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  • So Pigeon Pete and Muckman are not with the Mighty Mutanimals anymore?

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    • Cameo window dressing does not character development make. This is the kind of Pete I like to see:

      And in 2012, Amazing Adventures and IDW, Slash is close to Pete, acting like an older brother figure to him (in 2012 and AA) or a mom figure to him (in IDW). So when 2012 had Slash speaking coldly of Pete with no explanation of why he was gone, only for him to return for a funeral cameo later with no explanation of what happened to him, it was a deeply disrespectful way of handling the character. He's not just some nuisance to be discarded, because it's been demonstrated that he can certainly be more.

      As for Muckman, I honestly never liked the character at all. Not only is he unnecessarily gross, but he's one of the most blatantly transparently toyetic characters ever to appear in TMNT, and his every appearance in a TMNT story makes me die a little inside. I can understand a grotesque character like Seymour / Mutagen Man, especially if he's written as something much deeper than just the sight gag of a pile of organs in a jar:

      But Muckman is just...awful, in every way—as a character and as a mutant. He's not even a good sight gag—he's just a sight that makes you gag.

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    • Oh now I get you.

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  • Given the knowledge that Tales of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is the final season. Here are some things that I think will play out.

    INSERT NAME HERE: You started off strong. But after the mutagen spill, things leveled off a little. Your adventures in the farmhouse and space are a spiking interest. But they're mostly weak as well. Despite your adventures getting a little weak, Dogpound mutating into Rahzar helped. So did Karai officially turning on Shredder, the 2nd Kraang invasion, Shinigami being introduced and joining Karai's cause, Vizioso waging war on mutants, and the ultimate final battle against Shredder. Everyone sure loves intense showdowns. And Irma being a robot suit, the Kraang being brainwashed Utroms, the time scepter sending you to Japan's past, and Splinter's permanent death? I was not expecting those. I'm curious where things go now. Then again, everything has to end eventually.

    The last Space Heroes: The Next Generation would reference the swan song from Star Trek: The Next Generation. With Captain Ryan's crew staging a mutiny because "all good things must come to an end". And by that, they mean that Ryan is no longer the heroic captain from the first series.

    The Monster arc should delve deeper into the fact that the Turtles are going to become legendary heroes. By pointing out that the death of Splinter is pretty much the end of an era.

    At some point, somebody should say that they wish that Shinigami had a bigger role in the Turtles' 4th "set of adventures".

    Most of this is just to give this season some "end of series awareness".

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  • I have opened a discussion seeking opinions on the best ways to manage Turtlepedia's category structure. Thread:102009

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  • for this blog http://turtlepedia.wikia.com/wiki/User_blog:XD1/TMNT_At_Comic_Con:_Questions_For_The_Cast

    you have to make sure to direct your question to either the voice cast thats there or the producers. Just letting you know so you would have a good chance of getting your questions answered. also it is says so in the blog

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  • I don't know about you, but I think the mutant army Old Hob is creating is the IDW's incarnation of The Mighty Mutanimals. I know one human is involved, but that's the problem with scientists. Always doing anything to save themselves.

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  • If your going to be at New York this October, here are some suggestions for the Q&A session. That is, if that convention has a TMNT panel.

    1) In The Invasion, why did they portray Irma as a Kraang robot?

    2) What are the chances that we will see Agent Bishop?

    3) How does The Kraangs take over of New York affect the other mutants (i.e. Pete, Sir Malachi, and Slash)?

    4) Is Stockman-Fly still mad about the destruction of his lab?

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  • Now I am only going too tell you this once you do not insult ANYONE on this wiki especially the head admin in charge of the wiki, as I am talking about The S. Now did you not know that kraang subprime was actually irma the whole time? Because The S did thats why he moved the page. So too reiterate you do not insult anyone, especially Admins and even more the admin in charge of this place. Because this is your only warning. And next time I suggest you look next too the name of a user because it'll say if they're an admin or not

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  • After reading a portion of the Into Dimension X plot, don't The Kraang need April's DNA to perfect the mutagen?

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  • yes, she is in the episode

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  • It doesnt matter if theories make sense, it is still speculation and speculation is against the rules. please stop adding speculation and theories.

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