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Old 05-09-2017, 06:19 AM   #2461
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When did they start wearing longer bandanas in the original TMNT comics?
There's not really anything story-wise that causes the bandanas to get longer. It's more of an artistic choice.

In the first 4 issues, they are pretty short. They get progressively longer from 5 on. They are pretty long in issue #9, but that's a flashback story, further illustrating that there's no in-universe rhyme or reason to it.

Issue 12 was done by Laird and issue 14 was done by Eastman. In both, the bandanas were pretty long. It seems by this point they had both adopted the longer bandana as the new standard. Dooney did the first guest issue with 13 and he tends to draw them pretty long. From that point on, most artists from the Mirage run drew them with long bandanas.
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Old 05-09-2017, 02:59 PM   #2462
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Questions! Last year I bought IDW digital bundles on Comixology that carried me up to issue #50. Wondering if there are any current digital bundles that carry on from that point? Looking for the cheapest way to get up to the current issue (digital preferred).

Thanks in advance.
that comixology bundle deal last year was the only time i've ever seen them do a bundle since.

the single issues drop to $1.99 each after a month from release.
that might be a good option to get caught up?
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Old 08-13-2017, 06:58 PM   #2463
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Hi all. I will be meeting Stan Sakai this coming weekend in CT and wonder if anyone knows if he charges to sign things, or if there is a limit to how many items can be signed? I'm really looking forward to meeting him and I want to be prepared. Any info would be great.
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Old 08-14-2017, 04:19 AM   #2464
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Hi all. I will be meeting Stan Sakai this coming weekend in CT and wonder if anyone knows if he charges to sign things, or if there is a limit to how many items can be signed? I'm really looking forward to meeting him and I want to be prepared. Any info would be great.
A few years ago, Stan (and to be fair, quite a few of us fans close to him) got rather annoyed at people flipping his free sketches from cons. Stan won't charge to sign items, and he's usually fairly accommodating if you have a number of items in total, he may ask for a small donation to the charity pot on his table (usually the JANM or CBLDF) if you'd like a quick sketch or similar inside any of them.
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