Fictional team of four teenage anthropomorphic turtles, trained in the ancient art of ninjutsu
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Greetings Turtletarians! Welcome to our most monumentous 268th episode of Turtle Soup Podcast! This episode marks the end of our coverage concerning the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Animated Series as herein we review the 8th and final episode of season 10 as well as the series as a whole, entitled "divide and conquer!" Not gonna lie... This hit us hard. This cartoon was fundamental to not only our individual lives, but pop culture in general. More specifically, this show was one of the main impetuses behind us starting this podcast! I believe prior to the starting the podcast, I (Eazy) had attempted to watch all of the episodes but could only make it into about season 3 before I gave up. So, crossing this herculean task off our bucket lists is a huge deal. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles end their inaugural animated series with a solid banger! The TMNT find themselves in the midst of a battle with an unknown alien threat. The struggle ends with this alien who we named "Roach Daddy," teleports away right before the turtles can pressure them for any answers. Before beaming away, Roach Daddy swipes Leo's belt and peace's out, leaving the TMNT perplexed and needing answers. We find out that Roach Daddy essentially was a contestant in a little bar game that is being put on by none other than Lord Dregg. He's attempting to find anyone who can go toe to toe with the TMNT for at least 90 seconds and make it back with a souvenir. Fast forward a bit and Dregg has his 5 best fighters that consist of C3PNO, Devils Lettuce, Roach Daddy, Gora, and Sweet Potatoes (all names given by Turtle Soup respectfully). Dregg stops by Mung's micro(bot)brewery that is breeding the microbots for the invasion force or something like that. Dregg demands that he be given some microbots to make a suit of armor to battle the TMNT. Mung says no because they need all the microbots to continue preparation for the invasion. Dregg just starts blasting and hits one of the containers filled with microbots. He scoops them up and heads out to the tune of Mung yelling that he's gone mad, thus, presumably, ending Dregg and Mungs relationship. We then see Dregg revealing his newly created suit of armor "The Morphogenesis Exoskeleton" to his new friends. Upon donning his new apparel, Dregg reveals that the 5 "xbox logos" on his chest actually open up to reveal Doctor Octopus arms that grip the 5 warriors and then Dregg proceeds to steal their "abilities." After acquiring the new abilities, Dregg makes his way to Earth and summons the TMNT to test out his new abilities. Basically, the Morphogenesis Exoskeleton gives him Ant-Man powers. He can also grow another set of arms, morph into a ball of clay and roll around, has X-ray vision sorta, and can also do some robot android things. He displays all of this against the turtles and gets them to run into the sewers. This eventually leads to Dregg punching down through the street and the TMNT flooding the sewers to cause enough pressure to send him flying away. The TMNT decide they need to get Krang's Android Body from Dimension X and more specifically The Technodrome! Donatello brings out the ole portable portal generator and while setting it up, Lord Dregg appears on its tiny monitor and informs us that he's captured April O'Neil in her apartment and to come get her. Raph and Leo go get April. Don and Mikey go get Krang's Android Body. The fight with Dregg in April's apartment is pretty funny, as the TMNT true to form, rope-a-dope Dregg into freezing the floor with liquid nitrogen and falling through. The turtles and April make their escape in the Turtle Van with Dregg in motorcycle form in hot pursuit. They end up at a junkyard and Dregg starts to use the compactor on them. Meanwhile, in Dimension X, Don and Mike find the Technodrome in utter disrepair and currently occupied by some weird android men and a phony Krang's Android Body.
This is it the episode everyone is looking forward to, Tidas is exposed to great artwork from the masters. We get his unique perspective on how a great work of art makes him think of cheeseburgers and religious pictures make him want to cut class so he doesn't have to do homework.
Omar and Terry gave their post-fight analysis. Tyson Fury retains WBC heavyweight title, closes trilogy with second KO win over Deontay Wilder Deontay Wilder just simply wouldn't go away. Not after a third-round knockdown. Not as Tyson Fury battered him around the ring, round after round.But Fury wore down the challenger, scoring another knockdown in Round 10 before brutally finishing Wilder with a highlight-reel knockout in the 11th on Saturday at T-Mobile Arena to retain his WBC heavyweight title in one of the most action-packed title fights of all time.The fight featured five combined knockdowns, with Wilder going down three times and Fury going down twice, both in Round 4.Fury (31-0-1, 22 KOs) was ahead on all three scorecards when the fight was stopped: 95-92, 94-92 and 95-91. ESPN scored it 96-89.
We all have them...those moments in our lives that impact who we are, our personality, our interests, and in some cases how we see the world. These moments can be big or small and come from unexpected places. Chris and Kyle explore this idea by diving into 1991's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Secret of the Ooze. A movie that released when they were just five years old but had a strong impact on their paths to becoming the geeks they are today. www.geekketchuppodcast.com GeeK KetchUP MerchandiseFollow GeeK KetchUP and the guys:Facebook: GeeK KetchUP PodcastGeeK KetchUP YouTube ChannelInstagram:@geekketchuppod @keccard2@geekketchupchris Twitter: @geekketchuppod@KyleEccard @HeckorinoMusic Credits:Driving Rock - AShamaluevMusicCity - AShamaluevMusicMusic Link: https://www.patreon.com/ashamaluevmusic Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/geekketchuppod)
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Jordan Cann is a Martial Arts practitioner, professional dancer, actor, and filmmaker. Because I was a dancer, it made me a better Martial Artist. It made me understand my body a little bit more and how to move it in certain ways. It also helped me improve my technique when it comes to puches, straight lines, and things like that… Jordan Cann - Episode 646 Being a fan of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is not unusual for us here in our community. The same is true for our guest today, Jordan Cann. Growing up watching TMNT has attached Jordan to Martial Arts, however, he was a dancer first before becoming a Martial Artist. Little did he know, being a dancer will only make him a better Martial Artist. In this episode, Jordan Cann talks about Martial Arts and how it paved the way for him to get projects in Hollywood. Show Notes Check out more about Jordan Cann on his website https://jordacann.com or follow him on Instagram.
