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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!
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
After a couple of barren weeks, TMNT comics return. First, Karai’s solo arc continues in the pages of TMNT Universe. Then, the conclusion to the Robotanimals miniseries marks the end of the TMNT Amazing Adventures branding (for now). Oh, and there’s a nice inclusion to the
After a month-long campaign on Kickstarter, Kevin Eastman’s graphic novel Drawing Blood has been fully funded. In the end, this crowdfunding enterprise managed to raise a total of $106,176, which will be more than enough to complete the book. The