While TMNT began as a comic, the 1987 TMNT TV series that would re-brand these dark comic vigilantes into a group of friendly and lighthearted heroes, and bring them into the mainstream. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise would include several new TV series, including the current one which debuted in 2012 (currently in its second season).
The TMNT 2012 TV series features a group of turtles that are a bit more serious than their 1987 counterparts, but still far more friendly than their 1984 rendition. Just like their predecessors, they continue to fight crime in New York City, and provide entertainment for TMNT fans of all ages!
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It’s been a pretty cool year for the Ninja Turtles. While 2012 brought us Nickelodeon’s new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series and revitalized the franchise for a new generation, 2013 brought us a lot of awesome new toys and discussions
It has been a long time coming for Nickelodeon TMNT fans to meet Casey Jones, the masked vigilante who fights crime in his own ways. The upcoming episode “Mutagen Man Unleashed” will premiere both Casey Jones and Mutagen Man (AKA
New York Comic Con featured a huge panel for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and it was a sure crowd-pleaser. Fans gathered and cheered for cast members like Ciro Nieli (executive producer), Brandon Aumen (head writer), Grep Cipes (Michelangelo), Rob
In 1997, the “Green Machine” returned to the small screen to “rock the town without bein’ seen” (thank you, Vanilla Ice). The live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were in homes across America, courtesy of Saban Entertainment. Although the planned fourth