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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Comic Book

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters

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Though we’re still a few months shy of the brand new TMNT CG animated series starting up on Nickelodeon, IDW Publishing has already teamed with Nick, and the legendary Kevin Eastman, to launch a brand new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic book series. The new book actually goes full circle, bringing the Turtles back to their roots as a new take on the original run, which Eastman helped pioneer. Along with new co-writer Tom Waltz, and art by Dan Duncan, Sam Kieth, and Walter Simonson, the book hopes to capture the original magic, as well generate some new mojo of it’s own with a little updated Turtle Power. Issue 1 is now available in stores, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Ultimate Collection volume 1 will hit stores in October, including issues 1-7 from Mirage Studio’s, and the Raphael one-shot by Eastman and co-creator Peter Laird.

Though we’re still a few months shy of the brand new TMNT CG animated series starting up on Nickelodeon, IDW Publishing has already teamed with Nick, and the legendary Kevin Eastman, to launch a brand new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic book series. The new book actually goes full circle, bringing the Turtles back to their roots as a new take on the original run, which Eastman helped pioneer. Along with new co-writer Tom Waltz, and art by Dan Duncan, Sam Kieth, and Walter Simonson, the book hopes to capture the original magic, as well generate some new mojo of it’s own with a little updated Turtle Power. Issue 1 is now available in stores, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Ultimate Collection volume 1 will hit stores in October, including issues 1-7 from Mirage Studio’s, and the Raphael one-shot by Eastman and co-creator Peter Laird.

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic books issue 50

The Dark Knight better make sure the Batcave is stocked-up on pizza because he’s about to have company in the Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Comic Book.

Unlike previous Ninja Turtles IDW issues, Leonardo’s micro series is the first time artist Ross Campbell is drawing the Turtles, and boy does he deliver. His portrayal of the turtles (mainly Leo) is fresh and amazing. The action feels alive and moves smoothly from panel to panel as if you are watching an animated sequence. The backgrounds are well chosen, full of details that immerse the reader into the non stop action of Leo vs the Foot. After reading this issue i find myself hoping that Mr Campbell will do more Ninja Turtles comic book in the future as his talent is definitely fitting the Turtles world.