In 1991, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Back From The Sewers was released on the Nintendo Gameboy. I was eight years old, and this little game for the Nintendo’s flagship handheld, is probably the best game in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ vast (yet somewhat lacking) video game library. I had a whole thing planned […]Read More Let’s review TMNT 2: Back From the Sewers
For those not in the know, a small toy manufacturer called Super7, most famous for their line of “classic” Masters of the Universe action figures, has recently set their sights on releasing modern takes on the classic ’88 TMNT line of action figures. Each figure will retail for about forty five dollars (available here) and […]Read More Who should join the TMNT Classics line?
You read that right fans, Super7 is finally getting into the TMNT action figure game. As a part of their tried and true ReAction series of 3.75-inch action figures, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will be coming before the end of the year to bigbadtoystore.com. As stated before, the ReAction line of figures from Super7 […]Read More TMNT figures from Super7 are up for pre-order
Vinyl figures are something of a mystery to me. I know that one of the biggest toy manufacturers in the United States is Funko. Their line of Pop! figures is something that I think appeals to virtually anyone. There is just something in that line for everyone to enjoy. You like Back to the Future? […]Read More TMNT: Shadow Ninjas review
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: just the basics Back in 1988, a toy company called Playmates released the greatest action figure line in toys history. I know that may sound trite or just plain wrong to many of you that read this, but in my opinion, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles first action […]Read More Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: just the basics (updated)
Back in 1990, Dick Tracy was adapted into a feature film starring Warren Betty and Al Pacino. The film was a modest hit at the box office, but in the months leading up to the film, it was expected to be the next Batman at the box office. Back in the day, Batman was a […]Read More the rarest action figure in north america
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have been an almost constant presence in our lives for the past thirty five years. In that time, there have been six live action films, four animated series, two animated films and one live action television series. Add to that a host of action figures series and more collectibles than […]Read More TMNT live action series coming to Netflix?
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?
So for something like, I don’t know, thirty four comic cons now, NECA toys has been displaying their proposed line of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles action figures ripped directly from the 1987 TMNT animated series (aka…the best one). While I give NECA a hard time for displaying figures they seemingly had no real intention of […]Read More Massive NECA TMNT toy display at SDCC 2019