History WesternAnimation / TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003

27th Mar '18 6:35:27 PM Etheru
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** In the comics, when Renet and the Turtles teamed up for the first time to fight Savanti Romero in medieval times, they were joined by ''ComicBook/CerebusTheAardvark''. In "Time Travails" however, Cerebus isn't included and it's just the Turtles and Renet who go up against him.

to:

** In the comics, when Renet and the Turtles teamed up for the first time to fight Savanti Romero in medieval times, they were joined by ''ComicBook/CerebusTheAardvark''. In "Time Travails" however, Cerebus isn't included and it's just the Turtles and Renet who go up against him. The only trace of him is a briefly seen non-anthropomorphic aardvark, as [[MythologyGag an in-joke]].
26th Mar '18 8:52:15 PM overman2099
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

** In the comics, when Renet and the Turtles teamed up for the first time to fight Savanti Romero in medieval times, they were joined by ''ComicBook/CerebusTheAardvark''. In "Time Travails" however, Cerebus isn't included and it's just the Turtles and Renet who go up against him.
26th Feb '18 5:57:06 PM overman2099
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* AdaptationInducedPlothole: In the show, Leatherhead was shown to be inside the TCRI building when the Turtles, Shredder, and the military were involved in the "Secret Origins" storyline, so the Utroms can come off as slightly uncaring or negligent towards Leatherhead, as they didn't bother trying to find Leatherhead to take back to their homeworld, despite the clear danger they were in with the military outside and Shredder, along with his bomb, inside. In the original comics, Leatherhead was established as someone who liked to spend a lot of time exploring the outside world, so he wasn't present at all when the Turtles were at the TCRI building where the Utroms decided to evacuate the whole building so they legitimately didn't have any time or means to summon him due to the emergency, whereas in the show, one has to wonder if they even cared about Leatherhead, since he was in the building and the Utroms couldn't be bothered to summon him or even ask the Turtles to find him.

to:

* AdaptationInducedPlothole: In the show, Leatherhead was shown to be inside the TCRI building when the Turtles, Shredder, and the military were involved in the "Secret Origins" storyline, so the Utroms can come off as slightly uncaring or negligent towards Leatherhead, as they didn't bother trying to find Leatherhead to take back to their homeworld, despite the clear danger they were in with the military outside and Shredder, along with his bomb, inside. In the original comics, Leatherhead was established as someone who liked to spend a lot of time exploring the outside world, so he wasn't present at all when the Turtles were at the TCRI building where the Utroms decided to evacuate the whole building place so they legitimately didn't have any time or means to summon him due to the emergency, whereas in the show, one has to wonder if they even cared about Leatherhead, since he was in the building and the Utroms couldn't be bothered to summon him or even ask the Turtles to find him.
26th Feb '18 5:53:22 PM overman2099
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Some episodes like ''I, Monster'' and ''All Hallows Thieves'' are given expanded fight scenes. In the original ''Mirage'' comics, the Turtles' encounter with the Rat King is basically Leonardo throwing a ninja star at him and sending him plummeting to his doom. Here, while he does throw ninja stars at the Rat King, the Rat King survives the fall and Leonardo is given a full-length fight scene with him.

to:

** Some episodes like ''I, Monster'' "I, Monster" and ''All "All Hallows Thieves'' Thieves" are given expanded fight scenes. In the original ''Mirage'' comics, the Turtles' encounter with the Rat King is basically Leonardo throwing a ninja star at him and sending him plummeting to his doom. Here, while he does throw ninja stars at the Rat King, the Rat King survives the fall and Leonardo is given a full-length fight scene with him.
26th Feb '18 2:07:24 PM overman2099
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* AdaptationInducedPlothole: In the show, Leatherhead was shown to be inside the TCRI building with the Utroms when the Turtles, Shredder, and the US military were involved in the "Secret Origins" storyline, the Utroms can come off as slightly uncaring or negligent towards Leatherhead at the very least, considering they didn't bother trying to find or summon Leatherhead to take back to their homeworld, despite the clear danger they were in with the military outside and Shredder, along with his bomb, inside. In the original comics, Leatherhead was established as someone who liked to spend a lot of time exploring the outside world, so he wasn't present at all when the Turtles were at the TCRI building where the Utroms decided to evacuate the whole building so the Utroms legitimately didn't have any time or means to summon him due to the emergency, whereas in the show, one has to wonder if they even cared about Leatherhead at all, since he was in the building with them and the Utroms couldn't be bothered to summon him or even ask the Turtles to find him.

