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These TMNT statues from Good Smile Company are totally radical

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are in the limelight again, thanks to the awesome Nickelodeon show, and that godawful, Megan Fox-dominated movie (yeah, I watched it). They're everywhere! And seeing them again brings back all of the warm and fuzzy memories of my youth from playing with the turtle toys, suffering through the incredibly difficult NES games, and watching the totally tubular TV show.

To celebrate the green fighting machines, the Good Smile Company is putting out four amazing statues based on the artwork of James Jean. As of now, only the Leonardo statue is final, and it will be available for pre-order in November. The other three bros will come out sometime in 2015, but those who attended New York Comic Con got a sneak peek at the uncolored ninjas (check out the pic below). There is no price point yet--though I'm sure it will be substantial. How much would you put down for one of these sweet sculptures?

Here's all of the Heroes in a Half Shell:

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