In the comments of last weeks episode, one of our readers stated their concern that the show might be getting too dark and wondered if the show might lose some of its core audience – children. I posited that the
The writers were not kidding when they called this episode “Darkest Plight.” While they did decide to resolve the mystery around the survival of Splinter and Shredder from last week, the episode made it extremely painful to watch. It wasn’t
Wow, what an episode. It feels like “The Super Shredder” was a long time coming, both in the case of the hiatus finally coming to an end, but also all the foreshadowing of Splinter’s death in the season. Is this
Even as a side story for this volume, “Bat in the Belfry” was easily one of my favorite episodes. April’s obsession with the Aeon Crystal amped up quickly, a possibility hinted at all the way back when she received it.
This week, “Mutant Gangland” continued with this volume’s focus on maturity, although not in the same way previous weeks did. Instead of focusing on how the Turtles have matured, they instead explored how easy it is to fall back into