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Turtley Awesome Videos: Nostalgic and Shellraising Action

by Justin W
This is just one of the images that might flash through your mind as you're watching the turtley awesome TMNT videos in this post! Image Source: Konami.

It’s been a while since we’ve done a TAV post, so we figured it was about time to bring them back for 2018! This time around, we managed to find three interesting videos related to our heroes in a half shell. No matter where you look, there’s always a chance that you’ll find someone who was inspired by the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. If you look closely, you’ll probably see some of that inspiration in each of the videos below!

Mick Foley Interrupts TMNT Wrestling Match


During the Paradise City Comic-con, Florida Super Cosplay Wrestling put on a pretty interesting show for the audience. One event saw Casey Jones and April O’Neil taking on none other than Neegan from The Walking Dead. Just as it appeared that Neegan was about to win the match, famous WWE star Mick Foley appeared out of nowhere and used his trademark friend Socko to lend a hand to April and Casey. Was the whole thing incredibly cheesy and somewhat poorly acted? Sure, but it was still a lot of fun to watch!

The Mad Gear Performs Tunes From Turtles in Time


There are few things more nostalgic than the music from Turtles in Time. Recently, The Mad Gear decided to do a cover of just one song from this popular TMNT game. Needless to say, they did a pretty amazing job! In this video, you’ll get to see the live studio recording of their cover while reliving memories of the time you almost beat this awesome title. Just try not to get shellshocked this time, eh?

TMNT Production Coordinator Talks Video Games


Melvin Young is the production coordinator for Rise of the TMNT. He also worked on Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. In this video, Melvin discusses how important video games have been in his life and some of the lessons he has learned while playing them. His overall message is incredibly positive, and I couldn’t help but to be inspired by his approach to work and life. If you know anyone who thinks video games are a waste of time, show them this video and give them a different perspective to consider.

Which of these TMNT videos was your favorite? Did any of them inspire you or make you nostalgic? Share your thoughts and opinions either in the comments below or on facebook/twitter.

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