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Funko debuts its TMNT: Mutant Mayhem lineup of figures

The lineup of collectible figures will be available starting today

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The TMNT: Mutant Mayhem logo surrounded by Funko POP! vinyl figures Image: Alice Newcome-Beill/Polygon | Source images: Funko, Paramount Pictures
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Funko has just launched a lineup of figures modeled after the characters in the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem animated film that’s launching on August 2. Naturally, the collection includes $12 vinyl Pop figures of Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael, and Donatello. In addition to the quartet of half-shell heroes, we’re also getting April O’Neil, Splinter, and Superfly figures.

The core four mutants will also be available as vinyl keychains ($5 each), which we’ve included an image of below. If you’re all in on Michelangelo, he’s available as a smaller Pocket Pop figurine bundled with his own T-shirt, costing $20. Pocket Pop versions of the rest of the squad are set to become available alongside their own T-shirts at a later date.

Scroll below to check out some galleries that give an up-close view of these cool, new figures.

Each character (with the exception of Splinter) is also getting their own Funko Soda figure, complete with a rare, chase version. The chase figures for April and Superfly get a shiny finish, but the rarified versions for Leo, Mikey, Raph, and Donnie have a translucent, glow-in-the-dark treatment. Each Funko Soda package is priced at $15, and has a 1 in 6 chance to contain the rare version of the advertised figure.

Besides the usual four-inch figures, Funko is also launching a collection of 12 blind box vinyl figures of the characters from the classic 1987 TMNT cartoon, priced at $7 each.

Update (June 29): Updated product cards with additional links to GameStop.

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