Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Nostalgia Critic

  • Published on Aug 15, 2018
  • Audiences seem split on their latest adventures, some love it, others are left scratching their heads. What does the Nostalgia Critic think of Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? Well...it's complicated.
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    Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is an American 2D-animated television series based on the fictional superhero team. It is set to debut in September 17, 2018 after a sneak preview aired on July 20. This re-imagined series will have the Turtles go on new adventures as they seek to unlock the mystical secrets of New York City.

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  • Channel Awesome
    Channel Awesome  10 months ago +463

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    • Holly Brawner
      Holly Brawner 7 days ago


    • Abraham Manders
      Abraham Manders 27 days ago +1

      What was the metal band playing in the background that sounded like Dimebag's playing but I could be wrong.

    • douglas byron Smotherman
      douglas byron Smotherman Month ago

      I'll be glad Doug Walker when somebody puts you through a table and destroys Channel awesome for what the s*** you got away with I saw that f****** letter you all should be in jail for that s***

    • reagent -52
      reagent -52 8 months ago

      I think raph is a snapping turtle I think which is why he's so much larger.

    • DogoHalibar
      DogoHalibar 8 months ago

      I'd love to hear you cover the first few episodes of the 2012 series.

  • DarkVitamins
    DarkVitamins 3 days ago

    17:50 Ah, thanks for showcasing the world to the fearmongering the US goes through. No wonder they are so paranoid.

  • J3rrlokc
    J3rrlokc 5 days ago

    Jan Cenah is here

  • SociallyInactive
    SociallyInactive 5 days ago +1

    I could tell by the voices kind of who was who even tho this is my first time hearing them

  • Daniel Radcliffe
    Daniel Radcliffe 6 days ago +2

    I've kinda take each different series as a different age of there teens, 80s would have the around 17/18 because there the most adult, TMNT 16/17 the most emo serious, TMNT 2012 around there 15s and this series Rise of, I've got them peg them around 13/14

  • Anna Night rose
    Anna Night rose 7 days ago

    I like 2003 and 2012

  • Cheesymcwheezy
    Cheesymcwheezy 11 days ago


  • samfanhellyeah
    samfanhellyeah 11 days ago +1

    I didn't think I would like this version but I have to be honest I think it's great.

  • Shelby Dickson
    Shelby Dickson 12 days ago

    I'm just going to say that 2012 did it better! They had different designs but still looked like brothers, acted like brothers, and they had their same personalities but also some different ones. The voice acting is great in the 2012 series as well. Will you please review it?

  • Odd Aud
    Odd Aud 12 days ago +2

    Their personalities actually diverted a bit in future episodes. Ralph became a little more serious and responsible yet also hotheaded and reckless. Donny became more snarky, confident, and sarcastic. Mikey is basically the same classic cinnamon roll, and Leo is cool and laid back, but is hinted that he truly is more logical and reasonable than the others.

  • the hunterator
    the hunterator 13 days ago

    I still think that it is cool that Rob Paulson is in the original and cgi show

  • Dark Ink Central
    Dark Ink Central 13 days ago +1

    13:11 that was a bad idea

  • Yuki ユキ
    Yuki ユキ 14 days ago +1

    The show has honestly gotten way better I hope Doug picks it up again

  • Deji Adeleye
    Deji Adeleye 15 days ago +1

    I’d suggest checking out the 2012 series if you haven’t already.

  • Corgi Draws
    Corgi Draws 16 days ago +1

    Did he cover the 2012 version at all?

