When I reviewed Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge earlier this year, I said it was a “delightful love letter to a beloved franchise.” Now, Dimension Shellshock, the game’s first DLC, has arrived to prove that sometimes bigger is indeed better, and more Ninja Turtles action is always a welcome treat.Continue reading
Diving headfirst into the nostalgia-inducing pool of 80s and 90s pop culture, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge for Xbox Series X is a thrilling trip down memory lane. Packed with action, heart, and a generous dollop of fun, this game deftly weaves together the best elements of classic beat ’em-up gameplay and contemporary gaming mechanics.Continue reading
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has been one of the most enduring and entertaining forces in pop culture over the past 35 years. Since the release of the original comic book in 1984, the Ninja Turtles have made a lasting impact on generations of fans around the world. Animated series, live-action movies, video games, toys, concerts—the Ninja Turtles (also known as TMNT) brand has dominated nearly every medium imaginable. Being born just a year after TMNT, I’ve been a devoted fan for as long as I can remember. To cap off my celebration of 35 years of TMNT, I’m going to take a look back at the totality of its existence, including my favorite films, shows, video games, and more bearing the TMNT name. Also included is part of an interview I conducted with Pat Fraley, the iconic voice of Krang from the original 1987 animated series. I hope you enjoy this turtle-powered retrospective. Cowabunga, dude!Continue reading
Published in June 2019, The Art of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is a beautifully produced book focused on the popular 2012 animated series. This book is 200 pages in length, and it features behind-the-scenes stories, art, and more from all five seasons of the show. This tome also has a forward by Kevin Eastman, the co-creator of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. If you’re a big Ninja Turtles fan like I am, you can’t go wrong with this book, especially if you enjoy the 2012 iteration of these heroes in a half shell. The Art of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is yet another way to celebrate the 35th anniversary of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.