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|date = March [[1991]]
 
|date = March [[1991]]
 
|writer = [[Dean Clarrain]]
 
|writer = [[Dean Clarrain]]
|pencils = [[Ken Mitchroney]]
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|pencils = [[Ken Mitchroney]]<br/>[[Marlene Becker]]
 
|letters = [[Gary Fields]]
 
|letters = [[Gary Fields]]
 
|inks = [[Dan Berger]]
 
|inks = [[Dan Berger]]
 
|colors = [[Barry Grossman]]
 
|colors = [[Barry Grossman]]
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|editor = [[Scott Fulop]]
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|managing editor = [[Victor Gorelick]]
 
|previous = [[Fight the Power]]
 
|previous = [[Fight the Power]]
 
|next = [[The Man Who Sold the World]]
 
|next = [[The Man Who Sold the World]]
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'''''Mondo Metal''''' is issue #18 of ''[[Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures]]'', published in March 1991 by [[Archie Comics]].
 
'''''Mondo Metal''''' is issue #18 of ''[[Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures]]'', published in March 1991 by [[Archie Comics]].
 
== Credits ==
 
* '''Script:''' [[Dean Clarrain]]
 
* '''Penciler:''' [[Ken Mitchroney]] & [[Marlene Becker]]
 
* '''Inker:''' [[Dan Berger]]
 
* '''Letterer:''' [[Gary Fields]]
 
* '''Editor:''' [[Scott Fulop]]
 
* '''Managing Editor:''' [[Victor Gorelick]]
 
   
 
== Characters ==
 
== Characters ==
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== Gallery ==
 
== Gallery ==
<gallery spacing="small">
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* [[{{FULLPAGENAME}}/Gallery]]
Merciless Slaughter.jpg
 
Life isn't meant to be a slow dance babe.jpg
 
Mondo Gecko Esquire.jpg
 
</gallery>
 
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
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[[File:Staff and lyrics easter egg.png|right|thumb|250px]]
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* When the Turtles first hear Merciless Slaughter performing, the comic pages feature a real {{linkWikipedia|music staff}} with lyrics to attempt to immerse the reader into the music the characters are hearing. Dean Clarrain (as Stephen Murphy) previously used this same kind of musical dialogue device in ''[[The Puma Blues]].''
 
* Upon returning to New York City, Raphael modifies his outfit yet again. His black bottoms, which Splinter in the previous issue #17: ''[[Fight the Power]]'' had teasingly referred to as "Jams," did not resemble actual Jams in shape then, but they do now, having been trimmed at the knee leaving Raph's lower legs and feet bare. Additionally, Raph puts on a grey dress shirt, replacing the black top he had permanently removed before going to sea in issue #16: ''[[Dreadging the Ocean Blue]]''.
 
* Upon returning to New York City, Raphael modifies his outfit yet again. His black bottoms, which Splinter in the previous issue #17: ''[[Fight the Power]]'' had teasingly referred to as "Jams," did not resemble actual Jams in shape then, but they do now, having been trimmed at the knee leaving Raph's lower legs and feet bare. Additionally, Raph puts on a grey dress shirt, replacing the black top he had permanently removed before going to sea in issue #16: ''[[Dreadging the Ocean Blue]]''.
 
* Mondo Gecko is the last of the seven future {{archielink|Mighty Mutanimals}} to be introduced.
 
* Mondo Gecko is the last of the seven future {{archielink|Mighty Mutanimals}} to be introduced.

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 YOU'RE NOT ON 
 NICKTOONS 
 ANYMORE! 

Some TMNT stuff really isn't for little kids.

Mondo Metal is issue #18 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures, published in March 1991 by Archie Comics.

Characters

Major Characters

Minor Characters

Plot

The turtles return to New York City, discovering a teenage rock band named Merciless Slaughter practicing in the Shredder's former hideout. Exposed to mutagen, a guy named Mondo is mutated into a humanoid gecko, Mondo Gecko, who takes down the Shredder's Foot robot.[1]

Gallery

Trivia

Staff and lyrics easter egg
  • When the Turtles first hear Merciless Slaughter performing, the comic pages feature a real music staff with lyrics to attempt to immerse the reader into the music the characters are hearing. Dean Clarrain (as Stephen Murphy) previously used this same kind of musical dialogue device in The Puma Blues.
  • Upon returning to New York City, Raphael modifies his outfit yet again. His black bottoms, which Splinter in the previous issue #17: Fight the Power had teasingly referred to as "Jams," did not resemble actual Jams in shape then, but they do now, having been trimmed at the knee leaving Raph's lower legs and feet bare. Additionally, Raph puts on a grey dress shirt, replacing the black top he had permanently removed before going to sea in issue #16: Dreadging the Ocean Blue.
  • Mondo Gecko is the last of the seven future Mighty Mutanimals to be introduced.

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