TMNT lineup is turtle-riffic--again.

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The latest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles lineup from Playmates Toys is sure to generate plenty of excitement this holiday season. After all, why should this year be any different?

The Giant Leonardo Playset ($99.99), a 24" articulated Leonardo Ninja Turtle action figure transforms into a complete Sewer Lair Playset, with more than 30 features, including spring activated surprises, false floors, and a skate park. There are nine different rooms for endless play: Turtles' Living Room, Splinter's Meditation Room, Skate Park Half-Pipe, Mikey's Pad, Turtles' Dojo, Street Level Lookout Tower, Donnie's Workshop, Computer Lab, and Turtles' Jail. Giant Leonardo also has an 18" signature Katana sword--and the set is compatible with most Turtles basic action figures (sold separately).

Ninja Control Leonardo ($59.99) is on the move thanks to an easy-to-use, multidirectional remote control. With infinite spinning and slicing combinations, the 13" Leo figure will slash his katana as he moves around in every direction, all while shouting out his signature phrases. Kids also can send Leo into one of three preprogrammed ninja combat routines.

With the new Half Shell Heroes Mutation Vehicles ($17.99 each)--designed specifically for preschoolers with features that work with younger hands--youngsters can enjoy two vehicles in one. With an easy flip transformation, young Turtle fans can change the vehicle their Turtle is driving into an all new vehicle to sneak up on the Shredder. Each vehicle includes a 2.5" action figure...

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