metropoliskid41's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #4 review

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Turtles Fight With Honor!!!

This book is everything that a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle book should be. This issue is loaded with great action that is well written and perfectly fleshed out by Dan Duncan’s gritty art style. This Ongoing series has all of the awesome feel of the original Laird & Eastman comic from Mirage studios in the 1980’s with a kickass new origin. Some many questions that I can’t wait to see answered. We get some added depth to Old Hob and get a chance to see what drives him, and some further looks at his motivation and how deep his hate for the Turtles and Splinter runs. We finally get to see the lost turtle, Raph reunited with his brothers. If you have ever been a TMNT fan you must read this ongoing series. I can’t wait for issue #5. With a well written, great paced story, and awesome art I give this issue a perfect 5 out of 5. Go pick this book up!

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