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Review: IDW TMNT #50 *SPOILER*

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has so many different origins, stories, character growth and character designs.  A lot of people always try to compare them to each other, at the same time they’re so different.  IDW Publishing has been releasing their own version of the Turtles which is not like any other out there.  With their own history for the characters, their own plots that don’t match up to any other series and their own way of handling very intense moments.  Recently IDW made a lot of news with Donatello, that was only the build up for what is coming in issue 50.  Here is a spoiler filled review of issue 50 from IDW TMNT.

Review: IDW MLP Micro Series "Fluttershy"

Living would be easy if people did not care what others thought of them. For some people it’s easy to dismiss the thoughts and cares of those around them, but for others they want nothing more than to be accepted by everyone. When I was a kid I wanted everyone around to like me. I asked who ever I would meet, if they would be my friend.

Review: IDW TMNT #22 "City Fall" 1

IDW started off in 2011 with their first TMNT storyline, showing us the new version of the Ninja Turtles. Next we got to know more of Stockman and see the build up to the Shredder. Keeping us pulled in the full time, as we got up to the Krang War going to Dimension X.

Review: IDW MLP FiM #7

This month has been so busy that I really did just totally forgot about things I needed to do. Even fell behind in stories for Cowabunga Corner, as we’ve been traveling, came down sick, and working on fixing up the house. So when I saw the new issue of My Little Pony : Friendship is Magic was coming out today, it took me by surprise.

Review: IDW TMNT 21

TMNT21_cvrSUBThe new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Comic books by IDW has been bringing us on one adventure after another and promising so much more.  We just finished up the Dimension X story, where the Turtles got to meet the Neutrinos and Fugitoid, in a war against Krang.  Now the Turtles are home and we’re about to be lead into the new adventure with them.  Here is my review of issue 21 that just came out today.

Review: IDW TMNT #20

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With my review of the IDW “Rise of the Turtles” Comic being so short.  I’m doing two reviews today.  This one is going to be a fulfilled review as I normally do them, as we got issue 20 of the ongoing IDW TMNT Comics!  This shall not be a let down, as Tom Waltz has been keeping us on our toes with every issue of this amazing Comic Book series!  Here is my review of IDW TMNT #20!

Review: IDW Secret History of the Foot #3

TMNT_Foot03_cvrAOne thing that us Turtle fans can never get enough of, is a good fight between the Foot Clan and the Ninja Turtles.  Often enough we see them avoid going head into battle with their enemies.  Though every so often we get a fight that stands out for it’s non stop action.  And that is how the newest issue of IDW’s “Secret History of the Foot” is.  A action packed fight scene with our favorite heroes taking on their toughest enemies.  This comic just came out and I have to share my thoughts on how awesome IDW is doing with this story!

Review: IDW TMNT Micro Series #7 April

IDW Publishing is keeping us Turtle fans on our toes as every week something new is coming to the shelves for us to go after.  This week is no exception to the rule.  Today, two TMNT books come to the stores, one in which a lot of fans have been waiting for, the next issue of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Micro Series, April O’Neil.  April gets her own story.  Will there be action?  How will this go without the Turtles there to liven up the moment?  Here are my thoughts on the April O’Neil issue of the TMNT Micro Series.

Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Classics, Vol. 1

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle fans were a bit surprised and disappointed when IDW released “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” Ultimate Collection Vol. 3 as three issues of the Mirage Volume 1 were not in the book.  This still troubles me, though it seems IDW does have plans to release these books as a new book is coming to the shelves today,  “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Classics”, Volume 1.

Review: IDW Mirco TMNT Series #5

The original Mirage Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Micro Series only had four issues, one for each Turtle.  These were awesome comics that connected back to the main series, each comic sharing a story of one character so you could get to know that character better and did some things that would touch the main story.  IDW Publishing has decided to bring back the Micro Series, though to our surprise there are more than four issues.  This review is of issue five of the TMNT Micro Series, an issue based around Splinter.  This issue picks up directly after issue 10 of the ongoing series.

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