He received the TMNT Battle Shell Leonardo along with Shredder's underwater thug and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle adversary Fishface! The blister packed toys were easy to remove from the packaging and the cardboard and plastic separated up nicely for recycling.
The figures stand at around 5" high and are fully articulated with more than 12 points of articulation. They are highly detailed and perfectly replicate the TV characters . They stand up well, which I think is an important feature. Freddy gets very frustrated when he can't stand up his action figures ready for battle! He loved the look of his new toys and was ready and eager to test them out right away.
The Battle Shell Leonardo comes with two long swords that fit into scabbards attached to his shell. The shell itself opens up to reveal some secondary weaponry, a dagger and two Ninja throwing stars. Leonardo's hands grip really well, as he keeps the streets of NY city safe armed with his signature weapons. Freddy did find opening the shell a bit tricky with his little fingers, but it opens simply by pulling which is a knack I'm sure he'll master.
Fishface is a fantastic mutant fish villain with his sharp venomous toothed jaws, water-breathing rig and his robotic legs. He is no fish out of water when it comes to being the turtles most cutthroat enemy! He has a big sword and a small dagger that fit well into into hands. Freddy loves having both heroes and villains in order to play the most imaginative games of good versus evil!
The action figures are really well made with great attention to detail. They are sturdy and robust for battle action. Freddy is one of those children who loves to make toys fight and really puts the workmanship to the test as he bashes them around in his games of goodies vs baddies! He really enjoyed playing as Leonardo whilst his dad played Fishface. The toys stood up very well to the Freddy's enthusiastic playtime as they practiced the ancient art of Ninjutsu and displayed their Turtle Power!
The action figures cost £9.99 each, are suitable for children aged 4 and up and can be found at Argos, Amazon and other good toy retailers. They are part of a range of characters and vehicles made in celebration of this iconic kids' show. I think it's great that the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are back in all their pizza eating, Nunchuck throwing, Ninja fighting glory. It's great to see Freddy enjoying them as much as his big brother did when he was his age.
Freddy was so impressed with his new TMNT toys that he has taken them into school for Show and Tell today. That shows just how great he thinks these new action figures are!