A reboot of the TMNT franchise. Hopefully done right this time
At an age where cartoons are being remade into stupid CGI action blockbusters filled with explosions and sex jokes or bad PG kids films thanks to a horrible multi-billionaire director known as The Boomer (Parody of Michael Bay) Toontown's legendary cartoon characters settle aside their differences and team up to rescue their poor cartoon friends from The Boomer's empire of bad Hollywood production and stop bad cartoon remakes altogether! To describe this is more like a cartoon version of Justice League with Michael Bay explosions, it's hand-drawn animated characters (and some CG like Shrek) going up against bad Hollywood representations …
A large paradox surrounds space and time itself as not only do The Avengers face the X-Men and Justice League, but… everyone!
The true follow-up to Ninja Turtles 3: Secret of the Ooze; A new villain rises from Dimension X to terrorize with all his mutant animals and Shredder! Now the Turtles must work together with April O'Neil, Casey Jones, Usagi, and Splinter and stop Krang's forces and destroy the Technodrome!
What if Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was made 20 years earlier?
What if the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie was made in 1997?
A remade version of turtles forever but with the 2012 version of the turtles (as well as friends and foes) star with their egoes (the popular and famous 1987 versions, the melodramatic 2003 versions, and the Image Comics that started it all) in an event that takes place where the very last episode of the 2012 show concludes.
The world's fastest hedgehog and the heroes in a half shell bring their worlds, friends, foes, items, and third party guests for friendly (or not) showdowns.
What would happen if he world's favorite blue hedgehog meets everyone's favoritye ninjitsu skilled turtles for the first time? Any result can happen…
All of the best known chracters from the different styles of the TMNT (Comics, Movies, & TV Shows) collide in a battle between good and evil; including the Shredder (along with his versions: Super Shredder & Ch'rell, the Utrom version of Shredder.)
10 years earlier 10 years later 80s 90s action Adaptation adventure aliens Animated Animation Based on Animated Series based on book based on comic based on comic book based on tv series Based on video game batman biopic Book christmas comedy comic adaptation comic book crime crime fighting superhero Crossover DC DC Comics Disney drama epic family fantasy Game History horror Idea-for-TV kids Live Action live-action martial arts Marvel Marvel Comics Music Musical mystery reboot remake romance Sci Fi sci-fi science fiction scifi Sequel Spy Superhero supervillain suspense teens thriller videogame adaptation war western