Happy International Ninja Day! A time to celebrate the stealthy and wondrous history of the great warriors of China and Japan. Sure many ninjas have found their stories embedded in pop culture, but only […]
Batman is one of the most recognizable characters in pop culture, debuting in 1939 when he first appeared in Detective Comics #27. Over the past seventy years, he has been on countless adventures, […]
Your attention, please, Shellheads! For far too long you’ve been stuck without TMNT shoes for your adult feet — but no more! Doc Martens has finally delivered the goods. They’re now taking order […]
Some years it is harder than others to be a fan of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. But there’s good news for long time Turtle fans who were plugged into what TMNT was […]
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Toymaker Playmates dressed Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello and Michelangelo in some very wacky outfits to tempt kids into buying more than one of each.
1990 was a very special year. The World Wide Web was entering its terrible twos, Madonna was Voguing across the airwaves, and four turtles had crawled out of the sewers of New York […]
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Crossover comics can be strange. When they’re really good, we get new, interesting perspectives to beloved universes (like Alien Vs. Predator and Robocop Vs. Terminator). When they’re bad, we get Spawn/Batman. The Dark […]
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The Turtles can do more than just eat pizza in the back of this Party Wagon.
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To celebrate the Friday release of the new Michael Bay-led Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie, well-known modder Platinumfungi (who goes by the name Ryan when in human form) has created an extremely pretty custom TMNT […]
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