Michelangelo, the once lively and fun-loving Ninja Turtle, is now the last of his family. Thrust into a sad and violent New York, the Last Ronin is out for revenge against the forces that killed his brothers and friends. In true retro fashion, Playmates has created an action figure capturing the dark look of the hero as he appears in the IDW comic book.
Previews has opened up pre-orders for the exclusive Playmates figure. The Ronin is priced at $29.99 and can be ordered up until March 14th. He is due to end his journey to your home on September 28th, 2022.
Previews is also producing a chase figure that will be randomly packed in with orders. This version is done in all white with a black wash to define the figures’ lines. This variant makes the Last Ronin look a bit more distinguished.
This meticulously detailed, authentically decorated, and highly poseable figure stands 4.5″ tall and features 14 points of articulation to recreate your favorite scenes. Don’s bo staff, Mikey’s nunchaku, Raph’s twin sai, and both of Leo’s katanas, one with a broken blade, are included as accessories, along with a grappling hook and rope that fasten to his accessory belt. With a limited black-and-white chase to hunt, this is a figure that collectors won’t want to miss!
The Last Ronin comic can be picked up in print and Kindle form over at Amazon. The book is a product of the Turtles’ creators, Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird. We last covered this version of Mickey when he showed up in this tear-jerking statue from PCS via Sideshow Collectibles.
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