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Episode 265: 15 Hour Death Fall To The Dreggnaught!

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This 265th episode of Turtle Soup Podcast was live streamed on September 16th, 2021 and we reviewed the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Animated Series Season 10, Episode 5 entitled “Turtles to the Second Power!” We also read a few emails and give some more details about our very own (and first iirc) “Ryan’s Radically Rewatchable Rerun Raffle!”

This episode finds our heroes on the receiving end of the life transfusion that the TMNT from the past were brought to the present to provide. This takes… 15 hours apparently. After the 15 hours have passed and all 8 Turtles are back in tip top shape they head out to take care of some small disturbance in the form of a “Robot Chicken Invasion Force” that took Dregg and Mung around… 15 hours to manufacture. No big deal. So, Carter decides to split the team up and have the TMNT from the past stay and deal with the Robot Chicken Invasion Force and the TMNT of the present go with him to take care of Dregg.

During this time, Shredder and Krang are walking around the streets of New York planning their revenge on Dregg. They come up with a plan that involves Krang using his “mental brain powers” that apparently allow him to hypnotize weak-minded individuals for about 30 minutes. They decide on capturing one of Mung’s Batmen, who happen to just be in the same area as them, and so using the ancient foot clan art of “try to shoot me and miss and hit this other thing that falls on top of you,” Shredder and Krang now have their hypnotized Batman.

They get him to treat them as captives. They head to the power plant and then try to fool Dregg with a bogus chip but get ratted out by Dregg’s Krang brain. Just then the TMNT show up and fighting ensues. This ends in Dregg seemingly winning the fight and then enacts his plan to bring a little piece of the sun into all the major cities of the world. He then calls the “league of nations” to make his demands and they just laugh him off and say they don’t deal with fake threats. Turns out, while the fighting was happened, Donny T does some machines and basically rigs the computers virtual reality simulator to make Dregg think his plan had worked.

Mean while, April O’Neil is trying to get the help of the local authorities but they apparently are too busy to care. The TMNT from the past are rope-a-doping the Robot Chicken Invasion Force and manage to commandeer one of them and head back to the power plant. Splinter is just chillin in the lair when Landor and Merrick finally show up.

Oh I forgot to mention that there was a subplot of “will the future cops be able to make it back in time to take the past TMNT back to the past from the future because we can’t get the internet to bounce a signal off a star to the future to let them know that the present day TMNT have received a successful transfusion of live force from the TMNT of the past and they are pretty much no longer needed…”

At the power plant, more fighting is about to take place when the TMNT from the past burst through the wall with the Robot Chicken Invasion Force machine and then are quickly dismantled by Dregg’s microbots. Then more fighting happens and then the Donatello’s are able to reconfigure the transport machine and basically send all that remains of Dregg’s Robot Chicken Invasion Force from wrecking all the major cities around the world to a remote asteroid in space… basically sentencing them to space prison death. And then the Donatello’s turn Dregg’s plan against him by sending a piece of the sun into the Dreggnaught, thus enacting a death sentence on all of its crew and then they end up sending Dregg, Mung and the rest of the Batmen up there as well.

Shredder and Krang are presumably sent back to Dimension X but its not very clear.

The 8 TMNT and Carter all book it out of the nuclear power plant as its about to blow due to some weird connection with the Dreggnaughts transport device and the one in the plant. Only to manage an escape from the most anticlimactic explosion.

Then April shows up with Landor and Merrick. They send the past TMNT back and then take Carter to the future.

  • Would you have split the TMNT teams up like Carter did or mix and match?
  • How much red is on Donatello’s ledger?
  • What do you think Carter is doing in the future?
  • Have you ever executed/witnessed or been the victim of the ancient foot clan art of “missed me now hit you?”
  • Is there a better name for that shtick?
  • What did you think of this episode/trilogy?

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Episode 264: Shrang, Actually!

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In this episode we take a look at some TMNT toy news from Neca and Playmates as well as discuss the announcement from Mirage Licensing. Finally, we take an in-depth look at Episode 4 of Season 10 of the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Animated Series – “A Turtle In Time!”

