This read was a blast from the past! For all of you true Turtle fans, this comic book is a must read! We all remember the original TMNT movie from 1990, right? Well, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Original 1990 Motion Picture Special Edition is the perfect companion to our favorite '90s movie.
This is my first comic book read for The Walking Dead series, and I must say, as a huge fan of the show, this issue had the same feel and intensity that I am used to from TV.
MINOR SPOILERS BELOW
Wow. That was deep. I'm talking "reasons-why-I-love-the-teenage-mutant-ninja-turtles-series" deep. And, if you don't know how deep that love goes, then think of Michelangelo's favorite style of pizza. That's right, I'm talking deep-dish kind of deep. It doesn't get any deeper than that!
Poor, misunderstood Darth Maul.
When we think of all the Star Wars villains out there--particularly from the films--Maul is probably the worst of them all. I mean, think about it: we barely get to know Darth Maul's back story in Star Wars: Episode I--The Phantom Menace. All we discover is that he died an apprentice. "Always two, there are," Yoda says. "A master and an apprentice." The comic book I just finished, however, Star Wars: Darth Maul--Son of Dathomir, gives an excellent inside look as to who Darth Maul really was and perhaps even who he could have been.
These days, if I were to pick up a Star Wars comic book and hope for a new storyline, I would expect to read about tales during the currently popular Clone Wars. Naturally, you'll feel my surprise and excitement when I asked to read Star Wars Volume 3: Rebel Girl and learn all about what happens to some of my favorite original characters from a galaxy far, far away.
You know what I love most about the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic books? The whole tie in with the action figures. Each comic I've read so far has reminded me of so many fond memories I had as a child. And, in TMNT #38, I saw so many of my favorite action figure characters!
Boy, am I glad I caught up on Volume 9 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Monsters, Misfits, and Madmen. I feel as though all the other TMNT comic books I’ve read as of late make much more sense now. A whole lot of trouble is brewing in New York City, and I can why tell our heroes would be stressed.
Beautiful. Just beautiful! No. I'm not talking about the destruction of the Death Star. I'm not even talking about the famous Princess Leia herself, although the same could certainly be said about her. No. Clearly, I'm talking about the comic book I just read, Star Wars: Rebel Heist.
In the movie business, the good guys always win. And, they should! Good will always prevail, even if evil pins us down every once in a while.
But, not all villains are bad. To some, the baddies are the good guys. And, Star Wars: A Shattered Hope shows us exactly that. Well, at least it tells a beautiful story through the eyes of Ensign Nanda, Commanding Officer to one of the worst villains ever created: Darth Vader!
Uh oh. Here we go . . .
In last month's issue of our ongoing Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle comic books, our heroes met with Hob who was currently building his own mutant army to help win the fight against Shredder and his foot clan. Everything was going well until Hob's dim-witted pigeon friend spilled the beans about his plans and the Turtles' involvement to baddies Rocksteady and BeBop. And now, they're looking for revenge!