Cartoons are awesome, and a big part of cartoons is that show open. Superman flies around, cheetara beats up some mutants and Ash tries to catch some pokemans, all while some rockin’ music plays. This is not a list of ‘the greatest animated shows’ just the greatest opening sequences! What follows is a list of animated show intros, each more awesome than the last.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle New York Comic Con exclusives sold out lightning fast, but fear not turtle fans, NECA has announced its 2008 San Diego Comic Con exclusive will feature the turtles in the half shel as they appeared in 1984 – black and white, baby! Much like the New York exclusive, this set contains all four Turtles, their complete accessories, and detailed display bases with all-new highly anticipated Black & White paint and deco! San Diego Comic Con will be the first place to pick up the Black & White Turtles anywhere, so be there! As a special
As you are sitting around the office, or waiting for your Xbox Live system to reboot for the umptenth time today, and you need something to do, why not take up papercraft? The 4Kids TV website has a whole lotta characters you can download, print, cut and paste together to make an interesting cubicle decoration or piece of art to give your significant other.Â There are quite a few manga inspired creations there, plus you can download all of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (and Splinter too) and create your own ninjas on 20 weight.
Hopefully the alphabet headline hasn’t thrown you into a tizzy, but the good news is NECA, the company that has recently acquired the licensing rights to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, will offer a show exclusive at the New York Comic Con. Peter Laird, co-creator of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, will be appearing at the NECA booth on Saturday, April 19th, from 1PM-3PM, signing a New York Comic Con Exclusive Edition Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Box Set. This set contains all four Ninja Turtle action figures, plus additional accessories and diorama bases. This exclusive, limited to just 500 pieces,
Now these are some Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle action figures I would actually go out and buy. Based on the original artwork of Eastman and Laird, the first series of TMNT figures feature the turtles in a half shelf wielding their weapons of choice. Take the jump for a closer look.