CCN: Interview with David Petersen

Hey everyone,

This is an interview with "David Petersen", one of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles artist working on the IDW TMNT Comics.  He's been doing a cover for each of the Micro series issues.  David was nice enough to take the time and do this interview with us.

If you have not been following the IDW Comics, they're doing a 8 issue series for Micro comics based on a character per an issue.  With Raph, Mike and Don already released.  Leonardo's issue will be out this Month.  Check out the Cowabunga Corner reviews on these comics:

Raphael: http://www.cowabungacorner.com/reviews/review-idw-tmnt-micro-series-1
Michelangelo: http://www.cowabungacorner.com/reviews/review-idw-tmnt-micro-series-2
Donatello: http://www.cowabungacorner.com/reviews/review-idw-micro-series-3-donatello

Also if you enjoyed this interview please check out our interview with the artist who did the art inside of the Donatello issue, Valerio Schiti.
http://www.cowabungacorner.com/reviews/idw-tmnt-valerio-schiti-interview

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, they need to make a side-scrolling arcade game with a masisve array of levels, ALL the characters from the show, and graphics that aren't realistic or re-shelled , but rather look like they're ripped right from the old-school cartoon show, and with the graphical power of today's systems, that would certainly be possible. Also, I'm sure they could get James Avery and Ralph Paulson to do some voice work for the game