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90500
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Don the Wizard "Live Action Role Play"

Summary

With a pointed bed sheet hat, robe decorated with stars, neck medallion and a glowing ornament on his bo staff, Donnie is "The Magnificent Wizard", ready to cast spells in the Turtles' imaginary game.  But Donnie is shocked to find out all the Turtles have been transported by an evil wizard to complete his maze.  After discovering the princess that needs rescuing is April, Donnie is motivated more than ever to defeat the maze and rescue her.

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Don the Wizard "Live Action Role Play"
 
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4.0

Donatello To The Rescue!

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from Pittsburgh, PA

Pros

  • Cool wizard staff
  • Nicely detailed
  • Part of a series
  • Positionable arms and legs

Cons

  • Accessories can get lost
  • Ages 4+

Best Uses

  • Imagination toy

Comments about Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Don the Wizard "Live Action Role Play":

Who is behind that mask and wrapped in a wizards cloak? If you said it was Donatello from the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles you'd be correct. This version is packaged with the "Don The Wizard" title instead of the more formal and original moniker given to him by Splinter. Since I love all things medieval I bought this figure first; I had no intention of buying the others but when I would see them in stores I couldn't pass them up. "Don The Wizard" has an extremely nice looking cloak that's accented with stars and potion bags. There's a crescent moon on his wizard hat and he comes with long crystal-tipped staff. When you have him holding this it can make him a little more vulnerable to tipping over when compared to the other characters but if you have the staff touching the table (or wherever he is being played with) it provides a little more stability. I have only had the chance to see about half of the episodes that inspired this series of figures but I have to admit it, the figures are completely true to their animated versions. Even though it's hard for me to call him "Don The Wizard" instead of Donatello he remains one of my favorite characters in this series. If you like the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles or have kids that love the newer versions, this series is well worth checking out.

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