Greetings Turtletarians! This episode of Turtle Soup Podcast was live streamed on September 30th, 2021. In this episode, we review episode 7 "The Day The Earth Disappeared," which is the penultimate of the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Animated Series' 10th and final season. This is a bitter sweet moment for your deep diving daddies here at Turtle Soup. We've spent countless hours watching, notating, and reviewing these episodes and here we are at the end of another monumental chapter in our journey, not only for the TMNT but for pop culture in general. As with the actual main plot of the episode, this one kinda sucks. So, basically, Lord Dregg and Mung plan to bring Earth to Dimension X as they believe that they are always losing because they are playing on the enemy's turf. The baddies create a vortex or warp or portal or something to Dimension X. However, the portal needs time to grow big enough to fully take in the entire Earth. They then create a blackhole to suck the Earth into the portal to Dimension X. This causes minor damage to things on Earth but it is enough to trigger the TMNT's early warning systems. Donatello discovers what's happening and coincidentally happens to have finally fixed his portable portal generator. They turn it on and are immediately met with the sucking force of the blackhole. Leo and Don are the first to succumb to the pull of the hole through the portable portal generator as is Splinter. This leaves Michaelangelo and Raphael hanging on to Michaelangelo's grappling hook for dear life. At the same time across town, we have April O'Neil enjoying a cool evening with the windows open and indulging in some sweet sweet 90's internet when all of a sudden she experiences the effects of the blackhole. She instinctively heads to the lair after making a FaceTime call with the Turtles where they basically inform her that they're in trouble too. We find that Leonardo and Donatello end up on some weird planet in Dimension X and have to fight some rock creature that's appendages protrude from the ground and hold them captive. Splinter however gets transported to the Dreggnaught after Mung initiates something in an attempt to expedite the process. Upon arriving, Splinter immediately goes into ninja rat survival dad mode and is probably one of the only redeeming parts of this episode. He makes his way through the Dreggnaught, finding the "invasion force" of suited up batmen and then continues on his way through the ship. April O'Neil shows up to the lair where Michaelangelo and Raphael are still hanging on but almost immediately let go once they see her, and allow themselves to be sucked into the portable portal generator. This leaves April to figure this problem out. Michaelangelo and Raphael are sent to a similar but different place in Dimension X. They fight a giant fire breathing devil dinosaur and then are able to flee to another place in Dimension X where they fight a giant snow ape like creature and then run away. Back in the lair, April O'Neil is able to do something to the portable portal generator. Splinter eventually gets caught by Dregg but is able to trigger the portal to bring Leonardo and Donatello to the Dreggnaught. They fight. Then April opens the portal and Michaelangelo and Raphael arrive in the Dreggnaught and Splinter rushes them with Leonardo and Donatello in tow and make it back to the lair through the portal. This leaves Dregg, Mung and all the batmen to be sucked into the blackhole. The episode ends with the TMNT back in the lair sometime later watching the news not give them their due recognition for stopping the global disaster. Donatello informs them that he's fixed the portable portal generator and turns it on. Immediately a giant monstrous hand comes through and the turtles throw their weapons at the machine to destroy it. What did you think of this second to last episode of the entire se...
In this totally tubular episode, we kick it with our buddy Craig Holland talk about his current Kickstarter campaign and Tales of the TMNT, vol. 2, issue 3 entitled "Worms of Madness: Part One" over a mega slice of spinach, mushroom, and fettuccine lean cuisine pizza! Craig's Latest Kickstarter - Our Adventure with Corp. Mass-Scott Craig's Social Media Art Pages - Facebook, Twitter/Instagram - @CHollandArt Links: Turtle Tales Radio Email – email@example.com Turtle Comm Hotline – 865-309-4875 Instagram - @TurtlePodRob Twitter - @TurtlePodRob Facebook - Facebook.com/Groups/TurtleTales "Technodrome: Let's Kick Shell” and “TMNT: Cartoon Closing Theme” by Enjoy the Ride Records Robert Lum's TMNT Shop - The Turtle Tracks - Follow @TheTurtleTracks on Instagram What's Next on Turtle Tales Radio: The Last Ronin #4 with Zach from Booyakashow!
