NECA Toys Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Fugitoid (Mirage Comics) Figure Review


NECA expands their Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles line with Fugitoid, a character that was first introduced in Mirage Comics by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird. Fugitoid is an android, with the mind of Professor Honeycutt, who was a scientist from another world, and became trapped inside his android creation SAL. If you missed him during the Haulathon event, you have another chance to obtain this figure at the online retailers mentioned below. Fugitoid is priced at $37.99 and expected to ship in Q3, 2022.



Thank you to NECA for sending along their Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Fugitoid figure for review. 

Availability: Haulathon; May 2022

Fugitoid is packaged in a window with artwork inspired from the Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird comic series published by Mirage Comics, including artwork and images of the character and figure.

Fugitoid gets his debut figure in NECA’s popular line and based on his appearance in the classic Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic book series of the 1980’s, which launched this great franchise and spread out to animated series, live-action films, video games, additional comic books and a ton of merchandise since then.

The sculpt is truly impressive, and is mostly smooth with some sculpted grooves on the neck, arms, chest, fingers, and legs that are painted in black. The grooves add definition and are visually also appealing to the overall deign. The deco on this figure is also stellar, especially the shading and comic-inspired details. This is mostly noticeable on the chest, back, forearms, hips, feet and head, and also makes the figure visually much more appearing.

The head sculpt is phenomenal, with the sculpted yellow eyes, robotic ears, and sculpted mouth, all matches the source material nicely and I couldn’t ask for a better Fugitoid figure.

The articulation is more limited compared to other figures in this line, but makes up for the bendy arms and legs. The rest of the articulation includes a ball jointed head, swivel shoulders, swivel wrists, ball jointed torso, and swivel hips.

Included are a handful of accessories that fans are going to love, including three sets of interchangeable hands with the fingers sculpted in different positions (two are open grip, one more tentacles fingers), two pistols that are sculpted differently, a large blaster, Triceraton blaster, a Triceraton cuff that only one of his wrists can be placed into a time, and a gauntlet blaster that is inspired from the One-Shot issue of the comic series where Raphael meets a character that pays homage to comic artists Jack Kirby.

The accessories are nicely done and each given some great attention to detail and sculpting. The large blaster, pistols and Triceraton cuff is painted in blue and black deco, and the gauntlet blaster also given some red and yellow. The Trieraton accessories are painted in grey and black, with the cuff also given a red triable and square shapes on the sides. The blasters can also be used by other comic-inspired figures, which is a great addition to this set and also hoping this means we’re getting a Triceraton figure soon.


Overall, Fugitoid makes a great addition to the line and NECA’s team have once again outdone themselves with another great offering. Every aspect about the figure came out great, especially the sculpt and deco. Fans of the comic series, and collectors of this line are surely going to want to add this to your collection.


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