We’re up to issue #100 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and the TMNT have thier work cut out – here are some of my thoughts on this issue!
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #100
We’re up to issue #100 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and the TMNT have thier work cut out – here are some of my thoughts on this issue!Tom Waltz – Writer
Kevin Eastman – Writer, Variant Cover Artist
Dave Wachter – Artist, Cover Artist
Ed McGuinness – Variant Cover Artist
Johnny Desjardins – Variant Cover Artist
Clayton Crain – Variant Cover Artist
Mateus Santolouco – Variant Cover Artist
Freddie Williams III – Variant Cover Artist
Mike Vasquez – Variant Cover Artist
‘City at War’ concludes and this issue marks the end of an era for th Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. There is a lot happening here – Slash, Bishop, the Turtles, the mutants, the Foot and the gods!
Each character has some time to shine – showing what they are made of and what drives them. That includes the good guys and the bad guys. Bishop really exceeds himself too, with some really telling parts about him. He remains a threat, although, vastly reduced.
There is some sadness too, I’m not giving away what, but for the TMNT and their friends, it will be interesting to see how they move on.
There is the mystical as well as the physical – with fights all over the city, as well as on the spirit plane – really well done. The ending was to be expected, but that doesn’t take anything away from the storytelling and the build up to it!
The art is excellent – showing the fight scenes as well as the excellent mystical elements.
This issue was well worth it and signals a new day for the mutants!
Note – the ending adds something for us!!!