Some TMNT stuff really isn't for little kids.
Raphael is pushed to his breaking point as he is separated from his brothers and forced to endure an onslaught from the nefarious Bishop unlike anything he has experienced in the past!
As the story starts, its initial events are deliberately told out-of-sequence.
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Appearing in Raphael
- Angel Bridge / Nobody
- Buck (debut) (flashback only) (death)
- Casey Jones
- Earth Protection Force
- Raphael (mutates in flashback)
- Hamato Children (flashback only)
- Hamato Yoshi (flashback only)
- Old Hob (flashback only)
- Shredder (flashback only)
- Splinter (flashback only)
- Tang Shen (flashback only)
- Cat (flashback only)
- Mutant Arctic Fox
- Rat (flashback only)
- Mutant Rat (flashback only)
- Turtle (flashback only)
- This issue is unusual in that, out of its 46 pages, already a comic of more than double normal IDW comic length, all but pages 1, 22, 23, 24, 25 and 46 are part of two-page spreads. Most TMNT comic books use two-page spreads far more sparingly, if at all. Even pages 22-23 and 24-25, which were published as four separate single pages in the issue's digital release, have scenery that just noticeably bleeds cross-page in a spread-like fashion.
- In this story, Agent Bishop has a new exo-suit, his previous chassis having been destroyed and abandoned on Burnow Island during Battle Lines, part 3.
- Casey visits a pizzeria called Keno's Pizza. The name is a nod to the character Keno, a pizza delivery guy and martial artist from the 1991 film Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze.
- Raphael's inner monologue reveals that, once he can live in peace, he wants to become a farmer, but he hasn't told anyone about it.