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TMNT 2012 Nickelodeon Action Figures 2

On February 1st, Nickelodeon released a group of images of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles toys.  These images have been around for a few days now as we’ve been taking time to cover each of the areas that was released to us.  Though there was some video that got released later that day, which gave us even more new toy images,  including some of the other lead characters.  This is what I’m going to go over for today.

Attending the Tonight Show Review

Ever want to go to a live taping of a talk show?  Well for me, I’ve thought about it a few times, though it’s not one of those things I’ve ever gone out of my way to do.  I would if it included Ninja Turtles, but I never had that chance as they were always out of state back in the day when the Turtles did appear on shows such as Oprah.

Cinemassacre Vid: Shell Shock

Cowabunga Corner News - TMNT on Nickelodeon

Welcome to our Second Cowabunga Corner News Spot! In this episode we talk about the 2012 TMNT series with the voice of Michelangelo, Greg Cipes and the man behind the series, Ciro Nieli.

CCN : Cinemassacre Interview from Shell Shock

Cowabunga Corner went to Shell Shock a TMNT Art show on June 3rd. This is one of the interviews that we got while at the event. Cinemassacre was at Shell Shock covering the event, interviewing artist and people there. Once we got talking, I learned that these were some of the people from the "Michelangelo Pizza Taste Test" video.

Review: SHELL-SHOCK a TMNT Art Show

On June 3rd, 2011 at Brave New Worlds Comics in Philadelphia, PA, there was an art show held during the evening.  Art work covered the foyer walls of the comic book shop. Pieces ranging from drawings to dolls.  A table sat between the two doors with pizza boxes stacked up.  People could come and go as they please, talk, enjoy some art and even shop around a comic chop.  Though what makes this event stand out to Cowabunga Corner is that the art show was focused on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

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.

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