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Old 01-31-2019, 05:12 PM   #1
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List of TMNT multimedia

TMNT has had a lot of media in the years so let's list them
Let's first start off with the comics. It was originally owned by Mirage Studios before Peter Laird solid the franchise to Nickelodeon and now owned by Nickelodeon. As well as a lot of games but let's only list the comics,Tv shows,and Movies for simplicity.

Comics
Mirage Comics- the first and original incarnation of the franchise made by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird. It had four volumes and two volumes of tales of the TMNT plus a few spin-offs First started off in 1984.It was dark and gritty lacked a consistent rogues gallery and simply focus on the turtles in their daily lives before bizzare stuff happens.
Archie Comics-The second comic incarnation that started in 1988 after the 1987 series originally a tie in to the show it later went into it's own odd direction.
Fleetway Comics-comics that post Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles from January 1990-January 1994
IDW comics-The third and current comic incarnation that started in 2011 it's a reboot series that mixes the three animated shows and the Mirage and Archie comics and blend it together. Still is ongoing to this day.
TMNT comic strip- from the 1990s
Dreamwave comics-based on the 2003 series
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles adventures- based on the 2012 series
Rise of the TMNT-based on the recent 2018 series.

Tv shows
1987 series- the first tv and cartoon series that introduce public media to the turtles. Much different that it's original source material.It was produced by Fred Wolf.
The Next Mutation- the first and only live action show short lived due to bad ratings.
2003 series- the 2003 animated series was produced by 4kids and was more darker and edgier than it's 1987 predecessor and more closely resembles the mirage comics despite some differences. It ended on 2009.
2012 series- the first nickelodeon cartoon since after being soild by Mr. laird it has elements mixed from previous incarnations.It was also the first tv series to be cgi just like the 2007 movie.It ended on 2017.
2018 series- Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is the fourth and current cartoon and the second one made by Nick described as a spiritual prequel and focuses on Mysticism with elements mixed up like Raphael being the Leader instead of Leo.

Movies
1990 movie-The first movie of the film series and by far the most popular
Secret of the Ooze- the sequel to the 1990 film
Third movie- the sequel to the second film
TMNT 2007- the only CGI animated movie
Turtles Forever- the only aniamted movie realesed in 2009 serves as a crossover between Mirage,2003,and 1987 as well as being the final of the 2003 series.
tmnt 2014- made by Platinum movies.
Out of the Shadows-sequel to the 2014 movie.
upcoming movie reboot is coming.

So that's all the list of tmnt media so what are your thoughts?

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Old 01-31-2019, 05:22 PM   #2
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Turtles Forever

You forgot Turtles Forever.
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You forgot Turtles Forever.
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Old 02-02-2019, 05:00 PM   #4
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How about the Fleetway comics? They were at least originally published in English.
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How about the Fleetway comics? They were at least originally published in English.
Indeed. I did buy some of those at the time.
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Archie and Fleetway

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Indeed. I did buy some of those at the time.
They would come in a combined Archie and Fleetway TMNT comic magazine in Sweden. Younger readers were usually into it for Fleetway, older for Archie.
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They would come in a combined Archie and Fleetway TMNT comic magazine in Sweden. Younger readers were usually into it for Fleetway, older for Archie.
Fleetway's comics were a combination of Archie and their own stories. It was okay for what it was but nothing amazing.
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Fleetway's comics were a combination of Archie and their own stories. It was okay for what it was but nothing amazing.
It must have been the same in all European countries.
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You're missing the Mexican TMNT comic which re-drew some archie comics as well as some original ones as well. There were also the TMNT magazine strips. An unofficial TMNT comic, Vol 3 of Mirage is technically non canon so it's "separate". you're missing the COOTS tour continuity which was its own thing. 2012 had two separate comics not just one. you're also missing the video games which is another mess.
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A daily comic strip was also published in English during the 1990's.
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You're missing the Mexican TMNT comic which re-drew some archie comics as well as some original ones as well. There were also the TMNT magazine strips. An unofficial TMNT comic, Vol 3 of Mirage is technically non canon so it's "separate". you're missing the COOTS tour continuity which was its own thing. 2012 had two separate comics not just one. you're also missing the video games which is another mess.
There were also a fair few manga, a magazine that had original comics, a few more British comics from Titan and Panini, and Il Giornalino. And Image if you want to count that.
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There were also a fair few manga, a magazine that had original comics, a few more British comics from Titan and Panini, and Il Giornalino. And Image if you want to count that.
The Image Comics should definately appear, as they were originally published in English.
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