Hope y'all have an appetite because we've got quite a meaty episode for ya! This week on ScaryCrit, Melle and Jared first flip open the Negronomicon to coverages of some notable passings in the entertainment sphere, a certain Netflix show that completely upended our (and the world's) weekend and the very important IATSE strike. Afterwards, we took a visit back to high school for the comedy-drama horror cult classic, Jennifer's Body (2009). From Diablo Cody's insanely quotable and classic screenplay, toxic co-dependency, some academic resources and the fact that this movie was a giant table-flip on the male gaze, there's a lot to gain sustenance from here. We hope you enjoy!Gems from Episode 35VHS (2012)V/H/S/2 (2013)Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song (1971)Sex and the City (1998)Tiger King (2020)Tiger King 2 (2021)Squid Game (2021)Pan's Labyrinth (2006)Inuyasha (2000)Sailor Moon (1992)Game of Thrones (2011)Jennifer's Body (2009)Juno (2007)Cabin in the Woods (2011)The Monstrous-Feminine (Barbara Creed, 1993, Print)The Exorcist (1973)Twilight (2008)The Twilight Saga: New Moon (2009)Black Swan (2010)Mean Girls (2004)Law & Order: SVU (1999)Mystic River (2003)Charmed (1998)Snow White and the Seven Dwarves (1937)Doug (1991)Suicide Squad (2015)Birds of Prey (2020)The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)American Horror Story: Red Tide (2021)Snow White and the Huntsman (2012)The Mummy (1999)Creepshow (2019)Tales from the Hood 3 (2020)Tales from the Crypt (1989)Werewolves Within (2021)Carrie (1976)Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen (2004)Transformers (2007)Zola (2021)Columbo (1968)The Last House on the Left (1972)The Laugh of the Medusa (Hélène Cixous,1975, Print)Till Death (2021)Gerald's Game (2018)TMNT (2007)Blood Quantum (2019)
The Dashing Duo speak to Pat and Karl, who work in product development and marketing for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles line at Playmates Toys. They talk all about the latest Turtles toys, their experiences working on the Turtles line over the years, and so much more. If you are a TMNT fan, you are […]
Capes and Lunatics Ep #228: Who Is Carnage? This week your geek guides discuss various topics including: The origin of Carnage and some of his best and weirdest comic book tales. New comics including Little Guardians #1, TMNT: The Last Ronin #4, Radiant Black #8, Vampire: The Masquerade #10, Moon Knight #3, X-Men #3, Aquaman: The Becoming #1, Guardians of the Galaxy #18 Show notes: Capes and Lunatics Ep #228: Who Is Carnage? Find all of our Social Media here: https://linktr.ee/capesandlunatics Follow Phil Perich on Twitter: https://twitter.com/nightwingpdp Follow Charlie Esser on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CharlieEsser Follow Lilith Hellfire on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LilithHellfire Produced by: Capes and Lunatics Podcast Production Team: Phil Perich Support the Capes and Lunatics Podcast on Patreon www.patreon.com/capesandlunatics
Greetings Turtletarians! This 266th episode of Turtle Soup Podcast was live streamed on September 23, 2021. On this episode we take a look at some emails and then immerse ourselves in the depths of muck and mire that comprise the villain THE GLOBFATHER from this 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Animated Series Season 10 Episode 6 entitled "Mobster from Dimension X!" Here we get introduced to Professor Huxley and his protein computer, that would have totally been featured on Channel 6's "Highly Desired Technological Showcase" segment prior to the channels demise in red skies. Nevertheless, the news of this technology has reached the ears of some villainous mobsters as well as the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Donatello. Both of whom are attending a symposium on the device at the same time. Professor Huxley demonstrates the uses of his protein computer by turning off the lights and what not. A shakedown takes place and the TMNT are able to prevent the theft. This failure results in the mobsters returning to their base to face their boss, The Globfather, an anthropomorphic being of slime that, as far as we know, has some shape shifting abilities and can expose others to his slime and turn them into beings like himself or at least cover them in slime. The rules of his powers are not ever fully explained. We then get introduced to Professor Huxley's son, Ronnie, who, throughout this entire episode is basically ignored and brushed aside by every adult. He for some reason has made it into a highly defended science facility unbeknownst to anyone, even his father. His presence is made known by means of his remote control car. The Globfather shows up with his mobster goons and they are able to thwart the security of the science facility as well as the TMNT who show up eventually. The Globfather procures the protein computer and Professor Huxley albeit sans the slab of protein that is essential for the device to function. The TMNT review some security footage and discover Professor Huxley places the protein in Ronnie's backpack. This eventually leads to everyone finding out that Ronnie has the protein piece of the puzzle and all parties are in pursuit of the boy and his backpack. This leads to a show down with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and The Globfather's mobsters who have Ronnie cornered. The TMNT make short work of the mobsters but then have to deal with The Globfather. After a little bit of fighting and running, The Globfather is able to acquire the boy and the backpack but leaves the boy dangling from a fire escape and takes off with the backpack containing the protein piece. Now that The Globfather has all the pieces of the device, he contacts his boss for further instruction. None other than Lord Dregg himself is the mastermind behind this plan and reveals that he's trying to use this device to take over all the major cities of the world. The Globfather eventually puts on the helmet of the protein computer and uses it to wreck some stuff around the city and takes control of the Turtle Van. The turtles destroy the computer system in the van and then take take Ronnie (who is unphased by the TMNT in any capacity) to their lair. There they create a helmet that could rival the original. The TMNT and Ronnie make their way to the National Phone Switching Network building where Dregg and The Globfather are taking control of satellites and threatening the League of Nations. The TMNT drop in through a skylight and rope a dope the baddies leaving Donatello to match whits with Dregg's ability to use the protein computer via their helmets. This results in the inevitable win for the TMNT resulting in The Globfather being sucked up by some vacuum car and Dregg taking him and his mobsters back to the Dreggnaught in Dimension X. What did you think of The Globfather? Have you ever been considered a "mobster?" Are you a Ronnie or a Donnie?
