5 thoughts on “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vol. 3

  1. April O’neil finally meets the 4 Turtles who were in the laboratory where she works.
    Now that they are together they shift their focus on finding Master Splinter whom was kidnapped by Hob.

    When they arrive at Stock gen Laboratories they see that the place is trashed and that Hob has been knocked out and that Master Splinter is gone. Leonardo questions one of the guys who works there and he tells them that “the others” took Splinter.

    Since the Turtles lost their home they are forced to stay with Ap

  2. The series is still doing very well. Nothing too surprising or groundbreaking here, but it’s still very enjoyable. The writing is solid enough, but it does go around in circles a little. There’s definitely some instances of being written into a corner without using some sort of deus ex. I am really enjoying this origin story, though. I don’t know how original it is, but there’s a lot I’d never heard before.

    I’m also a fan of the long game the writers are playing here. There are a couple of event

  3. I love the reboot of TMNT ever since Nick’s acquisition (especially the show) and this comic series doesn’t disappoint.

    It’s interesting to see a new storyline taking place with old characters, especially with the idea of reincarnation. It seemed farfetched at first, but then again I’m reading a comic about mutant turtles with feudal Japanese combat training. So there.

    The final fight with the Shredder was a great way to introduce him, though I’m always wishing the Shredder will give the turtles q

  4. Volume 3: Shredder! The art style is growing on me, probably because the story is so good. Though its a fast read, it feels reminiscent of watching TMNT back as a kid. Take a bit of that nostalgia, mix in a bit more darkness and you get this strong showing of the future of the Turtles.
    Upcoming must be Krang soon….. I’ll definitely keep reading.
    High recommend!

  5. Splinter is gone, and the Turtles are off to get him back – with help from both old and new human allies, and this series continues to amuse me. 🙂

    Also, I am doing my best to keep from making an “enter the dragon” joke in this review, but my will power may not last.

    Familiar groups continue to converge, and I’m continually surprised it doesn’t feel more forced. This time, we get Angel and the Purple Dragons, who aren’t that happy about the Turtles being on their turf but aren’t any more cool wit

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