History WesternAnimation / TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987

24th Apr '17 10:57:48 PM MisterCPC
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* RecurringExtra: The first season had a couple. First was April's newscrew, who was seen working with her and Vernon in the first and fifth episodes. Next was the rest of Rocksteady and Bebop's gang, who were also shown to be mutated by the Shredder and were last seen locked up in the Technodrome's brig. [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome Sadly, none of them made any reappearances after season one ended]].
22nd Apr '17 9:00:13 PM philipnova798
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* AnimationBump: More times than possibly any cartoon in the 80's and 90's. The animation style could go from being horrible to decent, sometimes ''in a single episode.'' The first two seasons each kept with a single animation studio (Toei for Season 1, and A-1 Productions for Season 2), but the seasons grew much longer starting with Season 3, resulting in animation being farmed out to several different studios [[note]]These included Creator/WangFilmProductions, Creator/PacificRimAnimation, Creator/LukFilm, Creator/KyungKang, Creator/IslandAnimation, Creator/VargaStudio, Creator/StudioCockpit and Creator/HanhoHeungUp. With several episodes by an unknown Japanese studio, none of them credited[[/note]]. This continued until the "Red Sky" era, where the seasons got cut down to eight episodes each and a single studio (this time Creator/DaiWon Animation[[note]]and Creator/MorningSun for season nine[[/note]]) became sufficient to handle all the show's animation again.

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* AnimationBump: More times than possibly any cartoon in the 80's and 90's. The animation style could go from being horrible to decent, sometimes ''in a single episode.'' The first two seasons each kept with a single animation studio (Toei for Season 1, and A-1 Productions for Season 2), but the seasons grew much longer starting with Season 3, resulting in animation being farmed out to several different studios [[note]]These [[labelnote:*]]These included Creator/WangFilmProductions, Creator/PacificRimAnimation, Creator/LukFilm, Creator/KyungKang, Creator/IslandAnimation, Creator/VargaStudio, Creator/StudioCockpit and Creator/HanhoHeungUp. With several episodes by an unknown Japanese studio, none of them credited[[/note]].credited[[/labelnote]]. This continued until the "Red Sky" era, where the seasons got cut down to eight episodes each and a single studio (this time Creator/DaiWon Animation[[note]]and Creator/MorningSun for season nine[[/note]]) became sufficient to handle all the show's animation again.
22nd Apr '17 8:59:42 PM philipnova798
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* AnimationBump: More times than possibly any cartoon in the 80's and 90's. The animation style could go from being horrible to decent, sometimes ''in a single episode.'' The first two seasons each kept with a single animation studio (Toei for Season 1, and A-1 Productions for Season 2), but the seasons grew much longer starting with Season 3, resulting in animation being farmed out to several different studios [[note]]Creator/WangFilmProductions, Creator/PacificRimAnimation, Creator/LukFilm, Creator/KyungKang, Island Animation, Varga Studios, Creator/StudioCockpit and Creator/HanhoHeungUp, with an occasional episode by an unknown Japanese studio, none of them credited[[/note]]. This continued until the "Red Sky" era, where the seasons got cut down to eight episodes each and a single studio (this time Creator/DaiWon Animation[[note]]and Creator/MorningSun for season nine[[/note]]) became sufficient to handle all the show's animation again.

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* AnimationBump: More times than possibly any cartoon in the 80's and 90's. The animation style could go from being horrible to decent, sometimes ''in a single episode.'' The first two seasons each kept with a single animation studio (Toei for Season 1, and A-1 Productions for Season 2), but the seasons grew much longer starting with Season 3, resulting in animation being farmed out to several different studios [[note]]Creator/WangFilmProductions, [[note]]These included Creator/WangFilmProductions, Creator/PacificRimAnimation, Creator/LukFilm, Creator/KyungKang, Island Animation, Varga Studios, Creator/IslandAnimation, Creator/VargaStudio, Creator/StudioCockpit and Creator/HanhoHeungUp, with an occasional episode Creator/HanhoHeungUp. With several episodes by an unknown Japanese studio, none of them credited[[/note]]. This continued until the "Red Sky" era, where the seasons got cut down to eight episodes each and a single studio (this time Creator/DaiWon Animation[[note]]and Creator/MorningSun for season nine[[/note]]) became sufficient to handle all the show's animation again.
21st Apr '17 4:04:15 AM philipnova798
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* AnimationBump: More times than possibly any cartoon in the 80's and 90's. The animation style could go from being horrible to decent, sometimes ''in a single episode.'' The first two seasons each kept with a single animation studio (Toei for Season 1, and A-1 Productions for Season 2), but the seasons grew much longer starting with Season 3, resulting in animation being farmed out to several different studios [[note]]Creator/WangFilmProductions, Creator/PacificRimAnimation, Creator/LukFilm, Creator/KyungKang, Island Animation, Varga Studios and Creator/HanhoHeungUp, with an occasional episode by an unknown Japanese studio, none of them credited[[/note]]. This continued until the "Red Sky" era, where the seasons got cut down to eight episodes each and a single studio (this time Creator/DaiWon Animation[[note]]and Creator/MorningSun for season nine[[/note]]) became sufficient to handle all the show's animation again.

