TMNT’s The Last Ronin story continues to get more collectibles. Michelangelo’s journey to avenge his fallen brothers will receive another high-end statue from Premium Collectibles Studio.
The statue depicts Mikey running down a few M112 Mousers atop his motorcycle. The Last Ronin statue features interchangeable parts. The katana held in his right hand can be swapped out for a spinning nunchuck. Sadly, there are no LED effects.
“The collectible features two swap-out right arms holding his turtle tools of the trade: a katana formerly belonging to Leonardo and his own spinning nunchaku. With the sword in hand, the statue measures 21″ tall, and with the nunchaku, the statue measures 24.75″ tall. The piece also includes a removable sword handle for the sheath on his back when the sword arm is not on display.”
Only 500 of these 24.5″ tall statues are being made. If you’ve got a spare $1,350, you can pre-order the grim version of Michelangelo through Sideshow Collectibles. The expected release window is between September and November 2023.
This is the best version of The Last Ronin I’ve seen. Well, it should be at that price tag. If you’re looking for something more budget-friendly, try the Playmates and NECA versions of the TMNT character. However, if you want to spend more money, the tearjerker statue goes for $1,629.99.
“The Last Ronin also carries other tokens from his fallen brothers, like Donatello’s bo staff and Raphael’s sai. The Last Ronin Statue is completed with sculpted costuming details including his black domino mask and hood, weathered brown armor padding, and red goggles around his neck.”
The Last Ronin statue measures 24.5″ H x 15″ W x 26.5″ D.
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