Yoshimickster: If you find yourself saying "can", "could", "may", "might", "possibly", "probably", then you may want to rethink it. Of course, I'm a fan of "strongly resembles" and "is very similar to", which makes an observation of similarity without asserting any actual conclusions. :) But even those generally shouldn't really go outside a trivia section.
The Leatherhead toy is just that a toy, real life figures and the cartoon characters/animation are 2 very different things. If toys and the animated characters were suppose to be the same then I guess we should be seeing the turtles fully twist there heads around in some none comedic fashion/form if you catch my meaning.
It was supposed to be based on the character though(or vice-versa), and the fact that there is a MASSIVE disimilarity if interesting to me and probably others. Look at the Transformers wiki, THEY point out the dissimilarities between toys and characters, AND make fun of them! In my opinion the trivia rules here are too strict, and to me as long as its factual its trivia.
We don't allow people to right what they feel/think is trivia, the trivia rules here are strict because people just come in and right whatever they please, and again toy's and character are 2 very completely different things of course things will be different between a fully animated cartoon character and a piece of plastic manufactured in some factory.
I heavily disagree, I believe as long as its factual it counts a trivia.
And they are NOT completely different, the 1987 TV series was heavily influenced by its toyline and vice versa, I believe it is worth noting if the character they are representing looks different from what the toy looks like.
Well as I've said we have our own guide as to what trivia counts here and every single toy ever made IS completely different from the way the character looks in a tv/cartoon series, and that's all im going say any further on the matter.