It was only very recently that we learned that TMNT cartoon classic Krang would be heading to the movie sequel, Out of the Shadows. But now thanks to a series of images from a toy catalogue, we know pretty much what he’ll look like—and it’s surprisingly faithful to the original Krang.
Excellent poster-makers and awesome vinyl distributors Mondo have slowly been getting into the action figure market recently—and while their recent “Original Turtle” figure was pretty damn amazing, this latest figure takes it to a whole new level.
Back when Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird first laid out their plans for what would become the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Eastman sketched out a slightly dopey, nunchaku-wielding turtle on a napkin. That original drawing, right down to the inky shading, has become an incredible looking figure.
So last year's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles wasn't great — and many fans were displeased at the "realistic" designs of the Turtles themselves, noses and all. So Three Zero's latest toys being based on those designs may not be the best news, but even then, they still make for some cool looking toys.
We constantly get our hopes up for upcoming movies... and then they let us down. It's easy to get sucked into the hype cycle, as people talk up their projects — but sometimes, you can tell just from the way people talk about a film that it's probably not going to work. Here are eight key phrases that usually indicate…
Last week we gazed into the abyss, and the cold, dead eyes of the new International Rescue team from Thunderbirds gazed back. As movies and TV constantly seek to strip-mine your nostalgia for profit, redesigns like this are common. And sometimes, they go very wrong. Here are 11 awful makeovers of our childhood…
I didn't watch that new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie with Megan Fox because I was pretty sure it was going to suck. Anytime adult me makes an informed decision like that, I imagine childhood version of me shaking his head in disappointment and howling in sadness. Growing up is lame.
When Mondo revealed they were getting into the Toy business back at SDCC this year, I don't think anyone expected one of their first figures to be this adorable - but lo and behold, here we are with this lovely take on TMNT's Michaelangelo. My teeth are hurting just looking at him!
Although this year's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie only dealt with Shredder, it looks like some point a plethora of villains from the Turtles past were going to show up - including the loveably goofy henchmen Bebop and Rocksteady from the TMNT cartoon!
When Reddit user IHunt gets bored at work, he takes discarded Starbucks coffee cups and doodles over the company's Mermaid logo and turns her into lovely stylised versions of comic book characters and more.
Reboots of cartoon classics are just a fact of life now. Each time they hit theaters, you hope and pray they'll do justice to your childhood memories. More often than not, they leave you disappointed. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is sadly no exception, and it doesn't take advantage of the one thing that could have…
What's the best weapon from TMNT? Is it Leonardo's katana, Raphael's sais, Michelangelo's nunchuks or Donatello's bo staff? Or maybe it's none of them because it's actually all of them. Watch Man at Arms: Reforged combine all four weapons into one insane ninja weapon.
"The toughest part was getting it to throw pizzas hard enough to look cool, but without hurting anybody."
Okay, these realistic teen turtles are way more badass than their cartoon forebears, as you can see in the second trailer for the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie. You also see a little bit of the villainous Shredder in action for the first time.
The official Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie trailer is out. You can see how the new turtles look—gritty and gigantic—in detail, as well as Megan Fox and Will Arnett. Will Michael Bay destroy your childhood dreams once again, like he did with Transformers?
Cowabunga dude. Everything the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles did was so freaking cool: hang out, eat pizza, crack jokes and fight bad guys. They're just like us! Or at least, who we wanted to be when we were kids. But after seeing this scientifically accurate ninja turtles, well, maybe not. Turtles can get gross.