History WesternAnimation / TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012

13th Oct '17 10:44:36 AM WillKeaton
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* ClassicalMovieVampire: How Dracula appears in one story arc ion season 5.



** Baxter Stockman, while black like in the original comics and 2003 show, appears to take visual cues from the 1987 version of the character in physique, hairstyle, and general attire. [[spoiler:He was also confirmed to become a flyman in Season 2 at a convention.]]

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** Baxter Stockman, while black like in the original comics and 2003 show, appears to take visual cues from the 1987 version of the character in physique, hairstyle, and general attire. [[spoiler:He was also confirmed to mutates into a become a flyman in Season 2 at a convention.2.]]
11th Oct '17 11:30:18 AM DVB
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** Partially explained in universe with the mutagen having unpredictable effects on earth due to coming from a different dimension with different natural laws. The Kraang themselves need to alter it in order to achieve the effect they want ([[spoiler: which they achieve at the finale of season 2]]). Deliberate mutation experiments seem to be a lot more predictable later on, accidental mutations still cause very random results.

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** Partially explained in universe with the mutagen having unpredictable effects on earth due to coming from a different dimension with different natural laws. The Kraang themselves need to alter it in order to achieve the effect they want ([[spoiler: which they achieve at the finale of season 2]]). Furthermore, since the Ooze is constantly being developed, later batches could be more potent and more dangerous than older ones. Deliberate mutation experiments seem to be a lot more predictable later on, accidental mutations still cause very random results.
11th Oct '17 11:27:33 AM DVB
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** Mona Lisa was a mutated college girl in the 1987 series; here, she's a ProudWarriorRaceGuy who's constantly looking for another chance to fight.

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** Mona Lisa was a mutated college girl in the 1987 series; here, she's a ProudWarriorRaceGuy who's constantly looking for another chance skilled warrior of a ProudWarriorRace of salamander-like aliens (the same race Newtralizer is) and her love of fighting matches Raph's (hence why they're drawn to fight.one another.) Her reale name is Y’Gythgba with Mona Lisa being a loving nickname Raph came up with (also, easier to pronounce.)
11th Oct '17 11:24:01 AM DVB
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** The Shredder remains well out of the Turtles league all the way through season three, when by then, past incarnations usually relied on technology (2003) or were reduced to non-threats (1987, both live action film series').

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** The Shredder remains well out of the Turtles league all the way through season three, when by then, past incarnations usually relied on technology (2003) or were reduced to non-threats (1987, both live action film series'). He's even able to keep up against bigger and stronger mutants such as Slash and Leatherhead.



** Bebop and Rocksteady were DumbMuscle who rarely put up much of a fight against the heroes in the 1987 series. They're quite a bit more threatening in a fight and perhaps slightly smarter this time around.

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** Bebop and Rocksteady were DumbMuscle who rarely put up much of a fight against the heroes in the 1987 series. They're quite a bit more threatening in a fight and perhaps slightly smarter this time around. Even before their mutation, they were quite capable, with Bebop a world-class thief and Rocksteady a notable armsdealer.



** The Kraang's counterparts in the 2003 series, the Utroms, were a benevolent, peaceful race who eventually established friendly relations with Earth. Here, the Kraang are warmongering terraformers who seek to subjugate and eventually wipe out humanity. The Utroms later turn up as a heroic splinter tribe of the Kraang.

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** The Kraang's counterparts in the 2003 series, the Utroms, were a benevolent, peaceful race who eventually established friendly relations with Earth. Here, the Kraang are warmongering terraformers who seek to subjugate and eventually wipe out humanity. The Utroms later turn show up as a heroic splinter tribe of and it's revealed that the Kraang.Kraang are actually Ultrom who were brainwashed by the scientist who would become Kraang Prime after experimenting with mutagen, granting psychic powers and massive megalomania.
10th Oct '17 10:39:25 AM QuizzicalPieridine
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** The comic book tie-in from Creator/IDWPublishing also features a crossover with WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries. It's basically ''ComicBook/BatmanTeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' for a younger audience.

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** The comic book tie-in from Creator/IDWPublishing also features a crossover with WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries.''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries''. It's basically ''ComicBook/BatmanTeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' for a younger audience.
10th Oct '17 10:38:52 AM QuizzicalPieridine
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** The comic book tie-in from Creator/IDWPublishing also features a crossover with WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries. It's basically ''ComicBook/BatmanTeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' for a younger audience.
10th Sep '17 10:18:49 AM The10thGeek
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** Season Five has a series of arc villains, such as [[{{DragonsAreDemonic}} Kavaxas]], [[{{BigBadDuumvirate}} Newtralizer and Lord Dregg]], [[{{KungFuWizard}} Jei]], and an [[{{Recap/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012S5E10LoneRatAndCubs}} origins episode featuring the Kraang]]..

