Shredder and Hamato Yoshi Faceoff In This TMNT Two-Pack From NECA

Thanks to Super Hero Hype, we could get a peek at the upcoming two-pack from the 1990 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle movie. This release, which may be the last connected to the original movie, features Oroku Saki (Shredder) and Hamato Yoshi.
During the midpoint of the original film, Splinter relays his origin story to a young wayward Danny:

“I, too, once had a family, Danny. Many years ago, I lived in Japan. A pet of my Master Yoshi, mimicking his movements from my cage and learning the mysterious art of Ninjitsu, for Yoshi was one of Japan’s finest shadow warriors. His only rival was a man named Oroku Saki. And they competed in all things, but one more fiercely than for the love of a woman, Tang Shen. Shen’s love was only for my master, and rather than see him fight Saki for her hand, she persuaded Yoshi to flee with me to America, but Saki vowed vengeance. I remember it well, as my master returned home to find his beloved Shen lying on the floor. And then he saw her killer. Saki wasted no words, and during the struggle, my cage was broken. I leapt to Saki’s face, biting and clawing, but he threw me to the floor and took one swipe with his katana, slicing my ear. Then he was gone, and I was alone.”

It’s not as lighthearted as the ’80s cartoon version but matched the original Mirage comic book.

NECAThe figures will be exclusive to Walmart. These two rivals haven’t shown up on Walmart’s site yet, but keep checking that link just in case. Walmart also lets resellers list items at jacked-up prices. So, try to grab these guys as quickly as possible.
NECA two-packs like these usually run around $50-$60.
Now NECA has gotten the 1990 TMNT film out of the way. What other characters from Secret of the Ooze would you like to see? Do you think we’ll see a Ninja Rap Vanilla Ice figure? Let us know in the comments.
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