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The climactic conclusion to the Turtles' triumphant return to comics! The final pieces of the Turtles' mysterious origin are revealed as the Turtles move closer to finding their lost brother Raphael. There's just one thing in their way... an angry, mangy mutant alley cat named Old Hob... and he's got an entire gang to back him up! It's a battle royale on the mean streets of New York and Turtles lore will be forever rewritten! Don't miss it!


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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles # 4 0

It was a short stack this week for me, however I have to say this is got to be my pick of the week. Raphael and Casey Jones team up had me in the front row. Applause for this issue. I am happy to see one of the original creators Kevin Eastman to participate in this issue. Dan Duncan seems really familiar with the original comic book and stays true to the art style. These Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are dark and gritty and really come with that street slang. It’s well written and the panels are ...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Together Agian for the First Time 0

After being ambushed at the end of the last issue (issue#3) Raphael and Casey are ready to kick ass!Good:*spoilers*As always we start with the action right away with a gang fight. casey gets knocked-out, and just when it looks like its curtains for Raph, Hobs is stopped from pulling the trigger- by three ninja stars! Leo Don and Mikey are on the scene to help their long lost brother. Raphael is beside himself as he seems these new turtles enter his world for the first time (that he can remember)...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Turtles Fight With Honor!!! 0

This book is everything that a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle book should be. This issue is loaded with great action that is well written and perfectly fleshed out by Dan Duncan’s gritty art style. This Ongoing series has all of the awesome feel of the original Laird & Eastman comic from Mirage studios in the 1980’s with a kickass new origin. Some many questions that I can’t wait to see answered. We get some added depth to Old Hob and get a chance to see what drives him, and some further looks ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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