In this totally tubular episode, we travel back to September 1997 to watch The Next Mutation - East Meets West: Part 1 over a mega slice of sou cream and licorice pizza! Thank you for giving us a listen! Cowabunga! Tara's Latest Kickstarter - Twisting Time Anthology Craig's Latest Kickstarter - Our Adventure with Corp. Mass-Scott Links: Turtle Tales Radio Email – firstname.lastname@example.org Turtle Comm Hotline – 865-309-4875 Instagram - @TurtlePodRob Twitter - @TurtlePodRob Facebook - Facebook.com/Groups/TurtleTales "Technodrome: Let's Kick Shell” and “TMNT: Cartoon Closing Theme” by Enjoy the Ride Records Robert Lum's TMNT Shop - The Turtle Tracks - Follow @TheTurtleTracks on Instagram What's Next on Turtle Tales Radio: The Last Ronin #4 OR Tales of the TMNT, Vol. 2, #3
Wes is back with another episode of the The Comic Wrap. Wes runs down the biggest comic book and pop culture news and best conversations of the week. Comic writer and editor Aaron Sparrow talks about a new trend emerging, comic shops quitting new comics. Between the cost and demand of new comics for some stores new comics are no longer worth it. (00:00:00) Comic book legend Larry Hama claimed superheroes are fascist symbols while talking about Snake Eyes after the film bombed. (00:22:08) Disney recently promoted Victoria Alonso, the exec who thinks the “Men” in X-Men is outdated due to female characters. It isn't the first time Disney rewarded incompetence. (44:14) Mags Visaggio was a hot up and coming comic writer not that long ago. Perch and Wes discuss how Mags threw it away with horrible behavior on social media. (01:07:46) Perch sticks around and talks about BS storylines and moments in comics the past 20 years. (01:30:02) Yellow Flash joins Wes to talk bout one of his favorite comic characters, Ben Reilly. Reilly is returning as Spider-Man in December as Nick Spencer exits the series. (01:55:03) X-Men historian Dok joins Wes to talk about the crowing divide between comic creators and fans. Can it be healed? (02:24:41) Finally, writer Mark Pellegrini joins Wes to discuss Mirage Studios finally closing their doors, 12 years after selling TMNT to Viacom/Nickelodeon. (02:49:20) Support Thinking Critical at Ko-fi. Monthly subscriptions receive bonus content and early access to some channel content. Ko-fi.com/thinkingcritical Thank you for supporting the channel!
On Today's Episode, Ryan is solo as he talks about his favorite books from this week! This weeks reads were Moon Knight #3 Death of Doctor Strange #1 TMNT: The Last Ronin #4 You can follow The Comic Lounge on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/thecomiclounge Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecomiclounge Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thecomiclounge TeePublic: https://www.teepublic.com/user/thecomiclounge https://www.thecomiclounge.com
This week we break down the episode “Turtles of the Jungle”. We get into Jason being the pizza fairy and the TMNT version of Godzilla vs Kong. Anna also reveals what kind of emotional support animal she would like This week's news items: April playable […]
This week we break down the episode “Turtles of the Jungle”. We get into Jason being the pizza fairy and the TMNT version of Godzilla vs Kong. Anna also reveals what kind of emotional support animal she would like This week’s news items: April playable […]
BooyakaShow! a TMNT Podcast is back with another team up presentation of BooyakaTales! Radio featuring our good pal Rob from Turtle Tales Radio! Check out the latest collaboration as Rob and Zach link up to discuss TMNT issue 119. Things get pretty intense inside Mutant Town! Raphael visits Casey Jones and their reunion doesn't go...
Special Guest Nonito Donaire comes on this episode of the OZONE! Omar and Terry talk baseball, Omar won his fantasy baseball league! He breaks down his winning squad and talks about how the post season is shaping up (01:03), Nonito Donaire joins to talk about how boxing needs to change (15:20), Nonito's Wife Rachel Donaire first woman to have a WBC Trainers belt comes on to talk about what they learned about the boxing business and how they keep it all in the family(21:28). All this and so much more on this episode of the Ozone
Pat Fraley (https://patfraley.com/) talks about his upcoming appearance at Unicon in Las Vegas October 1st-3rd, 2021 (https://www.unicon.vegas/), his online voice acting courses (https://patfraley.com/pf/product-category/hsc/), and his amazing career voicing characters for TMNT, GI Joe, TaleSpin, The Centurions, BraveStarr, and more! 0:00 SEGMENT 1: Pat Fraley (https://twitter.com/PFraleyteaches) talks about voicing cartoons in the same room as his fellow cast members, when it's okay to change a line in the script, how Pat's courses teach students how to wow a casting director in the first 4 seconds of an audition, and the differences between how directors act whether it is a cartoon, video game, or narration gig. 16:56 SEGMENT 2: Pat Fraley (https://www.youtube.com/user/PatrickFraley) talks about the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cast reuniting at Unicon in Las Vegas October 1st-3rd, the most interesting fan interaction he's ever had at a convention, how animation really exploded after He-Man debuted in 1983, trading voices with Neil Ross, and the one role he wished he would have gotten. 31:56 SEGMENT 3: Pat Fraley talks about meeting Ed Asner after being targeted by Nazis, his 3 favorite projects of all time, admiring Don Messick and Daws Butler as a kid and then later getting to work with them, who made him a better actor, what celebrities do after a convention is over, and if he regrets not taking on more live action roles. Thanks to our sponsors Marcus Theatres (https://www.marcustheatres.com/) and Historic St. Charles, Missouri (https://www.discoverstcharles.com/) Amazon Affiliate Link - http://bit.ly/geektome Buy Me a Coffee - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/3Y0D2iaZl Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/GeekToMeRadio Website - http://geektomeradio.com/ Podcast - https://anchor.fm/jamesenstall Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/GeekToMeRadio/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/geektomeradio Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/geektomeradio/ Producer - Joseph Vosevich https://twitter.com/Joey_Vee --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jamesenstall/support