Starting things off with a highlight in the way of NECA announcing they reached an agreement with Stan Sakai enabling them to make action figures of Sakai’s signature samurai rabbit, Usagi Yojimbo! We take a look at some of the previous Usagi Yojimbo action figures that we’ve got in past TMNT toy lines, how he appears in the 87 animated series and compared them to the 3d rendered image NECA released to the press. This is looking to be the best Usagi Yojimbo figure we’ve ever seen! The hype is real here at Turtle Soup!

And then the hype train comes to an abrupt halt with Playmates reveal of their TMNT vs series, starting off with a Cobra Kai crossover. We discuss the popularity of Cobra Kai and how this concept is kind of cool, but then quickly turn to talking about how Playmates seem to be missing the mark with their repeated use of nearly a decade old sculpts of the TMNT figures from their classics line.

Lastly, for the news, we discuss the formal announcement of the official dissolving of Mirage Licensing and what witnessing this means to life long TMNT fans.

Finally, we get to the meat of the episode with our review of Episode 4 “A Turtle In Time” of Season 10 of the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Animated Series. This is the climax to a 3 part story where Dregg and Mung finally execute their plan to drain the TMNT of their “ninja abilities” and as a bonus, due to their newly discovered punk rock attitude, Shredder and Krang have been added to the Dregg’s brain drain cocktail. However, Dregg greatly underestimated the cleverness of the Shredder, who is able to escape and take his emaciated “friend” Krang with him back to Earth and find a way to restore him to full health by giving of his own energy through a transfusion! An act that shows so much growth and maturity from two tired and played out characters that found them revitalized and renewed, leaving us (at least us here at Turtle Soup) wanting more! The turtles eventually escape with the help of Carter and Splinter who bounced a message from the internet off a star to our friends from the future, Landor and Merrick, who hear and respond by returning to the present to then return to the past and recruit the past TMNT to assist them in the rescuing of the present day TMNT. April manages to get the present day Turtles out of their cells and eventually meets up with Carter and the past TMNT and with their powers combined, are able to yeet Dregg into another room, giving them enough time to escape the Dreggnaught and make it back to Earth only to be confronted with the weird metal monstrosity that Mung used the microbes to create.

  • How are the turtles gonna get out of this one?
  • Why would Dregg think that a giant robot would be a threat to a team of mutant ninjas who have spent most of their lives destroying giant robots?
  • Were you happy to see Landor and Merrick again or meh?
  • Have you ever bounced a message off a star to the future from the internet?

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Episode 263: So, Anyway, I Just Started Grabbing!

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Here is Episode 263 of our Podcast Turtle Soup! This was live streamed on Thursday 8/26/2021 at 8pm EST. On this episode we review the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Animated Series Season 10 Episode 3 – “The Power of Three.” We also have some news in the way of April O’Neil herself as a playable character in the upcoming beat em up video game, Shredder’s Revenge!

This episode of the Animated Series, ushers in the return of the original antagonists of the show Shredder and Krang, when Dregg hear’s tale of two villains from Dimension X who tangled with the Turtles from Mung and decides to use their transporter to bring them back to Earth and assist in their scheme’s against the TMNT. However, Shredder and Krang do not play well with others who think they are on their level or above.

Carter finally decides to accept the cure for his mutation and then takes off presumably back to college.

April finds herself at a new job or at the very least with a paycheck from a different news outlet than Channel 6. She gets stuck in traffic only to find herself unwillingly the chauffeur for Shredder and Krang who are in the process of fleeing Mung who is pursuing them from a ship above as they violently rejected Dregg’s alliance offer.

The Turtles home gets flooded as a result of the power it took Mung and Dregg to bring Shredder and Krang from Dimension X that basically blacked out the city and effected the sewage system as well. They eventually find Splinter and then immediately gets the distress call from April. They eventually catch up to April, Shredder and Krang still running from Mung.

High speed car chase / car rooftop ninja action ensues.

Eventually, our heroes and villains find themselves transported to Dregg. Fighting continues and this results in Dregg getting the upper hand and puts April in an electrified cage while the TMNT are placed in some sort of cryochamber and declared his intentions with the captured Turtles and their now mutual antagonist Shredder and Krang.

