Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #111

An interesting issue of TMNT out this week from IDW Publishing. This is Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #111.

The Turtles’ new home is infiltrated by Old Hob’s spies! A game of cat and mouse begins as the Turtles begin to question how far they will have to go to protect themselves and the innocent mutants around them.

Written by Sophie Campbell
Art by Jodi Nishijima

This is a story in two parts. In the first part, it has the turtles working together well as a team. Setting traps and capturing spies. I like the way it all pans out and the end piece. Raph’s reaction was to be expected – he works well like this. Michaelangelo on the other hand was well done, you can understand his reaction.

Hob’s reaction was fun too.

Then we are onto the Foot. Hob seems to be regretting his deal here, and you can see why. I like the distention in the ranks, and the reasoning behind it.
I think the Foot are going to be a problem sooner rather than later. I wonder what Shredder will have to say?

This was a good issue, with some interesting emotions going round. The problems of the new mutants with human families continue to be a theme – like in the Jennika book.

You can get Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #111 from IDW Publishing digitally on Amazon/ComiXology

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