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Review "Newtralized!" Nick TMNT #43

I know I am behind in my  reviews of the Nickelodeon Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series.  This has not been due to the lack of watching the show, but more the lack of time.  I have kept up every week with Nickelodeon’s TMNT.   One thing I want to do now, is take the time to catch up on the past episodes with some short reviews working my way up to the recent stuff.   Here is my review  of “Newtralized!” from Season 2.

Review "The Lonely Mutation of Baxter Stockman" Nick TMNT #42

I know it’s been awhile since I’ve sat down and reviewed the Nickelodeon Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series.  This has not been due to the lack of watching the show, but more the lack of time.  I have kept up every week with Nickelodeon’s TMNT.   One thing I want to do now, is take the time to catch up on the past episodes with some short reviews working my way up to the recent stuff.   Here is my review  of “The Lonely Mutation of Baxter Stockman” an episode from Season 2.

Review "Mazes and Mutants" Nick TMNT #41

I know it’s been awhile since I’ve sat down and reviewed the Nickelodeon Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series.  This has not been due to the lack of watching the show, but more the lack of time.  I have kept up every week with Nickelodeon’s TMNT.   One thing I want to do now, is take the time to catch up on the past episodes with some short reviews working my way up to the recent stuff.  If you haven’t seen the season finale of Season 3, be ready for some epic fights, major emotional rides, some good laughs along with a new adventure.  Though that’s for a future review.  Right now I’m going to focus on “Mazes and Mutants” an episode from Season 2.

Review: Nick TMNT #39 & #40 "The Manhattan Project"

The Nickelodeon Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series has held a few specials for the fans where it’s two episodes of epic action and animation.  For season 2 the first of these is “The Manhattan Project”, while the TV station gave it a different title in the promotions this is the intended title.  With introductions to new characters, and a reveal of some classics.  Here is my review of “The Manhattan Project”.

Review: Nick TMNT #38 "Of Rats and Men"

In the first season of Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles they brought the Rat King into the show.  Showing that he wants the rule the city and wants Splinter to work for him.  Even though he was defeated, the war is far from over.  In the episode “Of Rats and Men” from season 2 of TMNT, Rat King makes his next move.  Here is my review for “Of Rats and Men”, an episode that would creep anyone with musophobia out.

Review: Nick TMNT #37 "Metalhead Rewired"

In Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles there has been so many different characters created that have touched the hearts of the fandom.  Some of these characters are strong enough to pass through the different generations of the TMNT comics, cartoons, toys and more.  One of the characters I am thrilled to see brought back is Metalhead.  This is a review of the Nickelodeon episode “Metalhead Rewired”.

Review: Nick TMNT #36 "Fungus Humungous"

The Nickelodeon Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series is now into it’s third season.  I have fallen behind in my reviews, and am working at fixing this problem.  Right now doing reviews from Season 2.  With a great team at Nickelodeon, the show keeps improving in their artwork and character depth for each of their good and bad teams.  This is my review for the episode “Fungus Humungous”.

Review: Nick TMNT #35 "The Kraang Conspiracy"

For awhile I was able to keep up with reviews on the Nickelodeon Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series, though this last year I have slowed down.  I am sorry about this.  2014 has been a busy year from travels to family stuff.  I have been trying to keep up with Cowabunga Corner, though my story reviews have fallen short.  Going to try and pick up on these.  Picking up now where I left off so so many months ago.

Review: Nick TMNT #34 "The Good, the Bad and Casey Jones"

With a hockey masked pulled over his face, he beats the bad guys making them pay for all of their crimes.  His weapons are that you can find in a sports store, from baseball bat to golf club.  His mark has been made on most properties of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.  His temper usually brings him closer to Raphael as a friend.  His goal is to keep the streets of New York clean of scum.  First introduced in the Mirage solo issue for Raphael, he landed his spot in the cartoons, toys and movies!  Now Casey Jones finds his way into the Nickelodeon Cartoon as the crime fighter we all know him for being.  Here is my review of “The Good, The Bad and Casey Jones”. 

Review: Nick TMNT #32 "Target: April O'Neil"

In Season one April O’Neil was clearly shown not only to be friend to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, she is also the target of the Kraang.  Which makes her all the more interest for Karai, who is out to destroy the Turtles.  Now with the new Foot Bots, Kara is not going to sit back she wants to destroy the Turtles.  Is April truly safe, living a life without the Turtles by her side?  Here is my review of Nickelodeon’s TMNT episode “Target: April O’Neil”

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