There is only one story in this issue, and no Turtles. What we do get is a large number of mutants. not only do we get Man Ray and Sally Pride – looking for the obviously mutant Jersey Devil, but we also get the agents of Null who are looking for him.
This issue combines some good action, with the more deeper character moments between Man Ray and Sally. There is some difference inbetween their memories of being prisoners, as well as Dreadmon too.
The ending is left open, with some chance for the Dreadmon to return in future issues if need be. The action scenes are well done – starting off slow and building up well in pace – the addition of vehicles work well too!
This is another good ‘Universe’ issue which builds up the TMNT world!
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