IDW Announces Bebop And Rocksteady Destroy Everything Miniseries

IDW Announces Bebop And Rocksteady Destroy Everything Miniseries

IDW Publishing has announced via AV Club, that the Shredder’s mutant henchmen Bebop and Rocksteady will be headlining their very own five-part weekly miniseries. The miniseries titled Bebop & Rocksteady Destroy Everything will be written by Dustin Weaver and Ben Bates. Bates will do the art for the first issue while each subsequent issue will have a different artist attached to it. Issue #2 will be drawn by Sophie Campbell and Giannis Milonogiannis, #3 by Damian Couceiro,…

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REVIEW: “TMNT: Turtles in Time #3” Avast Ye Scurvy Dogs

REVIEW: “TMNT: Turtles in Time #3” Avast Ye Scurvy Dogs

Written by: Erik Burnham Art by: Ben Bates $3.99 Published by: IDW Publishing After brief trips to a prehistoric jungle and feudal Japan, the turtles are back and this time they find themselves on a pirate ship for some adventure on the high seas. This series has a whole lot of heart. There is a deeper message hidden here just like all of the good Saturday morning cartoons, but this story is first and foremost…

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ADVANCE REVIEW: “TMNT Villains Microseries #7: Bebop & Rocksteady”

ADVANCE REVIEW: “TMNT Villains Microseries #7: Bebop & Rocksteady”

IDW Comics Releases October 30, 2013 32 pages • $3.99 Other than Shredder, Bebop and Rocksteady are easily the fan favorite villains of the entire TMNT universe. From the animated show to a multitude of comics, there’s no shortage of quality stories involving the two of them. Ben Bates (Mega Man) and Dustin Weaver (Infinity, Avengers) were given the tricky task of rebooting the origins of Bebop and Rocksteady for the Foot Clan saga, and…

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“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #18”

“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #18”

Talk about being dumped right into the action! Right from page one we have the Turtles in the middle of a battlefield on the world of Neutrino. And the action really doesn’t stop there save for a few moments flashing back to earth. I was surprised that this was a regular sized issue when I finished reading it. There was a lot of exposition and action that felt like the story was thrown into high…

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