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Review: TMNT Basic Bath Set

 

Christmas time is buzzing at Cowabunga Corner, on and off the website.  While we love getting up as much stories as we can for those interested.  We’re also spending time with family, getting the house ready, shopping and wrapping presents.  It’s the time for caring, giving and family.  We will keep working to get the stories here, focusing mainly on Christmas items right now.  This review is for a set sold during the Holiday season by MZB, this is the Basic Bath Set.

Free Giveaway! TMNT Comic and Convention Weekend Passes!

This month we have a special giveaway!  This is the first of our IDW Comic giveaways that has both Kevin Eastman and Tom Waltz autograph.  Though even more we are giving away 3 weekend passes to Midwest Media Expo in Detroit!  Enter to win by April 9th!

The IDW Comic being given away is issue #24 CVR B.  Cover art by Kevin Eastman.  Signed by
Tom Waltz in September 2013 and Kevin Eastman at D-Lux Entertainment Expo in Michigan on March 29th, 2014. 

Review: IDW Micro Series Villains Hob

In the first issue of IDW's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles we learned of a new villain. This mutant cat who was out to destroy the Turtles. He hated them, and had some history with the Turtles. Though the question often rises why this cat is as bad as he was. Now IDW is sharing with us their Villian Micro Series helping wrapping up some of the questions. This month's TMNT Micro Series issue is all about Old Hob.

CCN: Tom Waltz Interview Part 3

Review: IDW Secret History of the Foot #3

TMNT_Foot03_cvrAOne thing that us Turtle fans can never get enough of, is a good fight between the Foot Clan and the Ninja Turtles.  Often enough we see them avoid going head into battle with their enemies.  Though every so often we get a fight that stands out for it’s non stop action.  And that is how the newest issue of IDW’s “Secret History of the Foot” is.  A action packed fight scene with our favorite heroes taking on their toughest enemies.  This comic just came out and I have to share my thoughts on how awesome IDW is doing with this story!

Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures Vol. 1

Once again IDW brings us something really cool for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle fans.  They went a step farther than how things went with 2009 when Archie released their book of the first three TMNT comics.  How could IDW do more, since they already did another printing of the Archie’s 2009 release?  Simple!  Keep bringing us the releases of the old Archie Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures!  And that is what they’re doing!

Review: IDW Color TMNT Classic #3

Mirage Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Volume, the classics!  The start of it all.  If it were not for these comics we would of never had a game, cartoon, movies, toys and so much more.  Eastman and Laird brought these characters to life through print.  Through the years, sadly, the comics have become a lost art, until recently when IDW picked up the title of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and decided to reprint the original comics alongside with their brand new Ninja Turtle story.  The Ultimate collection is for the serious collectors who want the best details.

Review: The Three Stooges 2012

 The Three Stooges is a comedy group that I have known of since I was a little kid.  Growing up with their films in my house, it’s a group that my family has always respected and enjoyed.  Moe, Larry and Curly were names that we knew well. The Three Stooges have touched millions as their comedy lives on through many people who remember them and do jokes all the time that reflect back to their films.  So when a new movie popped up many Three Stooges fans were on the edge.

Review: IDW TMNT #3

Issue #3 of the IDW TMNT comics came out months ago. Though I’ve been keeping up with reading the comics, I have fallen behind in reviewing them.  Really sorry about that.  I am going to work at catching up on doing some reviews starting with where I left off.  Going to be harder to keep my mind only on #3, since I have read all the way through issue #5.  Though this one is going to focus on only issue 3, not what we know is to come still.

Review: Redford Theatre

Detroit, Michigan has been a very hard-up town for a long time now.  Many people do not want to go there for really good reasons, with a high crime rate, police taking hours to respond, low income, and an overall hard-up feeling to the city with businesses closing down and unemployment going up. What type of business could be worth going into this city?  Well there are some big places that have managed to keep going downtown, it’s nice when you can find that diamond in the rough that is surviving these hard times.

 

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