The first I heard of them is when I saw them all neatly lined up on the shelf of my local Entertainer.
The turtles are a good fit with Lego in my opinion. It fits in with their others sets like Star Wars and Batman, which have the advantage that both the kids and mum and dad have grown up with the franchise already.
Case being I grew up watching the Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles first time around on CBBC after school on Thursdays, and now my boys are watching the latest revamped version over on Nickelodeon weekend mornings.
There are 5 different sets to collect.
LEGO Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle product range:
- RRP £9.99 – Kraang’s Lab Escape
- RRP £19.99 – Stealth Shell in Pursuit
- RRP £24.99 – Shredder’s Dragon Bike
- RRP £49.99 – Turtle Lair Attack
- RRP £59.99 – Shellraiser Street Chase
I love the look of the Shellraiser Street Chase and Turtle Attack Lair, they would be my top two picks. The Turtle Attack Lair is exactly the kind of Lego set my boys love playing with, in the same vein as the Batcave set.
It’s open plan, got lots of different levels, and tons of bits and bobs to do inside.
However I’ll have to add Shredder’s Dragon Bike to my wish list as then you’d have all the turtles, Splinter and Shredder. Hey, what about Krang? Ok, We’ll have to get that one too! Yes it looks like another big Lego collection is happening
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