Greetings Turtletarians! This 265th episode of Turtle Soup Podcast was live streamed on September 16th, 2021 and we reviewed the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Animated Series Season 10, Episode 5 entitled "Turtles to the Second Power!" We also read a few emails and give some more details about our very own (and first iirc) "Ryan's Radically Rewatchable Rerun Raffle!" This episode finds our heroes on the receiving end of the life transfusion that the TMNT from the past were brought to the present to provide. This takes... 15 hours apparently. After the 15 hours have passed and all 8 Turtles are back in tip top shape they head out to take care of some small disturbance in the form of a "Robot Chicken Invasion Force" that took Dregg and Mung around... 15 hours to manufacture. No big deal. So, Carter decides to split the team up and have the TMNT from the past stay and deal with the Robot Chicken Invasion Force and the TMNT of the present go with him to take care of Dregg. During this time, Shredder and Krang are walking around the streets of New York planning their revenge on Dregg. They come up with a plan that involves Krang using his "mental brain powers" that apparently allow him to hypnotize weak-minded individuals for about 30 minutes. They decide on capturing one of Mung's Batmen, who happen to just be in the same area as them, and so using the ancient foot clan art of "try to shoot me and miss and hit this other thing that falls on top of you," Shredder and Krang now have their hypnotized Batman. They get him to treat them as captives. They head to the power plant and then try to fool Dregg with a bogus chip but get ratted out by Dregg's Krang brain. Just then the TMNT show up and fighting ensues. This ends in Dregg seemingly winning the fight and then enacts his plan to bring a little piece of the sun into all the major cities of the world. He then calls the "league of nations" to make his demands and they just laugh him off and say they don't deal with fake threats. Turns out, while the fighting was happened, Donny T does some machines and basically rigs the computers virtual reality simulator to make Dregg think his plan had worked. Mean while, April O'Neil is trying to get the help of the local authorities but they apparently are too busy to care. The TMNT from the past are rope-a-doping the Robot Chicken Invasion Force and manage to commandeer one of them and head back to the power plant. Splinter is just chillin in the lair when Landor and Merrick finally show up. Oh I forgot to mention that there was a subplot of "will the future cops be able to make it back in time to take the past TMNT back to the past from the future because we can't get the internet to bounce a signal off a star to the future to let them know that the present day TMNT have received a successful transfusion of live force from the TMNT of the past and they are pretty much no longer needed..." At the power plant, more fighting is about to take place when the TMNT from the past burst through the wall with the Robot Chicken Invasion Force machine and then are quickly dismantled by Dregg's microbots. Then more fighting happens and then the Donatello's are able to reconfigure the transport machine and basically send all that remains of Dregg's Robot Chicken Invasion Force from wrecking all the major cities around the world to a remote asteroid in space... basically sentencing them to space prison death. And then the Donatello's turn Dregg's plan against him by sending a piece of the sun into the Dreggnaught, thus enacting a death sentence on all of its crew and then they end up sending Dregg, Mung and the rest of the Batmen up there as well. Shredder and Krang are presumably sent back to Dimension X but its not very clear. The 8 TMNT and Carter all book it out of the nuclear power plant as its about to blow due to some weird connection with the Dreggnaughts transport device and the ...
Fan Effect host Andy Farnsworth is joined by Hollywood voiceover star Rob Paulsen ahead of his appearance at FanX Salt Lake as a featured guest in September, and the release of season two of Animaniacs on Hulu in November. Rob is best known for being the voice of Yakko Warner on "Animaniacs", Pinky on "Pinky and the Brain", Raphael on the original "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" cartoon in 1987, Donatello in the 2012 TMNT reboot on Nickelodeon, and Carl Wheezer on "Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius", but he has voiced hundreds of roles on hundreds of TV shows and movies. Rob talks how it feels to revisit the role of Yakko after nearly 25 years, how he feels about the "Countries of the World" song, what it's like to be part of juggernaut Ninja Turtles franchise, how he used to impersonate his characters while ordering food, and the time he had to "voice" a makeout scene in one of Tom Cruise's most famous roles. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to our BRAND-NEW show, Fenix & Filippo: Pop Culture Chaos for Wednesday, September 15th 2021 - It's Video Game Wednesday, with: ~ Nerd News ~ Daily Deep Dive - Reviews of Gods Unchained & WarioWare: Get It Together! ~ Retro Rewind - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Arcade Game ~ Kollector Korner ~ And Much More! Listen LIVE Every Weekday From 8a-9a PT: Fenix Media Radio - FM.FenixMedia.us/PCC Affiliate Show Sponsor: Loot Crate | Monthly Geeky Subscription Box - FM.FenixMedia.us/LC ***License to use music contained in this program was issued by ASCAP (License #: 400009234) and BMI (License #: 60993608) for use by Fenix Media, Sparks, NV.
