Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures, Volume 2

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures Volume Tales from the Archie era of TMNT come back to life as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turles Adventures continues This collection includes issues and introduces even mutants

  • Title: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures, Volume 2
  • Author: Dean Clarrain
  • ISBN: 9781613774953
  • Page: 483
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tales from the Archie era of TMNT come back to life as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turles Adventures continues This collection includes issues 5 8 and introduces even mutants

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    1. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures, Volume 2, collecting Issues #5-8 of the Archie series, marks a welcome departure from its original source material: the late-80s TV show. Up until this point, readers have been treated to bland retreads of cartoon episodes from the first two seasons. Thankfully, the torch hath been henceforth passed into the capable hands of Dean Clarrain (actually Steve Murphy in disguise) and Ryan Brown, who together decided that the series could be far more compelling, [...]

    2. I always try to leave nostalgia out of reviewing products, but I couldn’t help myself this time.I grew up with the Turtles cartoon, but recently I’ve been reading both the Mirage and IDW comics. After that, I can’t look at the cheesy ‘80/’90s the same again. The Nickelodeon blows that one out of the water, and I’m left with a sour taste in my mouth that’s stained by nostalgia.The Archie Adventures series is pretty much the old cartoon in comic book form. You get the same zany Turtl [...]

    3. I'll mention something here that I forgot to mention in my review of volume 1: the format and the price of these volumes are a bit hard to swallow. Each collection is $20 for 4 issues. That's hard to lay down when many of the stories are easily forgotten and when they only take you a few minutes to read. On top of that, the paper used is a non-glossy paper that feels a lot like regular comic book paper. This means that occasionally the ink from one page bleeds on to adjacent pages. I read my loc [...]

    4. "This is a great collection, and plants the seeds of many great things to come. Essential reading." Read Full Review at TheBookCloset

    5. Man, this collection in particular pushed the nostalgia button HARD. Also, totally didn't realize when I was a kid that this comic went from zero to batshit so quickly - the Turtles have a fight in the sewer with Bebop, Rocksteady, and Leatherhead in issue five, in issue six they're transported across space and time by a giant floating cow head to compete in an intergalactic wrestling match.

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