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'''''The Mighty Mutanimals''''' were a {{LinkWikipedia|comic book}} {{LinkWikipedia|spin-off}} from the ''[[Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures]]'' distributed by [[Archie Comics]]. The Mutanimals were an organization of [[mutant]] {{LinkWikipedia|animals}} who were friends of the [[Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]].
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'''''Mighty Mutanimals''''' were a {{LinkWikipedia|comic book}} {{LinkWikipedia|spin-off}} from the ''[[Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures]]'' distributed by [[Archie Comics]]. The Mutanimals were an organization of [[mutant]] {{LinkWikipedia|animals}} who were friends of the [[Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]].
   
 
The ''Mighty Mutanimals'' were originally a {{LinkWikipedia|mini-series}} with three issues, and later the ''Mighty Mutanimals'' totaled twelve issues and one collection, which had the mini-series' issues. The mini-series was released throughout May [[1991]] until July 1991, and the other nine issues were released from April [[1992]] until June [[1993]]. The mini-series collection was released in Winter 1991.
 
The ''Mighty Mutanimals'' were originally a {{LinkWikipedia|mini-series}} with three issues, and later the ''Mighty Mutanimals'' totaled twelve issues and one collection, which had the mini-series' issues. The mini-series was released throughout May [[1991]] until July 1991, and the other nine issues were released from April [[1992]] until June [[1993]]. The mini-series collection was released in Winter 1991.
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Mighty Mutanimals were a comic book spin-off from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures distributed by Archie Comics. The Mutanimals were an organization of mutant animals who were friends of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

The Mighty Mutanimals were originally a mini-series with three issues, and later the Mighty Mutanimals totaled twelve issues and one collection, which had the mini-series' issues. The mini-series was released throughout May 1991 until July 1991, and the other nine issues were released from April 1992 until June 1993. The mini-series collection was released in Winter 1991.

Dean Clarrain, Ken Mitchroney, Mike Kazaleh, and Garrett Ho all worked on the comic book mini-series.

One of the characters in the Mutanimals was Dreadmon, a half-man, half-Tasmanian wolf with super speed.

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