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'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle' Movie Concept Art Introduces Kirby, Evil April And The Cyber Foot

If the fourth live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie -- which would have potentially been subtitled either "The Next Mutation" or, apparently, "The Foot Walks Again" -- had gone ahead, the world could have met Evil April, Super Shredder and a fifth Turtle named after Jack Kirby. Now, we get to see what those characters might have looked like, as Kevin Eastman's concept art for the project has shown up at auction online, giving the world a chance to meet the Cyber Foot and other wild creations for the first time. Click through to see what we missed out on. (Indie film, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)

vitorizzo   1150d ago | Offensive
darklordzor  +   1150d ago
Interesting. I guess they took some of these ideas for the short lived live action TV show that also went under the name, The Next Mutation. There was a fifth turtle in that show, but it was a female.
Lord_Sloth  +   1150d ago
Yeah.....I'm out.

On another note, I should really be a concept artist...
DeFFeR  +   1149d ago
Why are you "out"? These are from 1994...

This has nothing to do with the movie they want to do now...
DarkBlood  +   1150d ago
damn that evil april lol
ATi_Elite  +   1149d ago
Why do evil Female Characters always have Better Breast than their Good Character counter part?
calis  +   1149d ago
massive nipples...wow
StarWarsFan  +   1150d ago
Honestly, wasn't there pretty much a Super Shredder in the second live-action Ninja Turtles movie near end with the ooze and all?
execution17  +   1149d ago
yup, shortly after the Vanilla Ice scene lol
TwistedMetal  +   1150d ago
they need cyber foot and robot ninja turtle from turtles in time the video game. So that donatelo and rapheal can use there sharp lethal weapons. If this is a live action ninja turtle movie then it will be good, trust me. The 1st 2 movies were good and the third one was the worst one lol. I think the third one was bad because ninja turtles in an old school setting doesn't work and that's the case for most films where someone from the future goes back in time.

A futuristic setting is perfect for ninja turtles and i hope to see the turtle blimp, van, and the cyber surf boards and such of that nature. It really will be good for fitting in with the theme of the movies coming out in this generation of film. space and technology with super hero movies, star trek, star wars,prometheus, oblivion, after earth, etc.
aDDicteD  +   1149d ago
evil april looks smoking hot. a concept of a fifth turtle is nice but not like kirby or a female turtle.
OneAboveAll  +   1149d ago
Is this not going to be a live action movie like the originals? If it's another goofy ass 3D animated movie them i'm out.
Smashbro29  +   1149d ago
I want a game based off Turtles in Time on Super Nintendo.
DrRobotnik  +   1149d ago
Kirby is nothing more than slash.
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calis  +   1149d ago
Lol, the foot with guns concept looks like Patrick Stewart.
RickHiggity  +   1149d ago
No to everything. Except for Evil April. Hot damn

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