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If there is any news about turtles, you will find it here. From folklore from different cultures to the Renaissance artists who are the Turtles namesakes, anything you could ever want to know are the realities behind the TMNT you can learn here. Cowbunga, this stuff is totally bodacious dudes!

It looks like Super Shredder will be coming to DVD very soon. Image Source: Nickelodeon.
NewsTV/Cartoon News

With only a few episodes left in the fourth season, fans may be happy to hear that they’ll get at least a few more on the next Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles DVD release. Unfortunately, this is no guarantee that they

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According to Nick's TMNT twitter account, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will return to television in February. Image Source: Nickelodeon.
NewsTV/Cartoon News

When it comes to how they schedule their television shows, sometimes it can be nearly impossible to figure out Nickelodeon’s line of reasoning. For some reason, they keep splitting up the seasons of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and taking multiple

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Two of your favorite toy brands have finally crossed over. Funko x Playmobil TMNT figures will be hitting store shelves shortly. Image Source: Funko.
NewsToy/Action Figures

As children, it was fashionable for Millennials to play with toys that would probably be considered either choking hazards or unnecessarily violent by modern standards. Our early childhoods were likely to have been filled with Lite Brite and Playmobil figures,

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Recycling is cool, but it's also pretty cool to see the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movies for free! Image Source: New Line/Golden Harvest.
Movie NewsNews

Whenever I ask fans about their favorite Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movies, they almost always mention at least one of the first three films. Even today, these movies have a certain charm that simply doesn’t exist in modern interpretations of

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Despite being released less than 12 months ago, Activision has decided to remove Mutants in Manhattan from pretty much every digital marketplace. Image Source: Activision, Platinum Games.
NewsVideo Game News

In a move that has baffled fans and gamers alike, Activision has removed Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan from digital platforms such as Steam, PSN and Xbox Live. They have yet to make a statement about this decision,

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