Comics

Review: Color Classic TMNT #2

IDW Publishing has decided to release the Mirage Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Comics in color, in May we got the Classic Color TMNT #1 and now we’ve gotten Classic Color TMNT #2.  This is not the first time that the 2nd issue of Mirage TMNT was printed in color.  The first company that brought us the color reprint was ‘First Graphic Novel”.  In the review of the IDW reprint, I will also compare between the graphic novel reprint.

Review: IDW TMNT #10

Since IDW has started the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle run, we have been waiting for the Shredder to make an appearance, to see the new story line start up, and how they are going to handle the Foot.  After issue 5, the question got even bigger with the original Oroku Saki returning as well?  When the cover of issue 10 was released, everyone saw the new image of the Shredder, which has made us so excited, waiting for this issue of Turtles to hit the shelves. Now it's finally here!

Review: Classic Color TMNT #1

Since the first Ninja Turtle comic came out in originally in black and white back in 1984, there has been two different color versions of the comic released.  Well, now we can make that three, as today IDW is releasing the first issue of Mirage TMNT as a color comic.  Though let’s talk a little about each of the releases here starting with the first time the Mirage Turtles were ever colored.

Review: 100-Page Spectacular TMNT Archie

One of the great comic series of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is the Archie Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures Comics.  These originally came out following the original cartoon series by David Wise.  Though by issue 5, they started to go into their own direction, introducing new characters and becoming a whole new world of Ninja Turtles.

Review: IDW TMNT #9

The Ninja Turtles have been going through a rough time in their life, as Raphael, Michelangelo, Donatello and Leonardo had to fight off the Mousers that destroyed their home only to find that Old Hob has taken their Master Splinter.  Searching to find Splinter is their main goal.  This is the current story of the IDW Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Comics.  Writers Tom Waltz and Kevin Eastman have brought us on a roller coaster ride since the first issue of the IDW Comics this last summer.

Review: IDW TMNT Micro Series #4

IDW has been keeping us on our toes with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comics, and this month we got a few hitting the shelves.  Today there is the new Leonardo issue from the Micro Series.  This issue, I had to double check the cover to make sure it was the Micro Series when I saw it picked up from where issue 8 of the series left off.  Old Hob has taken Splinter and the Turtles need to find him.  The art work told me this was a Micro Series since Dan Duncan was clearly not the artist, but the story was a bit of a surprise, until I started to read.

Review: IDW TMNT #8

Its that time of the month again to hit the comic book shops as we have another awesome issue of the IDW Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to get our hands on.  In this issue, we're picking up right where issue 7 left off where Raph and Mike came home to find Splinter, Don and Leo under attack by Mousers!  Controlled by Old Hob, these Mousers are taking the Turtles by surprised and is winning this battle.

Review: TMNT Infestation 2 Part 2

Last week we shared a review of a totally awesome TMNT Comic, Infestation 2 TMNT.  It was part one of a two part story.  This week we’re bringing you a review of the second half of this comic, where we learn how the Turtles deal with these creatures that are below the streets of New York City!

Review: IDW Infestation 2 TMNT

IDW Publishing has been doing a great job at keeping us TMNT fans on the edge of our seats with all these awesome TMNT comics coming out.  We are now also have the crossover with Infestation, something any Horror fan would enjoy seeing being done with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

Review: TMNT The Ultimate Collection Vol. 1

Throughout Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle history one thing that we’ve seen a lot of is reprints of the early Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Mirage Comics.  First Publishing was the first ones to really take up the comics and start putting them together as graphic novels.  Those were reprinted a lot, as they also made the Mirage comics in color!

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