Silverbat is no less a mystery, although the box assures us that it's battery operated. Batman is wearing a random pile of mismatched clothing, presumably because it's laundry day at Wayne Manor, and it appears from looking at the horse's front legs that all the batteries do is make it kick itself in the face over and over again. Which, again, makes it a toy we'd totally buy.
Nothing says "Turtle Power" like filleting your enemies with 200 rounds of searing metal death. Almost as baffling is the fact that the toy boasts a "moving barrel", which you may notice is something a gun should never, ever have.
The fact that the gun isn't turtle colored or green or branded in any way, indicates that this is a gun designed for shooting teenage mutant ninja turtles. Now look at the turtles at the bottom of the box. Specifically, look at the expression on the face of Leonardo, on the far right. "Billy? Why are you pointing that at us? Billy? We can talk about this..."
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