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Tagged: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Super7 always does great work with their figures, and these are no different.
A series decades in the making is coming very soon, and we have a look at that series with this THE LAST RONIN #1 Preview.
A new origin for the Turtles, courtesy of IDW! With reinventions galore and a fresh start, is this a good place to get into TMNT? Read on and find out!
BOOM! Studios and IDW teamed up for this crossover, it’s been an amazingly fun ride, and things get even crazier in MMPR/TMNT #4.
The team up of the century continues from BOOM! Studios and IDW Publishing, and it’s good!
Super7 always does great work with their figures, and these are no different. Check out the TMNT Ultimates Figures Wave 2.
For all those looking to get their hands on this key issue of BOOM!’s latest crossover event, TMNT/MMPR #3 is the Green Ranger Shredder First Appearance.
The team up continues, sure, but BOOM! and IDW are giving fans a great variant. Check out the MMPR/TMNT #1 Black and White Variant Cover.
April O’Neil Reports on the Mayem of the MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS/TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES #2 First Look
The sidekicks are showing up in the MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS/TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES #2 First Look from BOOM! Studios.
This IDW Publishing run of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles hits a historical milestone. Check out an early look in the TMNT #100 Preview.
Two of the biggest franchises one of the 80s and the other of the 90s crossover in one comic. Mighty Morphine Power Rangers Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1
These new Super7 figures are amazing, not very expensive, and there’s sure to be more added soon. Here’s the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Ultimates Figures.
Don’t miss the start of “The Year of the Villain,” featuring the talents of writers Brian Michael Bendis, Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV, artists Jim Cheung, Alex Maleev and Francis Manapul and cover artist Greg Capullo-all for just $0.25!
When something works it just works, and this partnership is quite successful.
This IDW Publishing 20th Anniversary Celebration is looking terrific, and this preview is just one sign.
With the coming 3-day weekend, there’s a chance for fans to find a little extra time to read comics!
“It’s a relatively light week this week as far as comics go, with nothing really striking me, but there is one title dropping this Wednesday that’s celebrating its annual tradition of tearing the year apart.” Find out which title our geek Gaumer was referring to and much, much more!
Splinter must learn the true meaning of the season and Shredder is Jacob Marley. What’s better than that?!
A great addition to the main TMNT series that focuses on a single turtle. Here’s our review for TMNT Macroseries #3, featuring Leonardo.
Things get even darker as this amazing series heads to 100 issues.
And the pieces look so freakin’ awesome!
This series has given a single issue a single focus, and that continues as Leo has some trouble with the rest of the team. What else is new?! Check out this preview for TMNT Macroseries #3, and buy it this...
Those turtles are still going strong after all these years, and this series has hit 25 issues! Here’s our review for TMNT Universe #25.
Bebop and Rocksteady Hit the Road is the sequel to last year’s Bebop and Rocksteady Destroy Everything. This time around, the boys feel it may be time for a change from their villainous ways and the best way to start...
The Dub is taking the TMNT’s biggest threat and putting him where he belongs. My guess is he takes over the place.
– I’m excited for this comic as it’ll give the first indication of what surprises the show has in store.
-Sean Lewis wrote another great book from Aftershock called BETROTHED which is why this is in top of my list.