Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #5

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles » Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #5 released by IDW Publishing on December 2011.

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    last edited by Darkside_of_the_Sun on 03/08/21 09:20AM View full history

    The Turtles are reunited, although distance still remains between the brothers. Fortunately nothing brings people together like the holiday season! It's Christmas in New York City, and the aftermath of the battle with Old Hob allows for more mysteries to be revealed... and new dangers to be uncovered. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles begin their journey as a true team of brothers in this exciting issue!


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    TMNT # 5 0

    There’s so much reveal in this issue. A great story this issue, if you miss out on this book your really depriving yourself of something so well written. Readers know that this is a treasure chest issue, an issue that will really sweep you off the ground. Learning about the Foot Clan really had me going. This issue also has us identify better with the Turtles having different colored bandanas. Master Splinter really takes the star role of this issue. You learn who he was, who the Turtles were, a...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    The reason why this re-boot is so good 0

    For all those diehard TMNT fans out there, if there is one good reason to give this re-booted series a go, it's because of issue 5.The original problem that I, as well as many others had with the mirage series was that all 4 turtles has red bandanas. You could barely tell them apart, save for their differentiating dialogue (which wasn't actually exaggerated enough in the mirage series).This issue gives a good reason for colour co-ordinated bandanas. For a comic about ninjas to be taken seriously...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    A new plot 0

    So the first 4 issues were exciting, though they made considerable changes, and #4 tied in to a great, emotional ending, nice wrap up of the history up to there and,.... now we have this.Great opening, Splinter doing his thing. Awesome. And as if the minor tweaks in the first 4 issues weren't messy enough,... now they bring in some past life stuff ! What? i guess it works actually, with the 3rd movie and it's time travel and samurais and Don saying he wished there was more to their origin than a...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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