Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Art Scale Statue 1/10 Raphael 21 cm
Minifigures Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
With fury on his face, the moody Chelonian hero walks over a rusty pipe network leaking a green and viscous liquid similar to the chemical substance that transformed him and his brothers, with the robotic remains of one of his enemy's agents fallen beneath his feet. With a pair of Sai Daggers and distinguished by his red mask, Iron Studios presents the "Raphael BDS - TMNT - Art Scale 1/10" statue, featuring the group's sarcastic and cocky anti-hero, called Raph by his brothers and friends, often grumpy, he rarely keeps his most extreme emotions left. The second oldest among his brothers, his name is inspired by the sixteenth century Italian painter Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino.
Hidden from society, jumping from skyscraper roofs or sneaking in New York's sewer galleries, four young brothers wage a tireless battle against evil in all its forms, defending the city against the threat of petty criminals and facing an ancestral ninja clan corrupted by crime and even stopping alien invasions, always hidden from public knowledge. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT), created in the comics by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird, became a huge success in the 1980s, expanding into a multimedia franchise and capturing a legion of fans worldwide. Formed by four young mutant turtles with human-like features, genetically altered by a viscous substance called Mutagen or Ooze, the brothers, members of the group, were given their father figure and Master Sensei in the form of an anthropomorphic rat named Splinter, who christened them with the name in Italian Renaissance artists. In New York City, their home and base of operations is on the network of sewers where they remain hidden during the day and only come out for their missions at night. Their greatest archenemy is Shredder, the leader of the criminal ninja group known as the Foot Clan.
Size: 21 x 16 x 19 cm
Expected delivery date is currently January 2023