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Triceratons are the earliest creation of Mirage Studios, pre-dating even Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in which they have frequently appeared. In nearly all incarnations they are an alien race. In most incarnations, the Triceraton homeworld was destroyed, and their society lives on asteroid ships, often forming the power center of a militaristic republic or empire in space.
Video game characters
2001 CGI project
The Triceratons have a brief appearance in the promotional trailer for a proposed computer-animated series that was never produced.
Animated Film Prequel
In the first movie prequel comic, Leonardo becomes angry with Raphael for trying to leave them in order to save a man from being mugged because there are four heavily armed Triceratons in the sewers who could cause devastation to the city.
List of Known Triceratons
- Azokk: Was a Triceraton ambassador and a friend of Michelangelo from the Mirage comics Vol 4.
- Drel: Appears in the IDW comics "Lost Causes" story.
- Sergeant Gord: Appears in the IDW comics.
- Lieutenant Zovax: Appears in the 2012 animated series episode Riddle Of The Ancient Aeons.
- Boss Zukko: Appears in Fast Forward
- Captain/Commander T'Zirk: Leader of "T'Zirk's Terrors" special forces and a friend of Michelangelo from the Mirage comics.
- Captain Zak: Appears in the Image Comics
- Captain Zarax: Appears in the 1987 animated series. Voiced by Dorian Harewood.
- Captain Zarg: Appeared in the story Terror by Transmat!
- Fleet Commander Zarghan (Mentioned in TMNT Volume 4, #31)
- General Mazog: From the GeFabbri Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles magazine.
- General Zhath: Appeared in the Mirage Comics issue 6.
- Gruell: Tri-Sports Arena master. Appears in the 2003 animated series.
- Major Tritan: Appeared in “Soul Survivor”
- Zarus: Appears in the 2012 animated series episode "Riddle Of The Ancient Aeons".
- Navigation Officer Thrunknor: Appears in Mirage vol. 2
- Prime Leader Zanramon
- Rez: Appears in Teaming Up with Fugitoid
- Sergeant Zule: Appears in the story The Lesson: A Tale of the Triceraton Marines
- Tarsa: Appears in the IDW comics "Lost Causes" story.
- Triceraton All-Star Team
- TriShreddatron: Cancelled.
- Lieutenant Trokk :Triceraton appearing in the IDW comics.
- Xarkfarm: Zanramon's Chief Scientist from the GeFabbri Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles magazine.
- Yot: Triceraton scientist from Lost Causes
- Zad: Appears in the story The Lesson: A Tale of the Triceraton Marines
- Zan: Appeared in Gizmo and the Fugitoid, Book Two
- Emperor Zanmoran: Appeared in the 2012 TV series episode The Arena of Carnage.
- Zaph: Appears in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Universe #17
- Zark: A sergeant of the Triceraton army. Appears in the 2012 TV series.
- Lieutenant Zax: Appears in the 2012 TV series.
- Zed: Appears in Teaming Up with Fugitoid
- Zed Lakin and Raz Charkov: Sports announcers
- Zeg: Appeared in Gizmo and the Fugitoid, Book Two
- Zeno: Appeared in the 2012 TV series episode The Arena of Carnage.
- Zhonk: Host of "Zhonk's Finback Follies" (Mentioned in TMNT Volume 4, #31)
- Zola: Appears in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Universe #17
- Commander Zom: Triceraton Special Forces appearing in The IDW comics.
- Zon: Appears in Teaming Up with Fugitoid
- Lieutenant Zorg appears in Half-Shell Heroes: Blast to the Past
- Commander Zoran: Appears in the 2012 TV series episode The Arena of Carnage.
- Commander Zorin: The second-in-command of the Triceratons. Appears in the 2012 TV series.
- Zot: Appears in the story "Lost Causes".