Following the success of GI Joe: Saturday Morning Adventures, IDW has introduced a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comedian bringing that very same 80s cartoon spirit to the TMNT. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Saturday Morning Adventures captures the “radical retro vibe” of the unique TMNT cartoon sequence, in keeping with a press launch. The comedian will likely be written by Erik Burnham with artwork by Tim Lattie and, just like the GI Joe model, will run for 4 points.
The press launch accommodates extra particulars:
Cowabunga, dudes and dudettes! The love for ’80s popular culture by no means fades, and by well-liked demand, IDW is giving followers what they need with the September debut of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Saturday Morning Adventures, a trustworthy new comedian e-book impressed by the traditional cartoon, transport month-to-month and that includes the fan-favorite artistic group of author Erik Burnham and artist Tim Lattie.
In 1987, the world at giant was launched to the TMNT by means of a catchy theme track and action-packed animation. The cartoon’s aesthetic returns in a four-issue miniseries, that includes an all-new set of standalone tales. Whether or not it is the Heroes in a Half Shell getting trapped in a VR simulator, considered one of Normal Krang’s stalwart stone troopers abandoning their submit in pursuit of hair-metal superstardom, or ideas much more awesomely absurd, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Saturday Morning Adventures is 100% assured to thrill followers of all ages.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Saturday Morning Adventures #1 will likely be obtainable with a number of cowl variants for retailers and followers to take pleasure in, every capturing the gnarly nostalgia of the Eighties, together with Cowl A by sequence artist Tim Lattie, Cowl B by beloved TMNT co-creator Kevin Eastman, Cowl C by Tony Gregori, and a Retailer Incentive version additionally by Lattie.
Burnham mentioned the next in regards to the comedian:
I am no stranger to writing the TMNT for IDW, however that is completely different. The model of the Turtles that exploded onto TV screens in 1987 was the model that I first met, and it introduced me lots of pleasure…and attending to play on this specific nook of the sandbox has constructed upon that pleasure! Humor, motion, and loads of excessive ideas had been packed into every episode, and we’re following that path. I am unsure if anybody in comics is having as a lot enjoyable as Tim Lattie and I are with these done-in-one tales!
And Lattie added:
Rising up within the late ’80s, nothing was just like the expertise of discovering TMNT: taking part in with the toys, watching the present, or ready in a crowd with the hopes of getting an opportunity to attempt your luck on the arcade recreation. It is uncommon sufficient in life to have the ability to do what you’re keen on for work, however to work on one thing you grew up loving is tough to grasp. What else is there to say… Go ninja, go ninja, go!
GI Joe: Saturday Morning Adventures is so good it has been an absolute disgrace that IDW waited till they’ve misplaced the GI Joe license to start out making it. Hopefully, this would possibly not be the final TMNT one. And it comes at an ideal time, with TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge hitting consoles lately, so should you want a dose of retro Turtles earlier than this comedian hits shops in September, you may’t go improper by taking part in that.