Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: New Animated Adventures, Volume 1 by Kenny ByerlyTeenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: New Animated Adventures Vol. 1 is a graphic novel intending for young readers. The artwork looks pretty much like cartoon television show that runs on Nickelodeon. The stories are not complex and can easily be followed by a younger audience.
This graphic novel consists of four separate stories involving the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Donatello, Leonardo, Raphael, and Michelangelo. Their supporting cast consists of their sensei Splinter and their good friend April, a young girl. Each of the stories is a stand-alone and they usually involve a couple of battles with either the Foot Clan or some other evil entity. The stories move along rather quickly and the TMNTs seem to act a fair amount younger than the ones I remember from the live action movie made in 1990 entitled Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. But since I dont watch the cartoon on television, maybe that is the way they act now. They were a little more serious in their live-action movies.
The artwork in all of the stories was pretty darned good, if I am comparing it to what I have seen on television. Although I havent watched the show, I have caught glimpses of it over the years.
I have always had a fond place in my heart for these four mutated turtles since I saw the first movie in theaters back in 1990. I then saw the other two movies (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III), liking the second film a lot more than the third, but the TMNTs had already started to get a little more goofy. Where the first movie was more oriented for adults, the following two movies seemed to be aimed at the younger audience. Still, I found that I really enjoyed the characters and have watched the movies many times (I used to own all of these movies on VHS). So, reading this graphic novel was like sitting down with an old friend. I found that I enjoyed the stories, but I wished that the stories were a little more complex.
After each story, there are usually two or three full page of artwork of the TMNTs, which have been drawn by young fans of the turtles. Some of them were quite good and I found myself impressed by the quality of artwork.
Overall, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: New Animated Adventures Vol. 1 is a good collection of stories that are perfect for young readers. So, if you are looking to find the first four Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles New Animated Adventures comic books collected into a single graphic novel, then this is the book for you. Any lover of the Nickelodeon TV shows will fall head over heels for this book. Cowabunga!
I rated this book an 8 out of 10.
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The pilot was shown during the week of December 28, in syndication as a five-part miniseries launching on 84 stations and being played twice a day  and the show began its official run on October 1, Since then the show and franchise has become a worldwide phenomenon. The property was changed considerably from the darker-toned comic, to make it more suitable for children and the family.
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Sign in. Shredder creates a retro-mutagen gun that can undo any mutation and dares the Turtles to come get it. As Donatello tries to create a fuel source for the vehicle that The Nutrinos left behind, Lord Dregg launches a final attack on the Ninja Turtles. The Turtles must travel back to the Technodrome to retrieve Krang's old android body to defeat him.
The following is an episode list for the animated television series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles which premiered in In total, episodes aired between and The first three seasons were aired in syndication. CBS aired the rest of the series on Saturday mornings. All episodes from seasons 1—10 have been released in North America, including the "Vacation in Europe" sideseason. In the UK, only seasons 1 and 2 have been released in their entirety, alongside several compilation discs. Australia have received the complete seasons , not including the "Vacation" sideseason.
Newsflash: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles may not have been the most normal Saturday morning cartoon ever. But for a TV show about anthropomorphic reptiles who are into cosplay and extreme sports and somehow picked up a Southern California drawl to their speech patterns, it felt pretty normal most of the time. It didn't feel out of the ordinary at all to sit there and watch as villains that looked menacing just stood around to avoid engaging in sluggish fights. But trust us. There were a few unusual episodes out there that stuck out more than others did. Here are just a few off the top of our heads discounting that crazy European Vacation side-season that so bizarre it deserves a whole 'nother article written about it.