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They're BACK! This summer, the original heroes in a half-shell make a triumphant return to comics! Leonardo, Donatello, Michaelangelo, and Raphael reunite to bring their ninja aptitude and teenage attitude to IDW Publishing in this all-new, action-packed series. Featuring a cast of familiar characters-Master Splinter, April O'Neill, Casey Jones, and more-and true to the spirit of the original comics created by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird, the TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES are bigger and badder than ever, and ready to rock old and new fans alike!

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Go Green Machine! 0

I couldn't be more excited that Kevin Eastman is writing Turtles again. I'm a longtime fan of the series and think no one captures them like he does.That being said, I love this re-imagining. I'm not going to compare it to the original series because there's no point, but I will say I think you'll enjoy it more if you're familiar with the old stories. I think casual fans with just a general knowledge of the Turtles will be able to jump right in as well.Dan Duncan's artwork is a great fit and he ...

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Updated TMNT 0

As a kid I loved the Ninja Turtles (who didn’t?), so I decided to pick this guy. And it did not disappoint. I really like the fact that Kevin Eastman is directly involved in this.Good:It starts of strong with a showdown between Splinter, Mike, Don, and Leo against a new villain ‘Old Hob’, with Raphael noticeably absent.Michelangelo gets in a few quick one-liners this issue which brought back memories of the old cartoon show I grew up with- but not too over the top slapstick/goofy, which I liked....

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The (Turtle) Boys are Back 0

This post originated on my new Wordpress blog.  To see that, and other silliness, click HERE.   Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles may just be the biggest part of my childhood. Those heroes in a half-shell have had a long and storied career, but despite trying several times to break-through into the hearts and minds of newer generations, I'm not sure the turtles have been all that successful.And maybe because of this, those turtle boys find themselves going back to their roots, with a new comic book s...

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