Baxter Stockman made his debut in the animated tv series in the episode “I Think His Name Is Baxter Stockman”. The LEGO Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Baxter Robot Rampage (79105) set is partially based on that episode. This set contains 397 pieces and retails for $39.99, which comes out to a very nice $0.10/piece for a licensed set. The box contains two instruction booklets and has three numbered bags.
There are five minifigures in this set: Raphael, Donatello, April O’Neil, Baxter Stockman, and a Mouser robot. Raphael is the exact same minifigure as in the Stealth Shell in Pursuit (79102) set. He has a serious frown expression for his head and two sais as his weapons.
Donatello has a light skin green skin tone than Raphael. For his head, he has an angry growl expression with a missing tooth in the front. On the torso piece, there are two straps in the front and it continues on the shell piece in the back. His weapon is a wooden shaft with a curved blade called a naginata.
April O’Neil is a friend of the turtles and is training to become a female ninja by Splinter. She wears a yellow shirt with blue jean shorts. April has a double-sided face with happy and angry expressions. She has reddish-brown hair with a yellow hairband. She has no accessories.
Baxter Stockman wears a white shirt and brown suspenders with printing on both sides of the torso. He has solid blue pants. He has a double-sided face with serious and angry facial expressions. Baxter wears a silver helmet as well as a silver armor piece. The armor is the same one as in the Ninjago ZX armor pieces.
Finally, there is a Mouser robot that LEGO states is a minifigure but it’s really a small build consisting of 10 pieces. To me, the head looks somewhat like the Xenomorth from the Alien movie series.
There are three parts to this build: Raphael’s glider, Donatello’s go-kart, and Baxter’s robot mech suit. The one-seated glider is mainly yellow with a few brown and olive green pieces. It rolls on it’s three wheels pretty well. Each of the wings have flick-fire missiles. On the back is a propeller.
Donatello’s go-kart is very simple to build. The two wheels on the front are smaller than the ones in the back. It has one seat and the back can hold his purple skateboard upright. There’s also a clip on the left side of the go-kart to hold Donatello’s naginata.
Baxter’s mech suit is mostly grey colored like the little Mouser. It is built much like other mech suits using different Technic pieces. Baxter controls the suit by entering from the back. All the arms and legs are very articulate and you can pose the mech in many different positions. The left hand has moveable fingers as well as a flick-fire missile from the palm of the hand. For the right hand, it also has moveable fingers. The other feature on the right hand also detaches as a capture claw with a string reel. On the head, there are two flick fire missiles as well. On the feet, the toes are moveable to help the mech stand properly.
The Baxter Robot Rampage is a pretty decent set. The price point is spot on for what you get in the set. The mech looks similar to a Mouser and is pulled off very well. The turtles’ vehicles are also a nice addition to the set. I would recommend picking it up if you had the chance.
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