NECA - TMNT - IDW Comics The Last Ronin Armored Ultimate 7" Action Figure

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NECA - TMNT - IDW Comics The Last Ronin Armored Ultimate 7" Action Figure

NECA - TMNT - IDW Comics The Last Ronin Armored Ultimate 7" Action Figure

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The unarmored figure comes with two more somber portraits and the same two bandana pieces. The nice thing is if you get both, the four heads swap between the two figures and the two more somber portraits fit in the hood and the angry heads look great on the unarmored version. The turtles, once unified and vibrant, are replaced with a solitary figure grappling with the weight of loss. This exclusive Funko Pop! figure beautifully captures the intricacies of his character, from the worn-out weapons of his brothers to the steely determination in his eyes. Mind you, if The Last Ronin were simply dark for the sake of being dark, it might not be a story worth adapting. We’ve seen plenty of games about lone protagonists cutting a wide swath of destruction as they seek to right a terrible wrong. Fortunately, there’s an undercurrent of hope and optimism to the series that offsets the grim and gritty elements. The Ronin’s character arc is less about whether he achieves his goal than it is learning to hope again and find reasons to live. That’s the arc we hope to see play out in the game adaptation. The sword is different between the two figures because it gets damaged as part of the story. It’s also got fantastic metallic paints and a nice wash on the handle.

It’s a miniature tribute to the enduring spirit of the Turtles, a symbol of resilience in the face of overwhelming odds. In summary, “The Last Ronin” is a riveting, beautifully rendered addition to the TMNT franchise, perfect for those craving depth and drama from their comic adventures.

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Custom-made 6″ figure depicting the Last Ronin from the upcoming IDW series. Created by re-purposing pieces of existing figures, extensive modding, sculpting, and repainting. We won’t spoil the identity of the titular Last Ronin here. That reveal is a major part of the first issue of the series, and we assume the game will make a big deal out of revealing which of the four characters survives this hellish future. But if you want to know, we’ve got a full breakdown of the first issue of The Last Ronin. Wielding the shattered remnants of his fallen brothers’ weapons, he stands as an enigma, shrouding his identity in mystery. The Last Ronin is almost surely going to be a very different experience from any Turtles game that has come before, and that’s exactly what has me so excited. This tale is a perfect choice for an ambitious, story-heavy action game. We just hope the developer in question can pull it off.

Nor is the Ronin entirely alone in his quest. April O’Neil is still alive in this future timeline, and she’s joined by her daughter Casey Marie (named after her late father, Casey Jones). Casey is a budding ninja herself (having read Master Splinter’s books for guidance). While there’s no indication whether she’s in the game, it’s possible Casey could become a secondary playable character in the game. In another nod to 2016’s God of War, Casey could even be the Atreus figure - a semi-playable companion character who joins the Ronin on his quest. The NECA Last Ronin figures on the other hand are bonafide masterpieces. Full and accurate encapsulation of the art from the books, fully functional accessories, and logical proportions. The topless figure beautifully captures the wear and sadness of the character. The figures are essentially flawless. The only “flaw” I can force myself to see, is that the topless figure still has the bottom parts of the tunic. The flaps are obviously part of the tunic, not karuta haidate, so they really shouldn’t be there. Outside of that, FLAWLESS.

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The unarmored version comes with three sets of hands (fists, grip and open), a pointy hand, Splinter’s diary, a sai, a broken katana, four knives, nunchaku, two heads (closed mouth, slightly open mouth), a metal tonfa, and a futuristic mouser. Inspired by Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Last Ronin, this incredible statue captures the determination and resolve of the last surviving member of the TMNT, Michelangelo, in a bleak alternate future ruled by the Foot Clan. The Last Ronin Statue – Supreme Edition measures 23.5” tall as Michelangelo stalks the sewers in pursuit of his enemies, guided by the ghosts of his brothers. A highly detailed environment base puts the turtle in his native element, with grimy water flowing around rust-colored pipes deep beneath the Foot Clan-controlled city. The statue includes four weapon proximity pieces that can be placed anywhere along the base for an added storytelling element, representing the arsenals of Michelangelo’s fallen brothers as well as his own: a sai, a broken bo staff, a shattered sword, and nunchaku.

Don’t miss out on this stellar journey – just remember to hold the pizza and grab a box of tissues instead! Both figures come with a grip of stuff. Armored has a katana with sheathe, sai, nunchakus, bo, four ninja stars, a grenade, goggles, removeable hood, claw on a rope, two heads (yelling and gritted teeth), two removeable bandana parts, three sets of hands (fists, grip, and open) and a tonfa. If you’ve been swept up by the tidal wave of The Last Ronin’s riveting story, this Funko Pop! figure is a must-have addition to your collection. Splinter’s diary has nice detail, and I especially like the leathery texture on the cover, but to fit it in the hand, I had to really heat and stretch the hand open.It’s easy to see where the God of War influence may come into play. Kratos tends to wield multiple weapon types in those games, with the tone of combat changing dramatically depending on whether Kratos is wielding his trademark Blades of Chaos, his Leviathan war ax or one of the other mystical weapons in his arsenal. The Last Ronin could follow that formula and allow players to switch between these four weapons on the fly. Inspired by Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Last Ronin, this incredible statue captures the determination and resolve of the last surviving member of the TMNT, Michelangelo, in a bleak alternate future ruled by the Foot Clan. The Last Ronin Statue measures 20.5” tall as Michelangelo stalks the sewers in pursuit of his enemies. A highly detailed environment base puts the turtle in his native element, with grimy water flowing around rust-colored pipes deep beneath the Foot Clan-controlled city. The statue includes four weapon proximity pieces that can be placed anywhere along the base for an added storytelling element, representing the arsenals of his fallen brothers as well as his own: a sai, a broken bo staff, a shattered sword, and nunchaku. But some games, like 2016’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan, really lean into the differences between the Turtles. Each character in that game has a unique ninjutsu style and special moves, and players are able to switch between Turtles at will.

Sculpting on both of these figures is so great and capture the spirit of the comic perfectly. The level of detail and beautiful textures are highlighted with great washes. There was a lot of attention to detail paid on this figure and even the soles of the feet have a texture similar to how it was drawn in the comics. The figures share a lot of parts with the same lower body. These guys have a really great bulk to them and at around 6.5 inches, I was initially unsure of the scale. Part of that is because I hadn’t read the book and in that they explain he’s continued to grow and mutate, so he’s larger than the turtles usually are. Then there are the NECA versions of The Last Ronin! While being a diehard Turtle Fan and likely getting both. I definitely favor NECA. The NECA Figures have pretty much been the epitome of TMNT figures since 2008 or 2009. They are beautifully detailed plus they are incredibly articulate which makes for incredible posing. NECA will have two figures, one in full garb and a topless version. While no release date or concise pictures of the accessories were provided, Trevor Zammit let it be known that all the accessories are ideally being designed to fit on the character as it does in the comic.Several types of goods are exempt from being returned; perishable goods such as food, flowers, newspapers or magazines cannot be returned. We also do not accept products that are intimate or sanitary goods, hazardous materials, or flammable liquids or gases. Sideshow and Premium Collectibles Studiopresent the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Last Ronin 1:4 Scale Statue.



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