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TMNT ReAction Wave 3 Figures From Super7

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From Super7, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are joining the ReAction retro figure line. Based on the classic animated series, each TMNT ReAction figure stands 3.75 inches tall and features five points of articulation. Wave three includes figures of Space Cadet Raphael, Undercover Donatello, Baxter Stockman, April O'Neil, Splinter and Krang. You can pre-order these from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com.














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Not my thing, but seeing these figures, I almost wish they were. I wasn't sure what to think when they started this whole retro figure craze back in the day, but it's really amazing the kind of variety they can get out of 3.75" and 5 poa.

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4 hours ago, MutantEquality said:

Huh. Some of the worst figures I have ever seen. Wow. Worthless really. That April 🤮 

I sadly agree, these look down right deplorable, I don't personally understand why someone would buy these except to keep on card, the mark up on these is stupid, 20 bucks for these, they look like customs some guy made in a basement, or a knock off, I get why some people like them (being non toy collectors who just have odds and ends and are party favors or w/e), but for the price it makes no sense, buy something that looks way better for 20 bucks it's stupid, it's not like if you are such a nostalgia fiend these figures ever looked like this back in the 90's , they always look so lazy it hurts, and April.. woof , looks like a guy named chester


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If always loved this line. There's  just something about the simplicity of them. Kinda the less is.more apprach, not to mention the nostalgic aspect. Although TMNT is a wierd choice for this format, these dont look bad.  I used to collect them more heavily when Funko did.them since they were cheaper and easier to find. Now I only sparaticly get them.

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I agree that simplicity or minimalism are the keys with ReAction, there were examples in which Funko and Super7 knew how to transfer that to the figures and achieve a simple but nice looking aesthetic, but I feel that here they simply are not achieving it and then you got that price that may seem too much...like I said love 'em or hate 'em.

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I’m going to have to move some things around in my Turtle collection soon in order to figure out how to display all these as they keep coming

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