Come hang out and join our discussions on the episode and other stuff like:

  • Were you happy to see Krang and Shredder back?
  • Why were the TMNT scared of water?
  • Do you ship Shredder and Krang like we do?
  • How creepy is too creepy for touchy uncles?
  • Do you prefer Dregg and Mung over Shredder and Krang?
  • Are the TMNT better off with or without Carter?
  • Is this the first time we’ve seen a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, whistle?
  • Do Ninja Turtles dream of Ninja Sheep?

Let us know your answers in the comments or email us at

Lastly, we mention the “Win Ryan’s 87 Turtle Van Dvd Set” raffle/contest! We go into more details on the show and will continue to do so but the basics are:

  • Must be a Turtle Soup Show YouTube Channel Subscriber to be entered.
  • Subbing to the Turtle Soup Show YouTube Channel also gets you one entry into the raffle.
  • Being a Patron also gets you an entry into the raffle.
  • Commenting on any of our videos will get you one entry into the raffle (just once.)
  • Emailing an entry into our simultaneous “Turtles Come Out And Fight That” launch contest will get you one entry into the raffle (more on this later.)

So, essentially you can get up to 4 entries into the raffle.

All this and more to be discussed on Turtle Soup Podcast, live streamed every Thursday at 8pm EST!


Episode 262: Qwerty Keys and Circus Freaks!

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On this 262nd episode of the Turtle Soup Podcast, we review the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Animated Series – Season 10 – Episode 2 “The Beginning of the End” from Sept 21st 1996.

This episode finds the TMNT still dealing with Leonardo’s “hyper mutation” brought on by Dregg’s Microbots disrupting the power to the lair during an attempted cure for their unstable mutations from episode 1 of this season. Donny tries yet again to cure Leo of his hyper mutation and appears to be successful however Leo starts to feel sick again and the other Turtles (namely Raphael), are ruthless in their needless bullying of him. Carter is still lamenting that he is still uncured of his mutation as well.

All the while, the baddies are continuing their schemes to further mutate the turtles out of existence. In order to accomplish this Dregg needs some materials that they don’t have at the moment so Mung suggests Plutonium as an alternative. We see hyper mutated Leo hit the streets again and this time destroys a hockey arena.

We also get to witness more of April’s apathetic attitude toward doing any TMNT related stories for the news anymore. On top of that, we get to see her fawn of the wonders of the internet and its glorious ability to allow her to research stories. Stories about carjackings and how to determine who, what, when, where, and why the next one will take place. Dregg gets the Plutonium. April hides in a car that gets stolen, in an attempt to get into a chop shop (an attempt that is successful, surprisingly).

Dregg shows up at the chop shop and uses the microbots to transform it into a… science base? Leo is potentially “cured” but quickly is informed that he’s nuclear!

  • Can the Turtles prevent Leo from exploding and taking a chunk of New York with him?
  • Will this be the Turtle story that breaks April’s back?
  • Why is there a room full of animals in cages and 1 loose gorilla?
  • Will we see “Otto Wrecker” ever again?
  • Will Carter walk away and go to college this time?
  • Is breaking into a facility to steal plutonium as easy as cartoons make it seem?

All this and more to be discussed on Episode 262 of Turtle Soup Podcast, live streamed every Thursday at 8pm EST!

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Episode 261: A Mung Among Us!

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This is Episode 261 of our Podcast Turtle Soup, that was live streamed on Thursday 8/12/2021 at 8pm EST.

And so begins our journey’s steps toward the bitter sweet “beginning of the end” part of our trek through the entire history of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, as we start our review of the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Animated Series, Season 10, Episode 1 “The Return of Dregg!”

We last left our heroes still appearing on CBS and in what is referred to as the “Red Skys” of New York City. They have finally locked Krang, Shredder, Bebop and Rocksteady and the rest of the Foot Clan in Dimension X, dealt with the mutant cult H.A.V.O.K. and its leader Titanus, quickly dismissed the lackluster threat of Doomquest while simultaneously disgracing the would be alien dictator Lord Dregg and sent him packing.

