So you bought those some of the new LEGO TMNT sets and now that they’ve run around the streets and sewers you want to make them into something else. We’ll LEGO has given us the answer; An alternate build for each and every current set. You can check them out below, and download the instructions as well.
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According to the LEGO site, The first wave of the much anticipated Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will be released on December 17th. One Day before the Shipping Deadline to get your Order in time for Christmas. So if you really must have some Turtles for Christmas, be sure you order on the 17th.
It’s that time of Year, where Pictures many of the upcoming 2013 sets are starting to be released. It all began with the Arkham Asylum, and the TMNT and has expanded for the Star Wars, Super Heroes, Legends of Chima, Technic and City Themes. We’ve rounded up what photos are currently available here for your perusing. click on the images for full size pictures. 2013 Ninjago: Continue Reading
In a press release and at an unveiling at the NEW YORK Comic Con, Lego announce today that it it has acquired a licence for and will begin selling LEGO sets based on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT) Cartoon Series form Nickelodeon.
The LEGO Group, makers of the world’s leading construction toys, and Nickelodeon, one of the world’s leading entertainment brands for kids, announced today an expansion of their global partnership to develop construction toys inspired by the recently launched CG-animated Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles television series. The collection is slated to launch in North America and the UK in January 2013 and will roll out in global markets later in the year.
I was never into the original TMNT series, but many were and when Nickelodeon estimates viewership of the new series at 12 million for the premier episode, I tend to think there are many new fans, who will be extremely willing to spend their [mom’s and dad’s] money on the new sets, And some turtles:
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