What’s old is new again. Unfortunately, it’s also pricey.
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!
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.
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.
Who among us hasn't secretly wished to find themselves suddenly mutated into a crime-fighting chimera, despite the risk of becoming another Dr. Baxter Stockman? Now you can live out your Ninja Turtle fantasies—without having to skinny dip in Ooze—thanks to this radical TMNT backpack.
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.
Spending $150 on an apron that's bound to get splattered with grease and covered in stains sounds a little ridiculous, doesn't it? Not when it makes you look like the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles supervillain Krang. Even those desperate for world domination can use the occasional R&R, and who knows, maybe grilled…
1992 was a simpler time. Bill Clinton was elected, The Bodyguard came out, Windows 3.1 was released. It was also a time when puppetry and animatronics still had a place in fantasy films.
It's easy to claim that the stuff you liked as a kid was way better than the crap kids watch today, because you haven't seen it in years. But now you can, in better quality, even. Does it hold up?
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.