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Nickelodeon's TMNT Cartoon

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Re: Nickelodeon's TMNT Cartoon

Postby buriedbybricks » Thu May 30, 2013 4:54 am

Agreed. Also...

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... the fact that Tim's fat was a direct result of Leo leaving him on the front line was not lost on my 5yo. He got it on a very basic level, but I wouldn't be surprised if Leo had trouble putting others in danger in the future after getting a taste of the burden of command.

Heavy stuff under the surface makes for some fine toonage worthy of the Turtles comic heritage. Helps that they kept just the right amount of wacky too.

Case in point: Issue #22
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Re: Nickelodeon's TMNT Cartoon

Postby Gooker1 » Thu May 30, 2013 10:52 am

Finally, someone responded to the last episode! :) Anyone thinking the Pulverizer will get turned into Mutagen Man?
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Re: Nickelodeon's TMNT Cartoon

Postby Gooker1 » Wed Jun 12, 2013 9:37 am

Krang Prime!!!!!

Saw this on earlier: ... tmnt-nick/

There's a super short clip w/ a few lines of Krang Prime voiced would never guess. Roseanne Barr. :)
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Re: Nickelodeon's TMNT Cartoon

Postby Robzula » Mon Jul 22, 2013 5:14 pm

Oky Wan Kenobi wrote:It's kinda funny how there is a highlight of the latest TMNT episode, but no mention of the Star Wars The Clone Wars season finale, especially since this was originally a Lego Star Wars centric site...

buriedbybricks wrote:I don't know where our two Clone Wars reporters went


onions wrote:kids will think it's a goofy cartoon with weird looking monsters. but for adults if you look deep enough, and you don't have to make any huge stretches of imagination, there is a surprising amount of depth.

That's becoming more and more of a trend in cartoons, Adventure Time and Transformers Prime being my favorite examples.

Anyone else realize Raphael is voiced by Samwise Gamgee?
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Re: Nickelodeon's TMNT Cartoon

Postby onions » Sat Oct 19, 2013 10:10 pm

Squirrelanoids. Thought it was just going to be a filler episode following their "find the canister" story arc, and it mostly was except that it paid homage to

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There may not have been

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an airlock

but their solution was just as satisfying. And since

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is one of my favorite movies of all time, i enjoyed this episode way more than i thought I would.
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Re: Nickelodeon's TMNT Cartoon

Postby Oky Wan Kenobi » Sun Nov 03, 2013 3:07 pm

Hehe, did anybody else catch the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 reference in "Follow the Leader"? XD Also, Mikey using "ninja" instead of the N-word, while a pretty old pun, was pretty funny.
The foot soldier androids were pretty awesome too! Finally some competent goons in this show!
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