History Heartwarming / TurtlesForever

3rd Apr '15 12:05:44 PM SithkingZero
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'''1987 Splinter:''' To me also, Leonardo. You four are welcome here always.
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'''1987 Splinter:''' To me also, Leonardo. You four are welcome here always.always. ** Both Splinters are treated with great respect- the 2003 one gets ''angry'' when the 2003 turtles start picking on their 1987 counterparts. No matter which world, the Splinters don't see "Otherworldly Copies," They just see eight sons.
21st Oct '12 4:21:55 PM rubyapple
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* Not only that, they decide to go for some [[MythologyGag pizza]]!
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* ** Not only that, they decide to go for some [[MythologyGag pizza]]!
21st Oct '12 4:21:45 PM rubyapple
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* Not only that, they decide to go for some [[MythologyGag pizza]]!
4th Jul '12 3:47:17 AM SayaAensland
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* The ''TurtlesForever'' crossover movie, which from beginning to end is a love letter to the {{Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles}} franchise and its fans, ends with [[spoiler: a live-action segment showing Turtles creators Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird (who are played by actors but voiced by Eastman and Laird themselves) circa 1984, as they take a break from creating the first issue of the franchise in order to take lunch, speaking about how satisfied they are with the comic book and how they hope it will sell]]. Not only does it bring the whole franchise full circle, making it the perfect ending to a movie that celebrates all the incarnations of the turtles, it's also a touching tribute to the franchise's creators.
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* The ''TurtlesForever'' crossover movie, which from beginning to end is a love letter to the {{Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles}} franchise and its fans, ends with [[spoiler: a [[spoiler:a live-action segment showing Turtles creators Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird (who are played by actors but voiced by Eastman and Laird themselves) circa 1984, as they take a break from creating the first issue of the franchise in order to take lunch, speaking about how satisfied they are with the comic book and how they hope it will sell]]. Not only does it bring the whole franchise full circle, making it the perfect ending to a movie that celebrates all the incarnations of the turtles, it's also a touching tribute to the franchise's creators.

--->'''1987 Turtles''': It's Ninja Time! --->'''2003 Turtles''': Turtle Power!
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--->'''1987 -->'''1987 Turtles''': It's Ninja Time! --->'''2003 -->'''2003 Turtles''': Turtle Power!
31st Jan '12 7:07:24 PM SpideyTerry
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* There was also the portrayal of 1987 Splinter. He escapes any of the {{Take That}}s and is portrayed and treated with great respect and dignity.
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* There was also the portrayal of 1987 Splinter. He escapes any of the {{Take That}}s and is portrayed and treated with great respect and dignity.dignity. -->'''1987 Splinter:''' Please take this moment to nourish your body and soul, as you prepare for the challenge that lies ahead of you.\\ '''2003 Leonardo:''' Thank you... Master. My brothers and I have found your dimension to be, well, disorienting. But being here, seeing you feels right.\\ '''1987 Splinter:''' To me also, Leonardo. You four are welcome here always.
20th Nov '11 1:11:34 AM animenutcase
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-->''I'm gonna miss those goofballs...not.''
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-->''I'm gonna miss those goofballs...fudgeballs...not.''
1st Nov '11 8:11:04 PM Lapis
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* The ''TurtlesForever'' crossover movie, which from beginning to end is a love letter to the {{Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles}} franchise and its fans, ends with [[spoiler: a life-action segment showing Turtles creators Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird (who are played by actors but voiced by Eastman and Laird themselves) circa 1984, as they take a break from creating the first issue of the franchise in order to take lunch, speaking about how satisfied they are with the comic book and how they hope it will sell]]. Not only does it bring the whole franchise full circle, making it the perfect ending to a movie that celebrates all the incarnations of the turtles, it's also a touching tribute to the franchise's creators.
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* The ''TurtlesForever'' crossover movie, which from beginning to end is a love letter to the {{Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles}} franchise and its fans, ends with [[spoiler: a life-action live-action segment showing Turtles creators Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird (who are played by actors but voiced by Eastman and Laird themselves) circa 1984, as they take a break from creating the first issue of the franchise in order to take lunch, speaking about how satisfied they are with the comic book and how they hope it will sell]]. Not only does it bring the whole franchise full circle, making it the perfect ending to a movie that celebrates all the incarnations of the turtles, it's also a touching tribute to the franchise's creators.
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