Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Metals Die Cast Review (Jada Toys)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Metals Die Cast
What It Is

Donatello, the tech guru of the bunch is decked out in die-cast metal and incredibly detailed. Jada Toys has done an excellent job replicating Donny's 1987 animated series look--down to the "D" pendant on his belt and purple headband, elbow, and knee pads. Donatello even comes with his signature bo staff, so he's ready to face off with the Shredder, Krang, or their goons in the Foot Clan. Standing at four-inches tall, Donatello looks great and ready for action. Donatello's not the only turtle in the bunch to get the metal mold treatment. His brothers Leonardo, Michelangelo, and Raphael are also available to collect in both four- and six-inch versions (sold separately).

Is It Fun?
Although not as animated as the cartoon he's based on, the metallic Donatello looks awesome and has several posable features (mostly his arms and heads) to appear primed for battle at all times. Everyone will enjoy both re-enacting moments from the hit shows, comics, films, or just keeping Donatello on their shelves or desks for display purposes. The fine folks at Jada Toys put so much detail into Donatello it's uncanny to his look on the show, which fans will greatly appreciate.
Who It’s For
The four-inch Donatello model is sure to give any Ninja Turtles fans a shell of a time. The vivid interpretation from animation to action figure will put smiles on people's faces and make these excellent items look phenomenal wherever you choose to display them. While suggested for ages 8 and up, Donatello would also suit collectors' needs as well. 
What To Be Aware Of
Jada's die-cast Donatello comes with his signature bo staff and is a little heavy for his small stature. Donatello combines high-quality detail, is slightly posable, and stands at four-inches tall. There's also a six-inch version including samurai armor that's also available. You can also collect each Ninja Turtle in both the six-inch and four-inch sets (sold separately, of course). These unique installments from Jada Toys' Metal Die-Cast series designs are based on the original animated show from 1987. 
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    None or Very Easy