Also, if retromutagen and normal mutagen came together, there should be some unpredictable results, right? They just shouldn't go together.
I also can't help but think that Stockman's retromutagen might have done something else to her mutation we haven't seen yet. Plus, it was most likely a prototype sample that he spilled so it must've had some side effects on experiments he did.
It's just that I can't escape the feeling that something unexpected is gonna happen to Karai, or something else happened to her during the months after the invasion.
You made some really good points. I was wondering the same too... I mean, Baxter wasn't even finished with the retro mutagen. He didn't even have April's DNA! So it couldn't possibly have worked anyway... right?
Yeah, I think it would be very cool. I mean, it may be a little over-done, but I'm sure Nickelodeon will find a way to make it more original or something. Maybe that'll be the introduction to Renet, because there's already a page for her in the 2012 series section. Also, am I the only one who didn't think that TMNT III was that bad?
Yes it did. To be precise, the original series started in 1987, the movie was released in 1991, and the series ended in 1996.
It was revealed that Ivan Steranko and Shredder were old friends and had known each other for about 10 years. Whether or not he was selling weapons to Shredder just to learn more about his helmet, the Kuro Kabuto, I don't know... but he was a huge collector of all sorts of things, and the Purple Dragons knew he'd show interest in the Mystic Dagger. So I don't think he was selling weapons to Shredder to get the Kabuto, but he obviously ended up showing intrest in it.
They were created for the second movie, but made their next apperance in the show, yes.
Nickelodeon has been airing four episodes every week, and then waiting a bit before airing another new one, correct? Does anyone know why they do that?
Thanks... but it's so long of a wait... :(
Doesn't that air next Sunday?
I agree, but the fact that she may not be needed anymore just disapoints me. I mean, we were introduced to the fact early in the show that April played a big, unknown role in the Kraang plan and the Turtles needed to protect her for the fate of the world and everything, but when the Kraang finally got her DNA, it was just... it, I guess. That was it. :/
Right? It's confusing...
No, they're all brothers and were born so that Leo is oldest and everything, but they celebrate the day that the Turtles and Splinter were mutated because that was the start of their "new life" I guess.
Tokka and Rahzar appeared in the second movie, and after the movie was made and everything, they put them in the show... but I'm not sure if they replaced Bebop and Rocksteady or not...
When Karai said "comet" maybe she was referring to the coney island's rollercoaster ride, "Coney Comet".
Maybe that's where she told Leo to meet her, the amusement park, and as that's the best reference to a "comet" AND a location we have so far...
That makes sense! Great work!
It makes no difference to me! I didn't know... and I guess I'm a bit hard of hearing at times...
I have no idea! To me, it sounded like comment, but I guess comet would make more sense... but not very much.
It's obvious that Mikey likes cats - he loves them. He was just horrified at the fact that the Kraang were using cat DNA.
Jonatello wrote: Which is why it's safe to assume that Pulverizer was not created as a Zach, but an entrily different character.
Yeah, hopefully he wouldn't be so annoying this time! XD
Which is why it's safe to assume that Pulverizer was not created as a Zach, but an entrily different character.