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Snakeweed
Snakeweed
Biographical information
Abilities

grow legs back

Physical description
Species

Mutant Plant

Gender

Male

Hair color

dark brown

Bandana color

none

Eye color

None

Out of universe information
Era(s)

2012 TV series

First appearance

Rise of the Turtles, Part 2

Created by

Danny Jacobs

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Snakeweed (originally just "Snake") is a villain appearing in the 2012 TV series. He worked as a driver for The Kraang, shipping their Mutagen around as well as transporting the Kraang themselves. The Turtles confront him in Rise of the Turtles, Part 1 and interrogate him. Raphael threatens him during interrogation with a vial of mutagen. After the Turtles get the information they need, they keep Snake captive, although he escapes due to Michelangelo's inattentiveness. Snake hides in an alley, where Raphael and Leonardo mock a conversation about how they will attack Kraang headquarters, knowing that Snake is listening.

Snake tells The Kraang about the Turtles' plot. Snake's van is driven into the HQ, and Snake and The Kraang attack the van, but the Turtles are not inside, as it was a distraction. The van explodes, splashing mutagen all over Snake, mutating him into a plant monster.

Snake later confronts the Turtles in his new form, with Michelangelo dubbing him "Snakeweed" and Leonardo calling him "Stinkweed". Leonardo blows him up by tricking him into the vicinity of a power core. After the Turtles leave, however, his assumed corpse is shown, and his heart begins to beat once more.

Start a Discussion Discussions about Snake (2012 TV series)

  • Snake?

    7 messages
    • He doesn't seem similar to either of those two characters really.
    • Hence "very loosely inspired by". Given certain other references to John Carpenter films in the show, this seems pretty obvious.
  • Why does Snakeweed explodes?

    5 messages
    • Wait... if the Turtles were climbing the building... then who was driving the van?!
    • 193.63.61.35 wrote:Wait... if the Turtles were climbing the building... then who was driving the van?! A brick on the gas pettle, and a door s...
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