It’s been a couple of decades since Stan Saki’s Miyamoto Usagi crossed paths with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – but now, they are about encounter each other again and the future of Japan is at stake.
Dark Horse Comics and IDW will present a reunion twenty years in the making as the ronin rabbit and the heroes on the shell combine talents to take on the maniacal Jei.
The as yet untitled one-shot will be released in July in two formats: a standard comic book format and a deluxe hardcover collector’s edition.
Tamashii Nations is completing its set of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles figures with Raphael and Michelangelgelo set for release in the fall – joining the Leonardo and Donatello figures that will be released later this summer.
The TMNT figures – in the colors of the classic animated series – are being made exclusively for the North american market and will only be available for a limited time. through authorized Bluefin retailers.
Follow the jump for galleries of all four figures. As always, double click on each image to embiggen.
Lots of fun, interesting news on this week’s episode of GeekScholars Movie News, and hosts cover it all with an installment of ‘Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down’. Specifically, the GeekScholars weigh in with their thoughts on:
Casey Jones’ casting for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles sequel
Killer Croc appearing in the Batman-spin off, Suicide Squad
Live-action adaptations of Mulan and Winnie Pooh
A Play-doh film
Hugh Jackman in a religious drama about the apostle Paul
2014 might not have been the best in terms of box office grosses or bums in seats, but there were a lot of really great movies across every genre.
These are not them. These are the fifteen movies that had me wanted my ninety-to-a-hundred-and-forty minutes back. A few did big box office; a few got many terrific reviews; most appalled all who saw them. I doubt any careers were ended by any of them, though some probably should have been.
Without any further ado, follow the jump for my least favorite films of 2014. Enjoy (if that’s the right word)…
The Turtles are coming – to home video, that is! On November 25th, TMNT will be released on DVD, Blu-Ray and Blu-Ray/DVD Combo-Pack. The Blu-Ray will contain eight extra features – including an extended ending sequence and the Shell Shock music video.
Here’s a first – when Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles lets the Turtles be teenaged guys, the film is strikingly funny and even, at times, endearing. When the story takes over it gets boring really quickly.