It's the one hundredth (and final?) episode of The Reluctant Adult Podcast! Whatever happened to those Celerity Death Match action figures? How did we get Dragonheart toys but nothing for Reign of Fire? Five Below has Bluey figures, including the Grannies! Hasbro's HasLab Sentinel gets off to a wobbly start. Cookie Monster's true name revealed! Playmates counters NECA with more awful TMNT figures. Plus, Sun Man, a new Matrix trailer, and Theater Luke! Instagram @TheReluctantAdultPodcast Twitter @Reluctant_Pod
On this episode of the O-ZONE Omar and Terry talk about the US open. Is Novak Djokovic over the hill (1:30)? and is Naomi Osaka done with tennis (15:05)? Tony Jeffries calls in to talk about the Evander Holyfield fight (21:34), they discuss the current state of the MLB(54:53), and Trucker Dave calls in to talk about week one of the NFL (1:08:30). All this and so much more on this episode of the O-ZONE
Join Andrew and Brandon as they journey back to September 1997, but first they talk about being able to record in person for the past 3 episodes. After the break, Andrew wants to discuss the live episode of E.R. that he some how forgot after his last rewatch. They then pitch their favorite picks for the new new host of Jeopardy. Brandon enlightens Andrew on Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation and the female turtle introduced in the series and the time they crossed over with Power Rangers: In Space. Andrew gets to give his thoughts on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: Secret of the Ooze. Finally Brandon closes out the episode by reading the lyrics of Barbie Girl by Aqua.Check out this week's Spotify Playlist:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7G3iUPnWzWRAsUS0uI0DQP?si=b190d33ef78b45c5 Like the show? Leave us a 5 star review and subscribe!Send us a tweet at @Namely90sDiscuss the show on Instagram @Namely90sFind us online at Namely90s.comConsider joining our Patreon at Patreon.com/Namely90sFollow Brandon on Twitter at @bschwittyFollow Andrew on Twitter at @NamelyAndrewOutro:Pixelland by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4222-pixellandLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Greetings Turtletarians! In this episode we take a look at some TMNT toy news from Neca and Playmates as well as discuss the announcement from Mirage Licensing. Finally, we take an in-depth look at Episode 4 of Season 10 of the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Animated Series - "A Turtle In Time!" Starting things off with a highlight in the way of NECA announcing they reached an agreement with Stan Sakai enabling them to make action figures of Sakai's signature samurai rabbit, Usagi Yojimbo! We take a look at some of the previous Usagi Yojimbo action figures that we've got in past TMNT toy lines, how he appears in the 87 animated series and compared them to the 3d rendered image NECA released to the press. This is looking to be the best Usagi Yojimbo figure we've ever seen! The hype is real here at Turtle Soup! And then the hype train comes to an abrupt halt with Playmates reveal of their TMNT vs series, starting off with a Cobra Kai crossover. We discuss the popularity of Cobra Kai and how this concept is kind of cool, but then quickly turn to talking about how Playmates seem to be missing the mark with their repeated use of nearly a decade old sculpts of the TMNT figures from their classics line. Lastly, for the news, we discuss the formal announcement of the official dissolving of Mirage Licensing and what witnessing this means to life long TMNT fans. Finally, we get to the meat of the episode with our review of Episode 4 "A Turtle In Time" of Season 10 of the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Animated Series. This is the climax to a 3 part story where Dregg and Mung finally execute their plan to drain the TMNT of their "ninja abilities" and as a bonus, due to their newly discovered punk rock attitude, Shredder and Krang have been added to the Dregg's brain drain cocktail. However, Dregg greatly underestimated the cleverness of the Shredder, who is able to escape and take his emaciated "friend" Krang with him back to Earth and find a way to restore him to full health by giving of his own energy through a transfusion! An act that shows so much growth and maturity from two tired and played out characters that found them revitalized and renewed, leaving us (at least us here at Turtle Soup) wanting more! The turtles eventually escape with the help of Carter and Splinter who bounced a message from the internet off a star to our friends from the future, Landor and Merrick, who hear and respond by returning to the present to then return to the past and recruit the past TMNT to assist them in the rescuing of the present day TMNT. April manages to get the present day Turtles out of their cells and eventually meets up with Carter and the past TMNT and with their powers combined, are able to yeet Dregg into another room, giving them enough time to escape the Dreggnaught and make it back to Earth only to be confronted with the weird metal monstrosity that Mung used the microbes to create. How are the turtles gonna get out of this one? Why would Dregg think that a giant robot would be a threat to a team of mutant ninjas who have spent most of their lives destroying giant robots? Were you happy to see Landor and Merrick again or meh? Have you ever bounced a message off a star to the future from the internet? Lettuce know what you think! Email us: email@example.com https://www.turtlesoupshow.com Help keep The Foot Clan from destroying the show: Tipping: https://streamelements.com/turtlesoupshowpodcast/tip Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/turtlesoupshow
In this totally tubular episode, our friend Tara joins us to talk about Tales of the TMNT volume 2, issue 2 entitled "Seeds of Destruction" over a mega slice of hame, pineapple, and jalapeno pizza! Thank you for giving us a listen! Cowabunga! Tara's Latest Kickstarter - Twisting Time Anthology Craig's Latest Kickstarter - Our Adventure with Corp. Mass-Scott Links: Turtle Tales Radio Email – firstname.lastname@example.org Turtle Comm Hotline – 865-309-4875 Instagram - @TurtlePodRob Twitter - @TurtlePodRob Facebook - Facebook.com/Groups/TurtleTales "Technodrome: Let's Kick Shell” and “TMNT: Cartoon Closing Theme” by Enjoy the Ride Records Robert Lum's TMNT Shop - The Turtle Tracks - Follow @TheTurtleTracks on Instagram What's Next on Turtle Tales Radio: IDW Issue 120 or Tales Vol. 2, Issue 3!
