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The scanned pages don't usually fit together, they're just some I liked. You can also click on some of the pages for a larger image.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie

Channel 3 news reporter, April O'Neil, heads out to her van one night, only to find thugs raiding it, and stealing all they can find, and then they see her. It was all part of the mysterious robberies, muggings, and pickpocketing that had practically taken over the city of New York. People who were lucky enough to have seen the robbers only saw glimpses of teenagers, and then they were gone. April screams for help, and gets it. The street lamp goes out, and when the police arrive, the thugs are all tied up. April sees a dagger-type weapon, and puts it in her bag. April reports what she knows about the muggings, and she thinks it's connected to a evil band of ninja thieves called The Foot. A man in ninja armor watches her report from his hideout. He wants her silenced. Later, some ninjas give her a message to shut her mouth, and knock her unconscious in the subway. A masked hero in a trenchcoat appears, trashes the bad guys, and saves her. She is carried deep into the sewers until she wakes up. When she finally does wake up she is terrified at what she sees. A giant rat and four walking, talking turtles?! She soon finds out that the rat, Splinter, and his students, Leonardo, Michaelangelo, Donatello, and Raphael were transformed into mutants when they had touched some radioactive mutagen that had fallen into the sewers 15 years before. Splinter had been a pet of a master ninja, Hamoto Yoshi, who had been killed by his enemy, Oroku Saki. Splinter had taught the turtles the art as soon as they were old enough to learn. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles walk April back to her apartment, but when they arrive home, Splinter is gone. Will the Turtles and April ever find Splinter and figure out who is leading the band of ninja thieves who are terrorizing the city?

 

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze

The Turtles find out about their origins when a chemical company, TGRI, tries to cover up some chemicals they had buried 15 years before. April interviews them, and one of April's new cameramen, Freddy, sneaks off and sees a huge dandelion growing in the waste area. He picks one of them and takes it with him. Watching April's report about TGRI, Splinter realizes that TGRI is the company that created the ooze that mutated himself and the Turtles. Splinter tells them about it, and the Turtles go to the TGRI headquarters to check things out. Splinter says that if the ooze that mutated them wasn't unique, then the city would be in peril. Unfortunately, Freddy, one of Shredder's spies, shows the dandelion to Shredder, who also has plans to go to the TGRI headquarters. He figures if there is any more ooze, he can use it as a great weapon against his enemies. Namely, the Turtles. The Foot makes it to TGRI first, kidnapping one of the professors and taking the last container of ooze. When the Turtles arrive, they try to get the ooze, but the Foot manage to get away. Shredder takes the ooze and make his own mutants, Tokka and Rahzar. Raphael is impatient, and tries to sneak into the new Foot headquarters instead of waiting for his brothers. Raphael is taken prisoner and used for bait for the Turtles. Will the Turtles be able to save Raphael and the TGRI professor? And what about Tokka and Rahzar? Can the Turtles escape with their lives?

 

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III

Japan, 1593... Young Kenshin escapes from the castle, again. He is taken back by his father's honor guards and faces his father. Their province is in the middle of a civil war, and a trader is trying to get Lord Norinaga, Kenshin's father, to buy guns and cannons. Kenshin stomps off, and heads to the palace church. Kenshin picks up an old scepter, and it starts glowing.
New York, present day... The Turtles are doing their daily routines when April drops by with some gifts. When a old Japanese antique, a "Japanese Egg Timer", she bought for Splinter starts glowing... she knows she's in trouble. Suddenly April finds herself in Lord Norinaga's castle, and freaks out. Meanwhile, Kenshin finds himself with the Turtles, and is convinced they're Kappa, mythical Japanese creatures. The Turtles finally figure out that the scepter is a time machine, and that April is somewhere in Kenshin's time. The Turtles get ready for a rescue mission. Casey Jones is appointed to watch over Kenshin and Splinter, and the Turtles suddenly find themselves in the middle of a battle. That would be fine, if turtles knew how to ride horses. They promptly lose the scepter, and Mikey. Michaelangelo is riding his horse backwards through some woods when he gets conked on the head. Will the Turtles and April ever return to their own time?

 

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The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles © 2001 Mirage Studios unless otherwise noted. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles®, including Raphael®, Michaelangelo®, Leonardo®, Donatello®, Shredder®, Splinter®, and April O'Neil® are registered trademarks of Mirage Studios USA. Based on characters and comic books created by Peter A. Laird and Kevin B. Eastman.