2023 NEW TMNT: The Last Ronin Funko Pop! Comic Cover #7

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Funko Pop! Comic Covers: The Last Ronin Funko Pop! Comic Cover Vinyl Figure #7 - Targert Exclusive (2023 release)

Funko Pop! Comic Covers – TMNT:  The Last Ronin Funko Pop! Comic Cover Vinyl Figure #7 – Target Con Exclusive (2023 release)

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Who says you can’t judge a book by its cover, or in this case, a Funko Pop by its epic comic book backdrop? The new Funko Pop! Comic Covers – TMNT: The Last Ronin Funko Pop! Comic Cover Vinyl Figure #7 – Target Con Exclusive (2023 release) is here to prove that sometimes, you can absolutely do just that, especially when it’s as rad as this shell-shocked ninja.

The Last Ronin Funko Pop! Comic Cover is coming soon! To get your hands on this Pop Vinyl Figure at its release, be sure to check out the links I’ve provided below – click to jump or keep scrolling for more details!

Unveiling the The Last Ronin Funko Pop! Comic Cover #7

Cowabunga, TMNT enthusiasts! The sewers of New York have unleashed something spectacular, and it’s not your average pizza party. Say hello to the newest member of the Funko family – The Last Ronin Funko Pop! Comic Cover Vinyl Figure #7 – Target Exclusive.

Standing fierce Michelangelo as The Last Ronin is a vinyl incarnation of resilience and raw turtle power.

Inspired by Kevin Eastman’s formidable artwork from the 2020 NYCC The Last Ronin Book 1 Convention Variant, this figure stands out in a crowd… of other, less ninja-like collectibles.

Clad in a battle-worn suit, reminiscent of his darkest days in New York’s dystopian future, Michelangelo, or Mikey to his buddies, is not here to play games (or eat pizza).

This vinyl warrior captures his grizzled determination, right down to the determined scowl and the black mask, now a symbol of his quest for retribution.

With his signature tonfa in hand and a backdrop that screams “epic saga,” this Funko Pop! isn’t just a piece of plastic; it’s the embodiment of the turtle power that’s been captivating imaginations for decades.

Grab your nunchucks and get ready to add some grit to your shelf with The Last Ronin, because this little guy is silently judging your mundane action figure lineup with his stoic, comic-accurate gaze.

The Target Con Exclusive The Last Ronin Funko Pop! Comic Cover can be pre-ordered at the links below (click to jump!)

Funko Pop! Comic Covers: The Last Ronin Funko Pop! Comic Cover Vinyl Figure #7 - Targert Exclusive (2023 release)

Funko Pop! Comic Covers: The Last Ronin Funko Pop! Comic Cover Vinyl Figure #7 - Targert Exclusive (2023 release)

Beyond the Sewers: A TMNT Dark Adventure

“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Last Ronin” stands out like a ninja in Times Square. Not every day you see a pizza-loving, nunchuck-wielding turtle turn into a dark avenger.

This series, a brainchild of Kevin Eastman and Tom Waltz, based on an original concept by Eastman and Peter Laird, is a bold leap from the light-hearted roots of TMNT.

Michelangelo, the fun-loving youngest brother, is now the last standing turtle in a dystopian New York.

This choice alone is a masterstroke of storytelling. Michelangelo, traditionally the comic relief, stepped into the worn shoes of a battle-hardened warrior.

It’s like casting the class clown in the role of Hamlet – unexpected yet utterly captivating.

This series paints a New York under the iron fist of Oroku Hiroto, the Shredder’s grandson. Think less ‘city that never sleeps’ and more ‘city under a totalitarian bedtime.’

Michelangelo navigates this high-security New York with a singular goal: to avenge his fallen brothers. His journey isn’t just a physical brawl through the city but a psychological battle haunted by his brothers’ memories.

The Escorza brothers and Ben Bishop bring this gritty narrative to life with their art, contrasting the bleak present with sepia-toned flashbacks.

These flashbacks are crucial; they don’t just narrate the fall of the turtles but breathe life into their past, a homage to the original Mirage comics’ style.

Including April O’Neil and her daughter, Casey Marie Jones, adds layers to the story. April, far from just being a friend of the turtles, is now integral to the resistance against the Foot Clan.

Her daughter, Casey Marie, represents the next generation of fighters, embodying the spirit of the turtles’ legacy.

The story’s climax, a showdown between Michelangelo and Hiroto, is more than a battle. It’s a collision of ideologies, a final stand of the old guard against the ruthless new.

The aftermath, with Casey Marie training a new generation of mutant turtles, isn’t just a conclusion. It’s a promise that the spirit of the turtles lives on, evolving yet constant.

What makes “The Last Ronin” stand out in the TMNT universe is its willingness to explore the darker corners of heroism.

It’s not only about good vs. evil; it’s about the cost of war, the weight of legacy, and the struggle to find hope in despair. Michelangelo’s transformation from the carefree skateboarder to the battle-scarred Ronin is a narrative arc that resonates with anyone who has faced the harsh realities of life.

Funko Pop! Comic Covers – TMNT:  The Last Ronin Funko Pop! Comic Cover Vinyl Figure #7 – Target Con Exclusive (2023 release)

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