If that wasn’t enough, the turtles have to deal with their unstable mutations manifesting themselves at the worst times, as well as having to search for a remedy to them. Helping the turtles is their new friend Carter, who has joined the team in hopes of training under Splinter’s tutelage (or so he claims.). April O’Neil, is still around but is very much different from how we remember her from the seasons leading up to the “red skys.”

Now, in season 10, we find the Turtles and Carter on the precipice of a cure to their unstable mutations. However, while they’ve been making headway toward a remedy, Lord Dregg has made his way back to Earth. This time he has banished his second in command, The Hi-Tech to a mission out in space, and replaced him with a new character named Mung. Along with Mung comes new henchmen that look sort of like a variation of some red para demons. In this episode, all the turtles besides Leo, get their mutations seemingly cured. While Leo’s mutation evolves into more of a monstrous form. Carter feels like he’s to blame for this and attempts to walk away from the turtles and splinter and contemplates going to college lol.

There are microbots that are the creation of Mung that can replicate themselves and in mass, they can disassemble material objection and reassemble them however they are directed. There’s also a crystal that can be replicated from just a shard of it to make an exact copy of it and its properties as well.

Come hang out and join our discussions on the episode and other stuff like: Would you choose Mung over Hi-Teck, like Dregg did or nah?

  • How does the TMNT’s virtual reality tests work?
  • Did you like Mikey and Leo’s further mutations?
  • Have you warmed up to Carter or really hope he goes away to college?
  • Have you enjoyed the red skies seasons of the animated series or do you prefer blue skies?
  • Were you disappointed to see Dregg return, especially after the end of Season 9?

All this and more to be discussed on Episode 261 of Turtle Soup Podcast, live streamed every Thursday at 8pm EST!

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Episode 260: Hometown, Japan!

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Here is the audio from the live stream for episode 260 of Turtle Soup Podcast that was streamed 8/5/2021 at 8pm EST on Youtube. We reviewed the 1996 TMNT – OVA – Mutant Turtles: Superman Legend produced by Bee Media and Tsuburaya Productions and took a brief look at the corresponding soundtrack.

If this version of the TMNT seems familiar that’s because we’ve seen these designs before and discussed them at length in the following episodes of Turtle Soup Podcast:

  • Episode 240: It’s What’s Going On! – (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Playmates Super Mutants Cyclone Cycle and the Metal Mutant Cycle (1995))
  • Episode 238: Quagmire of Turpitude! – (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Playmates Metal Mutants Figures (1995))
  • Episode 237: For The Kill! – (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Playmates Super Mutant Turtles Figures (1995))
  • Episode 233: Dark Mu And The Double Down Dark Devil Daddy Shredder Sucker Bois! – (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles SUPER TURTLES Manga Vol 3. (1995))
  • Episode 232: Don’t Be A Perv In Splinter’s Body While Throwing Your Pizza At Blood! – (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles SUPER TURTLES Manga Vol 2. (1995))
  • Episode 231: Shredder’s New Groove! – (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles SUPER TURTLES Manga Vol 1. (1995))

Be sure to let us know you’re thoughts on the OVA/Soundtrack and the questions below!

  • Who had the coolest MUTATIONS: TMNT or the FOOT?
  • Where does this version of Shredder rank among the rest?
  • Do you think Foot Soldiers deserve to have vacation time?
  • If you could choose your animal guardian armor what would it be?
  • Do you think time limits on super powers are good or bad?
  • Are you a fan of power ups or are they just heap gimmicks?

Join us every Thursday at 8pm EST on Youtube to discuss all the stuff and more as we continue our trek through every piece of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle history!

Episode 259: Mini Mikey’s Mighty Morphin Mustache Misadventure!

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On this thrilling episode of Turtle Soup, we continue on through 1996 and take a look at Archie Adventure Series’ Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures – The Year Of The Turtle comic 3 parter! We thought we were completely done with TMNT Adventures but Archie had one more story line for us and its a doozy.

