FANDOM


  • If there's some thoughts on the Noxious Avenger, write them here.

    Proof I found:

    Bebop (Anton Zeck) and Rocksteady (Ivan Steranko) finds the mutagen, fights the Turtles and mutates a construction worker.

    Muckman and Joe Eyeball meets and befriends the Turtles and April.

      Loading editor
    • That guy was a garbageman/sewer worker Not a construction worker.

        Loading editor
    • Trigger009 wrote:
      That guy was a garbageman/sewer worker Not a construction worker.

      Oh a garbage man that Bebop and Rocksteady mutated. Well that explains that hard hat he was wearing. Sorry about that. XD

        Loading editor
    • Are you sure they're gonna be friends with each other? I was under the impression that Muckman was a bad guy. But maybe that's just me being stereotypical.

        Loading editor
    • Jadepalacetrainee wrote:
      Are you sure they're gonna be friends with each other? I was under the impression that Muckman was a bad guy. But maybe that's just me being stereotypical.

      Well it depends. But I'm thinking Muckman would team up with the Turtles and April because of Bebop and Rocksteady (Zeck and Steranko) throwing the mutagen at him.

        Loading editor
    • They'll probably fight each other at first because of the typical "first meeting misunderstanding" trope you see in TV and movies.

        Loading editor
    • Trigger009 wrote:
      They'll probably fight each other at first because of the typical "first meeting misunderstanding" trope you see in TV and movies.

      Who? The Turtles and April or Bebop and Rocksteady (Anton Zeck and Ivan Steranko)?

        Loading editor
    • Julian14bernardino wrote:

      Trigger009 wrote:
      They'll probably fight each other at first because of the typical "first meeting misunderstanding" trope you see in TV and movies.

      Who? The Turtles and April or Bebop and Rocksteady (Anton Zeck and Ivan Steranko)?

      I think muckman will attack the turtles, but only because of the whole "first meeting misunderstanding" that usually happens with heroes. I don't they'll write the situation but i'm just guessing that that's what's gonna happen.

        Loading editor
    • Trigger009 wrote:

      Julian14bernardino wrote:

      Trigger009 wrote:
      They'll probably fight each other at first because of the typical "first meeting misunderstanding" trope you see in TV and movies.
      Who? The Turtles and April or Bebop and Rocksteady (Anton Zeck and Ivan Steranko)?
      I think muckman will attack the turtles, but only because of the whole "first meeting misunderstanding" that usually happens with heroes. I don't they'll write the situation but i'm just guessing that that's what's gonna happen.

      Remember the 1987 version of Bebop and Rocksteady mutating Garson Grunge and Joe Junkee (Joe Eyeball and Muckman) in 1987 TMNT.

        Loading editor
    • Muckman kicks SHELL! Toxic puke, slime morphing, super strength, trashokinesis, dude is gon' be one SHELL of an ally.

        Loading editor
    • Well, it's been confirmed that Shredder wants to use the serum on Karai!  The turtles better rescue her soon!

        Loading editor
    • If you are a ninja turtle, never be seen on tv, your master will not tolerate excuses and ground you like there's no tomorrow, even if it's not really your fault.

        Loading editor
    • Kudos to the funniest episode of the series so far XD

        Loading editor
    • I didn't care for this episode... it felt like it suffered the same problem as the earlier episodes of the season... it felt like weak writing, it was predictable... and I didn't find the humour all that great... I was worried this would be a b story episode - and sure enough, It was... atleast it felt like one, despite it being tied to the Shredder brainwash storyline... I honestly just wasn't impressed... will watch again later, I was tired, so maybe the episode needs another chance... but I remember thinking, gee, this is so predictable and we've seen this storyline so many times now - the misunderstanding, the weak motivation behind Muckman's character... The show needs to deliver like it was for a while this season, we've sat through enough lackluster/weak episodes in my opinion...

        Loading editor
    • ShellBrain wrote:
      I didn't care for this episode... it felt like it suffered the same problem as the earlier episodes of the season... it felt like weak writing, it was predictable... and I didn't find the humour all that great... I was worried this would be a b story episode - and sure enough, It was... atleast it felt like one, despite it being tied to the Shredder brainwash storyline... I honestly just wasn't impressed... will watch again later, I was tired, so maybe the episode needs another chance... but I remember thinking, gee, this is so predictable and we've seen this storyline so many times now - the misunderstanding, the weak motivation behind Muckman's character... The show needs to deliver like it was for a while this season, we've sat through enough lackluster/weak episodes in my opinion...

