Venus De Milo The 5th TMNT
I know it wasnt a hit and they should have come up w a better background story for her but i like the idea and look of the next mutation TMNT. I think they should have done something other than live action but i like venus and i like how they all have come more in to their own styles. I have loved TMNT for as long as i can remember. i even saw them do a concert in Walt Disney World and got their autographs but like all cartoons i want their lives to show forward progress. In new mutation shedder is gone and have a new evil awesome looking villain (Dragon Lord) that makes a great successor to shedder. Does anyone remember Venus and does anyone think they should bring her back to the shows and movies?
"i thought it was a good idea... i wasnt really trippin or thinking about it too much i honestly didnt care i was jus a kid but is she really the 5th turtle i mean what about Slash,DOm, and Patch? "
they werent down in the ooze with the 4 original were they? She was supposeably down with them when it all started
She had a bad iconic weapon they were not distinguishable to the other four. Second was her beating shredder single handedly. That what pissed off the fans. She felt shoehorned in as they did not tell her origin well. Mona Lisa had better origin she only had one episode, and she was fan favorite
Image Comics and the creator of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Peter Laird stated no female turtles. They refuse to establish the reason for that hatred. Venus is considered a banish character and it is forbidden to talk about her. I did not hate her because she was girl or the new turtle it because she felt not connected and did not made sense. She was a gigantic plot hole. You would think she was bad fan fiction character.
I feel I need to make Blog for Peter Laird get out from system on both the turtle fan bases and Him
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