There is no King Komodo for the new series, that picture was FAN ART, and the itself would've not been acceptable even if he was real, iyou make a page for a character that doesn't exist again you will be blocked.
Trigger009 wrote: There is no King Komodo for the new series, that picture was FAN ART, and the itself would've not been acceptable even if he was real, iyou make a page for a character that doesn't exist again you will be blocked.
I did not upload the pic. I just saw it on the wiki and noticed no page was made. That is the only reason I made the pages. Sorry.
Some scarcely sprinkled moderate swearing (the rhymes-with-witch word, the sh-word, etc.) in Archie and Mirage works. Things like Raph and Ninjara insinuating about their sexual adventures. That stuff is normal PG-13 fare. But also:
In one of the Mirage volume 1 guest era issues, where Splinter tells his sleeping sons to stop the erotic dreams they're having, and then he whisks away the woman they're dreaming of (through the astral plane, or something) to give her erotic spankings himself.
In volume, there was something not necessarily profane, but it was mature-ish, because it was Triceraton male frontal nudity. The Triceraton they freed from the DARPA lab was naked at first, and the scene was not that censored.
Earlier in Image is actually one of the lines I remember most from all of volume 3, because it was so startlingly over-the-top raunchy. Like, a Robot-Chicken-on-Adult-Swim level of raunchy. Issue 10, page 10, first panel, where Raph is talking to Powerhouse in a bar in Chicago. If someday I can improve some issues articles and get around to that, I'll be sure to add it as a quote. I'd quote it here, but it's probably too dirty to go anywhere but on the appropriate article's quotes section.
I know there's tons more stuff that doesn't come to the top of my head. I totally remember a scene where an F-bomb is written on a wall as graffiti, but I can't remember which series or issue it's from.
Some TMNT stuff has never really been for kids, but it's more accurate to say it's fundamentally unrated rather than specifically for adult audiences. I know that Kevin Eastman in particular loved to keep things gritty. He even was personally involved in illustrating the covers of those canon-ambiguous post-Image volume 3 issues that were released online.
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