Hundreds of years before sewers were even invented, Usagi Yojimbo (Rabbit Bodyguard), a skilled but masterless Samurai, wandered ancient legendary Japan. In a freakish burst of reception through Donatello’s trans-dimensional portal, this medieval hare wound up thrashing his way through the Turtles’ lair, kicking shell and more or less proving a few points with his Katana. Splinter recognized the ronin’s skills at once as Usagi … Continue reading Jab’s Reviews: TMNT (Usagi Yojimbo)
Alright, finished my bio of Slash! Now I just need a good image for him!… I’ll type “ninja turtles slash” into Google Image Search to see what pops uOOOOOHHHHHHHH MMMYYYYYYY GOOOOOOOOODDDDDDDDDDDD!!!! SLASH:-Well short of Metalhead, you weren’t getting a more obvious character than this- Slash: The EVIL Mutant Turtle! And of course, following the rule of “Evil Counterparts”, he needed to have the same outfit … Continue reading Jab’s Reviews: TMNT (Slash)
KRANG:-Krang is a modification of the Utrom race, and appears in a few later renditions of the canon- mostly those inspired by the Turtles at their most popular. Krang is one of the two Big Bads of the 1987 animated series, and he appears in the concurrent Archie Comics in a similar role. He is quickly exiled to Morbus, the prison world, forming a bad … Continue reading Jab’s Reviews: TMNT (Krang)
oh, INTERNET… — A loner. A lizard. A skatemaster. Mutated from a head-banging, thrash-metal, teenage guitarist, Mondo Gecko is the coolest lizard to surf the concrete jungle. Known to his cold-blooded boardin’ brethren as “The Mon,” Mondo Gecko likes to skate the sewers and grease the grind. This maximum maniac grooves on shining the curbside and puts fun and freedom ahead of everything else. He’s … Continue reading Jab’s Reviews: TMNT (Mondo Gecko & Wingnut)
LEATHERHEAD:-Another of the oldest “Always Appearing” characters in the franchise is of course Leatherhead. One of comparatively few mutant animals in the Mirage Comics, he was actually a good guy. The Leatherhead character was actually created by Ryan Brown in 1988 for a TMNT comic- Eastman & Laird had already signed off on the TV show & toyline, and were letting others write the main continuity, too. … Continue reading Jab’s Reviews: TMNT (Leatherhead & Ace Duck)
This week, we take a look at the TMNT’s aquatic buddies! All… four of them. It’s weird! Read on! You smell something fishy? That’s because you just picked up Ray Fillet, the coolest sea creature to ever leap from the deep. Spawned from a marine biologist and a manta ray, Ray Fillet emerged from a toxic sewer pipe only to discover himself super-strong and super-slimy. … Continue reading Jab’s Reviews: TMNT (Man-Ray & Merdude)
Marty from Pods Like Us is here with the very odd choice of a somewhat forgotten TMNT movie: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3: Turtles In Time. That’s right! It was more than just the name of an arcade game!
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Shawn from the Ninja Turtle Nerds podcast is here to talk the 2019 live action take on an anime classic, Alita Battle Angel!
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For part one in this series, click HERE! THE PLAYMATES TOY LINE:-Well crap, you want something every kid I knew was OBSESSED with, back in the day? Look no further. These toys were AWESOME- some were incredibly-detailed, some were HUGE, and plenty of them kicked ass. My brother and I had all kinds of these things- General Tragg, Muckman, Baxter Stockman, my beloved Casey Jones, … Continue reading Jab’s TMNT Review: Overview Part 2
TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES:-And now, owing to the big turnout in votes for the Ninja Turtles, I’ll be doing a big set of builds for the franchise! This will start off with the 1990s Movie series, then follow up with builds surrounding the trio of cartoons (leaving off Rise of the TMNT, which is too new and unknown to me)- a handful of characters will thus … Continue reading Jab’s Reviews: The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Series Overview