History WesternAnimation / TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003

12th Jul '16 6:40:09 PM butterflygrrl
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* ADayInTheLimelight: Several.

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* ADayInTheLimelight: Several.Each of the turtles, Splinter, and even Casey and April get their own episodes every now and again. Even more minor characters get some:



* ADayInTheLimelight: Each of the turtles, Splinter, and even Casey and April get their own episodes every now and again.
11th Jul '16 3:36:02 PM overman2099
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** Pre-Fast Forward Agent Bishop is also no candidate for employer of the year. While not as brutal as the Shredder, Bishop has also done some pretty evil things to the people who work under him. In "Dragon's Brew," there was a man who worked under Bishop named Finn who liked and trusted Bishop enough that Bishop was apparently the best man at his wedding. Naturally, it didn't take long before Bishop mutated the man into a monster, leaving behind his widow and son with no hope of ever seeing him again. And even with Baxter Stockman, who himself has been a BadBoss in the past, Bishop consistently overworked Baxter to the point where Stockman is barely allowed the time or freedom to build a new body for himself. And even when Stockman seemingly died after botching a clone body experiment, Bishop still brought Stockman back to life, denying him his wish to die in peace and finally be at rest with his mother.

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** Pre-Fast Forward Agent Bishop is also no candidate for employer of the year. While not as brutal as the Shredder, Bishop has also done some pretty evil things to the people who work under him. In "Dragon's Brew," there was a man who worked under Bishop named Finn who liked and trusted Bishop enough that Bishop was apparently the best man at his wedding. Naturally, it didn't take long before Bishop mutated the man into a monster, leaving behind his widow and son with no hope of ever seeing him again. And even with Baxter Stockman, who himself has been a BadBoss in the past, Bishop consistently overworked Baxter to the point where Stockman is barely allowed the time or freedom to build a new body for himself. And even when Stockman seemingly died after botching a clone body experiment, Bishop still brought Stockman back to life, [[KickTheDog denying him his wish to die in peace and finally be at rest with his mother.mother]].
11th Jul '16 3:18:10 PM overman2099
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** Let's not overlook Baxter Stockman, who fully intended to murder April when she discovered the Mousers' true purpose. Sure, he's almost never in a position of authority again in the series, but this is pretty bad, and it is a small piece of a character [[InsufferableGenius so]] [[SmugSnake generally]] [[TheStarscream unlikeable]] that him [[EyeScream being]] [[BodyHorror increasingly]] [[FateWorseThanDeath mutilated]] over the series' run ( ironically as [[DisproportionateRetribution punishment]] for [[YouHaveFailedMe repeatedly failing the Shredder]])

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** Let's not overlook Baxter Stockman, who fully intended to murder April when she discovered the Mousers' true purpose. Sure, he's almost never in a position of authority again in the series, but this is pretty bad, and it is a small piece of a character [[InsufferableGenius so]] [[SmugSnake generally]] [[TheStarscream unlikeable]] that him [[EyeScream being]] [[BodyHorror increasingly]] [[FateWorseThanDeath mutilated]] over the series' run ( ironically as [[DisproportionateRetribution punishment]] for [[YouHaveFailedMe repeatedly failing the Shredder]]) [[KickTheSonOfABitch elicits little in the way of sympathy.]]



[[KickTheSonOfABitch elicits little in the way of sympathy.]]
11th Jul '16 3:16:29 PM overman2099
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** Let's not overlook Baxter Stockman, who fully intended to murder April when she discovered the Mousers' true purpose. Sure, he's almost never in a position of authority again in the series, but this is pretty bad, and it is a small piece of a character [[InsufferableGenius so]] [[SmugSnake generally]] [[TheStarscream unlikeable]] that him [[EyeScream being]] [[BodyHorror increasingly]] [[FateWorseThanDeath mutilated]] over the series' run ( ironically as [[DisproportionateRetribution punishment]] for [[YouHaveFailedMe repeatedly failing the Shredder]]) [[KickTheSonOfABitch elicits little in the way of sympathy.]]

