VHS

My Useless VHS Collection

For what possible reason do I have to keep a collection of the 1987 series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles VHSs? They are not collector’s items, so they are worth no more than a few dollars a piece and can even be found for as little as 99 cents. Every single episode has been collected in a digital format that takes up way less space and has better audio and video. I even have the digital media files on a hard drive connected to a streaming device. I can even find it on YouTube, but the catch here is that you have to find a way to adjust the aspect ratio as they are often uploaded in 16:9 and the turtles are already short and stout enough as it is.

TMNT Live 1990 Auckland Aotea Centre New Zealand

 

Greg Martin

There are some areas in history that gets overlooked too often.  The people who put together everything we enjoy that don’t get credit.  That are often not mentioned.  People with skills brought in to do the work and few learn their names.  To those I tip my hat.  This is why Cowabunga Corner has the goal to make sure we can talk with anyone and everyone who’s worked on Ninja Turtles from the artist, voices, producers, stunts, actors and more.  Our goal is credit to all the amazing people that made TMNT through these years be as awesome as it is.  Even if we miss out on meeting someone, we still want to take time out for them.  This is in memory of an artist whose name was not

Michele Ivey's "Cowabunga Corner" #68

Hey everyone! Welcome to episode 16 of Cowabunga Corner Season 3. In this episode I review the Ninja Turtle Christmas VHS that came out in the mid 1990′s, called “We Wish You a Turtle Christmas”. A video tape made for children and fear by most adult fans.

I have always been a fan of things made for children, I like to be able to entertain people of all ages. Have you watched “We Wish You a Turtle Christmas” if so what are your thoughts on it?