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While TMNT was made mainstream through the 1987 TV series, it began as a comic in 1984. The TMNT comic was dark and gritty, featuring a no-nonsense group of turtles that in no way resembled their super-friendly an rarely-serious counterparts from the 1987 animated series.
In 1984, Eastman and Laird brought to life a group of unlikely heroes that in fact started off as a joke (turtles, not exactly known for their speed, stealth, or fighting prowess, made dubious candidates for a group of crime-fighting ninjas).
To this day, TMNT comics continue to provide readers with endless entertainment. As of this writing, there is even talk of a new TMNT comic, so keep eyes out for this!
It all started with a simple picture from a Playmates Toys event. In the photo we could clearly see the logo for a new toy line based on the Usagi Yojimbo franchise. It didn’t take long before speculation began to
“City At War”, the 13-part story arc that concluded Mirage Volume 1, is a significant chapter in the Ninja Turtles’ history. It has driven TMNT storylines through Volume 2 and Volume 4 of the Mirage Studios comics, the current series
Amidst all of the very real concerns about the future of this franchise, it’s worth pointing out at least one positive sign. Recently, IDW reported that their revenue for 2016 represented an increase of 32% year-over-year. In total, they earned
Earlier this year, IDW held a special event at the San Diego Comic Art Gallery in celebration of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 100 Project. This project was developed by the Hero Initiative to celebrate the 50th issue of TMNT
If you received any gift cards during the holidays, you may want to consider saving some of that money for yet another special release from IDW. Just last week, they were releasing The Kevin Eastman Notebook Series: Michelangelo, and it