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TMNT 2012 premiere poster (Official) 🐢🐢
Heroes in a Half-Shell, and ready to battle! Since literally everything is coming back in August through November, I think I’ll take a look at this show. Also since there’s ANOTHER reboot coming next year, I better hurry or else I’ll have figure out a whole new TMNT universe!

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Some news about TMNT:
On Russia’s Bigfest which took place on June 10-11 in St. Petersburg, Kevin Eastman told us that Nickelodeon does not give a damn about 2k3. For them, there are only Mirage, IDW and 1987. Soon there’ll be a crossover between IDW and 1987. Also, new animated tv-series will be even more kid-friendly. That’s how it’s gonna be…

NO BUT GUYS JUST PICTURE THIS:

Imagine April, Casey, Karai, and the turtles are in like their mid to late thirties or something. 

Imagine Casey has the brilliant idea to start a comic book series about the adventures the turtles had when they were younger.

Imagine he goes to his bff Raph with the idea, since he and Raph are both artistic. 

Imagine he gives Raph a long spiel stating that 1. not only would these comics become a historical reference for future historians about their lives (as Renet had already told the turtles how famous they’d be), but 2. that their lives could easily be made into a comic book series that a wide range of people could find compelling.

Imagine Raph agrees.

Imagine them asking Leo for a journal he kept when he was young (or rather, asking him to type up an edited version he wouldn’t mind them seeing) that they could use as a chronology reference.

Imagine them asking Mikey for help with comic relief.

Imagine them asking Donnie to proofread/write his own technobabble since, “It’s important to be accurate.”

Imagine Raph and Casey start to brainstorm pen names since they want to use their actual names in the story.

Imagine while brainstorming pen names, Raph asks Casey, “Hey, what were those names you used to write on your gear?” and Casey answers, “Eastman and Laird.”

Imagine they decide to use the pen names Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird.

Imagine them checking in with the clan before sending it off to be published to make sure everyone felt accurately represented (so it wouldn’t be like those sitcom episodes where one person writes a book and obviously copies real life but from their point of view, making everyone else look awful).

Imagine their semi-autobiographical comic becomes a huge hit.

Imagine it eventually gets out that the comics were true stories.

Imagine that’s how they become famous (in the 2012 universe, postseries).