Toys

Review: Half Shell Heroes Dinos and Turtles and "Blast into the Past" Special

 

Last week we shared the review for “Blast into the Past” A big Golden Book.  It’s based on the new Nickelodeon Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Special.  This week, we’re bringing our focus back there, as “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Blast into the Past” airs on TV for it’s first time on November 22nd.  This review brings us right to the heart of the special, Playmates Toys.  Inspired by the Half Shell Heroes toys, here is my review of the 2pack sets of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Dinos.

Video Review: POP Vinyls April, Bebop, Rocksteady and a Foot Soldier

 

Video Review: TMNT Uno

 

Video Review: Fugitoid, Lord Dregg and Mozar by Playmates Toys

 

Review: "Blast to the Past" a Big Golden Book

Back in the day the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles toys inspired characters that appeared in the original TMNT cartoon from Groundchuck, Dirtbag to Chrome Dome.  Other times ideas for the Turtles spread from the toys to both the cartoon and archie comics, mainly the Cyber Turtles.  Though this is the first time ever where the toys inspired a full TV Special that is even getting books.  Inspired by the Half Shell Heroes line of Ninja Turtle toys, we get “Blast to the Past”, which also uses the old Cave Turtles and Dino toys, for designs and storyline for this TMNT adventure.  Here is my review of the

Video Review: Dimension X Turtles Action Figures

 

Video Review: Half Shell Heroes TMNT Lair Playset with Michelangelo and Splinter

 

Snap Review: Max Mini Hauler

 

Video Review: TMNT Talking T-Machines

 

Review: TMNT Finger Nail pressions

 

Many years I went with people picking on me.  Telling me that I was a fan of something made for boys.  As a kid, it was not seen normal for a girl to like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.  While I took the name Turtle Girl with pride, others tried to use it as an insult.  I could not understand how something could be labeled girls or boys.  When the internet came around most of the TMNT fans were female, which is when I realized that I was not alone.  Now it’s refreshing to see TMNT items made for girls.  Here’s one of those items, that is for young girls.  These are Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles finger nail pressions by Alex Brand.

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