  • Aethryx
    Aethryx 16 days ago

    Should change April's name to Diversity O'Neil

  • Brendan Fry
    Brendan Fry 17 days ago +1

    Is it me or were the voice clips kinda difficult to tell apart besides Michelangelo

  • seboosh chieftan
    seboosh chieftan 17 days ago

    Right now they actually have plot

  • Ricky Jones
    Ricky Jones 18 days ago +1

    Does anyone else think nostalgia critic should talk about the 2012 tmnt show I thought it was fun and had interesting storys and character designs to me it was one of the best turtles shows

  • Kota C
    Kota C 18 days ago

    Pause at 15:00
    🤣😂 this is too funny

  • Kota C
    Kota C 18 days ago

    Omg did Raph actually say THAT

  • Landon Chambers
    Landon Chambers 20 days ago +1

    This is one of the only things that I can agree with

  • Mihail Doych
    Mihail Doych 21 day ago

    Should’ve mentioned the 2003 series, as rise is to that series what Teen Titans Go is to the original Teen Titans

    • MadTrax
      MadTrax 17 days ago

      Not even close, ttg was made first and for Most to turn a profit, in rise they actually gave a shit, plus rise looks better than 2003 visually

  • Auburn Artist
    Auburn Artist 23 days ago

    The 2012 reboot is by far the best reboot in my opinion

  • Garmr the Wolf
    Garmr the Wolf 24 days ago

    meh i watch first few eps let just say it was very hard not to turn off with in first 5 mins of show

  • Adam B
    Adam B 26 days ago

    I’m gonna just say, I’m not a big cartoon guy like I used to be when I was younger. Yet this is one of the very few new shows that I’ve really been enjoying.
    Legit this is the first cartoon, meant for kids, where I laugh. Not because the jokes are secretly adult in any way. It’s just all in the timing and delivery of what’s going on.
    Still really enjoy the 1989 series, the one I grew up with. As well as 2003 and 2012. I just really appreciate this rendition as well.

  • Clara ;-;
    Clara ;-; 27 days ago +4

    Well, luckily it gets better as it goes on.

  • PersonaChick
    PersonaChick 27 days ago

    critic knows about slash art?! XD

  • Lagt Karpa Koi
    Lagt Karpa Koi 27 days ago

    it may seems stupid but for me tmnt was the film in cgi (the one with the statue dudes) it was mature but to be fair i loved that film because as a kid i watched different versions with my cousin

  • Darthmalgusgaming
    Darthmalgusgaming 27 days ago

    Why is April o Neil black they ruined the tmnt world

  • Abraham Manders
    Abraham Manders 27 days ago +2

    Was that Dimebag's playing in the background of this video.

  • Breaking TEN
    Breaking TEN 28 days ago

    You know your work is a piece of shit when the work that is inspired by your work is still a LOT better than your work.

    In other words, Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is decently okay, while Teen Titans Go is still an abomination to mankind.

  • Phoenix Fighter
    Phoenix Fighter 28 days ago

    Thank you, Critic, I'm so glad you did this because it agrees with a lot of what I thought was going to come of this show

  • Zef Davenport
    Zef Davenport 29 days ago

    I tried the episode
    The Evil League of Mutants, and laughed at the very first seconds of the episode. Also, in that episode the Turtles actually try to become more serious, but Splinter keeps being an idiot about it. Maybe that's the first episode they actually get to a bit, tiiiny bit, of drama?

  • james fiaco
    james fiaco 29 days ago

    Nickelodeon definitely lost me with the animation for this latest version. Turtles look so much more realistic up until this point. More importantly Nickelodeon was encouraging the use of Talcum powder on the Khartoum known as the loud house. Talcum powder has cause cancers cells to awaken becoming active causing severe short-term long-term problems for people that use it.

  • Pinkiepool GamerBrony27

    I'd still miss the 2012 TMNT series

  • The Golden Toad
    The Golden Toad Month ago

    I feel bad for voting at all at the Splatfest

  • Tara Lucent
    Tara Lucent Month ago

    I thought the name from the sonic trailer sounded familiar. Ben Schwartz also voices Leonardo.

