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Raphael
Biographical information
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Sewers of New York City

Aliases

Nightwatcher

Nickname(s)

Raph

Abilities

Ninjutsu

Weapon(s) of choice

Sai
Manriki-gusari

Occupation

Ninja

Affiliation

Ninja Turtles

Physical description
Species

Mutant turtle

Gender

Male

Bandana color

Red

Eye color

White

Out of universe information
Era(s)

Movie adaptations

Publisher

Archie Comics
Mirage Studios
Tundra Publishing
IDW Publishing

First appearance

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (movie adaptation)

Created by

Peter Laird
Kevin Eastman
Jim Lawson

Teachers and Students
Teacher(s)

Splinter

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One of four young turtles who were involved in an accident involving a mutagenic "ooze", the one named Raphael by his foster father Splinter is a central figure in all four movie adaptations as well as his own side story.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (movie adaptation)

The Ninja Turtles witness Channel 6 ace reporter April O'Neil being attacked by a group of punks and intervene. However, Raphael loses a sai in the fight, which is picked up and stashed away by April.

Sullen, Raphael tells Splinter he can get his sai back, but the old rat tells him to forget about it. Still in a foul mood, Raph skips out on dinner to catch a movie.

After the movie, Raph stops a purse-snatcher and follows him and his accomplice to a nearby park, where he sees a brutal vigilante thrashing the punks. Raph tries to keep the vigilante from going overboard, but ends up losing to him.

Raphael returns home, and is consoled by Master Splinter. Later, as his brothers are watching April on the news, Raph goes out again and stops the Foot Clan from attacking the reporter in the subway. O'Neil is knocked unconscious, and Raph takes her back to the lair. April wakes up and Splinter tries to calm her by telling her their origin. The Turtles then walk her home and accept a pizza as payment.

The Turtles return home only to find their sensei gone. They go to stay at April's apartment, but Raph can't sit still and takes to the rooftop to blow off steam. There, he is ambushed by The Foot, who send him crashing through the skylight, leaving him lying unconscious on the floor.

Aided by the Casey Jones, the vigilante from before who witnessed Raph on the rooftop, April and the other Turtles high-tail it out of the now-burning apartment to April's family farm. After recovering, Raph sharpens his sai and continues to rage about his missing master.

After sensing that Splinter is alive, Leonardo takes his brothers to the forest to summon Splinter's astral form from a campfire. The Turtles, renewed by their father's advice, train until they are ready to go back to the city.

The Turtles crash back at their lair for the night, where they find April's boss' son, Danny hiding there. They all go to sleep for the night, but in the morning, realize Danny is gone with a drawing of Raphael from April's sketch portfolio.

The Turtles head off to fight the Foot, overcoming the rank and file and eventually meeting up with their leader, the insidious Oroku Saki. Saki trounces the teens, but is bested in combat by Splinter and falls off of the rooftop.

Later, April and Danny pitch the idea of a Ninja Turtles comic to Mega Comics while the turtles hang around his window, but Jim Prindle shuts down their idea as "farfetched", which Raphael questions.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Movie II: The Secret of the Ooze

Pizza delivery boy Keno is on his way to deliver pizza to the O'Neil home, when he witnesses some thieves robbing Radio Hut at Chet's Mall. He intervenes in an effort to stop them, but is outnumbered - at which point, the Turtles arrive and help take care of the remaining thugs.

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