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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Five Inch Action Figures

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The Ninja Turtles   These are all four of the original Ninja Turtle action figures from 1988. They are Michelangelo, Donatello, Raphael, and Leonardo. When these first came out, I was excited because I had been watching the cartoon and now could play with toys based on all of the Ninja Turtles. Donatello is the best one because he's the smartest.
Super Shredder and Krang   These two figures are of course the evil Krang and the villain Super Shredder. Krang is missing something, but I don't remember what and Shredder is not the same as he looked like in the animated series. I always liked Krang because he was a cool concept that was never translated into the feature film series.
Bebop and Rocksteady   These two figures are of Bebop and Rocksteady, who were directly controlled by Shredder. They were the ones that always had to do an integral part of Shredder's plan, but ended up always getting their butts kicked by the Ninja Turtles. They were pretty funny to watch, though, because they were so stupid.
Splinter and April O'Neill Everyone who knows the Ninja Turtles should also know these two characters. They are Splinter, the fearless, faithful rat who led the Ninja Turtles and trained them, and also Reporter April O'Neill, who was one of the first human friends that the Ninja Turtles had. Splinter was always cool because he was a wise, old rat that could fight.
Ace Duck, Panda Khan, and Slash   I am actually puzzled as to why I have these three action figures. They are Ace Duck, Panda Khan, and Slash. I probably got Ace Duck because I liked ducks back then or something, and I probably got Panda Khan because he looked pretty cool dressed as a samurai. I have no idea about Slash, but he looks interesting.