Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #119

From IDW Publishing this week is Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #119 as things start to ramp up…

April is on the run after discovering a scheme with dire consequences for Mutant Town. Meanwhile, the Mutanimals take drastic steps that will put them on a collision course with the TMNT!

Sophie Campbell (Author) Nelson Daniel (Artist, Cover Artist)

This is really building up the tension. With Baxter as mayor getting his plans together – and dealing with April, the Mutanimals and more happening in Mutant Town, this is gearing up to be the first big challenge for the TMNT. On top of that, the weasels are getting themselves into trouble. That may be a bad thing. Hob looks like he is losing control, and that may make things worse, or be a saving grace.

I like the appearance of Saki in this issue, it links up nicely with the previous stories and I wonder what his ultimate role will be in this story.

The matches look to have been lit, and the fallout and it going to be massive. The team must get some credit in keeping all the plot points together. The human journalist looks to be an interesting plot point.

The art is excellent, with some interesting crowd scenes, and the rooftop part of the story was well shown.

This continues to be an excellent read.

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