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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to make an appearance in Injustice 2’s Fighter Pack 3

NetherRealm Studios have revealed which characters will be making an appearance in the third Fighter Pack Dlc for their hit fighter title Injustice 2. As with Fighter Pack 2 Dlc, The Fighter Pack 3 Dlc will bring more familiar characters with awesome unique moves and will come as part of the Injustice 2 Ulitmate Edition or be able to be purchased separately. Check out the new trailer below to see these characters scrap it out…

The Fighter Pack 3 Dlc introduces the Enchantress, Atom and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (or Hero Turtles depending on your age and whether you’re British) and I’m expecting that the Tmnt will be the popular of the pack.

The trailer starts off with a flash and Raiden crashes against some barrels, this is followed by the signs that the characters introduced in Fighter Pack 2 have also had their bottoms well and truly kicked. First on the scene is Enchantress,
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Presto TV to commission local production

Subscription VoD service Presto TV will commission original Australian programming and source other content exclusively for the platform.

A joint venture between Foxtel and Seven West Media, Presto TV launched last Sunday. Subscribers pay a monthly fee of $9.99 for the TV stream, the same amount for Foxtel.s 10-months-old Presto Movies, and $14.99 for both.

Presto TV will commission original productions including drama, Seven Network director of programming Angus Ross tells If.. "We will make stuff for Presto TV," he said, without giving any specifics.

As for acquisitions, he flagged the streaming service would buy content such as .binge-worthy dramas. and more children.s programming.

Ross said, .My mantra for Seven.s primary channel is that I will buy something if I think it will rate. That.s the same in finding content we think will work for Presto TV..

Pre-launch, Presto TV announced it had bought non-exclusive rights to a
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'Ninja Turtles' Creator Kevin Eastman Talks 'Turtle Power' | Exclusive

'Ninja Turtles' Creator Kevin Eastman Talks 'Turtle Power' | Exclusive
It's a great time to be a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fan! The movie did stellar box office numbers this past weekend, knocking Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy out of the number one spot. It did so well, Paramount announced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 for 2016. And not only that, there are a ton of new toys on shelves everywhere and an animated series on Nickelodeon that is quite popular. Bringing it all into perspective is the release of Turtle Power: The Definitive History of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, a new documentary that is in stores this week.

Turtle Power takes a look at the entire history of the phenomenon. From the first black and white comics created by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird, to the 1987 cartoon series, to the Playmates toy line, to the first live action movies, the video games and everything else in-between. It's a comprehensive and
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4 Versions of the Ninja Turtles That Already ‘Ruined’ the Beloved Franchise

  • Cinelinx
Fans are a fickle bunch and while our passion for certain properties is part of what makes the experience great, sometimes we come off as jerks. Between reboots and sequels we’ve seen the nasty side of fandom come out lately, and recently the ire has been stoked by Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Since the first trailer for the new film released, many fans have angrily claimed the film is going to “ruin the Ninja Turtles”...Fellow fans, it’s time to face the facts. Over the two and a half decades of Ninja Turtles being in existence, there have been a few things to come out which have already ruined them.

I love being a fanboy and participating in various discussions about my favorite things with other fans. I don’t have much patience when the conversation starts off (or devolves into) “such and such ruined my childhood” or some similar nonsense.
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Monopoly review

Feature Matt Edwards 17 Feb 2014 - 06:21

Crossing Tmnt with a much-loved board game is a brilliant idea, right? Well, after this, Matt's wife might disagree...

Unpacking the Monopoly box, I started to get a bit excited. Granted, this is Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Monopoly, a fair reason to be excited, but it was also because it had been so long since I last played the classic board game Monopoly and I couldn’t wait to get a game going. Monopoly is so fun.

Monopoly have been doing ‘themed’ sets for a while. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is very much the Park Lane of my favourite things, so this was one I was particularly keen to have a look at. It’s based on the current cartoon show from Nickelodeon, which is terrific and comes highly recommended.

Over Christmas, I sat down versus my wife for a game of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Monopoly (I know,
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‘Tmnt 4′ Concept Art Reveals Kirby, the ‘Fifth Turtle’ Who Never Was

In 1993, with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles brand already somewhat on the wane, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III was released in theaters. Rather different than its predecessors, the movie sent the titular ninja turtles back in time for a relatively sleepy adventure in feudal Japan. With its lack of familiar villains and a noticeable drop in the quality of its special effects, Tmnt III is considered by many fans to be one of the nadirs of the franchise.

Despite the failure of Tmnt III to capture the public’s imagination, plans were put into motion to push ahead with a fourth installment of the series. Tentatively titled Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation, the proposed film reached pre-production before descending into development hell and eventual cancellation. Over the years, plot and concept art leaked onto the Internet have indicated that the fourth Tmnt would have been an extremely strange
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Listen Now: A GeekCast Radio Network Update

Welcome back to our weekly look at the new podcasts available at our “partners in podcast crime” the GeekCast Radio Network. As usual here’s our weekly look at the podcasts from Gcrn, This Week in Geek and the latest toy review videos from Baltmatrix, with descriptions and links to each and every podcast for your audio/visual pleasure!

Gcr – Episode 40 – Tmnt Franchise

To Close out the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles spotlight we have been doing, we sit down with four turtle fans, that have loved every aspect of the franchise. We talk about the Comics, the three Animated Series, the films, the music, the video games, toys, and so much more! So grab some pizza, get your ninja skills ready, and prepare for this podcast to vanish without a trace!

Interviews – Patrick Fraley

In this interview on GeekCast Radio, we celebrate our Turtles Week by talking to the voice of Krang.
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DVD Playhouse: September 2012

By Allen Gardner

Quadrophenia (Criterion) Franc Roddam’s 1979 film based on The Who’s classic rock opera tells the story of working class lad Jimmy (Phil Daniels) struggling to find his identity in a rapidly changing Britain, circa 1965. Jimmy is a “mod,” a youth movement dedicated to wearing snappy suits, driving Vespa motor scooters bedecked with side mirrors, popping amphetamines and obsessed with the new sound of bands like The Who and The Kinks. Their other pastime is engaging in bloody brawls with “rockers,” throwbacks to the 1950s, who listen to Elvis and Gene Vincent, wear leather biker gear, grease in their hair and drive massive motorcycles a la Marlon Brando in “The Wild One.” Often cited as a worthy successor to “Rebel Without a Cause” as the greatest angry youth picture ever made, it is that and more, including a first cousin to the “kitchen sink” dramas of scribes John Osborne,
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Jonathan Liebesman to direct Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles?

Back in May of 2010 it was revealed that Transformers director Michael Bay was looking to bring another classic children's property to the big screen, landing the feature film rights to those heroes in a half-shell, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, via his production company Platinum Dunes. Now comes word from Variety that Bay and fellow producers Brad Fuller and Andrew Form may have set their sights on a director for the project in the form of Jonathan Liebesman, whose previous credits include Darkness Falls, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, Battle: Los Angeles and the upcoming fantasy sequel Wrath of the Titans.

Although plot details are being kept tightly under wraps, it is understood that the new film will be a reboot, bearing no relation to the earlier live-action trilogy, nor the 2007 CG-animated feature Tmnt. What is known however is that a script has been penned by André Nemec and Josh Appelbaum,
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