It’s Bebop, the skater punk warthog abomination created by the Shredder to fight against the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.  I actually owned the action figure of this guy as a kid and I had the rare one with the rubber head that always got filled up with bath water.  As I recall, a neighbor stole it.  Kids are chumps.

“Ninja, vanish!”

These guys were so awesome, especially in the cartoon series.  In the Ninja Turtles movie, the Foot Clan foot soldiers were represented as teenagers, so there was much less room for violence, but in the cartoon, they were represented as robot drones, so they were beheaded and thrown from buildings left and right.  That was back when animated violence meant something.  Now, a cartoon can’t sneeze without someone questioning what it represents from an ethical and developmental perspective.

This fellow, Krang, was supposed to be the end-boss enemy of the Ninja Turtles and a military general from another dimension.  What I never understood was why, since he’s just a disembodied brain, they didn’t just step on him.  That would have made perfect sense to me.

It’s Rocksteady, the other half of the nightmarish plans-gone-wrong duo of punk animal hybrids created by the Shredder, this one a rhinoceros.  In the second Ninja Turtles movie, they tried to recreate these two using some captured baby wild animals.  While popular with the fans at the time, the new characters were nowhere near as endearing or memorable as the original animated characters.

Considered by most to be the true nemesis of the Ninja Turtles, Shredder has a long-running history of violence and seeking revenge.  As an aside, the box for the original action figures told a story where a man had a pet mouse and, being exposed to ooze, was transformed in to a giant rat man thus driving him in to hiding and causing him to lose his love to his sworn enemy, that enemy being Shredder who had planned the “accident” that caused his transformation.  While the movie was good, this back story is far more compelling.

This particular skin even includes the generally forgotten dark purple cape.

The circle is complete.  Raphael, the edgy teen angst figure of the ninja turtles.

Crowd favorite here, it’s the ninja turtle Michelangelo!

Another shelled hero, Leonardo, leader of the ninja turtles.

Cowabunga!  It’s Donatello, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle!