Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Review - IGN

IGN - It’s been interesting seeing how upset some people are about this new version of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, with a lot of the cries “They’re ruining it!” from those angered about changes to the material. To me, it’s strange to try to be a TMNT purist, since this has been a franchise that has been changed over and over and over again. Really, unless you were a fan of the original, 1984, black and white comic book, it’s difficult to make any claim to being a fan of the “real” Ninja Turtles – after all, the late 1980s animated series (and accompanying toyline) that made TMNT a true cultural phenomenon was itself drastically altering the depiction and tone of the characters.

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