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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles x Stranger Things #4 (of 4)

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Based on 2 critic ratings.

Demodogs have overrun the city! New Yorkers are being rounded up like cattle! The only hope of salvation? Four talking Turtles and six schoolchildren on a class field trip. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and the Hawkins kids convene on Times Square to send the Upside Down back to the Upside Down! But can they face something this big and walk away? Don’t miss the conclusion to this year’s strangest crossover!

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28 pages
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  • 100

    Nerd Initiative

    The entire team really sticks the landing in this finale. We see our heroes come out on top with some exciting and fun standout moments. Fans of Stranger Things and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will be turning every page in excitement. The story was filled with comedy and suspense, and we even meet new aliens adding to the mythos for each franchise. As it finishes I can’t help but recommend this short run to readers everywhere. Grab a slice of pizza, don your weapon, and pull this comic at your LCS!

  • 60

    The finale of this unlikely team-up features the reveal of why this crossover happened in the first place, which adds extra-terrestrial elements into the equation, and leave our heroes with only one path forward to save the city. In addition to adding in alien threats, some beloved supporting characters from the Ninja Turtles world make appearances, with this sendoff to the crossover supporting the adage, “more is more.” This issue is chaotic, confusing, and convoluted, but anyone coming into this series expecting something nuanced or subtle might have been misguided in the first place. The highlight of the book is a handful of pages that show an action-packed showdown, which is largely creative in the ways it embraces the concept of the “Upside Down” a bit more literally, as it gets ambitious and unconventional with its panel structure. These sequences do elevate the material, but not to any extraordinary heights, though at this point, we’ll take any ambition we can get from this arbitrary and unearned collision of brands.

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