Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Ultimate Collection, Vol. 4

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles The Ultimate Collection Vol Volume of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Ultimate Collection brings the start of a major Turtles storyline City at War Starting with the two part Shades of Gray get ready as Eastman and Laird str

  • Title: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Ultimate Collection, Vol. 4
  • Author: Kevin Eastman Peter Laird Jim Lawson
  • ISBN: 9781613774960
  • Page: 219
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Ultimate Collection, Vol. 4

    Volume 4 of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Ultimate Collection brings the start of a major Turtles storyline City at War Starting with the two part Shades of Gray, get ready as Eastman and Laird strap themselves down and get back to making those TMNTs as the multi part City at War explodes onto the comics page

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    One thought on “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Ultimate Collection, Vol. 4

    1. Keith

      The thing that you might not remember about old Ninja Turtles comics is that they're actually really melancholy and pensive and sad. And while City at War (which starts here and carries through Vol 5) is neither the best nor the saddest TMNT story, there's something admirable in the way it attempts epic tragedy, and how it chooses to (sort of) find peace for its characters.The turtles and Splinter don't actually ever really find peace. Maybe it's because they never really find a place where they [...]

    2. Critley King

      I have been slowly working my way through the TMNT Ultimate Collection. While this hasn't been the strongest installment, it was a solid contribution. I do appreciate the re-introduction of the Foot Clan, and I was particularly surprised by Casey's story development 馃. However, I didn't enjoy April's story arc this time around.

    3. Clint

      Really GoodI think I've finally figured out why despite the weirdness, silliness, and inconsistent storytelling, I still like the Turtles so much. This collection perfectly illustrates it too.I like the randomness and unpredictability of the stories. I really like the art. Those clean black and white lines are very easy on the eyes. I also like how the comics are often adult themed. This collection marks the first time I've seen a real long term comic storyline, with "City at War". It doesn't ma [...]

    4. Patrice

      Well, wow. After the last book skipped issues 13 and 18, I figured there'd be some missing, but wow. The last book ended on issue 22. This book picks up on issue 48. The art style, while still amazing, is completely different. I'm sorry I missed the chance to see how it evolved in this direction. Plotwise, I do think that this is not as much of a jump as it seems. This book, initiates the City at War story arc, which had originally been intended to follow up the Return to New York story arc, but [...]

    5. Bookstorequeer

      As with any collection, there are going to be parts you love and parts you don't. The good thing about this volume of the TMNT is that there's an overarching story that we're building towards. The character development in these issues alone (especially for Casey) is extraordinary.I'm looking forward to where this goes from here.Also, an interesting note about the art style - every other issue has the half-tones that I've come to know the Turtles for. I like these issues best because I find the l [...]

    6. B

      The Turtles do a good job showing confusion and anger. The authors do a good job of showing multisided chaotic action sequences. But it's not clear where the story is. The Turtles seem almost like a sidenote, like the authors are trying to show the futility of civil war. The Casey story is either not believable or does not show real depth with the characters involved. It's like the authors did not know how to get to step 10 of their story so they started there.

    7. Jon

      Alright, maybe I am exorbitantly emotionally invested in the teenage mutant ninja turtles, but seeing the turtles, Splinter, April, and Casey split up cut me deep. Some of the epic battle sequences in the streets of New York after the City at War story line starts are just amazing. This is some of the coolest art in these comics. A.C. Farley's cover art during this period is also some of the best in TMNT's long history.

    8. Shaun

      The first half of Eastman and Laird's last Ninja Turtles comic story 'City at War.' The material is wonderfully dated and full of late 80s independent comics call outs and strange jargon from those days. It was a lot of fun to go back and see the original comics that have been out of circulation for quite a while now.

    9. BookLady

      Me encantan las Tortugas Ninja!! me traen recuerdos muy gratos y me fascina el trabajo de Kevin Eastman y Peter Laird en los primeros comics. 脡sta obra de arte de colecci贸n contin煤a con la acci贸n y el resurgimiento del Foot Clan despu茅s de la muerte de Shredder varios tomos atr谩s. LLega Karai desde Tokio para retomar el mando de la organizaci贸n del Foot Clan en NY, problemas surgen entre April y Casey Jones y Splinter tiene un encuentro fortuito con el Rat King. Mucha acci贸n y magn铆fica [...]

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