Monday, December 10, 2018

Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Leonardo & Donatello Holiday Gift Guide 2018

Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reimagines the characters in a fresh new way, featuring jagged-shelled Raphael as a snapping turtle, wielding twin tonfas as his weapons; Leonardo as a red-eared slider, using a ┼Źdachi sword; Donatello as a soft-shell turtle, sporting a Tech Bo- Staff; and Michelangelo as a box turtle, arming himself with a kusari-fundo.

In this new incarnation of the popular brand, Raphael is now the Turtles' leader oldest and biggest of the brothers, full of enthusiasm and bravado; Leonardo is the self-professed "coolest" brother, possessing irreverent charm and a rebel heart; Donatello is the mechanical genius and tech wizard whose ninja skills are second only to his coding; and Michelangelo is the wild and imaginative skateboarder and artist. Along for the adventure is the Turtles’ most trusted ally, April O’Neil, a street-savvy native New Yorker, and Splinter, father figure and sensei to the Turtles. The series will debut on Nickelodeon in Fall 2018.

I got Leonardo The Trickster Leo is intelligent and quick-witted. He uses his super sharp skills to beat opponents, find shortcuts around obstacles and always knows a perfect time to land one of his many one-liners. Species: red-eared slider, Weapon: ┼Źdachi sword. For ages four and up.
Donatello The Tech Wiz, Donnie is the coolest tech was ever. Being a softshell turtle may be a drawback in the ninja world, but with his series of battle shells in transforming bo-staff, Donnie can take on any foe! Species: soft-shell turtle, Weapon: Tech Bo-Staff.
My Opinion: I remember these guys when I was a kid and my brother was a big fan used to watch the cartoon all the time and collected some of the figurines. These are updated for the new generation of kids a little bit which is great for them to get to learn the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. They also make great Christmas gifts or birthday present for any child.
Where to Buy? Wal-Mart, Amazon, Target and more.

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