Honestly, considering the overall turgid quality of the movie, the first entry in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot did a fine job with Shredder. As you can see above, the costume design was absurdly excessive. So many superfluous blades! But hey—it looked a lot like a contemporary Shredder. The sequel, however,…
Car, meet giant shredder machine. Giant shredder machine, meet car. Oh dammit, you’re going to eat the car. It’s always fun to watch giant shredders tear up and break things but it’s even more fun when they turn something that’s big and really hard to break—like a car—and just go through it like it’s some rag doll toy…
Yum. If I were a giant shredder, I can’t imagine many things more fun to crush and destroy and eat than bulletproof glass. The way it completely shatters into glass dust, the fight it gives because it’s so strong, it’s all so damn satisfying. Watch the destruction below, as the shredder takes down all the ballistic…
Remember those giant shredders that can chomp on anything, from cars to fridges? This mechanical monster is basically a smaller version of those, attached to an excavator arm. It can disintegrate any tree in seconds. If there's ever a zombie apocalypse, I want to have one of these.
So far, we've only seen glimpses of the new Shredder's armor in the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie. Now we finally get a good look at the villain's armored samurai look—and my, what big knife hands he has.
We've seen Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles set photos of Megan Fox as April O'Neil and the titular turtles in their mo-cap suits, but who will be wearing Shredder's mask? William Fichtner is stepping up to the villainous plate.
The Feds are pounding at your door. You have to destroy the evidence now. But they've cut the power! Your sophisticated top-of-the-line paper shredder needs electricity. What now?! The manual shredder has your back.
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, here's an exclusive first look at the next issue of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, which features the return of the Shredder. This issue hits stands this Wednesday, May 30. Here's the synopsis and a seven-page preview:
The latest curveball to come swerving out of Michael Bay's alien Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle reboot is the revelation that the title will be simply Ninja Turtles. ("Paramount marketing changed the name," said the producer.)
Every now and again, supervillains will try a new outfit or modus operandi to thwart their do-gooding nemeses. Sometimes this tactic works, and the new schtick becomes part and parcel of a character's mythos. Other times, this change lasts 15 minutes and everyone forgets it ever happened. These are those times.
It sounds insane, but DARPA recently laid down a challenge to computer scientists: work out how to reconstruct shredded pages of paper. The winning team has finished — two days ahead of schedule.
Finally, Black & Decker answers the question: What would Steve Jobs' paper disposal system look like?
In 1990, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles kicked off the "Coming Out of Their Shells" hair metal tour, a corporate cash grab so abysmal and confounding that it made children everywhere doubt that friendly genetic abominations lived in Manhattan's sewage.
While this hoodie will make me look almost as snazzy as the oh-so-evil Shredder, odds are that I won't have any more success against do-gooder turtles than he. Maybe I should just wear a pretty, girly dress instead.
An unidentified man working with a cardboard shredder in Lincoln Heights, LA was killed in what must have been a horrifying fashion after getting tangled in the device.