  • douglas byron Smotherman

    That nonprofit is the biggest scam of the mall that's a f****** lying you know it Doug Walker they still make a profit anyway so shut the fuk up

  • Tjijn Lutte
    Tjijn Lutte Month ago

    I love kill la kill the animation is so good

  • Reptile Raptor
    Reptile Raptor Month ago

    My problems with this version:
    1. All turtles have same personality
    2. Splinter is a fat old man who isn't wise at all
    3. No Shredder
    4. No Krang

    • Lexidetar
      Lexidetar 29 days ago +1

      Reptile Raptor you obviously haven’t been watching the show and are basing your opinion off of the first episode

  • Avenger85438
    Avenger85438 Month ago

    I feel Netflix's She-Ra has the same problem. It has all the names but to connection to it's mythology. They also made most of them annoying teens or just stupid, plus I suspect they just ripped off Steven Universe.

  • Brendan Clifford
    Brendan Clifford Month ago

    Fuck you

  • Michael Randol
    Michael Randol Month ago

    Turtle always had a great story especially the comics and the 2003 series this is just a horrible version and I have a huge tolerance for bad versions of an established series and the idea that tmnt is a multiverse I stilll need to watch an episode but I can definitely say that I think it’s a let down. Graphics and jokes don’t make a movie or show alone. And his name is John cena!!

  • Stock Aphid
    Stock Aphid Month ago

    did you just mentioned one of my favorite animes

  • جارمين كيل

    Hmm you know i kinda like this show its not 2012 but still i like this version.

  • Djizzle96
    Djizzle96 Month ago

    Apparently Raphael is supposed to be an alligator snapper so it explains why hes so big and spiky

  • Ian Jenkins
    Ian Jenkins Month ago

    I'm 8 months too late, but I'm curious why you used my wife's art at 14:15 without giving proper credit?

  • TheLegendarySpidey
    TheLegendarySpidey Month ago

    I Think the show is fine so far but I think it could definitely be better

  • Zyden
    Zyden Month ago +2

    I have to disagree and feel you've not invested enough time in the show. They have clear personalities.All teetlez are valid. The turtles physical designs are even intended to reflect their species.
    Ralp: Big brother type, super big heart, mega protective, worried he's not the smartest, insecure about his leadership choices. Big, strong and knows it, but also a bit clutsey. Gentle bear, unless you're the Foot, in which he's the HULK. Wants to be the ultimate hero. Has huge aspirations for the team.
    Leo: Bad-boy. One liner cool cucumber, but isn't as smooth as he thinks he is. Smarter than Ralph but respects he's not the leader- or rather, he doesn't want the responsibility. Reads others very well and will take advantage of them instantly! Prefers to refine his cool-guy attitude and gets his way by playing on Raph's insecurities, on the sly. He's manipulative, selfish and lies a lot. But redeems himself eventually. Recognised as the most physically talented in fights, and the 2nd smartest after Donnie.
    Donnie: Smartest, sarcastic, thinks he is the wittiest (and is), very competitive with Leo. Knows he is not strong or physically skilled, so over-compensates with his technology (soft shell turtle, he even wears a protective shell-shield). Ego-maniac, and borderline villain when he fails to know where to draw the line. His brothers have to ground him. He is not affectionate and a cold fish. Can be melodramatic to the MAX.
    Mikey: Ray of Sunshine, little brother of the group. Light-hearted, arty, aspires to be like them, playful, jokey, rebellious if treated like a child. Wants to prove he's a big-boy! Looks for the good in everyone. Wants to befriend everyone. Honest, sincere and affectionate.

    This show has really grown on me, and it just gets better with time. The characters really start to define themselves through their adventures. After all, they are lil teenagers from 14-16 years old, so they're high energy, make multiple errors, initially unrefined, unskilled and battling to define themselves. You're just showing a few choice scenes demonstrating "party dude" in each of the turts. They do have OTHER aspects of their personalities.

    It is nothing like its predecessors, and at the end of the day, it's tailored for kids, not adults. But it is stuffed full of Easter Eggs and throw backs for hardcore fans. If you cant enjoy this show, then you're doing turtles wrong. Let go of your preconceptions, and enjoy the amazing dynamic animation. You'll soon fall in love with the teetlez, and even the villains.

