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35 years ago on Dec. 14, everyone's favorite heroes in a half shell, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, made their animated debut on television as a five-part miniseries. Originally created by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird, this animated series pulled Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael, and Donatello from the pages of the Jack Kirby and Frank Miller-inspired comic series and introduced them to a whole new audience with kid-friendly animated adventures. Sporting slightly updated designs -- including unique colors for their bandanas -- and one of the catchiest theme songs in TV history, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon quickly became a hit and kicked off Turtlemania.
Decades later, Turtlemania is still going strong. IDW Publishing continues to celebrate the franchise with a successful ongoing series, The Last Ronin, and a series directly inspired by the '87 cartoon called TMNT: Saturday Morning Adventures. Additionally, the Ninja Turtles have seen several shows and movies since the popular '87 series, and Paramount and Nickelodeon currently have several new projects in the works, including a new animated movie titled Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem, which is set to release Aug. 4, 2023. The future of Turtlemania looks bright, but CBR wanted to look back and celebrate the hit cartoon with creatives from various eras of the Ninja Turtles' history. Included in this celebration is TMNT's co-creator Kevin Eastman, the voice of '87's Raphael and 2012's Donatello Rob Paulsen, TMNT ongoing series writer Tom Waltz, 2012 animated series EP and head writer Brandon Auman, and the creative team behind TMNT: Saturday Morning Adventures, writer Erik Burnham, artist Tim Lattie, and colorist Sarah Myer.
Nickelodeon's upcoming Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series has drawn a vocal response from fans, who have been both intrigued and skeptical about the radically redesigned versions of Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird's Heroes in a Half-Shell.
While the show won't debut until September, the latest iteration of the pop culture mainstays will first debut in comic book form, and CBR has details of the project, first announced this past weekend at C2E2 in Chicago. The Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #0 one-shot is scheduled for release in July, from current TMNT license-holder IDW Publishing. It's written by Matthew K. Manning, who wrote 2016's Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures miniseries, and illustrated by Chad Tomas, a veteran of multiple TMNT animated adaptations at IDW.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles first stepped out of the shadows in Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird's Mirage Studios comic series back in 1984, but it was the 1987 animated series that put the four mutant brothers in the spotlight. The cartoon turned the Ninja Turtles into a phenomenon, and turtlemania took over the planet as kids everywhere couldn't get enough of the Heroes in a Half Shell. Now, IDW Publishing is bringing the Ninja Turtles back to a world inspired by the '80s cartoon in a limited series appropriately titled Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Saturday Morning Adventures.
Written by Erik Burnham with art by Tim Lattie, the upcoming four-issue limited series will feature episodic storytelling that aims to present new adventures featuring the four mutant brothers and other familiar faces from the hit show. In an exclusive interview with CBR, Burnham talked about fan expectations and the tone of the upcoming comic. He also teased some plot details and character appearances.
The 1987 cartoon kicked off turtlemania by introducing Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird's creations to a whole new audience. While the '87 show was clearly aimed at younger audiences, how do you respect the tone of the animated world while crafting a story that readers of any age can enjoy
In the immortal words of Phineas and Ferb, \"There's a hundred and four days of summer vacation, and school comes along just to end it. So the annual problem for our generation is finding a good way to spend it.\" Halfway through summer, the weather is broiling, and ideas are running thin, but have no fear. Just in time for the dog-days of summer, streaming services have positively stuffed August full of fresh animated material.
While several fan favorites are getting new seasons this month, the brand-new shows really take the spotlight. From kids to adults, from new series to animated shorts to full-length movies, this month has something for everyone. Here are seven highlights of what's coming in August 2022.
Luck is a full-length animated feature from Skydance Animation. While the animation studio is a relatively new department for Skydance Media, the live-action studio has produced numerous blockbuster hits, such as several of the Mission: Impossible movies, the Jack Reacher movies, the newest Star Trek movies and more. The animation studio is making its debut in full-length films with a bang, releasing both Luck and Spellbound simultaneously.
I Am Groot is a series of animated shorts detailing tiny Groot's big adventures. He doesn't need many words to steal hearts and draw out laughs. Disney+ is brilliant at putting out shorts that delight viewers and give beloved characters added depth, leaving audiences begging for more. Doubtless, I Am Groot will only whet the appetite of Groot fans. But at least there's more than one episode.
Currently, in development with the BAFTA-winning Factory studios, Biz and Buzz recreates the friendship between Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles co-creator Kevin Eastman and the iconic Heavy Metal artist Simon Bisley in animated form. The show puts the pair of comics creators in a world where their avatars are wannabee rockers who keep finding themselves in ridiculous circumstances. Stemming from their real-life friendship, the series has been a fresh source of laughs for Eastman, who also recently finished his work on the epic conclusion to the TMNT saga with TMNT: The Last Ronin.
During an exclusive interview with CBR, Eastman delved into his upcoming animated series Biz and Buzz and what it's like to see the iconic Bisley come to life in animated form. He also spoke about what it means to him as a creator to see TMNT: The Last Ronin come to a close over thirty years after first conceiving of the story with Peter Laird.
We've been having a lot of fun. My friend Robert Mandel and some of the original guys have been pulling the story together. I've written probably ideas for about 25, 30 different episodes. We're building out the world... I've already pretty much drawn everything, all the sets and all the designs from the halfway house, the location, the different places where some of the adventures would take place, a lot of the secondary characters that you find in the halfway house. One of their favorite partners in crime is a young lady named Misty Stormcloud, who owns the comic book store that also sells weed.
Warner Bros. Animation and Nickelodeon are teaming up for an animated adaptation of James Tynion IV and Freddie Williams II's acclaimed crossover miniseries Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles with the DC Comics original animated movie Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. 1e1e36bf2d