It Looks Like TMNT #100 Will Feature the Return of a Major Villain [TMNT #99 Spoilers]

The TMNT Universe is set to change forever with Decembers Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #100, and not just because a new creative team will take over the book after the landmark issue. The following article contains spoilers for TMNT #99, so click away if you don't want to read them…

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TMNT #99, which hit stores on Wednesday, carried a $7.99 price tag and required a cardstock cover to contain all of its mutant mayhem, with storylines from past years all coming together leading up to the big City at War finale in two weeks. But if an all-out brawl between the city's various factions in Foot headquarters wasn't a big enough way to end the issue, one final surprise was waiting for Oroku Karai when she ascended to the rooftop for a break from the action… it looks like her daddy, last seen in the Shredder in Hell mini-series, is set to make a comeback in a big way.

It Looks Like TMNT #100 Will Feature the Return of a Major Villain [TMNT #99 Spoilers]

And you wouldn't end the issue with a tease like that if you didn't plan to deliver, would you? If you've been sleeping on one of the best ongoing comics on the stands these days, it's not too late to jump on board before things get really crazy. TMNT #99 is in stores now, and TMNT #100 hits stores on December 11th.

(W) Tom Waltz, Kevin Eastman (A/CA) Dave Wachter
City at War, Part 7. New York City descends into chaos after the unthinkable events of the last issue! Bishop is relentless in his pursuit, and a final showdown between Donatello and Metalhead will prove explosive!
In Shops: Oct 30, 2019
SRP: $7.99

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