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PCS’ TMNT animated Rocksteady statue up for pre-order

From the iconic Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon comes a massive statue from Pop Culture Shock of Shredder’s dimwitted goon, Rocksteady.

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When you think about classic Ninja Turtles characters, a few probably stand out. Yes, there’s Shredder and Krang, but Bebop and Rocksteady have to be right there as well. Those are pretty much the big four after all, and if you were a fan, they’re probably all favorites.

And now collectible-maker PCS has a pretty fantastic translation of one of those big bads, in the form of Rocksteady. Standing in at a monster 16″ tall, Rock has his classic looks, right down to his read boots.

The Rocksteady Statue measures 16” tall and 13” wide, packing some serious firepower as he charges into the fight against the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. This mutated street gang member is armed to the horns with weapons like a scoped blaster, a sword, a bandolier of ammunition, and several grenades. The Rocksteady Statue features a fully sculpted costume consisting of camouflage fatigues, a yellow muscle shirt, a green helmet, and red boots inspired by his first appearance in the classic animated series. Standing on a base of cracked flooring and rubble, this raging rhino is ready to shake up the streets with his signature strength and recklessness.


If you’d like to add Rocksteady to your own TMNT collection, the base version is priced in at $625 USD. He is up for pre-order right now, and will ship out in Q4, 2022. Oddly enough, there’s no edition size just yet. So we don’t know how tough he might be to get ahold of.

On the flip, we do know that the “EX Version” of the piece will be limited to 300 units. That’s the one that you see above, priced in at $650, with the included Robotic Unicycle. He’s probably known better as Roadkill Rodney to you.

About Jason Micciche

Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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