TMNT Fans Rejoice: The Finale Is Finally Here!

TMNT Fans Rejoice: The Finale Is Finally Here!

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are finally coming to an end. TMNT fans have been waiting almost 20 years to see the turtles’ saga come to fruition and there’s no better time than now to watch this epic conclusion of the beloved franchise. With how unpredictable the plot has been so far, it’s hard to say how things will go down in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, but we can only hope that Donatello won’t get murdered off-screen this time around because that was uncalled for!

What did you think of the finale?

This is for all of you Ninja Turtle fanatics out there. Rejoice, because your four-color heroes are coming to a close with TMNT #80. This issue concludes one of, if not THE greatest comic series ever produced by TMNT creators Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird. Don’t believe us?


Just take a look at what some other critics had to say about TMNT #1-79. This was probably my favorite comic series in years, even though I never really got into it as a kid; Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was always just sort of there when I went to my local convenience store to pick up my monthly shipment of X-Men comics or whenever my folks took me out on vacation and we stopped at Toys R Us.

What are your thoughts on how it ended?

I enjoyed it, there were a few things I didn’t like and some that I did like but overall it was an action-packed movie with an engaging story. It felt more real than any of the previous movies and I think that was good. Also, seeing all of our favorite characters come back, especially April (Megan Fox) and Casey Jones (Stephen Amell), was great!

Overall I would give it a 6/10. If you are a TMNT fan, definitely watch it but don’t expect too TMNT Fans much from it. It isn’t very deep or meaningful but if you just want to watch something fun then go for it. Now hurry up and find out what happens in my next Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles review!

Overall, I would say it was a decent finale for TMNT Fans that satisfied fans who had stuck with the series all these years. While it did suffer from some weak CGI scenes and predictable plot points, they didn’t take away from my enjoyment of it. It wasn’t perfect but was a fun movie to watch, especially if you grew up watching TMNT as a kid like me!

My only regret is that we won’t be getting any more TMNT movies for now. Hopefully, one-day TMNT Fan will see them on screen again. In my next review, I want to talk about how TMNT could be improved upon in future movies so please let me know what you think in your comments below!

Do you like how they wrapped up all the characters’ stories?

Well, I loved it. I have been a TMNT fan since before they were Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. My first memory of them is hearing Michelangelo sing Happy Together by The Turtles on my parent’s 8-track player in 1983. That made me cry with laughter and so began my lifelong love of these four pizza-eatin’ turtle brothers (and their rat sensei).

So when I heard that IDW was planning to TMNT Fans release an 80-page, hardcover special edition for TMNT #50 – celebrating 50 years of history and characters  TMNT Fans and stories – I knew it would be epic… but the man did they nail it.

What is your favorite part/scene of the movie?

I have to say that my favorite scene was when Shredder (William Fichtner) stepped on Splinter’s back. This was probably one of the most shocking parts of my life and it’s a great way to start an action movie. It helped build up anger in all TMNT fans because they just had to see their father die and they couldn’t stop TMNT Fans so you can feel their rage at that moment.

Later on, another part I loved was when Leonardo (Pete Ploszek) battled Karai for a short time before April O’Neil (Megan Fox) comes out of hiding after being stuck in her IDW comic book counterpart body.

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