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Old 01-08-2019, 06:30 PM   #1
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A Post-Turtles Forever Follow-Up

Where do imagine the 2K3 turtle's story went post-Turtles Forever?

Ch'rell and the turtle's new lair are both gone. Hun (Slash ) and those scores of mutant Purple Dragon and Foot Soldiers are still on 2K3 Earth. NYC and the world is safe. Is there anything left to explore for the 2K3 turtles?


The 2K3 series doesn't have the nostalgia star power that the 1987 series does. I doubt we'll ever get a team up with a new incarnation (the way the 87 turtles teamed up with the 2K3 and 2012 teams), but it's fun to dream of what happens next.
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Old 01-08-2019, 07:01 PM   #2
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The 2k3 series didn't really leaving any unfinished plotlines, the closest one of course being Darius Dunn still with the Dark Turtles in the future, but it seems like Dark Leo was having a change of heart. With Cody being able to fight though he probably brought his uncle to justice eventually.
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What are you talking about? 4Kids TMNT ended in the 4th season, with "Good Genes Part 2."
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Season 5 was great, Season 6 ranged from good to the occasional standout episode, and Season 7 was mostly below average but there's 4 eps I'd place with the rest of the 2k3's run.
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We were told we were going to get the Shredder Wars that were hinted at in the first episode of Back to the Sewers. That would've been cool, also imagine having Tokka Hun as part of the show! The show finished without too many loose ends but there were still stuff to explore like Ratking, the future world, Space Usagi maybe.
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Old 01-08-2019, 08:16 PM   #6
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What are you talking about? 4Kids TMNT ended in the 4th season, with "Good Genes Part 2."
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Season 5 was great, Season 6 ranged from good to the occasional standout episode, and Season 7 was mostly below average but there's 4 eps I'd place with the rest of the 2k3's run.
I thought we all agreed that after the Lost Season/Defeat of the Oni Shredder, we jump to Turtles Forever. Since the art change for Turtles Forever was two step backwards and away from FF to BTTS. Ick. Like an admission by the producers and artists that they pushed things too far with FF and BTTS by aiming for kid friendly.

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We were told we were going to get the Shredder Wars that were hinted at in the first episode of Back to the Sewers. That would've been cool, also imagine having Tokka Hun as part of the show! The show finished without too many loose ends but there were still stuff to explore like Ratking, the future world, Space Usagi maybe.
The Shredder War would've been epic. Add in that Triceraton Shredder story while your at it. Instead we got Back to the Sewers/TMNT Tron.
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