Not too long ago, we here at ComicsAlliance told you about the lost Ross Campbell Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic that, unfortunately for fans of Campbell's amazing artwork, never happened. But as you might expect with a franchise that an awful lot of people -- myself included -- grew up loving, Campbell wasn't the only one with
Thanks to The Escapist, we've rediscovered the made-in-Japan Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles anime OVAs where the Turtles turn into green Wolverines, Shredder becomes a robot dragon, and Michelangelo inexplicably transforms into a half-crab half-lion. We've got the intro after the jump, and if anyone knows where to get a copy, please let us know.
Last week we broke the news that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles co-creator Kevin Eastman would be partnering with new co-writer Tom Waltz and series artist Dan Duncan for an all new TMNT comic at IDW. In addition to co-writing, Eastman will also be contributing variant covers for select issues and working alongside Duncan by contribu
What kind of gig could make a writer shout "Shell yeah!"? I think you know what kind. The all-new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles from IDW and Nickelodeon. Debuting in August, the new series by original Turtles co-creator
Because we live in a depraved and decadent world brimming over with sickness and loathing like so much urine from a nightclub toilet, a group of young men and women had the resources to create and consume the approximately two dozen deliberately nauseating pizzas eaten or otherwise referenced by Michelangelo in the classic Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series. Among them, pizzas made with hot fudge, p
During this month's WonderCon, IDW announced that they've picked up the rights for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comics, with plans to kick off a brand new "reimagining" of the series that conquered the world of comics and animation back in the early '90s. But while it ended up at IDW, it looks like the coveted TMNT license almost ended up at another home. According to Ross Campbell, o
Helpful Reminders: Pizza's better than illegal narcotics according to the TMNT. Would those guys lie to you?
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IDW Publishing announced at WonderCon a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic book series. More than 25 years since the iconic heroes debuted in black-and-white comics by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird, the new series will be what IDW calls a "re-imagining" of those original indie comics, as opposed to the more broad-based humor stories that followed the franchise's pop culture explosion in the late 1980s. Additionally, IDW told ComicsAlliance that the publisher has plans
I as a kid when the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise exploded on the scene to become the most popular thing in the world, and I have vivid memories of the burning jealousy that consumed me whenever I'd hang out with a friend who had all the action figures and the vehicles. It's been a couple of decades and