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Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-09-27 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:1631409093
LANGUAGE:English

" Una gran combinación.Este es el comic que más dicha me ha traído en mucho mucho tiempo. " said.

" Super cute collision of my childhood favs. The humor is great and they make tons of characters fit the story. " said.

" This was a lot of fun! True to it's characters, love that it's the animation of the 1990s Batman Animated Series but of the 2010s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.Geeky, great for kids and those adults who are fans of either series mentioned above. Spoiler:Love that April and Batgirl fight some bad guys together and that Poison Ivy was in it as well. " said.

" This was even better than the previous crossover. beautiful and colorful artwork that perfectly recreates the styles of Batman TAS and the Nickelodeon computer animated tmnt series. the characters are all written true to their on screen counter parts. bonus points for the epilogue using the redesigned art style from the last season of TAS. Highly recommended to any one who is a fan of either of these tv shows at any age. Could be equally enjoyed by a 7 year old and a 30 year old. " said.

" este es un cómic sencillísimo --es una aventura interdimensional, el viejo pretexto para unir universos-- pero muy, muy divertido, muy bien escrito y dibujado, con un chorro de homenajes a la serie noventera animada de batman y con una finura absoluta a la hora de escribir a los personajes --donatello y su crush batgirl, por ejemplo--. un exploit nostálgico, uno más, pero uno bien hechecito, cariñoso, cálido. " said.

" Great mesh of old school versions of these characters. There are so many references for fans, that you may have to read it twice to find them all. Lots of fun, lots of cartoon action, and great interactions between characters from these two universes, especially Nightwing and Michaelangelo. My only gripe is that these turtles were more like the new, Nickelodeon ones than the ones from the 80s, though Batman and his crew were straight out of the 90s cartoon. Recommended for fans. " said.

"Despite being twenty years apart, these two universes click instantly. It's surprisingly, but it shouldn't be. Leonardo and Batman get to brood, Donatello and Batgirl flirt, Mikey and Robin hang out.... in fact everyone gets something to do. It's almost like these two worlds were made to meet.

As a kid of the 90's, I grew up with a very different set of Ninja Turtles, but I really like this modern incarnation. They're less goofy, but still fun.

This book had a lot of laugh out loud moments for me, which I wasn't expecting. For some reason Michaelangelo screaming "A kid dressed in red!" is hilarious to me.

The art style is reminiscent of both TAS and TMNT, but it has its own spin.

A must read for a fan of either universe.
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" Largely an Animated Series version of the previous crossover, but more fun, and with Manning catching perfectly the speech and personalities of all characters, and Sommariva matching with body language and expressions, it's hard not to read this and hear all the animated character voices in your head.(Read as single issues.) " said.

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