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** Season Five has a series of arc villains, {{Arc Villain}}s, such as [[{{DragonsAreDemonic}} Kavaxas]], [[{{BigBadDuumvirate}} Newtralizer and Lord Dregg]], [[{{KungFuWizard}} Jei]], and the [[{{GreaterScopeVillain}} Kraang]][[note]]In [[{{OriginsEpisode}} an [[{{Recap/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012S5E10LoneRatAndCubs}} origins episode featuring episode]][[/note]], [[{{EvilSorcerer}} Savanti Romero]][[note]]with [[{{Dracula}} Count Dracula]] and [[{{MadScientist}} Victor Frankenstein]] serving as the Kraang]]..more prominent threats[[/note]], and the [[{{WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987}} 80's version of Shredder & Krang]].
4th Sep '17 6:58:41 PM Peteman
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** It's actually subverted many times throughout the show. They often lose their first few battles with certain higher-ranked enemies. And it's averted HARD with [[DarkestHour the season 2 and 3 finales]].

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** It's actually subverted many times throughout the show. They often lose their first few battles with certain higher-ranked enemies. And it's averted HARD with [[DarkestHour the season 2 and 3 finales]].



** Averted HARD with the Triceratons and most of season 4, as the advanced technology of space as well as the ProudWarriorRaceGuy mentality of many races leads to the turtles and their allies getting their butts kicked on a constant basis.

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** Averted HARD with the Triceratons and most of season 4, as the advanced technology of space as well as the ProudWarriorRaceGuy mentality of many races leads to the turtles and their allies getting their butts kicked on a constant basis.
29th Aug '17 1:17:21 PM The10thGeek
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** In the first half of the fourth season, [[spoiler:after the destruction of Earth and the massacre of the ''entire'' cast including Shredder and the Kraang, Captain Mozar and Lord Dregg occupy this role]], while the second half focuses back on the [[spoiler:Shredder's feud]] with the turtles.

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** In the first half of the fourth season, [[spoiler:after the destruction of Earth and the massacre of the ''entire'' cast including Shredder and the Kraang, Captain Mozar and Lord Dregg occupy this role]], while the second half puts all focuses back on the [[spoiler:Shredder's feud]] with the turtles.turtles.
** Season Five has a series of arc villains, such as [[{{DragonsAreDemonic}} Kavaxas]], [[{{BigBadDuumvirate}} Newtralizer and Lord Dregg]], [[{{KungFuWizard}} Jei]], and an [[{{Recap/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012S5E10LoneRatAndCubs}} origins episode featuring the Kraang]]..
29th Aug '17 8:52:41 AM The10thGeek
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* BigBad: The Shredder.
* BigBadEnsemble: Currently Shredder has to share the spotlight with The Kraang, who are much more TheHeavy at this point in the series.
** The Kraang receive much more focus in the first season and are much more dangerous than the Shredder, Foot Clan or any other villain. Not to mention that they are directly or indirectly responsible for almost everything that happens in the series, making them primary antagonists of the first season, perhaps the entire series, while the Shredder is secondary BigBad.
** The Rat King's threat level, recurring appearances, and global ambitions warrant him a mention as well.
** In the fourth season, [[spoiler: after the destruction of Earth and the massacre of the ''entire'' cast including Shredder and the Kraang, Captain Mozar and Lord Dregg occupy this role.]]

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* BigBad: The Shredder.
* BigBadEnsemble: Currently Shredder has to share the spotlight with The Kraang, who are much more TheHeavy at this point in the series.
** The
series, though the Kraang receive much more focus in the first season and are much more dangerous than the Shredder, Foot Clan or any other villain. Not villain, not to mention that they are directly or indirectly responsible for almost everything that happens in the series, making them primary antagonists of the first season, perhaps the entire series, while the Shredder is secondary BigBad.
** The Rat King's threat level, recurring appearances, and global ambitions warrant him a mention as well.
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In the first half of the fourth season, [[spoiler: after [[spoiler:after the destruction of Earth and the massacre of the ''entire'' cast including Shredder and the Kraang, Captain Mozar and Lord Dregg occupy this role.]]role]], while the second half focuses back on the [[spoiler:Shredder's feud]] with the turtles.
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