Dude, it was…awesome.
Because nothing made you want to eat processed foods more than a cartoon face.
Come on, admit it: You still want that Talkboy!
Go Ninja, go ninja GO!
Spend too much time in front of a TV as a kid in the UK? It’s time to reap the rewards.
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.)
So we’re not going with April’s iconic yellow jumpsuit, then. NOT COOL, Michael Bay. Not cool at all.
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.
Or making it awesome, depending on your irony threshold. Still no ugly Chanukah sweaters.
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.
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.
From Batcat to Superlizard, they’re all here to save the day! Using their special superpowers such as “the adorable glance of death” and “fluff-rays,” these creatures will rid the earth of evil — one vacuum cleaner at a time!
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.
Ruining my childhood, one movie at a time, Michael Bay now has his hands on our favorite pizza-eating Ninja Turtles. And this time, he is going to make them aliens. Aliens.
Cue nostalgia. With over 4,000 individual pictures, 60 hand drawn images, and 3 months of tedious work we recreated the 1987 TMNT cartoon introduction in stop motion.
Is Nick McKaig some sort of nostalgia wizard? Yes. The answer is yes.
Look away, children of the 90s! Of course, this suddenly explains the lack of anatomical correctness in certain mutants.
Pizza-lovin’, party-dude Michelangelo was more my jam at his age, but I can respect a kid who can appreciate the leader of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Cowabunga, dude.
You know what’s the best thing to draw? Turtles. You know what’s better than the best thing to draw? Ninja Turtles. (via and special thanks to The Uniblogger)
The world’s most firsome fighting tree.
Meet Leonardo. Poor guy!
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Here’s a preview of short film director Polaris Banks’s take on the origin of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ hockey-playing vigilante pal. To watch “Casey Jones” in its entirety, go here. (via theawesomer.com) Watch Video ›
Bookmark this in case all the Fraggle Rock videos somehow get removed from the Internet. Just a suggestion. Watch Video ›