1. Crazy Clown Mike
Released as part of the “Bodacious Birthday” line, Crazy Clown Mike came complete with awesome weapons like birthday balloons and stilt legs – along with a painted face that was definitely holding back the tears of a clown.
It's OK, Michelangelo, you can cry.
2. April, the Ravishing Reporter
3. Bandito-Bashin Mike
5. Sumo Raphael
Were kids in the ‘90s really that into Sumo wrestling?! Seriously though, this toy's existence is a WTF moment in TMNT toy history.
6. April, the Ninja Newscaster
7. Pizza Tossin' Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
I don't think they were fighting criminals with pizza as much as scaring them off with their Large Marge cracked out faces.
8. King Lionheart
10. Monty Moose
11. Donatello Dracula
Donatello as Dracula was released as part of the TMNT's "Universal Studios Monsters” crossover line, and while the Turtles got monster makeovers he was by far the most disturbing character. I mean look at those teeth!
This toy also raises the question: Whose blood was Dracula Don sucking on?
12. Hot Spot
13. The Sewer Heroes
I guess the fact that they were mutated turtles wasn't superhero-y enough? Also, if they have superhero powers why would they need a gun?
This toy might also have one of the most WTF descriptions of any TMNT toy:
"He’s hangin’ a rappin’ ‘n scratchin’ turntable to squelch the sewer scum from here to kingdom come. Ooze, baby, ooze!"
15. Farmer Turtles
16. Rappin' Mike
17. Turtle Trolls
A crossover between two of the biggest toy trends of the early '90s should be a fun no-brainer, unfortunately these toys were too much Troll dolls and not enough TMNT.
Also, they are just plain creepy looking.