The story revolves around a father telling a child the tale of the last TMNT adventure. This adventure begins with both Splinter and the TMNT as well as Shredder and his new friends T.K.O., Psonic, and Cyberious attempting to acquire as much information about the location of 3 pieces of an ancient talisman that is said to give its bearer the ability to reshape the world however they choose. However, this attribute of the talisman is only fully activated once in a life time by the planets and stars all aligning to make a turtle and shooting a beam of energy down to a precise location on Earth where the bearer of the combined talisman must be in order to use it to its full capacity. This is no easy task, the Turtles have to use all their varied strengths to find any clues to the locations need to bring all this together in time. Along with Shredder’s new allies, the TMNT will have to overcome the combined forces of Mother Nature, Killer Monks, Himalayan Temple Booby Traps, and a group of young actors with attitude portraying this universe’s take on the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers! Written by Dan Slott and featuring art that is evocative of typical Marvel/DC comics from the mid 90’s, this story has most everything we could ask for and yet still left us wanting more.

  • What did you think of Shredder’s new allies?
  • Which team would you rather be a reserve member of, TMNT or MMPR?
  • Do you prefer your TMNT babyfaced, bearded or mustached?
  • Have you ever used a Turtle as a snow sled before?
  • Do you think that “talkin’ tech” is greater than “does machines?”
  • Do you often use the phrase “caught them with their pants down” as often as 90’s comics wants us to believe that people do?

Well that’s it for this stacked episode! Join us next week as we head back to Japan and review the Mutant Turtles: Superman Legend OVA and Sound Track!

  • Personal Garbage: 4:06
  • Listener Emails: 12:28
  • TMNT Adventures – Year of the Turtle – #1: 27:40
  • TMNT Adventures – Year of the Turtle – #2: 81:24
  • TMNT Adventures – Year of the Turtle – #3: 122:30


Episode 258: The Devil’s Monster!

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On this 258th episode of Turtle Soup, we take a look at the final two issues of the collected Mutant Turtles Gaiden Comic published by Dengeki Comics, written by Hiroshi Kanno and translated into English by the Optical Internet Translation Gang. Also, Adam Winters (the provider of the raw files) even makes a surprise guest appearance in the chat and adds a spoon full of extra insight to these issues!

In issue 3, now knowing Splinter is still alive and continuously finding himself at odds with the TMNT and their friend April O’Neil, The Shredder decides to call for the big guns! And guns we mean all the guns! As a result of his successful theft of the Jewel of the Nile in issue 2, the Foot Clan have managed to open a portal to Dimension X and bring forth the aforementioned “big guns” in the form of what we in the states would commonly recognize as “The Technodrome,” but now featuring an autonomous “daruma doll” head replacing the garish eye ball and is here referred to as “THE DEVIL’S MONSTER!!!” We also get to see more of Rocksteady and a badass impractical hotrod version of a transport module!

In issue 4, The Shredder makes one final attempt at ending the Turtles once and for all by way of a mysterious ancient Japanese sword known as the “Muramasa Blade.” This blade has an unexplainable effect on the human mind that causes it to be “possessed” until it accomplishes its goals. This can only happen once every 100 years and of course, this year is the 100th year so The Foot Clan are headed to Japan. However, they aren’t slumming it on an airplane like the Turtles eventually will… no, they embark on this globe trotting journey in the comfort of… THE DEVIL’S SUBMARINE!!! This thing is fantastic! Its soooo super villainy that anything less than this should be a felony (sorry bad Ice Ice Baby pun/reference). Its basically a submarine that has fins like a whale and the same if not similar daruma doll head we last saw on the technodrome or better yet… THE DEVIL’S MONSTER!!! As mentioned earlier, the Turtles and Splinter make their way to Japan as well due to a strange calling Splinter received. Also, it just so happens that Channel 6 is doing a report on the ancient Japanese armory show where the Muramasa sword is showcased and they sent none other than April O’Neil and Irma to cover the case! Can Shredder and the Foot Clan beat the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and their friends to the highly desired mysterious ancient sword showcase and use its strange abilities to enact their evil plan?

We also FINALLY get to play a video review of the Australian Pizza Hut Specialty TMNT Green Mutagen Ranch Pizza that was expertly crafted and delivered to us by our down under correspondent Mike Hatfield!

