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Review: TMNT "Enter the Lair" by Random House

Going around stores has started to remind me of the early 1990’s, finding different Ninja Turtle items.  It feels great to know that the Turtles are doing so well, and I love to see all the different items coming out right now.  Most of the time I can’t pick everything up, though some items stand out to where I just have to get it for the collection.  One of the items I found back in February while shopping in Lexington, Kentucky was this 3-D TMNT book “Enter the Lair”.  I’ll like to share my thoughts on this cool item.

Free Autographed TMNT Card giveaway!

April2013GiveAwayIt has been a little bit since we've done a Cowabunga Corner giveaway.  Those who follow us on facebook and twitter already know about this, as we started the contest last week.  You have till May 3rd to enter the contest!  Want to know how, read more here.

Review: Since 1984 TMNT Shirt

Review & Comparison! OS TMNT 1 to Nick TMNT

013This is the day I would normally write a review about the newest episode of Nickelodeon Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.  I would go on about the plots, characters, favorite scenes, and if I like or don’t like the changes made to characters in the show.  These are normally fun write ups sharing my inside view of the Nickelodeon series.  And while I wish I could say these are weekly, they’re not.  Nickelodeon every now and then takes a break, making us fans hold our breath just a little bit longer in waiting for the next installment of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.  So what do I do?  I re hatch the old series of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

Review: Paint and Pixel Festival 2012

There are some events I go too which are not really planned out.  For weeks I was planning to spend October 20th and 21st in Rhode Island for the Yu-Gi-Oh event.  Though during a visit to Northampton, MA with a few friends we learned of another event.  As Tokka and Fugitoid found a flyer in the Thrones Market for a local Art show.  The top of their Guest list, Peter Laird.  Going to be on the East Coast already, but I could not stay in Northampton.  We had to travel back down to New York City, I had to make the choice to spend the full weekend in Rhode Island or take Saturday for Northampton.  I made the wise choice of heading back up to Northampton.

Changes of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Close your eyes, take in a deep breath.. with that breath take in everything you know about Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.  Now release the breath letting that information go just for a little bit.  Remember that information will always be there, the old shows and comics are not erased.  They will remain in the public eyes for years to come.  Though now we get to see a new, and the best way to view something new is with fresh eyes and without comparison.  Nothing can and will replace your favorite media of Ninja Turtles, and the new is not looking to replace it.  The new is only opening doors for new fans, and giving us old fans something else to look into.

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: Ultimate TMNT collection Volume 3

One of my favorite things that IDW has been doing for us fans is the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles “The Ultimate Collection” books.  And Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Ultimate Collection Volume 3 just came out last week!

Cowabunga Corner #84: TMNT Comic Reading

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Review: IDW Color TMNT Classic #3

Mirage Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Volume, the classics!  The start of it all.  If it were not for these comics we would of never had a game, cartoon, movies, toys and so much more.  Eastman and Laird brought these characters to life through print.  Through the years, sadly, the comics have become a lost art, until recently when IDW picked up the title of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and decided to reprint the original comics alongside with their brand new Ninja Turtle story.  The Ultimate collection is for the serious collectors who want the best details.

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