Remember when Michael Bay announced the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie? Remember when he said it wouldn’t feature turtles, and the teenagers would be from outer space? Remember how every crapped on the movie based on a rough script, that then caused Michael Bay to yell at everyone on the Intardwebz, and tell them to trust him? Yeah… now the director claims Megan Fox will be in the TMNT movie…
IDW Publishing is thrilled to announce a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Micro-Series! Hot on the heels of last year’s wildly successful Micro-Series, this new series of one-shots is taking a distinctly dark turn and concentrating on the evil deeds of the Turtles’ most nefarious villains!
With a white-hot ongoing series that simultaneously toasts the franchise while launching creative new ideas, and a collection of “micro-series” that focus on individual characters, it may only have been a matter of time before the first IDW TMNT mini-series hit the shelves. Focusing on the legend behind the Foot Clan, this series promises sci-fi, mysticism and action. What’s the verdict? Major Spoilers has the review, right after the jump!
The TMNT crew is on the run when a giant mutant snapping turtle begins wreaking havoc on their city. How are the turtles to take out this new menace? More after the jump!
With Nickelodeon getting ready to launch the new Ninja Turtles series, it is no surprise that the merchandise would start flowing. This announcement of a LEGO set did catch me by surprise though. Check it out after the jump.
The IDW Publishing relaunch of the legendary 1980’s property continues on. With some very big changes to the TMNT mythos, IDW Publishing has certainly put its stamp on the franchise. As the series continues what lies in store for the heroes in a half shell and is this book worth your buck? Major Spoilers examines the contents and shares its thoughts.
IDW Publishing and Nickelodeon are excited to announce the launch of TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES ANNUAL 2012, a 48-page jam packed story written by co-writers Tom Waltz and Kevin Eastman, and drawn by co-creator Eastman. It’s been nearly 20 years since Eastman has created a full TMNT story, but fans will relish this Annual filled with non-stop downtown action and mayhem that is well worth the wait!
I don’t think the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have ever had a time when there wasn’t an audience for their hijinks. So it makes sense that Nickelodeon would bring the characters back for a new series.
Take the jump for a look at the footage that premiered at the San Diego Comic Con.
Though there are a number of fans totally against Michael Bay’s Ninja Turtles movie, the studios and director are moving ahead. Paramount Pictures has announced that principal photography for the movie kicks off this summer.
Nickelodeon and IDW Publishing proudly announced the launch of an all-new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic book app exclusively for iTouch, iPad and iPhone. The app includes the complete Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic collection, including the ongoing series, “micro-series,” one-shots, and many original black and white classics on digital platforms. Additionally, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic book series is now available through IDW Comics and comiXology mobile apps for Android, Kindle Fire, and more.
The first-ever full artwork of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird – the illustration that launched one of the most successful character franchises in history – sold for $71,700 on Friday, May 11, at Heritage Auctions in Dallas as part of a Vintage Comics & Comic Art Auction. It sold to an anonymous buyer.