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* It's possible Utrom Shredder is still alive, and is loose in the Mirage universe. He has a habit of coming back from the dead.

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* It's possible Utrom Shredder is still alive, and is loose in the Mirage universe. He has a habit of coming back from the dead. There is nothing stopping him from trying to eradicate the Mirage turtles again.


* Splinter fires a couple of missles at a Purple Dragon mutated into a dog leaving behind some green slime and he was never seen again either as a human or a dog. Splinter '''killed someone'''. It's not surprising since there have been deaths in the 2003 series before, but still...

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* Splinter fires a couple of missles at a Purple Dragon mutated into a dog leaving behind some green slime and he was never seen again either as a human or a dog. Splinter '''killed someone'''. It's not surprising since there have been deaths in the 2003 series before, but still...still...
* It's possible Utrom Shredder is still alive, and is loose in the Mirage universe. He has a habit of coming back from the dead.


* The scene where a giant banana, bowling ball, and leprechaun are chasing April may be ridiculous, but the 1987 turtles dealt with bizarre looking villains in their old show.

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* The scene where a giant banana, bowling ball, and leprechaun are chasing April may be ridiculous, but the 1987 turtles dealt with bizarre looking villains in their old show.


* The giant banana, bowling ball, and leprechaun don't seem out of place in the 1987 universe since they dealt with bizarre looking villains in their old show.

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* The scene where a giant banana, bowling ball, and leprechaun don't seem out of place in are chasing April may be ridiculous, but the 1987 universe since they turtles dealt with bizarre looking villains in their old show.


* The giant bananna, bowling ball, and leprechaun don't seem out of place in the 1987 universe since they dealt with bizarre villains in their old show.

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* The giant bananna, banana, bowling ball, and leprechaun don't seem out of place in the 1987 universe since they dealt with bizarre looking villains in their old show.
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* The giant bananna, bowling ball, and leprechaun don't seem out of place in the 1987 universe since they dealt with bizarre villains in their old show.


* Amidst those listed on that page (and then some more) who had direct interactions with the Turtles, the Franchise/ArchieComics and ''UsagiYojimbo'' crossovers all involved Alternate Universes. Utrom Shredder wasn't trying to destroy the ''entire'' multiverse, but only the segment of it which had versions of the TMNT, who all spawned from TMNT Issue #1. (On the other hand, the ''Series/PowerRangersInSpace'' crossover with the TMNT? Took place in the main ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' universe...)

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* Amidst those listed on that page (and then some more) who had direct interactions with the Turtles, the Franchise/ArchieComics and ''UsagiYojimbo'' ''ComicBook/UsagiYojimbo'' crossovers all involved Alternate Universes. Utrom Shredder wasn't trying to destroy the ''entire'' multiverse, but only the segment of it which had versions of the TMNT, who all spawned from TMNT Issue #1. (On the other hand, the ''Series/PowerRangersInSpace'' crossover with the TMNT? Took place in the main ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' universe...)


* The original Mirage Turtles don't seem to have a specific characterization in this film, seeming to be nothing but [[DarkerAndEdgier Grim and Gritty]] {{Badass}}es, until you hear the Shredder call them "The Prototypical Turtles", it makes sense. The Mirage Turtles we see in this aren't exactly the ones from the comics, but the ones from issue #1, explaining why they all don't have much of a consistent characterization.

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* The original Mirage Turtles don't seem to have a specific characterization in this film, seeming to be nothing but [[DarkerAndEdgier Grim and Gritty]] {{Badass}}es, badasses, until you hear the Shredder call them "The Prototypical Turtles", it makes sense. The Mirage Turtles we see in this aren't exactly the ones from the comics, but the ones from issue #1, explaining why they all don't have much of a consistent characterization.


* Amidst those listed on that page (and then some more) who had direct interactions with the Turtles, the ArchieComics and ''UsagiYojimbo'' crossovers all involved Alternate Universes. Utrom Shredder wasn't trying to destroy the ''entire'' multiverse, but only the segment of it which had versions of the TMNT, who all spawned from TMNT Issue #1. (On the other hand, the ''Series/PowerRangersInSpace'' crossover with the TMNT? Took place in the main ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' universe...)

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* Amidst those listed on that page (and then some more) who had direct interactions with the Turtles, the ArchieComics Franchise/ArchieComics and ''UsagiYojimbo'' crossovers all involved Alternate Universes. Utrom Shredder wasn't trying to destroy the ''entire'' multiverse, but only the segment of it which had versions of the TMNT, who all spawned from TMNT Issue #1. (On the other hand, the ''Series/PowerRangersInSpace'' crossover with the TMNT? Took place in the main ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' universe...)



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***** Chaplin was never seen during ''Back to the Sewer'' and was seen walking away from the Foot Clan with Karai at the end of the 2003 series' fourth season (before ''Fast Forward'' and a year before the events of ''Back to the Sewer''.) It seems like he just left the Foot Clan and never looked back.


