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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Saturday Morning Adventures #5

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With Donatello and Raphael away, Genghis Frog and Napoleon Bonafrog join Leonardo and Michelangelo in New York City to keep watch for any unexpected evil schemes by the Shredder… instead, they’re met with the unexpected return of Baxter Stockman, and he’s itching to try out a prototype invention against the Turtles. The Saturday Morning adventures continue with the conclusion to the two-part arc “Swapping Pads”!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
30 pages
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    Comic Crusaders

    In conclusion; as a 90’s animated TV show turned into a comic book this is a 5/5 with a wonderful script and a great dose of nostalgia. However as a modern comic reader, this was rather boring. Furthermore, while it did scratch my itch for old-school TMNT, it is not something I personally would continue reading. It is up to you to decide if you’d like to fill your shelves with 90’s nostalgia comics. I honestly don’t think this would fare very well for kids either, it’s just very niche. It worked for us in the 90’s because that was the newest and most innovative thing that existed back in the day, but now if you’re trying to hold the attention of a kid who can literally watch people explode in 4k while dressed as a unicorn in a fortnight, you’re gonna have to draw extreme perspective angles, crazy poses that seem to defy reality moreover you’re definitely gonna have to push the writing to really too, creating emotional and dramatic story arcs that will tug at their heartstrings. I’m gonna give this comic a 3.5, because it is a good comic for what it is, but compared to other things out there it sadly falls flat.

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