Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle weapons combined to create one super weapon (VIDEO)

What’s better than four Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle weapons? One totally awesome Katana/Sai/Nunchaku/Bo Staff combo capable of wreaking untold havoc on Shredder’s foot soldiers.

Man At Arms: Reforged built the super weapon from scratch, borrowing from the Turtles’ various iconic weapons. Donatello’s staff acted as the base, while Raphael’s sai was affixed to one end, and Leonardo’s sword to the other. To add a flare of Michelangelo’s nunchaku, the sai was made to detach and be swung from a chain.

The upcoming “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” movie is scheduled to be released sometimes in August. Check out the trailer here.


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