      I agree, the only thing that seems to have been added to the storyline is the fact that we now know Shredder plans to use the serum on Karai.

        Loading editor
    • Muckman is the hero that New York City needs, not what it deserves. Cos really, that trashokinesis would do a LOT of good for this city.

      But lets talk about the most important issue- THEY REFERENCED BLACK NERD COMEDY! "I'm Audi 5000!" AWESOME!

        Loading editor
    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      Muckman is the hero that New York City needs, not what it deserves. Cos really, that trashokinesis would do a LOT of good for this city.

      But lets talk about the most important issue- THEY REFERENCED BLACK NERD COMEDY! "I'm Audi 5000!" AWESOME!

      Actually incorrect. Andre did not create that saying... its been around for a LONG TIME (the 80's i beleive) but gained popularity in the mid 90's because it was showing up in "hip" movies...

      I myself used it back in high school before Andre was making videos on youtube... it was a weird slang my friends and I used.

      Andre references old nostalgic tropes and pop culture everytime he uses it...

      Then again, they could have put that in there because he does say it a lot... but the creators are very much aware of older movies/that era... so I think its more a coincedence/ hey we like that saying too

        Loading editor
    • DPfanboy wrote:
      ShellBrain wrote:
      I didn't care for this episode... it felt like it suffered the same problem as the earlier episodes of the season... it felt like weak writing, it was predictable... and I didn't find the humour all that great... I was worried this would be a b story episode - and sure enough, It was... atleast it felt like one, despite it being tied to the Shredder brainwash storyline... I honestly just wasn't impressed... will watch again later, I was tired, so maybe the episode needs another chance... but I remember thinking, gee, this is so predictable and we've seen this storyline so many times now - the misunderstanding, the weak motivation behind Muckman's character... The show needs to deliver like it was for a while this season, we've sat through enough lackluster/weak episodes in my opinion...
      I agree, the only thing that seems to have been added to the storyline is the fact that we now know Shredder plans to use the serum on Karai.

      The sad thing is, WE KNEW THAT already lol... Sigh... It really didn't feel like a high calibur episode... It feels like the show has been toned down/ lost touch with what it used to be... the compelling story just doesn't feel there anymore... Season 3 feels like its starting to crawl again, despite the last couple of episodes really bringing it to new places... Even the Kraang thing was wrapped up quickly, which is fine, IF they had something more succulent/juicey for us in terms of a new plot... but it feels like this latest episode and the ones to come will just be circling the drain of this new storyline, and prolonging it until a better plot is revealed... season 3 really doesnt feel like it was well planned out I guess is what I'm trying to say.

        Loading editor
    • ShellBrain wrote:

      DPfanboy wrote:
      ShellBrain wrote:
      I didn't care for this episode... it felt like it suffered the same problem as the earlier episodes of the season... it felt like weak writing, it was predictable... and I didn't find the humour all that great... I was worried this would be a b story episode - and sure enough, It was... atleast it felt like one, despite it being tied to the Shredder brainwash storyline... I honestly just wasn't impressed... will watch again later, I was tired, so maybe the episode needs another chance... but I remember thinking, gee, this is so predictable and we've seen this storyline so many times now - the misunderstanding, the weak motivation behind Muckman's character... The show needs to deliver like it was for a while this season, we've sat through enough lackluster/weak episodes in my opinion...
      I agree, the only thing that seems to have been added to the storyline is the fact that we now know Shredder plans to use the serum on Karai.

      The sad thing is, WE KNEW THAT already lol... Sigh... It really didn't feel like a high calibur episode... It feels like the show has been toned down/ lost touch with what it used to be... the compelling story just doesn't feel there anymore... Season 3 feels like its starting to crawl again, despite the last couple of episodes really bringing it to new places... Even the Kraang thing was wrapped up quickly, which is fine, IF they had something more succulent/juicey for us in terms of a new plot... but it feels like this latest episode and the ones to come will just be circling the drain of this new storyline, and prolonging it until a better plot is revealed... season 3 really doesnt feel like it was well planned out I guess is what I'm trying to say.

      Actually, I saw the preview for next week's episode and it's gonna be the one where Raph gets mind controlled, so we know that one will go back to the Karai storyline.

        Loading editor
    • ShellBrain wrote:

      Then again, they could have put that in there because he does say it a lot... but the creators are very much aware of older movies/that era... so I think its more a coincedence/ hey we like that saying too

      While its more likely your thing, I'm still hoping for my thing as it'd be AWESOME!

