Dude, it was…awesome.
So like Spider-Man teams up with the cast of…Saturday Night Live? WTF?!
Because nothing made you want to eat processed foods more than a cartoon face.
Come on, admit it: You still want that Talkboy!
Who needs to go to the theme park when you have a grocery store?
Go Ninja, go ninja GO!
This list is definitive proof that there was no better decade for toys than the ‘80s. (Note: toy lines are listed in no particular order.)
Did you know that in 1990, the turts went on tour and had a 10-track album?
Naked People! Everywhere! NSFW!
Remember when people used to say “cowabunga, dude”?
Ever wonder what the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are up to do these days? 30-something Ninja Turtles shows their depressing reality.
So we’re not going with April’s iconic yellow jumpsuit, then. NOT COOL, Michael Bay. Not cool at all.
10 images that will remind you just how awesome the ’80s & ’90s were.
Plus a really terrible tattoo offer, Jon Hamm the comedy nerd, and a ranking of everything Wes Anderson has ever directed.
Chalk this victory up to our collective nostalgic outrage. Since Bay was announced as the producer for the TMNT reboot, their origin story has received most of the press.
This is the most NSFW Ninja Turtles video you’ll ever see. Really.
You knew your parents loved you if you owned one of these.
No word on if they’ll come with LEGO pizza. LEGO teams up with Nickelodeon to launch these in January 2013.
You won’t believe what they’re replacing it with.
Heros in a half shell. Turtle power!
Which “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” characters match up with which NFL teams…
What happened to my childhood? The new series on Nickelodeon looks like an 8th grader’s animation project.
Animator Malcolm Sutherland admits that making “fan videos” is “super nerdy,” but he doesn’t care — and thank goodness for that! This animated tribute has a style all it’s own, while retaining the characters that made TMNT universally loved among awesome kids. I only wish it was longer. Cowabunga!
A coffeeshop called Espresso Royale employs a talented artist named Sara Jahn. She creates these awesome depictions of turtles and other 80s-era icons getting their caffeine fix. (via obviouswinner.com)
If you have a minmum of $6,500 in your bank account, the first-ever TMNT doodle could be yours.
Illustrator Dan Matutina found a clever way to depict popular heroes of TV, movies, and video games, alongside their lovable antagonists. He puts it best: “Rivals hate each other, but deep inside they know they couldn’t exist without the other.” <3!
This is, yet another, outrage! Apparently marketing folks don’t think the words “teenage” and “mutant” will sell this movie. We learned nothing from “John Carter”.
Michael Bay must be stopped. For the good our collective childhoods.
The government is cool, but rude. When you think about it, Splinter is actually incredibly creepy.