If you went back in time and asked the six-year-old version of me what the perfect New York apartment would look like, I’d probably describe something akin to this Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle-themed “Turtle Lair” in Tribeca, New York. Airbnb is currently offering TMNT fans a chance to stay at this kick-ass pad, and it’s jam-packed with tons of incredible amenities, including a TMNT arcade cabinet and a basketball court! The spot boasts three bedrooms, four bathrooms and even free pizza delivery. Read more after the break…

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We’re only a few weeks out from the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film and since Michael Bay doesn’t do things low key, they decided to hold the world premiere at Madison Square Garden.

Not only was the cast on hand, but Vanilla Ice did a live performance of “Go Ninja, Go Ninja Go!” complete with ’90s Turtles dancers. Soak up the nostalgia in the video below. [click to continue…]


NECA will be debuting a new collection of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle action figures this summer at the San Diego Comic-Con. The 7″ figures are a SDCC exclusive and are based on Konami’s awesome Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles arcade game that was released back in 1989.

The figures will come in two sets of four figures each. Check out more details, pics and a promo video below. [click to continue…]

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Look out! The S.H. Figuarts line is getting four brothers known as the The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Leonardo and Donatello are both available for order now (in Japan) and Raphael and Michelangelo should be listed by Friday.

The 6-inch figures are estimated for an August release and come with multiple portraits, weapons and accessories. They’re pretty cool, dude.

Check out more pics below.

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Back in August, we featured the sculpts of ThreeZero’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles figures designed by one of the original TMNT creators, Kevin Eastman.

Eastman unveiled a preview of the painted and accessorized figures in an interview with Clutter Magazine, and they look pretty fantastic if I do say so myself (click to enlarge). Plus, they’re going to be fully articulated.

(via Toyark)


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Not interested in another TMNT movie from Michael Bay and company? Too bad, it’s happening. On the plus side, the first full trailer does include appearances from Casey Jones (Arrow‘s Stephen Amell), Bebop and Rocksteady (who actually look pretty good).

I guess it looks fun. Not terrible at least. Check out the trailer below and let us know your thoughts.

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While Michael Bay’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle movies aren’t everyone’s cup of tea, they have helped keep the turtles in the limelight. ThreeZero is looking to tap into the nostalgia with a line of comic-inspired sixth-scale action figures and they’ve brought Kevin Eastman, one of the original TMNT creators, on board to help.

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The Ninja Turtles take their names from famous Renaissance painters and now graffiti artist Owen Dippie has flipped the script. Duppie hails from New Zealand and created this tribute in Bushwick, Brooklyn by a set of train tracks.

See the Instagram posts after the break.

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Mondo is known for making incredible posters, but they’ve been moving into the figure market in a big way. On that note, they’ve announced a range of 11″ tall 1/6 scale Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles figures based on their run in Mirage Comics. The first figure is Leonardo with katanas and complete articulation. He also has a second headsculpt with a blue mask. He’s wearing red here because they all wore red in the original comics.

He’ll be on sale along at SDCC (pricing has yet to be announced), with a wide release featuring the rest of the Turtles occurring sometime after the convention.

(USA Today via io9)