An anomaly among Saban’s other 90’s shows that reused Japanese footage, Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation was an original live action series that loosely continued the story of the original three TMNT movies and introduced the controversial fifth Ninja Turtle, Venus De Milo.
The Turtles are back after their 2014 reboot for a sequel that is an improvement in pretty much every way, with some fun, ridiculous action sequences and a tone that feels more like the cartoons we know and love.
The Turtles look to be taking part in some massive set pieces as they face off against a ton of villains including a returning Shredder, mutants Bebop and Rocksteady and a possible alien invasion led by Krang in TMNT 2: Out of the Shadows.
We revisit the first episode of the 1987 TMNT cartoon for the latest edition of Auto Pilot. Cowabunga!
The Turtles delivered one of the most baffling and excruciating holiday specials of all time with the infamous We Wish You a Turtles Christmas.
Everything Action is having a Tubular Turtles Thanksgiving with the latest liver destroying Everything Alcohol commentary for the classic 1990 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie
Do the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have Pizza Power or has Michael Bay’s influence destroyed another beloved childhood favorite?
With the new movie coming out this week, Zach, Chris and regular commentator, Chris Ali, decided to watch something TMNT related that would make the new one seem amazing by comparison, the entire Coming Out of Their Shells concert, filmed at Radio City Music Hall.
The first full trailer for the Michael Bay produced TMNT has arrived and gives the best look yet at the Turtles, Shredder and Splinter but the movie still seems like it could be a train wreck.
The definitive history of the Ninja Turtles is arriving in August with the documentary, Turtle Power.