Events

Toy Fair 2015 Interview: Good Smile Company TMNT Statues

 

Walking around Toy Fair we saw a lot of new stuff from different companies.  While a lot of our favorite companies had amazing things, it was a wonderful feeling to find something new and exciting to share with everyone.  One of the things we found was these Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles statues made by “The Good Smile” Company, Enna was nice enough to talk to us about the creation of their awesome set of TMNT Statues.

Toy Fair 2015 : Rundown

The weekend of Toys is now over.  As of yesterday, we have finished going around and talking to a ton of different toy companies and wow do we have a load of new stuff to share with everyone.  Here’s a fast rundown of some of the stuff you’ll see here on Cowabunga Corner containing back to Toy Fair 2015.

CCN: Toy Fair TMNT Colorforms Interview

 

 

"Thirty Years of Turtle Power" at Toonseum!

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles turned 30 last year and while some places have gotten it out of their system there are a lot of us who still want to party.  Knowing that these green heroes have been around and are still going strong makes us feel great.  Which is why I am excited to let everyone know about the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles : Thirty Years of Turtle Power!” exhibit at Toonseum from February 7th to April 26th. 

New York Comic Con 2014: TMNT Panel

 

New York City holds one of my favorite conventions, an event that brings friends, guests and entertainment all together in one of the best cities to visit.  And for us Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fans they’ve been hosting a great panel for us all to enjoy.  Here is the 2014 NYC Comic Con TMNT Panel.

This was a good panel, with four voice actors and two producers on stage sharing information about Season 3, including one video clip which we have not seen yet in the series.  We cut all of the videos they shared, but left up all the fun talk from the actors including Rob Paulsen having conversations with himself. 

Sing-A-Long with Rob Paulsen

 

Animaniacs is one of Americas favorite cartoons from the 1990’s.  Not only was there fun stories, amazing characters and great animation.  The show was made up of a lot of very well written and amusing songs.  From what’s in Ice Cream to the Countries around the World, this was a show that could catch the hearts of adults and children.  These characters were brought to life by a very creative team which included the voice talents of Rob Paulsen.  In this video, Rob Paulsen shares some of the history of the songs that we could hear in that inspiring cartoon.

Kodak Moments #28

I got hundreds to thousands of photos through my life.  A lot of which would match up to stories here on Cowabunga Corner, but for one reason or another they are not chosen.  This does not mean that these photos are not worth sharing and do not hold stories of their own.  I would like to keep sharing what I can here on the site, so whenever I can I will share a photo and a story to go along with the photo.  If it’s a part of events that has been shared here, we will link back to the stories of the events themselves as well.  Hope everyone enjoys.  Today’s photo is from Youmacon 2005.

Review Youmacon 2013

Every year there are a handful of events that I look forward to going too.  Some of which are big and have been around long before I started going.  While others have grown and turned into something amazing right before my eyes.  Youmacon is one of those events, I have never missed and always enjoyed.   It’s coming again and I’m looking forward to it, only to realize I did not get a review up for last year’s Youmacon.  So here’s my review, which in itself will explain why I was not able to write one a year ago.

Living Dead Dolls Party 10/10/14 NYC

There’s a lot of great toy companies out there, so many that we can never show them all in our reviews of Toy Fair.  One of the companies that has stood out often to me is MEZCO.  I love their products and the lines of the toys they realize.  From Thundercats to Chucky these guys always have eye candy.  Which is why we support their press releases whenever they come our way.  One of their main products is the Living Dead Dolls, and while we were in New York City they held an awesome party for the Living Dead Dolls at Ripley's Believe it or Not Museum.  Here is my review of the event.

Comic Con International 2014: TMNT Movie Panel

 

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