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Kevin Eastman Bio Born in Portland, Maine in 1962 Kevin Eastman began drawing at a very young age copying children’s books and reading comics. Inspired by master storyteller Jack Kirby, and later by self publishing creators Richard Corben, Vaughn Bode, and Dave Sim, all of his early work focused more on Science Fiction influences than traditional Superhero style comics. In 1982, he met Peter Laird in Northampton, Massachusetts and the partnership studio; Mirage Studios was formed. Less than a year later in the middle of a late night jam session, Eastman doodled a new character he dubbed a “Ninja Turtle” to make Laird laugh—several sketches a final drawing of four characters later “Eastman and Laird’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” had officially entered the universe! Self published in May of 1984 the first issue sold out of its 3000 copies. Catching the eye of Merchandising Agents and Hollywood Producers, Eastman and Laird maintained full control of their creations while guiding them through Toy Licensing, TV Series adaptation, as well as Feature Film exploitation. Eastman found time to establish the “Words and Pictures Museum of Cartoon Art”, created an artist friendly publishing company, “Tundra Publishing” where projects like “The Crow” “From Hell” and “American Splendor” first flourished, as well as purchased world renowned “Heavy Metal Magazine.” He recently partnered with Writer, Director; Producer Robert Rodriguez to develop a new series of Heavy Metal inspired Animated and Live Action films. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
An archive interview with William Fichtner, who stars alongside Megan Fox and Will Arnett in this summer's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie
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Mr. Eddie and Emperor Big D are back once again for another exciting edition of your favorite nostalgia video game show - Pixels & Bits. On this edition, we take a trek back to the late 80s and kick off Turtle Week in the Superfriends Universe with style as we review the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Video Game Trilogy for the NES from Konami. We'll talk the first three games, pros, cons, and everything in between from the fab four. Support us over on SuperfriendsUniverse.com (and sign up for our
Cloverleaf Radio's hosts The Host with The Most Jimmy Falcon, Gorgoue Ladies of Wrestling's Gremlina and Koriander Ake Welcome Legendary Voiceover Actor Pat Fraley! Pat has voiced numerous characters in film and TV, including Krang on the Original Teenage Mutant Ninaja Turtles, Buzz Lightyear in the Toy Story game and appeared in Toy Story II, and his work in Talespin, among others! Don't miss it!
what can we say about the teenage mutant ninja turtles. they been around for awhile now from comic books from the far east to here in america. then in the late 80's early 90's jim henson wanted bring the four brothers to the big screen in a live action movie that made alot money then they made two more before jim henson die. then in 2007 they made a cartoon movie of the turtles which where it pick up where the third one left off. but that one was a flop. the turtles have been around for awhile and never die. they are name after famous artist leo the leader of the group.raph the hot head of the group mikey the party one and there don the brains of the group. plus they have a little help with a news repoter name april o neil and casey jones. but u can't forget there master teacher splinter. but there arch enemy is the shedder. who been trying to take down the turtles. and always fail. cause the turtles finally took him down. i love the old 80's cartoon shows and what i didn't like when they brought the turtles on power ranger show. they had a female turtle that join the group um when was there a female turtle. now mr bay wants reboot the movies but have them be aliens from outer space. um no they the turtles where from a pet store and fell into new york sewars and splinter found them walking around in ooze. next day they grew in larger size and so did splinter. and he taught art of ninja. to me the turtles i grew up with the one from 80's and first three live action movies. not the 2007 movie cause that one suck to me that wasn't a turtle movie. it was just a rip off. that didn't work cause they didn't take there time making it. but it was mako last movie he did before he die. and he be sadly miss. but i want the old turtles back on the big screen the ones we had from the late 80's early 90's those turtles i want back for today kids.
back in the 90's jim henson was on something when he did the teenage mutant ninja turtles live action movie. it was a classic and a hit plus it follow the cartoons. then came 2 and 3. which i thought were good but when they did the cartoon movie tmnt that one suck but they had a true legend play the voice of splitner mako. now this summer they are making a come back and micheal bay wants redo the turtles like he redoing transformers. he go megan fox as april o neil bad pick and in this movie we don't know the back ground on how they become teenage mutant ninja turtles. it like they went different way with this story instead following the comics.cartoons and old 90's movies. my question to bay is why redo this i know the money so call in and give us your thoughts on the movies of the ninja turtles and the new one.
Memorial Day Weekend, the un-official start of summer and the time where you get drunk with your family and hash out your opinions on just about everything. So, who better to bring into the studio, live, than Patrick and Zack!
We've had these brothers on seperate shows (Patrick ep.20 and Zack ep.11), but never at the same time, so this'll be a blast, for sure! We're talkin, about Godzilla, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Dawn of the Dead (Zombies) and whatever the hell we feel like talkin' about.
So, grab a cold one and join us!
We've got another great episode of That's What He Said! This week, Lou and Freddy have some new details on DC's upcoming movies, news on the Major League Gaming Championships, and an update on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film. Plus, we've got news on who's taking over the directing reins on Star Wars Episodes VIII and IX, some Saved By The Bell drama, surprising new characters on the next season of Once Upon a Time, rumors of a new Hulk movie and much more! Join us live at 8pm and give us a call at 323-693-3811! Check us out at TWHSMedia.com after the show for a recap with videos and pics from some today's topics!
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The Average White Guys Gary and Nate discuss the sequel (actually the 7th sequel to the original Muppet Movie) to Disney's The Muppets, Muppets Most Wanted. Were we justified in our cameo concerns? Do they uphold the legacy of the Muppets?
We also discuss our first look at the Michael Bay produced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and the full trailer for X-men: Days of Future Past.
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