        Loading editor
    • I thought the ending was funny with the Turtles still being grounded and beaten by Splinter and April getting busted for helping them sneak out of the lair.

        Loading editor
    • When I first knew about Muckman, I wondered if he'd joing the Mighty Mutanimals. Now, I'm wondering if he even NEEDS to joing a team! Dude's got super strength, disolving, toxic slime barf, and TRASHOKINESIS! Dude is freaking OP and I LOVE IT! MAKE A COMIC MIRAGE/IDW! IT WOULD BE AWESOME!

        Loading editor
    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      Muckman is the hero that New York City needs, not what it deserves. Cos really, that trashokinesis would do a LOT of good for this city.

      But lets talk about the most important issue- THEY REFERENCED BLACK NERD COMEDY! "I'm Audi 5000!" AWESOME!

      HAha dude, Andre adressed the Audi 5000, turns out it might actually have been done for him... haha... Watch his latest vid.

      Side note: Rewatching the latest episode, I did enjoy it a lot more... but I still think it was a weaker episode in terms of writing, character motivations... but hell, its nowhere near as bad as the early season 3 episodes. I am curious what Muckman's role in the show will be moving forward.

        Loading editor
    • ShellBrain wrote:

      HAha dude, Andre adressed the Audi 5000, turns out it might actually have been done for him... haha... Watch his latest vid.

      Side note: Rewatching the latest episode, I did enjoy it a lot more... but I still think it was a weaker episode in terms of writing, character motivations... but hell, its nowhere near as bad as the early season 3 episodes. I am curious what Muckman's role in the show will be moving forward.

      KNEW IT! He has achieved a NEW level of nerdiness, maybe even three levels!

      What I HOPE his role is is along with the Mutanimals, Mondo Gecko, Muckman, the Punk Frogs and the Turtles fighting an army of Foot Ninjas, Kraangdroids, mutants and Shredder in an epic season 2 style FRACAS! FRACAS I SAY! 

      And yeah the early season 3 eps were filler, but I loved em anyway! I really love this show's mutagen, SO much potential for monsters of the week!

      Edit: FINAL NOTE- Are we seriously not talking about what Baxter was working on there? He is CLEARLY working on making himself a super mutant, and I can not WAIT for that to go down.

        Loading editor
    • Finally saw the episode today.

      ...That has one of the weakest episodes of the series. Incredibly gross character, and painfully cliché plot.

      But I was amused by Splinter being the strict disciplinarian dad—much more than usual. It also seems to be the first real conflict April and Splinter have had with each other. Rest in peace, living room TV; you survived Irma Subprime's assault, but not Splinter's walking stick.

      And I've noticed in this series that we've seen the inside of Mikey's bedroom a lot, and Raph's bedroom sometimes, but we have yet to see the inside of Leo and Donnie's bedrooms. Would be funny if they reflected their personalities—tight ship and uptight, respectively. Points if Leo's room has tatami flooring and a traditional futon instead of a box spring bed.

      Great humor in the turtles ridiculing Bebop and Rocksteady's conspicuous van while parking their own even more conspicuous van. With their conspicuousness going into 1987 series territory, the show is at least smart enough to point out how ridiculous(ly funny) it is.

        Loading editor
    • Does anybody else think the newslady claiming the turtles were child-eaters was a reference to the Mutant Ninja Turtles Gaiden fan-comic? The 'real' main character was a kid eaten by a clone mutant turtle and, after it was brought to the lair by Raph and Donnie, the mutant had all the memories of and believe he was the boy he ate.

        Loading editor
    • MadieB1999 wrote: Does anybody else think the newslady claiming the turtles were child-eaters was a reference to the Mutant Ninja Turtles Gaiden fan-comic? The 'real' main character was a kid eaten by a clone mutant turtle and, after it was brought to the lair by Raph and Donnie, the mutant had all the memories of and believe he was the boy he ate.

      Yeah, I noticed that too. :) It's always possible, since MNT Gaiden is so widely read. But we may never know for sure, because it's considered bad form for writers of commercial cartoons and comics to read fanfiction, and they probably won't be allowed to acknowledge it without legal liability.

        Loading editor
    • How unfair is it that MNT Gaiden isn't published, yet Fifty Shades of Gray gets a damned movie! And not everyone can be lucky like "Red vs Blue" who was sponsored by Bungie, damn shame.

        Loading editor
    • Kinda off-topic now.

        Loading editor
    • I can't wait for the new episodes to come out, Julian Bernardino! I love the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles!

        Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
Give Kudos to this message
You've given this message Kudos!
See who gave Kudos to this message
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.