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** Let's not overlook Baxter Stockman, who fully intended to murder April when she discovered the Mousers' true purpose. Sure, he's almost never in a position of authority again in the series, but this is pretty bad, and it is a small piece of a character [[InsufferableGenius so]] [[SmugSnake generally]] [[TheStarscream unlikeable]] that him [[EyeScream being]] [[BodyHorror increasingly]] [[FateWorseThanDeath mutilated]] over the series' run ( ironically as [[DisproportionateRetribution punishment]] for [[YouHaveFailedMe repeatedly failing the Shredder]]) Shredder]])
** Pre-Fast Forward Agent Bishop is also no candidate for employer of the year. While not as brutal as the Shredder, Bishop has also done some pretty evil things to the people who work under him. In "Dragon's Brew," there was a man who worked under Bishop named Finn who liked and trusted Bishop enough that Bishop was apparently the best man at his wedding. Naturally, it didn't take long before Bishop mutated the man into a monster, leaving behind his widow and son with no hope of ever seeing him again. And even with Baxter Stockman, who himself has been a BadBoss in the past, Bishop consistently overworked Baxter to the point where Stockman is barely allowed the time or freedom to build a new body for himself. And even when Stockman seemingly died after botching a clone body experiment, Bishop still brought Stockman back to life, denying him his wish to die in peace and finally be at rest with his mother.
[[KickTheSonOfABitch elicits little in the way of sympathy.]]
24th Jun '16 8:51:15 PM nombretomado
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The second animated series starring Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird's characters, produced by [[FourKidsEntertainment 4Kids Entertainment]] under the direction of Lloyd Goldfine, with supervision by Laird and additional funding and input by toymaker Playmates. Often nicknamed "TMNT 2k3" by fans, and designed to be more faithful to the [[Comicbook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesMirage original comic book]] and more serious than the [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987 previous cartoon]], it translated most of the original's storylines faithfully, [[InternalHomage often directly recreating issues as episodes,]] while creating its own additions to the TMNT mythos.

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The second animated series starring Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird's characters, produced by [[FourKidsEntertainment 4Kids Entertainment]] Creator/FourKidsEntertainment under the direction of Lloyd Goldfine, with supervision by Laird and additional funding and input by toymaker Playmates. Often nicknamed "TMNT 2k3" by fans, and designed to be more faithful to the [[Comicbook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesMirage original comic book]] and more serious than the [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987 previous cartoon]], it translated most of the original's storylines faithfully, [[InternalHomage often directly recreating issues as episodes,]] while creating its own additions to the TMNT mythos.
1st Jun '16 9:48:57 PM overman2099
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* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: Leonardo is faced with this situation during the Ninja Tribunal Arc where he was the only Turtle who failed to get a mystic weapon from the forge. There was the possibility that because he was having the most difficulty with the Ninja Tribunal's tests, he lacked the confidence and faith to be worthy of earning himself a mystical weapon. However, it should be noted that in the past, he had his swords broken and subsequently repaired in the forges of the Battle Nexus, another place of great mystical power. Therefore, it was equally possible that the real reason he didn't get new weapons from the Ninja Tribunal's forge was because ''his two swords were already imbued with mystical power from the Battle Nexus''.

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* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: Leonardo is faced with a variation of this situation during the Ninja Tribunal Arc Arc, a storyline that was already filled to the brim with actual magic, where he was the only Turtle who failed to get a mystic weapon from the forge. There was the possibility that because he was having the most difficulty with the Ninja Tribunal's tests, he lacked the confidence and faith to be worthy of earning himself a mystical weapon. However, it should be noted that in the past, he had his swords broken and subsequently repaired in the forges of the Battle Nexus, another place of great mystical power. Therefore, it was equally possible that the real reason he didn't get new weapons from the Ninja Tribunal's forge was because ''his two swords were already imbued with mystical power from the Battle Nexus''.
31st May '16 10:53:04 PM overman2099
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* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: Leonardo is faced with this situation during the Ninja Tribunal Arc where he was the only Turtle who failed to get a mystic weapon from the forge. There was the possibility that because he was having the most difficulty with the Ninja Tribunal's tests, he lacked the confidence and faith to be worthy of earning himself a mystical weapon. However, it should be noted that in the past, he had his swords broken and subsequently repaired in the forges of the Battle Nexus, another place of great mystical power. Therefore, it was equally possible that the real reason he didn't get new weapons from the Ninja Tribunal's forge was because ''his two swords were already imbued with mystical power from the Battle Nexus''.
26th May '16 7:33:05 PM Etheru
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** Oroku Nagi has no presence in "The Tale of Hamato Yoshi", '' being replaced by Yukio Mashimi, another street rat alongside Hamato Yoshi, no doubt because [[PragmaticAdaptation they couldn't use Nagi due to the Shredder's altered origin story]].

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** Oroku Nagi has no presence in "The Tale of Hamato Yoshi", '' being replaced by Yukio Mashimi, another street rat alongside Hamato Yoshi, no doubt because [[PragmaticAdaptation they couldn't use Nagi due to the Shredder's altered origin story]].story.
26th May '16 7:32:32 PM Etheru
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* AdaptedOut: Dr. Shreddarius isn't mentioned in "Reality Check", with the major antagonistic role instead filled in by The Sliver, Splinter's alternate universe counterpart.

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Dr. Shreddarius isn't mentioned in "Reality Check", with the major antagonistic role instead filled in by The Sliver, Splinter's alternate universe counterpart.counterpart.
** Oroku Nagi has no presence in "The Tale of Hamato Yoshi", '' being replaced by Yukio Mashimi, another street rat alongside Hamato Yoshi, no doubt because [[PragmaticAdaptation they couldn't use Nagi due to the Shredder's altered origin story]].
21st May '16 10:27:53 PM vexer
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** The "Helix" video-games are an Expy of ''Halo''
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