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To celebrate the Heroes in the Half Shell being immortalised in LEGO, Pocket-lint has teamed up with LEGO to offer five readers the chance to win one of the limited edition LEGO Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Minifigures.
For the first time, 400 limited edition, money-can't-buy LEGO Turtle Minifigures have been produced and the only way to get your hands on one is through competitions like this one.
Each LEGO Minifigure comes with a collectors card, silver casing to keep it in mint condition, and you'll even get a collectors' number with each figure so your card could be 10/400 or 358/400, for example.
Funnier and "ninja-ier" than ever before, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is based on four mutant turtles - Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael, and Michelangelo - trained in the art of ninjutsu by their mutant rat sensei, Master Splinter, who teaches the Turtles to battle evil from the New York City sewers. For more Turtle fun visit turtles.lego.com.
To be in with a chance of being one of the five to scoop up a LEGO Turtle Minifigure (they even come with a skateboard), leave us your details and answer the question below.
Usual Pocket-lint terms and conditions apply; competition is open to UK residents only, no cash alternative is offered as prize. Competition closes 23:59 on Sunday 3 November 2013.
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