In this episode, we talk to Seth Green about recording for Family Guy, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Austin Powers, & more! Not to mention, audience questions! 8:50 – What was it like working on the Austin Powers set? 10:29 – What was your most memorable moment in the recording booth? 12:50 – If you were stuck on an island and you could only have 3 comics with you, what would you choose? 14:10 – What role are you most proud of? 15:04 – What was your favorite show growing up? 16:07 – What do you think is the funniest Robot Chicken sketch? 17:39 – If or when you become a full time wrestler what would your ring name be? 18:24 – Who is your favorite actor, director, or creator to collaborate with? 19:08 – Do you have a favorite line as Chris Griffin? 20:37 – Are there any roles from earlier in your career that you miss and would like to revisit? 21:16 – What is your favorite episode of Buffy? 21:40 – Which one of your characters would you say you relate to and why? 22:26 – If you could do a Family Guy episode like you did with Star Wars what would you do? 23:25 – Have you ever wanted to start your own talk show? 24:00 – What do you think Scotty Evil would be up to now? 25:16 – What was it like taking over another voice actor's role Leo from TMNT? 26:05 – Any favorite moments from the set of Can't Hardly Wait? 27:39 – What would be your dream project? 28:40 – What is one piece of advice you can give to an aspiring actor? 30:30 – What TV show or movie is your guilty pleasure? 31:27 – How do you stay so creative? 32:03 – Will you stay with Family Guy until the end or do you have a time table set? 33:20 – What is your favorite type of prank? 35:17 – What do you do to unwind after a day of production? 35:46 – Do you have a favorite memory from Rat Race? 36:26 – What fandoms inspired you when you were young to become an actor? 31:22 – Out of all the villains, who was your favorite? 40:56 – What is currently on your music playlist? 41:44 – What advice do you have for someone wanting to be as cool as Seth Green? This discussion was moderated by Patty Jenkins and originally aired live on galaxycon.com on July 24th. Head over to check out more FREE livestream Q&As!
The Ole Gun To The Head Episode... John and DJ couldn't decide which was the bigger show piece this weekMarvel's Shang-ChiDynamite's Red Sonja #1 orAWA's Telepaths #1But actually they did! You're going to have to listen to the episode to find out which one they picked. And a free Coke to whoever lets us know first. (Coke not Included)
It's a very special episode as John welcomes his wife Angela to the show as they report live from Atlanta's annual Dragon Con convention! Hear interviews from con attendees talking about their awesome costumes and enjoy a few words from Garrett Wang (Ensign Kim of Star Trek: Voyager) and Rob Paulsen (Animaniacs, TMNT)!
T-shirts & more are finally available!! http://tee.pub/lic/BAMG John & Richard share their most underrated Silver Age comics - will you agree or be totally surprised? Plus, TMNT #1 1st print sets a new sales high and the 25 Year Rule takes on the Fox sci-fi classic Sliders! Bronze and Modern Gods is the channel dedicated to the Bronze, Copper and Modern Ages of comics and comic book collecting! Follow us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/BronzeAndModernGods Follow us on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/bronzeandmoderngods #comics #comicbooks #comiccollecting --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bronzeandmoderngods/support
This week on the Toy Power Podcast we are once again joined by Special Guest Scotty. Scot dusts off a few skeletons from the closet, with an extended intro to this ep; & we acknowledge the unfortunate absence of Master Darren. It's a full-on news centric episode & we take no time in acknowledging the rapid pace that McFarlane seems to be able to produce toys! Batmobeast, Batman Year 2 and many other key callouts! Xenomorph reveals from Mezco as well as a few Kenner Homage figures from Neca. Street Sharks from Mattel Creations - do these make a splash with us? THE BIGGEST HasLab to date - is fully funded & has a lot of extras to be excited about plus a true Victory for Transformers fans. Neca licensing the Usagi Yojimbo Comic by Stan Sakai & Sponge Bob SquarePants - Ultimates by Super7. The Star Wars expands the size of a non-vintage toy, plus Brandon Lee's The Crow - gets a deluxe release by Mezco. We finally have a Teaser Shot of the 4HM Cosmic Legion figure too! The hype is real!! Then our 2nd exciting segment of this episode is a very generous package from Webstor.83 - tune in to find out what this turns out to be!! Support the show: http://patreon.com/toypowerpodcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode of the O-ZONE Omar and Terry go in on boxing. They speak on Devin Haney and how a monster tweet he posted potentially exposes how many other pro boxers feel about Eddy Reynoso's camp (1:33), Robbie Jones is back on the show to talk about if the Tyron Woodley and Jake Paul fight is bad for boxing?(6:40), They discuss the current state of the MLB and that the Dodgers are back in 1st place (45:09)! All this and so much more on this episode of the O-ZONE.
This week... we have voice actor Jesse Inocalla in the virtual studio. We talk everything going on in the world of nerds, geeks & gamers... Including Resident Evil preview, discuss the McCree situation... Venom updates, Expendables 4, and the Kings Man. Jesse teachs us about some new shows... and then we talk to him about his amazing career and early ties to Hollywood and the TMNT... I hope you enjoy, this was a fun one.
This week on the SwordCast we are back live IN STUDIO. We geek out over a wild weekend of wrestling, review 2 episodes of Marvel's What If.. and dive into the world of TMNT with our tier list, and our Pick 3. What's Your Top Tier?
