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Justin W

Justin W

My name is Justin Wren and I love to write about the TMNT! I've been a big Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fan since the late 80's. Back then, I would watch the original animated series and play with the Playmates toys all the time. I have been following the boys ever since I was a kid, and I'm very happy to see them back in the limelight after all these years. Needless to say, I'm proud to be a member of the team on this awesome TMNT Fan Site!

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  • Totaldrama Icequeen

    Hard to see


    i am honestly extremely hyped by that logo. I grew up in the early 2000’s and this logo’s style is very reminiscent of that era. The main bits i get from this logo are 2 very important details that give me a lot of excitement for this series.
    1. to me this logo represents the feel of the show pretty clearly. I was worried they might have been going for a teen titans go approach but i feel this logo removes that fear. This logo greatly reminds me of shows like Ben 10 and the original Teen Titans. I’m sure this show will have a comedic side but i sense it will still have a deep over-arching story like we’re used to. And for that I am very thankful. The fact that we know this show will be 2D really supports my theory because some of the best 2D shows of the 2000’s had logos similar to this.
    2. The other thing I get from this logo is that Nickelodeon still has a lot of faith in the franchise, and plans on investing the same amount of money and attention as the 2K12 series. For this I am also very grateful. I had a feeling Nick was losing faith in TMNT and that was why they were switching to 2D because they wanted to create a cheaper alternative. However I now believe the animation change is a product of two factors. One being that they want to create an edgy 2D action cartoon in the same vein as some of my favorite shows from the 2000’s. The other being that Nickelodeon’s animation department has changed drastically since the launch of the 2K12 series. When 2K12 launched Nickelodeon was primarily focused on 3D animation such as “Fanboy and ChumChum” and “Planet Sheen”. Since then Nickelodeon has completely revamped their animation department, complete with a massive new studio. Since the completion of the new studio Nickelodeon seems focused on 2D animation such as “The Loud House” and Welcome to the Wayne.
    Whew! I’m prolly reading way too much into that but that’s what I gather from this.

    TURTLE POWAAAAAAHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • PenguinLady

    Was the 2003 series just a fever dream all of the fandom had at some point or what’s the reason that it’s never included in anything? XD

    New logo looks pretty nice, tho.

  • Andrei Iosif

    you’re welcome for the information, TMNT fansite

  • GrandAsylumGaming

    I am kinda disapointed the screwed up on the logo’s, because if I am reading that correctly they essentially used the 1987 show logo as the original comic logo, and they used a copy of the 2012 logo in place of the original 1987 logo. So either Viacom has somebody who is not doing their jobs correctly, or it is fake, which I highly doubt since I have seen the mistake before. Second why do I feel like I am the only person who is saddened by the fall of the 2012 incarnation? I’m willing to give the 2018 one a chance, but even though the logo is not that bad, my gut is telling me otherwise. PS. Excuse my spelling/grammar did not have time to spell check.

    • Ct

      I am sad about the 2012 TMNT one too. I don’t want it to end. I cried when I figured out that it is going to be over😢.