Alright guys, here's a closer look at the packaging, the figures out of box, and scale. The packaging is near identical to the 2012 series aside from the graphics and bio of course. On the back of the Turtles' cards there are little bios for the 4 brothers. On the back of villains' and every other good guy aside from the turtles cards, is a bio for them. Basically, all the turtles have the same card and every one else share a different one. Raphael has all the same articulation as the last batch of turtles with one notable difference being the ankles. Meat Sweats has similar articulation from the waist up, but the legs only have the swivel hinges at the pelvis. Meat Sweats also has a decent paint job but just like the last series lacks any paint on the back. Raphael has about what you'd expect. Also, just like last series, the villain is WAY undersized. He looked so much bigger in the package! Raphael is taller than he used to be, but I don't think he's as big as he's supposed to be either. Both figures came with a decent amount of accessories; Raphael comes with his tonfa, ninja stars, and 'magic effect' tonfa; Meat Sweats comes with a meat tenderizer and an alternate right hand that's all messed up! Overall, if you were collecting the last series of turtle figs, you know what to expect with these.
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