Cowabunga dudes! Fans Can Meet the Cast and Preview Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Mutant Mayhem Character Posters.

Here, fans can preview everything lurking under the sewer and prowling the streets with the release of the meet the cast of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Mutant Mayhem ahead of its release!

TMNT Mutant Mayhem in NYCAnyone excited for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Mutant Mayhem have a lot of cool stuff to cheer for this week. Not only do we have a meet the cast video, but all the character posters have been unleashed! They are presented below.

Hopefully there’ll be a means to collect them too. To own all sixteen prints would be awesome, and it’ll certainly fill up any collector’s wall. Here, we can see everyone up close and personal, and what’s offered is a terrific buildup to the summer blockbuster everyone is most likely to talk about. 

This franchise has gotten countless reboots and attempts to be realised on the big screen. There’s a lot that needs to be realised, and while the animation and art style is will take getting used to, thankfully the talents behind this work are 100% behind it, and hopefully it’ll reignite interest in a beloved property that’s now 39 years old!

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Cowabunga Dudes! TMNT Mutant Mayhem is Coming in One Year’s Time!

In addition to this logo announcment, the TMNT Mutant Mayhem mural is spotted in New York City on the corner of Canal St. and Lafayette.

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Although the details are scant, Seth Rogan and Paramount Pictures wants fans to know that in precisely a year’s time, TMNT Mutant Mayhem will hit theatres! This animated film will hit theatres August 4, 2023. And over at Otakunoculture.com, we love our turtles! Well, minus the Michael Bay films, that is.

This producer said in the past that it’ll focus on these turtles in the half shell will be embrace everything that a presumedly modern teen will face. This work was first announced to be in development in 2020, and it’s good that we’re finally hearing there’s movement in this project. Nickelodeon plans to follow-up with additional projects too, and this other studio says it will focus on the villains. With the film, we can expect it to bring on some fond favourites and perhaps create some new ones. Baxter Stockman has always been that fly on the wall which our own Ed Sum hopes can be more than the comedic relief from the classic series I grew up with.

In addition to this logo announcment, the TMNT Mutant Mayhem mural is spotted in New York City on the corner of Canal St. and Lafayette.

TMNT Mutant Mayhem

Not a lot more information is known so far, but we will report further details as it becomes available. To keep up, please also check Twitter with the hashtag #TMNTMovie

Top 25 SNES Games of All Time. Dreaming in Digital’s Conclusion

Welcome to the endlessly delayed third and final part of my list of picks for the Top 25 SNES games of all time.

shawnBy Shawn Trommeshauser
(Dreaming in Digital)

Welcome to the endlessly delayed third and final part of my list of picks for the Top 25 Super Nintendo games of all time. Only ten games left and several of the greatest games of all time are showing up in this one! To make things handy, here are the links to Part 1 and Part 2.  As previously stated, I had to give myself a few guidelines to keep the list at a reasonable size.

Rule 1: The game must have been released in the North American Market in the 90’s. This eliminates several foreign region titles I enjoyed such as Rockman & Forte, and The Firemen.

Rule 2: It must be a game I originally played on an actual Super Nintendo when it was current, not something I discovered in later years through re-releases, or emulation of fan-translations on PC. A lot of Role Playing Games got bumped due to this. Seiken Densetsu 3, Final Fantasy V, and Front Mission to name a few.

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Explaining a bit of Turtle Science in Out of Shadows

Teenage-Mutant-Ninja-Turtles-Out-of-the-Shadows-posterBy Ed Sum (The Vintage Tempest)

*Spoiler Alert!

With a movie title like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, I figured part of the story is going to be about these heroes in the half shell coming out of the darkness they are hiding in and entering into the public eye. They have been fighting New York crime at night and while they leave the thieves all tied up for the police to take away, they do not necessarily leave their calling card around, like Spider-Man. Plenty of subtexts are offered in what they represent to the city and never getting the recognition they deserve, but the story does not go deep enough in that territory. The movie provides more fan-service moments to the masses in a hyper-violent kind of way. In a different spectrum, the obligatory scene with April O’Neil (Megan Fox) in a short skirt gets included too.

A lot of the set pieces have a feel of having been done before. From A-Team (2010) to Transformers (2007-present), I really had to wonder why having Bumblebee appear mattered at all? The obvious answer is because Michael Bay is producing and David Green’s name as the director is just a nod. I liked his movie Earth to Echo; it had a charm to it. His name is sadly overshadowed by Bay’s style. Any movie this producer touches is more about flash and bang for your buck. In that regard, this movie succeeds with plenty of explosive action, stupid hijinks and a plot riddled with holes that I can stick a rhino’s horn into. One is not enough to fill the many problems in this movie. While I love Donatello’s aptitude for tech, there are times I wonder where he gets the parts to build some of his toys, I get the feeling he raids Tony Stark‘s garbage pile for all those discarded tech he has! (side note: yes, please give me a TMNT / Avengers crossover movie)

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Cowabunga! NECA Announces SDCC 2016 TMNT Exclusives!

NECATurtlesSDCC1By James Robert Shaw (The Wind up Geek)

NECA Toys is looking to make collectors’ heads spin with an announcement of their latest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT) sculpts. Due to make their debut at the 2016 San Diego Comic Con (SDCC), these TMNT figures are modeled after the smash 1989 Konami co-op arcade game. Figures are available in a 4-pack that when opened will recreate the look of the original arcade cabinets. The Turtle pack comes with Donatello, Michelangelo, Leonardo and Raphael. The Foot Clan pack will contain Shredder and three of his Foot Soldiers, each Foot Soldier is painted a unique colour that reflects their in-game appearance.

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