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* AnimationBump: More times than possibly any cartoon in the 80's and 90's. The animation style could go from being horrible to decent, sometimes ''in a single episode.'' The first two seasons each kept with a single animation studio (Toei for Season 1, and A-1 Productions for Season 2), but the seasons grew much longer starting with Season 3, resulting in animation being farmed out to several different studios [[note]]Creator/WangFilmProductions, Creator/PacificRimAnimation, Creator/LukFilm, Creator/KyungKang, Island Animation, Varga Studios Studios, Creator/StudioCockpit and Creator/HanhoHeungUp, with an occasional episode by an unknown Japanese studio, none of them credited[[/note]]. This continued until the "Red Sky" era, where the seasons got cut down to eight episodes each and a single studio (this time Creator/DaiWon Animation[[note]]and Creator/MorningSun for season nine[[/note]]) became sufficient to handle all the show's animation again.
16th Apr '17 1:37:17 PM EBsessed
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* ArtEvolution: The Red Sky seasons have a slightly different art style from the earlier seasons.

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* ArtEvolution: The Red Sky seasons have a slightly very different art style from the earlier seasons.
14th Apr '17 7:33:20 AM LooneyCartoons
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** Season 7 is also noticeably darker than the first six seasons, acting as the link between those seasons and the Red Sky seasons.

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** Season 7 [[note]]discounting the "Vacation in Europe" episodes, which aired as part of Season 7[[/note]] is also noticeably darker than the first six seasons, acting as the link between those seasons and the Red Sky seasons.
14th Apr '17 7:29:54 AM LooneyCartoons
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One day, Yoshi finds the turtles immersed in pink-colored ooze, which he gets all over himself while trying to clean it off. Soon, he finds the turtles growing to humanoid size, and himself turning into a humanoid rat; the ooze, which had been spilled by Saki in order to kill Yoshi, was a mutagen that would grant an organism traits from the previous organism it had come into physical contact with. Yoshi decides to raise the turtles, name them, and train them in the martial arts.

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One day, Yoshi finds the turtles immersed in pink-colored ooze, which he gets all over himself while trying to clean it off. Soon, he finds the turtles growing to humanoid size, and himself turning into a humanoid rat; the ooze, which had been spilled by Saki in order to kill Yoshi, was a mutagen that would grant an organism traits from the previous organism it had come into physical contact with. Yoshi decides to raise the turtles, name them, and train them in the martial arts.
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** Season 7 is also noticeably darker than the first six seasons, acting as the link between those seasons and the Red Sky seasons.
13th Apr '17 5:49:19 PM EBsessed
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** There was also Bug-Man who only showed up in one episode. He was an insect-themed superhero who curiously [[TheIncredibleHulk turned into a powerful superhuman when angered.]] In the episode, he had become a pacifist but since Michelangelo needed his help, he tried his best to make him angry so he would turn into his super-powered form.

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** There was also Bug-Man who only showed up in one episode.two episodes. He was an insect-themed superhero who curiously [[TheIncredibleHulk turned into a powerful superhuman when angered.]] In the episode, he had become a pacifist but since Michelangelo needed his help, he tried his best to make him angry so he would turn into his super-powered form.
13th Apr '17 5:48:06 PM EBsessed
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* AnimalThemedSuperbeing: The Rat King falls under the ''Animal Alias'' type since he has no actual rat powers. Interestingly, most of the characters in this show fall under BeastMan or AnimalSuperhero despite the vast number of AnimalMotifs.
** There was also Bug-Man who only showed up in one episode. He was an insect-themed superhero who curiously [[TheIncredibleHulk turned into a powerful superhuman when angered.]] In the episode, he had become a pacifist but since Michelangelo needed his help, he tried his best to make him angry so he would turn into his super-powered form.



* AnimalThemedSuperbeing: The Rat King falls under the ''Animal Alias'' type since he has no actual rat powers. Interestingly, most of the characters in this show fall under BeastMan or AnimalSuperhero despite the vast number of AnimalMotifs.
** There was also Bug-Man who only showed up in one episode. He was an insect-themed superhero who curiously [[TheIncredibleHulk turned into a powerful superhuman when angered.]] In the episode, he had become a pacifist but since Michelangelo needed his help, he tried his best to make him angry so he would turn into his super-powered form.
25th Mar '17 8:49:19 AM NekoHybrid
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* DrivesLikeCrazy: Splinter of all characters does this in "Enter the Fly" when he pulls a BigDamnHeroes for the Turtles. Take note he's never driven a car in his life.
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