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Ninja Turtles Facts
Ninja Turtle, Anyone who lived through the ’80s and early ’90s knows the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Their’s is the true story of four talking reptiles and one very large rat who befriend a large-breasted woman on their way to fighting a walking cheese grater and in the process taught us all the way of the ninja. And pizza. They’ve spawned no less than four different comic series, a butt load of merchandise, four animated TV shows, one live-action TV show, nearly twenty video games, an awe-inspiring Vanilla Ice song and now six movies with the release of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows.
All that started from humble beginnings late one night when struggling artists Peter Laird and Kevin Eastman sketched some goofy-looking turtles dressed as ninjas. They decided to do a one-shot comic, started their own company called Mirage Studios, signed a licensing deal on a napkin and just like that, a billion dollar franchise was born.
Ninja Turtle, Although in recent years the Turtles popularity may have waned and Michael Bay continues to try his best to blow all the nostalgia right out of them (but apparently far less so with TMNT 2), there’s still a whole lot of sewer to cover.
In late 2015 DC Comics and IDW Publishing released a six-part Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles miniseries. In it the evil alien warlord and dismembered talking brain, Krang, transports the Ninja Turtles to an alternate universe known as Gotham City. Leo, Mikey, Donnie and Raph soon run into the Caped Crusader, and it is nothing short of glorious. Without giving too much away, Batman mops the floor with them.
Seeing Batman handily defeat four turtles trained in the art of ninjutsu without breaking a sweat is a master class in awesome. And despite their embarrassing showing, the Turtles can’t help but agree. After Splinter distracts Batman with a smoke bomb and the boys are able to flee with their tails between their shells, they immediately head to an internet cafe, look up the Dark Knight’s resume and start drawing up charts on why he’s so awesome.
Suffice to say, they all eventually join forces to fight Shredder and pretty much every bad guy that ever existed in Gotham, including The Joker, who for some reason mutates into a cobra. Because Turtle Power.
Ninja Turtle, The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles seem tailor-made for Japan. So it’s no surprise that in the late ’90s not one but two OVAs (their version of direct-to-video) were created to coincide with the release of the TMNT-inspired Japanese toy lines, Supermutants and Metal Mutants. Overall, they’re similar in appearance to the original cartoon, only anime-fied, and with a title containing as many cool words as possible. What do the shows have to do with Superman? Absolutely nothing.
The plot of Mutant Turtles: Ninja Turtle, Superman Legend is pretty straightforward, involving a tiny fairy in a one-piece, magic crystals called Muta Stones that can turn the Turtles into Super Turtles for exactly 3-minutes, a Ninja Gaiden look-alike, a ghost, a magic mirror, Michelangelo gaining the power of bees and the Super Turtles combining Captain Planet-style into a super-duper turtle called “Turtle Saint.” Also, the Neutrinos play a small role. (Remember them?)
Originally these specials were only available in Japan, but thanks to the Internet and some helpful fansubs the rest of the world can now enjoy this super mutation.