    • flyroc64
      flyroc64 14 days ago +1

      And, That's a super awesome review.

  • BlackCatLeader
    BlackCatLeader Month ago

    Splinter looks like the iroh from the play episode in avatar

  • Daniel Head
    Daniel Head Month ago

    Not a patch on the 2012 series

  • The Ghost of Yankee Jim

    ill miss the 2012 series so much, last night i realized how much impact it had on me. waiting for the new episodes, getting all the action figures. ill miss it more than anything. im probably not going to watch another episode of this show. im going to wait for a rendition that interest me more.

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    Fans: 😱

  • firedrake burst
    firedrake burst Month ago +2

    I felt like my brain cells were dying when I watched one episode, and I never watched RTMNT ever again ever since!

  • Giovanny c
    Giovanny c Month ago

    It's basically the Teen Titans Go of the ninja turtles is not horrible it's just not the TMNT of the 1990 movie

  • Otakumichibi
    Otakumichibi Month ago +3

    I do like the concept of the Turtles developing into the personalities they're known for while Michelangelo mostly stays the same! Although, this doesn't fix the Master Splinter downgrade.

  • Otakumichibi
    Otakumichibi Month ago

    You pretty much nailed most of my criticisms and positives! Indistinct personalities, too burly Raph, loser Master Splinter, but with awesome animation, cute humor, etc.

  • Alien Agenda
    Alien Agenda Month ago

    Ha I got the European joke about heroes instead of ninjas! I'm a super tmnt nerd

  • Poke Smitty
    Poke Smitty Month ago

    Yeah I NOT Watch it No Matter what

  • MforMovesets
    MforMovesets Month ago

    The show is so great, I've never heard of it or seen fanart since its release.

  • Rob StrickeN Feary
    Rob StrickeN Feary Month ago +1

    Why is April a black sjw?
    Fuck off.

    • Yuki ユキ
      Yuki ユキ 2 days ago

      Rob StrickeN Feary lol fuck off and admit you’re a racist

    • Rob StrickeN Feary
      Rob StrickeN Feary Month ago

      @Anon Hamish Yeah ofcorse... a black female having multiple jobs.
      Sounds like a fucking sjw mascot to me.

    • Anon Hamish
      Anon Hamish Month ago +1

      She isn't. It's just that her character design is black now. She's never mentioned any opinions about race, gender, or sexuality on the show before. Just casual teenage enthusiasm and the occasional anxiety over turtle shenanigans conceivably getting her fired from one of her many jobs.

  • Rob StrickeN Feary
    Rob StrickeN Feary Month ago

    Seriously... who the fuck made this cancer of a cartoon?
    I want to meet him/her face to face.
    I would seriously pay to meet them and i wouldn't hold back, but i would make sure they learn from it.
    And they would not want to ever "create" ever again.

    • ecronidk667
      ecronidk667 Month ago

      It's not that bad. I'd rather meet the people who made Teen Titans Go.

  • Rob StrickeN Feary
    Rob StrickeN Feary Month ago

    Ninja Turtles are now a fucking cancer.
    Just stick to the 80s & 90s.
    Mayyyyyyybe early 00s

  • mechasentai
    mechasentai Month ago

    Bad writing and excellent animation. Got it.

  • Miguel Sanchez
    Miguel Sanchez Month ago +1

    *NOBODY EVER WILL CHANGE THIS SHOW* thats how this world is: shit stays SHIT...... or gets worse. face it......... there is no hope but only wasted 2-3 years before another attempt of PURE LUCK

  • Tyler Matthew
    Tyler Matthew Month ago +10

    Unpopular opinion alert: this is the only time that I've ever cared about the TMNT

  • MHMD
    MHMD Month ago +2

    i just hate how they switched ralph and leo

  • Banana Spear
    Banana Spear Month ago

    its a slap to TMNT in general

  • Nathan Does Games
    Nathan Does Games Month ago +2

    Fun Fact, April's hand movements and Leonardo's mouth is referenced to Eddsworld and Paul Ter Voorde's design. Still cool though.

