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Review: Build a Bear TMNT Dolls

 

In July 2014 Build a Bear released a set of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles dolls.  One for each of the four Turtles.  Each different from the other.  These awesome dolls are really well made and something fans can enjoy.  Earlier this year I got to visit Build a Bear to start my collection of this awesome theme.  Here is not just a review with co-host Alopex joining in, of the Build a Bear Ninja Turtles, but some footage from when I was at Build a Bear making some of my Turtles.

Review: TMNT Colorforms

 

Review: TMNT Pop Vinyl Turtle Van with Michaelangelo

 

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have been getting some fun products from Funko for a few years now.  With the pop Ninja Turtles I’ve shared all four Turtles, Splinter, Shredder, April, The Foot Ninja, Bebop and Rocksteady.  That leaves one release to that line which is now being covered, this is the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Van Pop! Vinyl Vehicle with Michaelangelo.

Video Review: TMNT Travel Kit

 

There are so many toys on the market for Ninja Turtles, that it’s easy to overlook the other times that can make great gifts.  We don’t want to leave some fun stuff out, so when it’s found at stores or donated to us for review we try to get it up here for all to see.  In this review, I am joined by our guest co-host, Alopex to share a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Travel Kit.  Based on the Nickelodeon series this TMNT travel kit has fun stuff compacted into one box of entertainment. 

Cowabunga Corner Halloween Review Video!

 

Happy Halloween from Cowabunga Corner!  With Halloween being tomorrow we wanted to give our own Holiday touch to Cowabunga Corner by doing a review that touches both TMNT and the fun of wearing costumes.  This is still a product review, so is treated as just with a video.  We go over the product, show the product as it is meant to be and give final thoughts.  Hope everyone enjoys this different Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles review.

Review: New York Comic Con 2015

Every year I try to make it out to New York Comic Con.  This is the second time where I did not think I was going to make it for the event, until the last month.  New York Comic Con is a huge event filled with panels, dealers, and guests.  For Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle fans it’s become one of the best events to go too for a yearly dose of Turtle fun.  Here is my review of New York Comic Con 2015.

Review: Fandom Fest 2015

Leatherhead, Partners in Kryme, Michele, Fugitoid, Nick, Phoenix, Leif, Kenn, Judith and Robbie at Cowabunga Corner Booth for Fandom Fest 2015.Traveling to conventions around the country has become an art to the Cowabunga Corner crew.  From New York City to San Diego we have made our way to panels, autograph sessions and fan meet ups.  Though every now and then the Cowabunga Corner crew is asked to bring more than the normal fan would bring to a convention.  With the offer of booth space and panels, we’re brought in to work the convention to help share Ninja Turtles history and facts.  We just made an appearance in Louisville, KY at Fandom Fest.  A full booth of cool parts of Turtle history to share with

Review: IDW TMNT Villian Micro Series #4

In IDW Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Micro Series issue 1 we were introduced to a new character.  She’s strong, she’s bad and she’s got Raphael’s attention.  She reminds some of us of Ninjara, the Fox from the old Archie TMNT Comic books.  She has mainly just been a fighter in this series.  Though in the newest issue of IDW Micro Villain Series she takes the front stage so we can get a feel for who Aloplex is.  Here is my review of IDW TMNT Villain Micro Series #4

Review: IDW TMNT #22 "City Fall" 1

IDW started off in 2011 with their first TMNT storyline, showing us the new version of the Ninja Turtles. Next we got to know more of Stockman and see the build up to the Shredder. Keeping us pulled in the full time, as we got up to the Krang War going to Dimension X.

Review: IDW TMNT #11

In Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle history, the first battle with the Shredder is usually highlighted as a fight for the Turtles.  The original comics Splinter sent the Turtles to kill the Shredder, which is what they were originally trained for.  In the first cartoon series, Splinter was kidnapped by a robot and the Turtles had to fight Shredder and the Foot to save Splinter.  In the movies, Splinter was kidnapped by the Foot Clan.  We don’t even get to see how that happened, but the Turtles have to fight the Shredder.

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