About a year ago I rewatched the live action 1990 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie for the first time since I was a kid and got totally choked up every time Splinter would talk about fatherhood. His "All fathers care for their sons," line even had me calling my own pops the next day, just because. So when
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Toys: Atamaii takes a look at some previously unseen upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles toys from Playmates shown at the recent Hong Kong Toy Fair 2013.
Scholarships: Any graduating high school senior enrolling in a college, university, or trade school t
Every time the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have been reimagined, the core of the series is retained, while certain details are tweaked to reflect the times or to serve broader storytelling goals. It's been interesting to see what choices Tom Waltz, Kevin Eastman and others have made in IDW
There are places that are nice to visit, but you wouldn't want to live there. There are also places that are... terrible to visit, terrible to live and completely miserable to be stranded in. For Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello, Michelangelo, their newfound Neutrino allies and the Fugitoid, Dimension X is totally that kind of place in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #18 - especially as General Krang and his army of craggy goons fire a seemingly ceaseless burst of red lasers at them, Cobra style. IDW has provided us with
Movies: If you haven't seen them yet, the latest issue of EW has new stills from Iron Man 3 and The Wolverine to feast your eyes on.
Creators: Return of the Dapper Men writer Jim McCann competed on The Price is
Like a lot of people my age, I spent a pretty significant portion of the '90s watching the X-Men cartoon. As a result, I've got that intro more or less memorized, so I was pretty thrilled to see that entire sequence recreated in glorious stop motion action figure animation.
Created by Kyle Roberts with
If you thought Waynes World 2 was the uncontested champion of revelatory dream sequences, prepare to half your brain melted by the power of heroes in a half shell. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Classics, Vol. 3 arrives in st
What's that you're saying? A peek at Kevin Eastman's concept art from the never-produced fourth live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie wasn't enough for you? (To be fair, with both fifth Turtle Kirby and Evil April, you were always going to want more.) Well, here's some more looks at what could have been, as Eastman's Turtles co-creator Peter Laird shares his redesigns for the main Turtles themselves: Vests! Morphing teeth! Utility belts! Suddenly,