  • Demonic_Lee_ _Kree8ive

    Did you know some of the animators of Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are working on Hazbin Hotel?

    Speaking of which, Should Doug review that?

  • Dark Mephiles
    Dark Mephiles Month ago

    it looks like there wearing black underwear

  • Hans Ruhlmann
    Hans Ruhlmann Month ago

    14:16 MAH FAVORITE SHIP!😍😍😍😍

  • Daniella Verster
    Daniella Verster Month ago +4

    Okay, now you HAVE to talk about the 2012 series! I promise, it's awesome!

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      Dremcrak Month ago +2

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  • Stinger Stop motion creator

    Wait where is shredder and krang in the new one?

    • ecronidk667
      ecronidk667 Month ago +1

      The Krang haven't been introduced in any of the episodes so far, but in the new one, the Shredder is like this ancient warrior whose soul was consumed by his armor and in the modern day, the Foot Clan is this cult dedicated to resurrecting him by assembling said armor.


      Splinter was originally this guy Lou Jitsu whose sacred family duty was to prevent the Shredder's resurrection, but when he was human, he shirked his duties and became a bigtime action movie star instead.

  • Anon Hamish
    Anon Hamish Month ago

    12:24 Not enough logic I suppose since when the cat thing was captured earlier, they showed you that he couldn't teleport out of the containment unit by showing him disappear and reappear back in the ball. The cage was made of the same stuff and the cat thing only teleported out after the cage was crushed by a falling beam.

  • Aldrin Mar Jalog
    Aldrin Mar Jalog Month ago

    I wish the makers watch this videos..

  • Anon Hamish
    Anon Hamish Month ago

    Rather than all the new iterations of these characters mimicking Mickey, I think it's more accurate to say they're all mimicking real teenagers. Rise is the culmination of the character dynamics changing bit by bit with each new reboot. Putting 1987 aside, the 2003 turtles, while awesome, never really felt like teenagers or brothers. Brothers in arms perhaps, but it was more like they were crime-fighters by trade and worked together. They had coworker chemistry. In 2012, they acted a little bit more like teenagers, each developing more juvenile interests like Don's crush on April or Leo's obsession with that one space show, but in this case, they had more of a classroom dynamic with Splinter as the teacher. They never really felt related. In this new rendition, I'd argue they seem the most like family. The turtles from Rise use knowledge they have about one another in social situations as bribes or apologies like siblings do, they feel lonely when excluded from the group and team up on one another like teenagers do, and yes, they have a lot of shared interests and things in common that they enjoy doing together because they grew up together and siblings are like that sometimes. Not that I agree with the statement that they have the same personality because they don't. They all have a sense of humor because realistically most teens have a sense of humor and they have more in common because tonally it makes them seem more like kids who genuinely enjoy each other's company rather than crime-fighting employees who deal with one another for the sake of saving the world.

    [Me ranting about specifics - can skip this paragraph]

    Raph is the overprotective older brother who expresses himself through direct, often violent, action. Don is a pretentious intellectual who leans heavily on dry humor and sarcasm. Leo is overconfident and level-headed, the one who's the first to calm a brother down and tell them everything's absolutely fine or attempt to smooth-talk his way into a well-guarded establishment. And Mickey is a social, empathetic guy who's a bit naive, likes to make friends, and is comfortable acknowledging the strengths of and even idolizing his enemies. Leo and Mickey, I feel are the easiest to mix up since they're both talkative, sociable types and seem to be the most "party dude" because of Mickey's general enthusiasm and Leo's laidback attitude, but the difference is Leo approaches people with the intention of getting something he wants whereas Mickey is just genuinely interested in resolving things to the mutual benefit of both parties or in making pals. If I were to be quirky about it, I could condense all their personalities into "get it done", "get it right", "get along", and "get excited", respectively.

