I'm doing well in Deviantart and I've created Yokaihunter(my version of TMNT and Mighty Mutanimals) which technically I drew 500 characters thanks to my old blog in Idea Central and frankly I didn't steal your characters I was inspired your characters
"As for the FINAL episode, Nieli revealed that it takes place 50 years in the future in order to ensure nobody else could go in and change the timeline of what he and everyone else involved in the show had built."
And THEN Nick one-upped him by making it NON-CANON!! HAW-HAW!
There have always been TMNT works intended primarily for mature or adult audiences. The content advisories at the tops of articles are there to help you make informed decisions of what to read and browse.
If you choose to read an article or its subject matter, it's still a good idea to remain polite and civil when commenting. So please, mind your tone and language.
Sorry, Trigger009, I know I said "suggestion," but that was only me erring on the side of courtesy. It's the equivalent of saying "please" when giving a command; for some people it's just customary, even when there is no real implication that the command may be refused.
But yes, Wingnut II, what Trigger009 said is true 99.99% of the time, and certainly 100% of the time on articles that don't carry mature content advisories. I only mention this because, considering the comment you left was in a Mutant Ninja Turtles Gaiden article, it should be noted that text from source material (including profane dialogue) can be quoted in appropriate context in the appropriate articles, but normal article text describing the source material should remain highbrow wherever possible. User comments should be similarly highbrow. So even if Raphael Hamato swears like a longshoreman, we may not.