to:

* AdaptationInducedPlothole: In the show, Leatherhead was shown to be inside the TCRI building with the Utroms when the Turtles, Shredder, and the US military were involved in the "Secret Origins" storyline, so the Utroms can come off as slightly uncaring or negligent towards Leatherhead at the very least, considering Leatherhead, as they didn't bother trying to find or summon Leatherhead to take back to their homeworld, despite the clear danger they were in with the military outside and Shredder, along with his bomb, inside. In the original comics, Leatherhead was established as someone who liked to spend a lot of time exploring the outside world, so he wasn't present at all when the Turtles were at the TCRI building where the Utroms decided to evacuate the whole building so the Utroms they legitimately didn't have any time or means to summon him due to the emergency, whereas in the show, one has to wonder if they even cared about Leatherhead at all, Leatherhead, since he was in the building with them and the Utroms couldn't be bothered to summon him or even ask the Turtles to find him.
26th Feb '18 2:04:08 PM overman2099
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* AdaptationInducedPlothole: In the show, Leatherhead was shown to be inside the TCRI building with the Utroms when the Turtles, Shredder, and the US military were involved in the "Secret Origins" storyline, the Utroms can come off as slightly uncaring or negligent towards Leatherhead at the very least, considering they didn't bother trying to find or summon Leatherhead to take back to their homeworld, despite the clear danger they were in with the military outside and Shredder, along with his bomb, inside. In the original comics, Leatherhead was established as someone who liked to spend a lot of time exploring the outside world, so he wasn't present at all when the Turtles were at the TCRI building where the Utroms decided to evacuate the whole building so the Utroms legitimately didn't have any time or means to summon him due to the emergency, whereas in the show, one has to wonder if they even cared about Leatherhead at all, since he was in the building with them and the Utroms couldn't be bothered to summon him or even ask the Turtles to find him.


Added DiffLines:

** In "Hunted", there was an African poacher-hunter who went after the big game hunter Mr. Marlin for his illegal poaching in the original comics. In the show, however, he doesn't appear and Leatherhead himself is the one who takes Marlin down.
26th Feb '18 1:47:21 PM overman2099
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

** Some episodes like ''I, Monster'' and ''All Hallows Thieves'' are given expanded fight scenes. In the original ''Mirage'' comics, the Turtles' encounter with the Rat King is basically Leonardo throwing a ninja star at him and sending him plummeting to his doom. Here, while he does throw ninja stars at the Rat King, the Rat King survives the fall and Leonardo is given a full-length fight scene with him.
11th Feb '18 10:05:31 AM GoblinCipher
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* DrillTank: The Turtle Tuneller.

to:

* DrillTank: The Turtle Tuneller.Tunneller.
11th Feb '18 9:54:27 AM GoblinCipher
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Unless you want Hun to rudely tell you to leave him alone, do not persist with him that he placed an order. The result? Hun: (Growling) "GO AWAY! WE! PLACED! NO! ORDER!"
31st Jan '18 12:59:53 AM Edgecrusher666
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** TheEvilGenius: Chaplin



** TheEvilGenius: Chaplin



** TheHero: Leonardo

to:

** TheHero: TheLeader: Leonardo
This list shows the last 10 events of 557. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=WesternAnimation.TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003