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}}'''Dumbo''' was a member of the [[Bebop and Rocksteady's Gang|Punk Gang]] in the [[Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987 TV series)|1987 TV Series]].
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'''Dumbo''' was a member of the [[Bebop and Rocksteady's Gang|Punk Gang]] in the [[Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987 TV series)|1987 TV Series]].
   
 
He remained unnamed in all few of his appearances, and also never spoke. He appeared in [[Turtle Tracks (1987 TV series)|Turtle Tracks]], under the orders of the [[Oroku Saki (1987 TV series)|Shredder]] and the leadership of [[Rocksteady (1987 TV series)|Rocksteady]], tried to kill [[April O'Neil (1987 TV series)|April O'Neil]]. Eventually, the [[Ninja Turtles (1987 TV series)|Turtles]] showed up and he was thrown to a wall, along with [[Bebop (1987 TV series)|Bebop]] and defeated. He later reappeared in [[Hot Rodding Teenagers from Dimension X]] as an mutant dog, and made one final appearance in [[Shredder and Splintered]], placed behind bars with [[Scrag (1987 TV series)|Scrag]], [[Grunt (1987 TV series)|Grunt]] and [[Dopey]]. All four were inside the [[Technodrome (1987 TV series)| Technodrome]] when it was sucked into [[Dimension X (1987 TV series)|Dimension X]].
 
He remained unnamed in all few of his appearances, and also never spoke. He appeared in [[Turtle Tracks (1987 TV series)|Turtle Tracks]], under the orders of the [[Oroku Saki (1987 TV series)|Shredder]] and the leadership of [[Rocksteady (1987 TV series)|Rocksteady]], tried to kill [[April O'Neil (1987 TV series)|April O'Neil]]. Eventually, the [[Ninja Turtles (1987 TV series)|Turtles]] showed up and he was thrown to a wall, along with [[Bebop (1987 TV series)|Bebop]] and defeated. He later reappeared in [[Hot Rodding Teenagers from Dimension X]] as an mutant dog, and made one final appearance in [[Shredder and Splintered]], placed behind bars with [[Scrag (1987 TV series)|Scrag]], [[Grunt (1987 TV series)|Grunt]] and [[Dopey]]. All four were inside the [[Technodrome (1987 TV series)| Technodrome]] when it was sucked into [[Dimension X (1987 TV series)|Dimension X]].
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*Similar to [[Bebop (1987 TV series)|Bebop]] and [[Rocksteady (1987 TV series)|Rocksteady]], who are both named after musical styles, Dumbo and Dopey share a naming scheme, with both punks having names of characters from early animated Disney films.
 
*Similar to [[Bebop (1987 TV series)|Bebop]] and [[Rocksteady (1987 TV series)|Rocksteady]], who are both named after musical styles, Dumbo and Dopey share a naming scheme, with both punks having names of characters from early animated Disney films.
 
*Until his name was discovered, he was often referred to as "Short Fat Punk" or "Bald Punk" by the community.
 
*Until his name was discovered, he was often referred to as "Short Fat Punk" or "Bald Punk" by the community.
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==Gallery==
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[[Category:Human-born mutants]]
 
[[Category:Human-born mutants]]
 
[[Category:Mutants (1987 TV series)]]
 
[[Category:Mutants (1987 TV series)]]

Revision as of 21:38, February 21, 2020

Biographical information
Home

New York City

Ethnicity

Caucasian

Weapon(s) of choice

Chain, Mallet

Occupation

Gang member

Affiliation

Bebop and Rocksteady's gang

Physical description
Species

Human
Mutant Dog

Gender

Male

Hair color

Bald

Out of universe information
Era(s)

1987 TV series

First appearance

Turtle Tracks

Teachers and Students
  [Source]

Dumbo was a member of the Punk Gang in the 1987 TV Series.

He remained unnamed in all few of his appearances, and also never spoke. He appeared in Turtle Tracks, under the orders of the Shredder and the leadership of Rocksteady, tried to kill April O'Neil. Eventually, the Turtles showed up and he was thrown to a wall, along with Bebop and defeated. He later reappeared in Hot Rodding Teenagers from Dimension X as an mutant dog, and made one final appearance in Shredder and Splintered, placed behind bars with Scrag, Grunt and Dopey. All four were inside the Technodrome when it was sucked into Dimension X.

He was omitted from several adaptations of Season 1, as he was not present in the Coloring Books or Archie Comics.

Trivia

  • His name "Dumbo", comes from an official storyboard of Turtle Tracks.
  • Similar to Bebop and Rocksteady, who are both named after musical styles, Dumbo and Dopey share a naming scheme, with both punks having names of characters from early animated Disney films.
  • Until his name was discovered, he was often referred to as "Short Fat Punk" or "Bald Punk" by the community.

Gallery

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