The character interaction is strong, as the three protagonists are introduced in the first episode, with a split tale converging in a dual between the two soon-to-be partners. Each of the three leads have fully fleshed out backstories (that are slowly revealed through the show, though oft alluded to), creating the ability to understand each character and their passions through little wasted time (in fact, each back story moves the plot forward, a novelty, to be sure). You come to expect things from characters, and telegraph actions before they happen, which may seem trivial, but it shows the connection that the show can instill into its viewers. Whether the current episode features gang warfare, pin-up trafficking, an eating competition or other contest, or even samurai feuds, you know what you're going to get from the trio, though the slight changes in all three (all for their betterment, of course) do lead to some small surprises. The ways each don't fit in to the society around them, partially from the altered history element of the show, and partially due to their own idiosyncrasies, is telling.
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Updated on August 5th, 2022, by Shawn S. Lealos: The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles remain alive, 35 years after their first television appearance. With several TV shows and movies to their name, a brand-new animated movie will hit Netflix in 2022. This will continue the story started in the Netflix series Rise Of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, with the same voice cast returning. It will also bring back a fan-favorite villain from past movies and TV shows and continue to introduce a new generation to the classic teenage-in-a-half-shell mutant heroes that keep New York City safe. Meanwhile, it is never too late to go back and check out the past TV shows and movies, both animated and live-action, with almost all of them available on the various streaming services.
While it veers somewhat from its comic book source material, the show focuses on the TMNT's relationship with April O'Neil, Splinter, and their mortal enemy, Shredder. The series predates the first live-action movie by three years.
With the first cartoon and the three live-action films under its belt, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles returned to TV in 1997, this time for a live-action series. The Next Mutation picks up where the movies leave off, introducing a new line of characters and circumstances. 2b1af7f3a8