"Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation"
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"Saban's Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation" (1997) More at IMDbPro »"Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation" (original title)

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The main character of Venus DeMilo is named for a nude sculpture and despite being a turtle has a shapely humanoid female form, with her shell taking the place of clothing. The series also features a female vampire who appears as a "sexy" woman in a revealing outfit.

Minimal; the Turtles rarely if ever use their weapons to full effect (similar to the 1980s animated series) and the majority of violence is portrayed in slapstick fashion. It lacks the explosions and destruction of Saban's better known Power Rangers franchise, but like that series little actual harm is done to any characters.

In one instance a villainous vampire character is actually reduced to ashes, but her voice is later heard emanating from an urn containing them, indicating that she's not truly dead.

The most intense moments probably take place in the pilot in which Venus' original master and Splinter are attacked by the series' new villains, resulting in the former's death and the latter's imprisonment in an alternate dimension. Venus also attacks the Shredder and uses magic to bring out his suppressed true personality of Oroku Saki, which appears to cause him great pain.

Australia:G (some episodes) / Australia:PG (some episodes) / South Korea:All / USA:TV-Y7

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