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Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles time!!!!!

In my "Ninjas are Awesome" post, I wrote a little bit of detail relating to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (after updating the post because I forgot to include them in the original version of the post.).

Here is a character Gallery. NOTE: All images are from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Wiki.

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The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are mutant turtles that are ninjas, all at the same time. The four Turtles are: Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello, and Michelangelo. Their sensei, Master Splinter, named them after famous painters. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles also each have a different personality.

Here are some details about each turtle.
  1. Leonardo - Leonardo or "Leo" for short is the leader. He is the most responsible out of the four. The latest version of him is described as trying to mimic the leadership skills of a character from his sci-fi show. Leonardo wears a blue mask and fights with a twin pair of Katana swords. Ever heard the phrase "teacher's pet"? This greatly describes all versions of Leonardo.
  2. Raphael - Raphael or "Ralph" for short is the muscle. Although he is the best fighter out of the four, he is short-tempered and quick to anger. Thus, you can use his anger against him. He uses sai knives in battle (sai knives are knife-like weapons with three blades, all of which point straight up). He always wears a red mask and the latest version has a pet turtle (A turtle has a pet turtle. Weird, right?) which he talks to all the time.
  3. Donatello - Donatello or "Donnie" for short is the brains. He is smarter than the other three turtles, is an inventor and an engineer. He wears a purple mask and uses the super classic bo-staff as a weapon. The latest version of Donatello fell in love with April O'Neil, a major human friend of the Ninja Turtles.
  4. Michelangelo - Michelangelo or "Mikey" for short, is........one of a kind. He wears an orange mask, is at least 100% careless, and loves eating pizza. He is also a skateboarder. The latest version once tried to befriend a martial artist, but it turns out that he (the martial artist) was evil and Mikey removed the martial artist from the friends list on Michelangelo's face-book account. I should probably mention that the latest version has a face-book account. But you cannot befriend him as All four Ninja turtles are nothing more than popular characters in fiction.

The Ninja Turtles TV show known as Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation introduces a fifth turtle. Venus de Milo (the only girl). Venus has so far appeared only in two shows. Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation, and Power Rangers in Space. You are probably wondering what the Ninja Turtles were doing in Power Rangers in Space. Well, you see, the villain of Power Rangers in Space (Astronema) placed a mind control spell on the Ninja Turtles (all five) and used them to infiltrate the Power Rangers' Mega-ship and a brainwashed Donnie reprogrammed the Mega-ship's A.I., D.E.C.A, to talk with the exact same slang that the Ninja Turtles use when they talk, such as calling everyone "dude", commenting on how all five ninja turtles have green skin, and frequently saying "Mean and Green".

The classic Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles sometimes did childish things, such as: In the Power Rangers in Space episode, the (freed from mind control) Ninja Turtles started jumping up and down chanting childishly "We got a spaceship!!! WE GOT A SPACESHIP!!!" when they were trapped in the Mega-ship's command bridge. But D.E.C.A. pointed out that the Mega-ship is in self destruct mode. After hearing that, they stop jumping up and down and start panicking.

The newest version has something previous versions never had. The Ninja Turtles have to fight at least one mutant in every episode. The episode where Michelangelo adds an evil martial artist to his friends list on face-book is probably the only episode where the turtles do NOT have to fight a mutant. And the evil mutants are created from the same radioactive liquid that created the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. And that same radioactive mutagen compound is what created all versions of Master Splinter. Splinter is (in most versions) a rat that was the pet of a Ninjitsu Master. The rat came into contact with the liquid and it made him grow to the size of the average human, and gain the ability to speak. However, the newest version of Splinter wasn't a rat to begin with. He was a human ninja from Japan. He had a wife and a daughter, and then, the famous Ninja Turtles villain, the Shredder, ruined Splinter's life by setting Splinter's house on fire, and the fire killed both the wife, and the daughter. So Splinter moved to New York (in the United States of America, where I live) and purchased four baby turtles from the pet store. Then he ran into the Krang. The Krang are aliens from another dimension, and the ones that created the mutagen that created the Ninja Turtles. But you cannot tell that they are aliens. They disguise themselves as humans wearing tuxedos. But you can tell they are aliens because they are terrible at speaking English and possibly every Earth language. Also, if you hit their face hard enough, they will reveal their true form, which is a brain-like creature piloting a robot suit. The last way to tell that they are aliens is that their disguises share the same height and the same shape, and the same face. And there are at least one million of them on Earth. So when you see one million guys that all look identical to each other, it is very suspicious. Anyway, the Krang attack Splinter and epic fight scene. The Krang drop a capsule of mutagen and the baby turtles fall in it. It also gets on Splinter, and the mutation begins. And that is how Splinter was created.

A funny gag in the Power Rangers in Space episode is that the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles didn't believe that the Power Rangers existed. And the Power Rangers didn't believe that the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles existed. Either way, both hero teams thought the other to be a fairy tale. And a blooper in that episode showed the actors for the Ninja Turtles (they are still in costume) doing the Okey Pokey dance with the actors for the Power Rangers (who are also still in costume).

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