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Kaiyodo Bringing Back TMNT Revoltech Figures

Japanese toy manufacturer Kaiyodo will be bringing back the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to their Revoltech line of action figures.

The posable TMNT figures are currently up for pre-order on Big Bad Toy Store (via. Toy News International). Only Leonardo and Donatello appear to be available at present, though the masked vigilantes are likely to be joined by their pizza loving brothers soon enough. You can see some images below.

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Standing 5.5 inches tall, each Revoltech turtle comes with his own signature weapon, interchangeable head and other attachable goodies. Also included is a decorative stand to suspend the half-shell heroes in some killer Ninja poses.

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Revoltechs are currently available for pre-order for $64.99, which is around £50.

Kaiydo’s Revoltech line extends a variety of posable action figures, featuring characters from a host of well-known franchises, including Metal Gear Solid, Star Wars, Transformers and Toy Story. 

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