Kevin Eastman is co-creator of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the worldwide brand based on his self-publishing comic book with Peter Laird back in the day.
But now it appears that he's getting rid of everything associated with it. In one big lot on eBay.
They include every single licensed Turtles item, from Pez dispensers and skis to breakfast cereal, video games, school supplies, linens, towels, cameras, toy shaving and fishing kits.
There's also the Jim Henson-made Leonardo costume from the first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film from 1990 (the ultimate in cosplay chic), video tape archives of the cartoons, and original artwork used for licensing.
Twenty-five years of Turtles in fifty boxes. Each box has been signed with a head sketch and Kevin offers to sign upo to 250 of the items within.
So.. who wants to open a museum?