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In this totally tubular episode, we return to the 2003 era of the TMNT and discuss:
Radical Relic – The 1990 TMNT Cookie Cutters/TMNT Magazine, Issue 1
April’s Antiquities – The 2007 TMNT Movie Figures
Casey’s Comic Classroom – Volume 4, Issue 6 of the Mirage series (Released October, 2002)
Green Screen – 2003 FoxBox Cartoon, Season One, Episode Seven entitled, “The Way of Invisibility” (Aired March 22nd, 2003)
Another special slice of pizza goes out to Brian for his email about our Radical Relics and Turtle History Segments!
Another slice of pizza goes out to Craig Holland for his totally radical drawing of Donatello for this week’s show! For more, check out his totally tubular artwork page at: https://www.facebook.com/CraigHollandIllustration/?pnref=lhc. Thanks and Cowabunga, dude!
Check out Brian’s bodacious article on TMNT Cereal at: http://www.cluttermagazine.com/news/2016/05/teenage-mutant-ninja-turtles-cereal-comparison
Love Turtle Power: The Definitive History of the TMNT? Be sure to check out all things Turtle Power Vol. 2 at: https://www.facebook.com/turtlepower2/?fref=ts and follow them on Twitter @turtlepower2!
Have any questions or comments about today’s show or the TMNT in general? Grab your shell phone and call our new Turtle Flakes Turtle Comm Hotline at (865) 309-4875, and we’ll be sure to share your message on our show! We want to hear from you, dudes and dudettes!
Here’s a link to the new fan-made TMNT film project entitled “Blood Brothers”: https://www.facebook.com/NinjaTurtlesBloodBrothers/
Here’s a link to the totally tubular TMNT Museum site for toy collectors: http://www.tmnttoys.com/
Here’s the link for Booyakashow, a radical new show dedicated to the Nickelodeon TMNT series: http://booyakashow.com/
Here’s a link to Steve Lavigne’s TMNT comic shop called Shellback Artworks:
Here is the link to Beejay’s Oodles of Doodles TMNT fan art site: https://www.facebook.com/Oodles-of-Doodles-LLC-221950831157606/?fref=ts
Be sure to check out Josh’s TMNT fan fiction series called “A Day in the Life” in its entirety at: http://bargainbinradio.com/?p=770 and his follow up series called “Punishment” at: http://bargainbinradio.com/?p=798.
Check out our friend Mark’s chronology of the following TMNT comic series:
Check out our friends at Enjoy the Ride, as they have just released their TMNT album entitled “Let’s Kick Shell” in vinyl and mp3! The vinyl can be found here at: http://enjoytheride.storenvy.com/products/15784164-teenage-mutant-ninja-turtles-lets-kick-shell-tribute-7 and the mp3 on iTunes at:https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/lets-kick-shell!-ep/id1044277990
“Technodrome 1: Let’s Kick Shell,” “Sewer Surfin’,” and “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Cartoon Closing Credits (1987)” covered by Enjoy the Tunes Records TMNT album entitled “Let’s Kick Shell”
“TMNT Cartoon Theme” Performed by Daniel Tidwell. Check out his Facebook page and brand new album called Daniel Tidwell VS Video Games III at:www.facebook.com/danieltidwellofficial.
“9.95” by Spunkadellic and “T.U.R.T.L.E. Power” by Partners in Kryme:https://www.facebook.com/partners.in.kryme?fref=ts
Blooper Reel Music from “We Wish You a Turtles Christmas”
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