishing their respective weapons, each figure stands 4 inches tall, and sports a positively eye-popping paint job. You can see the images below.

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If the classic Turtles look isn’t doing it for you, a special Leonardo figure was also revealed, featuring the valiant dual-wielder decked out in some snap-on Samurai armour. This figure stands 6 inches tall, and also comes with the character’s signature swords.

TMNT Samurai

The figures are available to buy now, and can be found at Entertainment Earth and Big Bad Toy Store.

Jada Toys is known for their production of die-cast figures and vehicles, many of which are based on popular movies and TV shows such as Jurassic World, Fast and Furious and Disney. Their previous licensed products include die-cast figures for Deadpool, Ghostbusters and the Batmobile from Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. For more information, you can check out the company’s website here.

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