While we were on the floor at E3 this year, we had to pay a visit to the Arcade1Up booth to see what their latest cabinets were coming out of the show. There were a few new designs that we absolutely had to have in our home, starting with the four-player cabinet for Teenage Mutant […]
The folks over at Nicalis gave an idea of a new game they’d like to make as an 8-bit retro title, and they set their sights on TMNT! The company sent out a tweet this week that got a lot of people excited, as they showed off some artwork for a “what if” scenario, if […]
It’s pretty clear that any day now, we’re due to get the Ninja Turtles teaser trailer for Injustice 2 and finally get a reveal of when the fearsome fighting team will be added to the game as the last DLC characters. However, that’s not stopping hackers and dataminers from spoiling things for us ahead of […]
Remember the good ol’ days of four-player Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles arcade games? Of course, you do! Those old arcade cabinets are still kicking around to this very day, including the original 1989 cabinet with the weird looking version of April on the side. There’s one at a local arcade near me as I write […]
During my first day at NYCC, I made my way over to the Tamashii Nations booth, where they were showing off most of their diecast models from their entire line. This was super awesome because while they are fully detailed and some of the most poseable characters I’ve ever played with, they feel like to […]
A couple weeks ago, Nickelodeon released what will be one of the final Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles DVDs (shy of complete season releases) as the series comes to a close this year. The Wanted: Bebop & Rocksteady release is four episodes featuring everyone’s favorite henchmen duo and a surprise crossover of the original ’80s Ninja […]
Casey Jones is one of those characters that you do not have to be a huge fan of TMNT to enjoy. I know that he was always the one character my friends always argued with each other being when we played Turtles growing up (I was happy to be Donnie). My fondest memory of the […]
According to reports circulating on social media, former WWE star Alberto Del Rio was involved in a backstage brawl with with a wrestler named Alan Xtreme, who is known as Rafy in the luchadore group Las Turtugos Ninja. And yes, they are, exactly as it sounds, Ninja Turtles: Well, it’s better than Michael Bay’s vision. […]
For a while, the film was absolutely 100% going to be called just Ninja Turtles. This suggested that the lead characters would be neither mutants nor teens. It’s been hammered home by the marketing that they are mutants, turning around original plans to have them be aliens. Paramount really want to turnaround bad word of […]
This is all basically second hand info based on one person’s interpretation of some toys which, Brendon assures me, are really not exactly like their onscreen counterparts.
The lunchbox industry is about to have its production capacity tested like it's 1982.
This reinvention of Shredder would explain why a non-Japanese actor has been cast in the part, though the only explanation we need really is "American studio film."
There was a veil of pseudo-secrecy over William Fichtner's casting in Jonathan Liebesman's Ninja Turtle movie.
While Raphael was conspicuously absent, his three homies in halfshells took to the streets of New York on Thursday.
Personally, I don't care if the characters are aliens, mutants or stoned kids in Hallowe'en costumes as long as it all goes somewhere, means something and is done with good reason.
One lone report from CinemaCon in Las Vegas is reporting evidence that the Teenage Ninja Turtles are once again Mutant, and not aliens as had been previously planned.
There's a chance that Arnett is playing an original role. Seeing as the Turtles are aliens this time, then I can see how Arnett might play an astronaut, perhaps. Or the president.
One down, three to go.
She's playing April O'Neil, of course.
When it comes to picking cold blooded mutants, Elizabeth Olsen seems to be on the right track.