History Series / NinjaTurtlesTheNextMutation

21st Oct '15 6:07:51 PM nombretomado
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The show ended up in {{Disney}}'s hands when they bought Saban Entertainment, but Saban Brands has now got the show back, along with the other Toei collaborations (''Franchise/PowerRangers'', ''Series/VRTroopers'', ''{{Beetleborgs}}'', and ''MaskedRider''). The franchise itself is owned by {{Nickelodeon}}. As of 2011, the show is now available on Netflix. Shout!Factory will begin releasing the series on DVD in September 2012. Prior to that, the series had previously seen a Region 2 DVD release, although in a heavily edited form (and under the "Hero Turtles" banner, as the word "Ninja" was a no-no in Europe at the time). For some odd reason it got back on the airwaves in 2013 via TheHub until network switched brand names to ''Discovery Family''.
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The show ended up in {{Disney}}'s Creator/{{Disney}}'s hands when they bought Saban Entertainment, but Saban Brands has now got the show back, along with the other Toei collaborations (''Franchise/PowerRangers'', ''Series/VRTroopers'', ''{{Beetleborgs}}'', and ''MaskedRider''). The franchise itself is owned by {{Nickelodeon}}. As of 2011, the show is now available on Netflix. Shout!Factory will begin releasing the series on DVD in September 2012. Prior to that, the series had previously seen a Region 2 DVD release, although in a heavily edited form (and under the "Hero Turtles" banner, as the word "Ninja" was a no-no in Europe at the time). For some odd reason it got back on the airwaves in 2013 via TheHub until network switched brand names to ''Discovery Family''.
5th Oct '15 4:15:04 AM Morgenthaler
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Properly alligned the image.
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13th Sep '15 6:24:14 PM jameygamer
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The show only lasted 26 episodes, and was canceled after the end of the first season, with any hope of a second season permanently scrapped. Reception was not great, as fans of the first show and to an extent, [[ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesMirage the original comic]] didn't like that the Shredder and the Foot Clan were PutOnABus and no other established characters besides Splinter and the Turtles themselves made any appearances, or that the Turtles were frequently overshadowed by Venus' mysticism. The [[CanonForeigner characters created for the show]], i.e. Venus and the rogues gallery, took the brunt of the fan backlash, with ''TMNT'' co-creator Peter Laird personally hating Venus for ruining the brotherhood dynamic of the turtles. Combine all of that with the hefty price-per-episode thanks to the animatronics required for most of the characters. Of all the ''Ninja Turtles'' shows, this usually stands as both the least successful and least remembered.
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The show only lasted 26 episodes, and was canceled after the end of the first season, with any hope of a second season permanently scrapped. Reception was not great, as fans of the first show and to an extent, [[ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesMirage the original comic]] didn't like that the Shredder and the Foot Clan were PutOnABus and no other established characters besides Splinter and the Turtles themselves made any appearances, or that the Turtles were frequently overshadowed by Venus' mysticism. The [[CanonForeigner characters created for the show]], i.e. Venus and the rogues gallery, took the brunt of the fan backlash, with ''TMNT'' co-creator [[BerserkButton Peter Laird personally hating Venus for ruining the brotherhood dynamic of the turtles.turtles]] and subsequently barring the character from appearing again in the franchise for the remainder of his ownership of it. Combine all of that with the hefty price-per-episode thanks to the animatronics required for most of the characters. Of all the ''Ninja Turtles'' shows, this usually stands as both the least successful and least remembered.
13th Sep '15 12:24:04 PM CaptainTedium
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* BiggerBad: The "Unchain my Heart" episodes had a vampire named Vam-Mi as the main antagonist, but she briefly summons some kind of elder vampire god to ask him for help.

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* BiggerBad: GreaterScopeVillain: The "Unchain my Heart" episodes had a vampire named Vam-Mi as the main antagonist, but she briefly summons some kind of elder vampire god to ask him for help.
13th Sep '15 12:22:33 PM CaptainTedium
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* ArtisticLicenseLinguistics: In this show, the word "shinobi" is treated as being a kind of magician, which Venus being trained to use shinobi magic and having no experience in ninjutsu. Not only is "shinobi" a synonym for "ninja" in real life, but it also specifically means a male ninja.
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* ArtisticLicenseLinguistics: In this show, the word "shinobi" is treated as being a kind of magician, which with Venus being trained to use shinobi magic and having no experience in ninjutsu. Not only is "shinobi" a synonym for "ninja" in real life, but it also specifically means a male ninja.
13th Sep '15 12:22:02 PM CaptainTedium
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* ArtisticLicenseLinguistics: In this show, the word "shinobi" is treated as being a kind of magician, which Venus being trained to use shinobi magic and having no experience in ninjutsu. Not only is "shinobi" a synonym for "ninja" in real life, but it also specifically means a male ninja.
3rd Apr '15 3:16:15 PM Retro7
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The show ended up in {{Disney}}'s hands when they bought Saban Entertainment, but Saban Brands has now got the show back, along with the other Toei collaborations (''Franchise/PowerRangers'', ''Series/VRTroopers'', ''{{Beetleborgs}}'', and ''MaskedRider''). The franchise itself is owned by {{Nickelodeon}}. As of 2011, the show is now available on Netflix. Shout!Factory will begin releasing the series on DVD in September 2012. Prior to that, the series had previously seen a Region 2 DVD release, although in a heavily edited form (and under the "Hero Turtles" banner, as the word "Ninja" was a no-no in Europe at the time). For some odd reason it got back on the airwaves in 2013 via TheHub.
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The show ended up in {{Disney}}'s hands when they bought Saban Entertainment, but Saban Brands has now got the show back, along with the other Toei collaborations (''Franchise/PowerRangers'', ''Series/VRTroopers'', ''{{Beetleborgs}}'', and ''MaskedRider''). The franchise itself is owned by {{Nickelodeon}}. As of 2011, the show is now available on Netflix. Shout!Factory will begin releasing the series on DVD in September 2012. Prior to that, the series had previously seen a Region 2 DVD release, although in a heavily edited form (and under the "Hero Turtles" banner, as the word "Ninja" was a no-no in Europe at the time). For some odd reason it got back on the airwaves in 2013 via TheHub. TheHub until network switched brand names to ''Discovery Family''.
19th Mar '15 8:54:05 AM CaptainTedium
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Relocating trivia trope.
* ShowAccuracyToyAccuracy: Splinter has brown fur and, as in the live-action films, has one of his ears slashed off, but his action figure in the show's toyline gives him grayish fur and has both of his ears intact.
11th Jan '15 3:55:41 AM CaptainTedium
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* ShowAccuracyToyAccuracy: Splinter has brown fur and, as in the live-action films, has one of his ears slashed off, but his action figure in the show's toyline gives him grayish fur and has both of his ears intact.
26th Sep '14 8:57:18 PM CaptainTedium
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Ugh. Another trope that's not in alphabetical order.
* KidAppealCharacter: Mikey

* KidAppealCharacter: Mikey
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