Two tidbits from TMNT Ultimate Visual History that made me sad
Chapter Fifteen, Family Matters (2007 movie related)
Mirage was pleased with Munroe’s work , and he was scheduled to write a sequel, with an option to direct. The return of the Shredder, as hinted by Karai’s dialogue in TMNT, was one possible plot element, and Munroe and Tom Tanaka, his assistant director, developed a story involving Michelangelo growing up, an adventure in Japan with the Foot Clan and a lead-in to a third movies, based on the TMNT comic book’s “City at War” storyline. This sequel did not come to pass, however, and it would be another seven years before the Turtles would star in another theatrical release.
and, Chapter Sixteen, Turtles Forever
Although the cancellation of the 4Kids incarnation of the Turtles wasn’t a big surprise to Lloyd Goldfine, he still had more stories to tell with the Turtles. “There were ideas and outlines for several more seasons of Turtles,” he says. “We weren’t done with the characters yet. But the plug got pulled. We had a good run. And if we had to go out, we had to go out with a bang: “Turtles Forever”.
Most to Least Sarcastic
If you can’t handle me randomly blurting out song lyrics that relate to what you just said, we can’t be friends
why can’t we be friends why can’t we be frieeeendds
"Meet me at the bar. I’m buying."
real birds tweet on twitter
I don’t know why I’m laughing so hard at this :’)
I found a screenshot that sums up Sam and Max.
Yup. That… that sounds about right.