* Also, the exaggerated cartoonyness of the '87 world and characters. The original series was always cartoony, but the first seasons were actually fairly serious, only to [[{{Flanderization}} Flanderize]] and become sillier and sillier as they show went on (Though not to the level they were here): But even after the show stopped airing, the universe ''continued to get zanier'', til' they reached the level they were at in the movie.

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* Also, the exaggerated cartoonyness of the '87 world and characters. The original series was always cartoony, but the first seasons were actually fairly serious, only to [[{{Flanderization}} Flanderize]] and become sillier and sillier as they show went on (Though (though not to the level they were here): here). But even after the show stopped airing, the universe ''continued to get zanier'', til' they reached the level they were at in the movie.


* The supposed exaggerated cowardice of the 1987 Turtles is actually FridgeBrilliance. Given their awareness of the fourth wall--they, on various occasions, knew they were in "episodes", and even mentioned that they were the show's title. The '87 Turtles were never afraid where ''they'' came from because they were the main characters of the show, they ''knew'' they would live. Now in ''Turtles Forever'', they were outside of their show and comfort zone- and indeed could really be killed, due to S&P changes and etc.

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* The supposed exaggerated cowardice of the 1987 Turtles is actually FridgeBrilliance. Given their awareness of the fourth wall--they, wall, they on various occasions, occasions knew they were in "episodes", and even mentioned that they were the show's title. The '87 Turtles were never afraid where ''they'' came from because they were the main characters of the show, meaning they ''knew'' they would live. Now in ''Turtles Forever'', they were outside of their show and comfort zone- zone, and indeed could really be killed, due to S&P changes and etc.



** Actually, the original show had at least a few episodes that were more zany than what happened in the movie. The only real notable thing that seemed out-of-character was [[spoiler: the old toon turtles besides Don breaking down after nearly being killed by Utrom Shredder.]]

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** Actually, the original show had at least a few episodes that were more zany than what happened in the movie. The only real notable thing that seemed out-of-character was [[spoiler: the old toon turtles besides Don breaking down after nearly being killed by Utrom Shredder.]]Shredder]].



* If you pay attention to the various characters' color schemes, it's plain to see that [[spoiler: mutant Hun]] is the exact same color as the OT turtles. This makes perfect sense because [[spoiler: ''as he came into contact with the mutagen'']], he was pinning OT Don down to the ground. The fact that [[spoiler: he was in contact with someone who was already a mutant when the mutagen touched him]] may also explain why he wound up looking so drastically different-- spikes and all.
* Why are the 1987 turtles more goofy in this movie than in their show? Well the 1987 show was shown from their prospective - it's obvious they'd see thing more seriously in their world - while the movie is shown from the prospectives of the 2003 turtles - who would find the 1987 enviroment a bit goofy.

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* If you pay attention to the various characters' color schemes, it's plain to see that [[spoiler: mutant Hun]] is the exact same color as the OT turtles. This makes perfect sense because [[spoiler: ''as he came into contact with the mutagen'']], he was pinning OT Don down to the ground. The fact that [[spoiler: he was in contact with someone who was already a mutant when the mutagen touched him]] may also explain why he wound up looking so drastically different-- different, spikes and all.
* Why are the 1987 turtles more goofy in this movie than in their show? Well the 1987 show was shown from their prospective - it's prospective. It's obvious they'd see thing things more seriously in their world - world, while the movie is shown from the prospectives of the 2003 turtles - turtles, who would find the 1987 enviroment a bit goofy.


* The original Mirage Turtles don't seem to have a specific characterization in this film, seeming to be nothing but [[DarkerAndEdgier Grim and Gritty]] {{Bad Ass}}es, until you hear the Shredder call them "The Prototypical Turtles", it makes sense, the Mirage Turtles we see in this aren't exactly the ones from the comics, but the ones from issue #1, explaining why they all don't have much of a consistent characterization.

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* The original Mirage Turtles don't seem to have a specific characterization in this film, seeming to be nothing but [[DarkerAndEdgier Grim and Gritty]] {{Bad Ass}}es, {{Badass}}es, until you hear the Shredder call them "The Prototypical Turtles", it makes sense, the sense. The Mirage Turtles we see in this aren't exactly the ones from the comics, but the ones from issue #1, explaining why they all don't have much of a consistent characterization.

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** Knowing 87 Shredder, the most likely thing he'll activate first is the self-destruct.


* This establishes that if the Ninja Turtles in Turtle Prime die,it will trigger [[ApocalypseHow the destruction of the Ninja Turtles multiverse.]]The Ninja Turtles aren't immortal,and they'll eventually die of age.Think about that...

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* This establishes that if the Ninja Turtles in Turtle Prime die,it die, it will trigger [[ApocalypseHow the destruction of the Ninja Turtles multiverse.]]The ]] The Ninja Turtles aren't immortal,and immortal, and they'll eventually die of age.age. Think about that...

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