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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Toys & Collectibles

Discover the ultimate Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles haven at Eternia Dreams! We've got your TMNT cravings covered with a rad collection of toys and collectibles straight from the sewers. Whether you're a seasoned collector or just getting started, our shelves are packed with all things Turtles – from classic action figures to exclusive finds. Join us in celebrating the heroes in a half shell, and let Eternia Dreams be your go-to spot for Turtle Power fun. Cowabunga, collectors – dive into the nostalgia with us!

The Toy Timeline









In 1984, Peter Laird and Kevin Eastman created a 40-page black and white comic that birthed the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The edgy original style featured uniform green Turtles with red bandanas, making it challenging to differentiate them, except by their distinct weapons. 1988 marked a crucial point in their evolution.

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles conquered American TV, securing the #1 spot for an unprecedented 5 years. The show, tailored for a younger audience, showcased a lighter, friendlier Turtle look. In 1988, their action figures hit shelves, instantly becoming "mean green selling machines!" Each Turtle had a unique bandana color, name-initial belt buckle, and distinct personalities that captivated kids.

Playmates Toys introduced Movie Star Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles figures, capturing the live-action appearance from "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: Secret of the Ooze." These figures, crafted from a softer material, mirrored the film's animatronic costumes.

In the live-action TV series "Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation," Leonardo wielded a double-bladed katana, and his figures were notably larger, emphasizing his power and authority. The series also introduced Venus de Milo, the fifth "girl turtle."

In their animated comeback, the Ninja Turtles showcased a stronger family bond with a darker tone, closer to the original comics. The 2003 series introduced magical powers, and among the Turtles, conflicts arose: Leonardo and Raphael clashed, Michelangelo sought fame, and Donatello took his inventions seriously.

In 2005, Playmates Toys requested a lighter direction for the 2003 TV Series, leading to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fast Forward—a futuristic storyline. Cody Jones, great-grandson of April and Casey, brings the Turtles to 2105, participating in adventures and learning ninjutsu from Leonardo and the others.

In 2012, Nickelodeon brought the Ninja Turtles back to TV with a modern anime style. The show quickly became a top-rated favorite for young boys, maintaining the Turtles' iconic bandanas and distinct personalities while offering a unique homage to the original comics.

In 2014, the Turtles made a big-screen comeback in a live-action/CG film, featuring a larger, more human-turtle hybrid appearance. The film resonated with both kids and adults, tapping into nostalgia for the beloved 1980s TV show, films, and toy lines. The success was largely attributed to a generational affection for the Turtles characters.

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