And lastly, we take a look at the new Neca TMNT action figure reveals/news from Neca Con! Filled to the brim with Turtle goodness this episode!

Be sure to check back next week as we dive back into some TMNT Adventures and a story called “Year of the Turtle!”


Personal Garbage: 6:09

News: 10:16

Emails/Video: 43:00

Content: 58:49

Post Show: 2:34:56

Episode 257: Full Frontal Phony Turtle Taint!

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On this episode of Turtle Soup Podcast we take a look at the Japanese only release of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic entitled “Mutant Turtle Gaiden” published by Dengeki Comics, written by Hiroshi Kanno and translated into English by the Optical Internet Translation Gang. This release was released back in the December of 1994 and collected in one volume. We’ll be discussing issues 3 and 4 next episode. These stories are basically retellings of the Turtles first encounters with Shredder, Bebop, Rocksteady, and Krang as well as April O’Neil and the Channel 6 news team!

Issue 1 has very similar beats to the 1987 cartoon’s first few episodes and the 1990 live action movie. We get introduced to April O’Neil who has a run in with The Foot Clan which results in her being saved by the TMNT in one of their first ventures out of the sewer. Shredder has a Weather Control Device like most villains who plan on world domination. He also has a unique penchant for pontificating on and on about Hell.

Issue 2 continues with Shredders attempts at world domination taking a back seat to finding a way to deal with the TMNT so that they cannot stand in his way. In typical 80’s villain fashion, Shredder brings out his phony mecha turtles to frame our heroes for crimes they didn’t commit in order to have the city they’re trying to protect turn against them. This plan almost works but is just barely subverted by Bebop and Rocksteady’s mission to acquire The Jewel of the Nile, an integral piece to Shredders plan!

The art in these issues are great however some decisions were made that left us questioning a lot of things and hence the title of the episode. I’ll leave it at that for now.

We also discuss some TMNT Toy News!

Emails: 10:02

News: 15:59

Content: 40:21

Post Show: 2:29:11

Episode 256: Waterbed Coptoonalingus!

Greetings everyone!

On this episode we make a triumphant return to reviewing comics in the way of:

  • TMNT/Savage Dragon Crossover #1
  • Savage Dragon #22
  • TMNT/Savage Dragon Playmates Toys Mini Comic
  • TMNT/Creed #1.

Crossovers are nothing new to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. They are a rare property that seems to blend seamlessly within any environment you introduce them to. However, the Savage Dragon universe is no stranger to the TMNT. They first met back in 1993 when they came together to fight Virago and some gargoyles in Savage Dragon #2 and TMNT/Savage Dragon Crossover #1 (1993).

Now, 2 years later, the TMNT find themselves in the Windy City of Chicago yet again for another tag team fight with Officer Dragon. This time its an antagonist from the TMNT’s universe known as Complete Carnage! We then jump to the year 1996 and review a TMNT/Savage Dragon Mini Comic that was packed in with the Playmates TMNT and Savage Dragon toy lines. The looks of the TMNT in this comic are based on the toys that are themselves based on designs from Jim Lee. Another thing that the TMNT are no stranger to is the comic book trope that any time heroes from different worlds meet, they absolutely must fight before they can team up, and this comic is essentially that scenario.

Finally, we take a look at the TMNT’s team up with a character named Mark from a book called CREED. One of the things I loved about the TMNT in this era is that when they teamed up with other more obscure indy characters, you could almost feel the excitement jumping from the page. This is definitely evident here in this issue of TMNT/CREED. Trent Kaniuga’s take on the Turtles is pure Mirage goodness that left us wanting more!

  • Personal Garbage: 10:00
  • Content: 20:20
  • Post Show: 3:00:50
  • What are your thoughts on the TMNT crossovers?
  • Were you reading Savage Dragon or CREED back in the 90s?
  • What property would you love to see the TMNT crossover with?
  • Is there any property that you think absolutely wouldn’t work as a TMNT crossover?
  • Did you ever own a waterbed or have any waterbed related stories?