    I concede that the whole bit about Splinter referring to them by their colors, and his entire character introduction was a bit disheartening, but I do think it's worth mentioning that in this series the turtles generally call him dad and rarely refer to him as Splinter. I also had my doubts about Splinter, especially considering the gravitas of 2012 rat daddy, but as the show tells you more about who Splinter is, his design and the character choices made make more sense. Hell, I'd argue Splinter's relationship to the turtles in this rendition make more sense than in any other rendition thus far.

    Like, okay, maybe some of you will feel what I'm getting at and some of you will be like 'no, that's not the perception I had of Splinter at all' but my thoughts are basically that, in previous renditions, while Splinter's backstory is generally well thought out in terms of his beef with series villains like the Shredder, in the turtle department, his connection to them, the way they meet, and the decision to raise them always felt more coincidental, or manufactured in order to create the status quo of the present time.

    [Spoilers for Rise]

    In Rise, however, Splinter's human identity is an action movie star martial artist named, Lou Jitsu who, because of his talent and strength as a martial artist, was kidnapped by Baron Draxum, who used his human DNA to mutate the turtles, making the turtles Splinter's biological children which makes his decision to raise them completely natural and cohesive despite his current personality. Not to say that blood is necessarily what makes a family, but I think, from a story-telling perspective, that connection by itself is preferable to previous iterations where Splinter is just sort of caught in mutating ooze with turtles in the near vicinity. And I know that the sudden turn with this character is jarring. As the last in a long line of warriors tasked with preventing the second coming of the Shredder who basically shirked his duties to become a movie star and life the high life, I believe that Splinter's more flawed character in Rise is at least consistent in itself, but I know that that's not a good enough excuse for the people who are mad that a character who was historically good and wise is now a sleazeball sewer dad, and I get that. But I will also add that I think these decisions were made with future development in mind, and that I think the decision to have a father figure who isn't always entirely fair gives the turtles the ability to act a bit more petulantly around him, which makes them interact more like father and sons as opposed to teacher and students, allowing the turtles to behave more like teenagers and Splinter to be a more rounded, dynamic character.

    [Me ranting unnecessarily for a bit with specifics]

    Although I love 2012 rat-daddy Splinter, and the turtles of that era also delved into that more teenager-y vibe with character direction, it's also true that the turtles could never have an even argument with Splinter because he was always right. Every rebellious action was always handled either with the turtle feeling guilty for disobeying and needing to overcome their pride to admit so, or coming to the realization over time that disobeying was wrong. There was no synthesis. Rise has the potential to explore family dynamics with more nuance. For instance, in episode 12, the main conflict is that Splinter attempts to train the turtles by having them study his old action movies, and when they voice their dissatisfaction and criticize him, he reacts emotionally and unjustly grounds them, taking their weapons. Afterwards, they sneak out anyway, get into trouble, the movies prove to be useful after all, yadda yadda, they come home and apologize. The distinction is the emotional reconciliation that's played out under this typical "subversive master" plotline. You see from the beginning that Splinter grounds them in a panic because they're talking about going to find some other, better master because he's "just a rat and they need a tiger". And when the turtles return, while he's mad because they were gone for hours and he had no idea where, the very next thing he does is try to apologize for his temper earlier. And although the turtles apologize for knocking the Lou Jitsu movies which ended up being useful, it's less an admission that Splinter was right all along than an apology for the way they behaved (i.e. looking down on him and saying he wasn't a capable teacher). And in this way, the dynamic is more familial with emotional reconciliations as opposed to tactical ones.

  • Strong dud Zack
    Strong dud Zack Month ago

    Ah well critic in this version they are all different species of turtles and raph is a snaping turtle

  • Ron Haines
    Ron Haines 2 months ago +1

    Leo looks villainous at 8:05

  • Truman productions
    Truman productions 2 months ago

    But how is shredder? Is he in it? Does he suck?

