Michele Ivey's "Cowabunga Corner" #39

In this episode I dicuss my feelings about the Image Comic Book series over all. From the stories, art, and how it ended up ending to soon. This comic series is one of my favorites that has come out through the years because of how dareing they were to throw things at us that would shock the fans.

Michele Ivey's "Cowabunga Corner" #38

In this episode I get to sit down with Eric Anzalone, best known as the Biker in the "Village People". Eric started off his career in performing long before he joined the Village People and some of his early work before putting on the leather, was wearing a shell.

Michele Ivey’s “Cowabunga Corner” #37

In this episode I talk about the TMNT 2007 movie. This movie came out in March 2007 as the first CGI TMNT Movie. With a lot of high hopes from the fans from the images that was scene before hand, we all had to go in and see what was done for us.

Mark Bode's TMNT Cartoon Concert

In episode 3 of "Ivey's Flashback", we have a panel, "Mark Bode's TMNT Cartoon Concert" that was held at Turtle Con 1992, the only official Turtle Con that's been held to date. My dad and I went to this panel, and my dad video taped. This panel was different than any other I've ever sat through. Held by Mark Bode and Steve Lavigne.

Wolfman Mac's Chriller Drive-In

"Spider Baby", the Original "Little Shop of Horror", and "King Kong Escapes" all have something in common these days. Night time Horror Host Shows. Usually on Friday or Saturday night you can find some TV show with a creepy host showing bad old movies, making fun of them and doing their own things in between the clips of the movie. In July 2007 a new face came to the world of Horror Host, Wolfman Mac.

Michele Ivey's "Cowabunga Corner" #36

In this episode I interview TMNT fan and collector Rutger. Rutger is best known across the internet for his massive TMNT autograph collection as he's been able to get some of the hardest to find autographs and shares them on his website.

TMNT Fan Art

All across the web you have different fan art, from old vampires to unicorns to Dexter Morgan to The Power Puff girls. Even shows that disappeared from TV over 20 years ago have artists out there still drawing their childhood heroes. Of course Ninja Turtles are no exception to the rule.

Ivey's Farmville

In June 2009, Facebook launched a game called Farmville. This game was created by Zynga, which has been creating popular games that are played on both Facebook and MySpace, such as Mafia Wars. When the game first arrived on Facebook, I found the posts annoying as it flooded my wall. I ended up blocking the app without giving it a try. I did not want to waste my time with anymore online games, as I was already playing Mafia Wars and a few other games on MySpace. Why would I want to join Farmville?

Michele Ivey's "Cowabunga Corner" #35

Michele Ivey's "Cowabunga Corner" #34

In the 8th episode of "Cowabunga Corner" Season 2 I review the first set of Neca Turtle Toys.

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