Every now and then, Twitter will be used as a force for good. Veteran writer and artist Sophie Campbell took to twitter yesterday to let us all know that she will be taking over as writer and artist for an upcoming storyline for IDW Publishing’s ongoing TMNT comic book with issue #101. Sophie Campbell […]Read More Not-Exclusive: Sophie Campbell to take over IDW’s TMNT comic
Spoilers for basically anything involving a Ninja Turtle. Seriously, y’all should’ve read this stuff by now. So with the bombshell reveal that was issue #95, the ongoing Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic book from IDW Publishing seems to be pulling no punches on it’s road to what may be a landmark one hundredth issue. Just […]Read More Jennika: what’s the big deal?
On February 28th, 1998, and episode of Power Rangers in Space aired featuring the heroes in a half-shell from Ninja Turtles the Next Mutation. The episode in question was called Shell Shocked and it was glorious. Seriously, I love that episode. But ever since then, a crossover featuring the Power Rangers and the TMNT have […]Read More Power Rangers/TMNT…it’s finally happening…
So something of a bombshell has rocked the Turtle fan community with the reveal in issue 95 of the ongoing comic book from IDW that Jennika, everyone’s favorite assassin turned caretaker has been mutated into a turtle. Surprisingly, this reveal has been accepted much more openly than I was expecting. While there is the occasional […]Read More who are the best fifth Turtles?
Issue #95 of the ongoing TMNT comic book from IDW Publishing finally hit store shelves this past Wednesday and it was kind of a big deal if you ask me. Not only is this the half-way mark with the current story arc “City at War, it’s also a mere five issues away from the one […]Read More IDW’s TMNT #95 and that shocking final page
While I can’t speak to the financial success of the ongoing Teeange Mutant Ninja Turtles comic book series from IDW Publishing, all I can tell you is that it has been a hit with the fans. I don’t need sales figures for that statement to ring true with you either (although, breaking Diamond’s Top 100 […]Read More IDW’s TMNT: where the hell do we start?
Death and loss is something all of us are going to have to deal with at some point in our lives, and no matter what we think, no matter what anyone tells us, we will not be ready for it. We will not come away from it clean. The Crow was first published by Caliber […]Read More The Crow, a look back
Inspired by the runaway success of the Batman/TMNT crossover comics from IDW Publishing and DC Comics, Diamond Select Toys is headed to the 2019 San Diego Comic Con with an exclusive Michelangelo action figure. This awesome looking piece from Diamond Select will (for now) be a SDCC exclusive limited to just ten thousand pieces. […]Read More TMNT/Batman figures from Diamond Select coming soon?
just the basics: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles a look back at the best damn action figures ever made For Nicole- My wife and best friend For Rob- The King of the hosers Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: just the basics Back in 1988, a toy company called Playmates released the greatest action figure line in toys […]Read More just the basics: the whole story
Since first appearing on the indie comic book scene back in 1984, Miyamoto Usagi, the ronin rabbit, has had a long and storied history in the black and white comics from both Fantagraphics Books and Dark Horse Comic respectively. The wandering swordsman is perhaps best know for his frequent team-ups with the Teenage Mutant Ninja […]Read More Usagi Yojimbo finds a new home