    • Anon Hamish
      Anon Hamish Month ago

      ​@Truman productions 'Tis. I mean, Shredder hasn't officially appeared yet, but he rampin up to be a pretty badass season finale villain.

    • Truman productions
      Truman productions Month ago +1

      @Anon Hamish sounds kinda good actually

    • Anon Hamish
      Anon Hamish Month ago +1

      Right now, his backstory is that he was this powerful warrior in the past whose soul was consumed by his armor and the Foot clan is cult dedicated to his resurrection. Also, Splinter's family was tasked with stopping people from resurrecting Shredder by finding all the pieces of the armor, but back when he was human, Splinter shirked the duty to go off and be an action movie star since it didn't seem like anyone was doing that at the time.

  • goji dbz fan
    goji dbz fan 2 months ago

    this serias of tmnt sucks ball it teribe

  • Terrence Harper
    Terrence Harper 2 months ago +3

    You should revisit the show it got a lot better.

  • Gamersmashlog Productions
    Gamersmashlog Productions 2 months ago +8

    Let’s think up substitutes for “Rise”:
    1 - Surfacing
    2 - Awakening
    3 - Ascension

  • Otaku Sempai
    Otaku Sempai 2 months ago +1

    If they did a multiverse episode they would be the wierder weaker turtles

  • Dark Wolvesblood
    Dark Wolvesblood 2 months ago +3

    I love the new Series =3

  • Huigberts Gamed
    Huigberts Gamed 2 months ago

    1:40 Star Wars: Hold my beer

  • riicefields
    riicefields 2 months ago +4

    tbh I love this show and the turtles' designs are to die for

    I mean not so much raph's but I still like it

    • riicefields
      riicefields Month ago

      Dremcrak haha yeah

    • Dremcrak
      Dremcrak Month ago

      Your profile image just says it all

  • Confusion BOMB Studios
    Confusion BOMB Studios 2 months ago +4

    N. C.: By “bits” I thought you meant- it’s probably time for a commercial...
    Me: *THAT’S EVEN WORSE!!!!!*

  • Kaagh178
    Kaagh178 2 months ago +2


    Partners in Kryme predicted Rise of the TMNT!

  • intel386DX
    intel386DX 2 months ago

    turtles are so ugly ,but at least animation is not in CGI

  • The Red Hood
    The Red Hood 2 months ago

    This show is gay bring back the straight 2012 show

  • Ezio Auditore da firenze

    The revolutionary war was better than this Haha fuck you tmnt

  • HowYouKnowItsReal 112
    HowYouKnowItsReal 112 2 months ago

    ...is anyone thinking what im thinking?

  • Jordan Rivera
    Jordan Rivera 2 months ago +5

    Can you pls do an updated review bc it’s gotten a lot better and has story continuity

  • Marina Syndulla
    Marina Syndulla 2 months ago +1

    I grew up with the 2003 tmnt but honestly 2012 was amazing! My favorite versions. The 2012 was a perfect blend great storytelling except with april being OP I hated that
    This show has beautiful animation but I feel like it's being wasted cause this show is still trying to find its identity. The writers honestly have no clue where they want to go with this. The 2003 and 2012 knew who they were from episode 1 in my opinion. This new one is still taking its time to find out if they are just a silly cartoon or if they want to be serious or both idk

  • SDUB Nation
    SDUB Nation 2 months ago +1

    For me 2003 Ninja Turtles was the G.O.A.T

  • AVOlion035
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  • Jordan Aguero
    Jordan Aguero 2 months ago +7

    The 2003 and 2012 Series were awesome. And the 2007 3D animated movie was so damn underrated.

  • Tyrannotitan
    Tyrannotitan 2 months ago +1

    I think their immature but in future episodes they may develop maturity?