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https://www.turtlesoupshow.com Help keep The Foot Clan from destroying the show: Tipping: https://streamelements.com/turtlesoupshowpodcast/tip Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/turtlesoupshow Greetings Turtletarians! Here is Episode 263 of our Podcast Turtle Soup! This was live streamed on Thursday 8/26/2021 at 8pm EST. On this episode we review the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Animated Series Season 10 Episode 3 - "The Power of Three." We also have some news in the way of April O'Neil herself as a playable character in the upcoming beat em up video game, Shredder's Revenge! This episode of the Animated Series, ushers in the return of the original antagonists of the show Shredder and Krang, when Dregg hear's tale of two villains from Dimension X who tangled with the Turtles from Mung and decides to use their transporter to bring them back to Earth and assist in their scheme's against the TMNT. However, Shredder and Krang do not play well with others who think they are on their level or above. Carter finally decides to accept the cure for his mutation and then takes off presumably back to college. April finds herself at a new job or at the very least with a paycheck from a different news outlet than Channel 6. She gets stuck in traffic only to find herself unwillingly the chauffeur for Shredder and Krang who are in the process of fleeing Mung who is pursuing them from a ship above as they violently rejected Dregg's alliance offer. The Turtles home gets flooded as a result of the power it took Mung and Dregg to bring Shredder and Krang from Dimension X that basically blacked out the city and effected the sewage system as well. They eventually find Splinter and then immediately gets the distress call from April. They eventually catch up to April, Shredder and Krang still running from Mung. High speed car chase / car rooftop ninja action ensues. Eventually, our heroes and villains find themselves transported to Dregg. Fighting continues and this results in Dregg getting the upper hand and puts April in an electrified cage while the TMNT are placed in some sort of cryochamber and declared his intentions with the captured Turtles and their now mutual antagonist Shredder and Krang. Come hang out and join our discussions on the episode and other stuff like: Were you happy to see Krang and Shredder back? Why were the TMNT scared of water? Do you ship Shredder and Krang like we do? How creepy is too creepy for touchy uncles? Do you prefer Dregg and Mung over Shredder and Krang? Are the TMNT better off with or without Carter? Is this the first time we've seen a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, whistle? Do Ninja Turtles dream of Ninja Sheep? Let us know your answers in the comments or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Lastly, we mention the "Win Ryan's 87 Turtle Van Dvd Set" raffle/contest! We go into more details on the show and will continue to do so but the basics are: Must be a Turtle Soup Show YouTube Channel Subscriber to be entered. Subbing to the Turtle Soup Show YouTube Channel also gets you one entry into the raffle. Being a Patron also gets you an entry into the raffle. Commenting on any of our videos will get you one entry into the raffle (just once.) Emailing an entry into our simultaneous "Turtles Come Out And Fight That" launch contest will get you one entry into the raffle (more on this later.) So, essentially you can get up to 4 entries into the raffle. All this and more to be discussed on Turtle Soup Podcast, live streamed every Thursday at 8pm EST! Elsetime!
On this episode of Rank My Movies we check out one of the best comic book franchises ever! Grab your skateboard and a slice of your favorite pizza because we profile the turtles in a half shell, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! / Hosted by Brandon and Malinda Benson / New Episode Every Thursday / Our Podcast is available where ever you listen to your podcasts / Follow Us On..... https://www.facebook.com/rankmymovies/ , https://twitter.com/rankmymovies , https://www.instagram.com/rankmymovies/ and check out our website https://rankmymovies.com. / We are now part of The Podbreed Network so please check out all the shows at https://www.podbreed.com/References: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f84gZ35dhdE, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IgaSkHRBc88, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teenage_Mutant_Ninja_Turtles, https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0100758/, https://networthpost.org/, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IgaSkHRBc88, Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/rankmymovies)
Welcome to Dev Game Club, where this week we continue our series on Ratchet & Clank. We delve primarily into the variant game play we start to see at this point in the game, though admittedly with other topics sprinkled in. Dev Game Club looks at classic video games and plays through them over several episodes, providing commentary. Sections played: Up through Bomb Factory Issues covered: voice cast, Ratchet's longer story arc, dark and snark, opposing ideas of what have to be done, building story around archetypes, attitude mascots, moving from mascots to more realistic rendering and characters, PlayStation moving to more "mature" themes, Microsoft pulling Sony, changing strategy, wanting the variant game play to reinforce the setting, spline enemies, aim down sites, using tools to create problem-solving scenarios with weapons, having lots of rewards for completing variant play, enjoying being able to visit a space a second time, sticking with a single design structure for years, fighting the Snagglebeast, what we have to look forward to, miniaturization for backwards compatibility and as a business plan, picking the right version of a game to play, not looking to fans for what they want, having the tools to talk about game design through engaging with the podcast, talking about the end of Death Stranding. Games, people, and influences mentioned or discussed: Lost, Hitman, Pulp Fiction (obliquely), David Kaye, Transformers, GI Joe, Paul Giamatti, Mikey Kelley, Michael Richardson, Mortal Kombat, TMNT, Jim Ward, Prince of Persia, Star Trek, Mario (series), Nintendo, Sonic the Hedgehog, Crash Bandicoot, Jak & Daxter, Uncharted, The Last of Us, Sly Cooper, Infamous, Ghosts of Tsushima, Spider-man (PS4), Sony Santa Monica, Twisted Metal, God of War, Xbox, Halo, Assassin's Creed, Mass Effect, Mark Cerny, Starfighter, Rogue Squadron, Starfox, Zelda (series), Spyro, Sunset Overdrive, Tony Hawk, Jet Grind Radio, Kingdom Hearts, Death Stranding, Ben "from Iowa" Zaugg, PSOne, Metal Gear Solid, LucasArts, Truffles Mochachino, Final Fantasy VI, Square Enix, Waypoint Radio, Chrono Trigger, Sebastian Deken, Bloodborne, Sekiro, Dark Souls, Horizon: Zero Dawn, biostats, Kirk Hamilton, Aaron Evers, Mark Garcia. Next time: Finishing the game Twitch: brettdouville or timlongojr, instagram:timlongojr, Twitter: @timlongojr and @devgameclub DevGameClub@gmail.com