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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!

This artwork comes from the cover of issue #75, which will be released on TMNT Day! Image Source: IDW, FreeComicBookDay.com
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For those who weren’t aware, TMNT Day will be taking place next week on October 25th. This is a day when shellheads come together to share their love for our heroes in a half shell. As if that weren’t awesome

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With the release of new Turtles comics (and media in general) slowing to a crawl, “Delivery or Pickup” will make the switch to a monthly format. First up in the new format is Halloween, so let’s get spooky!   TMNT

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This week, there’s just one solitary title being released by IDW – the latest chapter in the main TMNT series. Taking place after the (in my opinion, skippable) Dimension X miniseries, the Trial of Krang continues! TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES

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No new issues from IDW this week. However, there are a couple of beautiful-looking hardcover collections, including one featuring a certain rabbit ronin… Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The IDW Collection, Vol. 5 (W) Kevin Eastman, Tom Waltz, Paul Allor, Erik

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The original crossover between Gotham’s Dark Knight and New York’s Heroes in a Half-Shell was one of the biggest surprises of 2015 because of how genuinely good it was. Now, the same creative team of James Tynion IV and Freddie

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