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LATEST UPDATE: MAY 11
"NEW YORK--(ENTERTAINMENT WIRE)--May 7, 2002-- 4Kids Entertainment, Inc. (NYSE: KDE - news) and Mirage Licensing, Inc., the holder of the rights to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, announced today that 4Kids will produce twenty-six (26) episodes of a new animated Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles television series. The new Ninja Turtles series is scheduled to premiere in the first quarter of 2003 on the Fox Saturday Morning Block programmed by 4Kids. In addition to producing the television series, 4Kids will also serve as the exclusive merchandise licensing agent for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles property worldwide."
There you have it! The cartoon will air on the Fox Saturday Morning block, which is good for alot of fans, since more have FOX than the WB channel. And there's more. A new line of action figures are on the way, to be released around when the cartoon comes out. And if you can stand any more good news, the Turtles don't seem to have lost any of their humor or character. Their new catch phrase is "SBKNA"-- which stands for "Serious Butt-Kicking Ninja Action". So everyone's pretty confident that the head writer (Lloyd Goldfine) knows his stuff.
I'm going to be out of town next weekend, so this is kind of a double update. I've written three reviews for the Monthly Archie page, "Something Fishy Goes Down", "Of Turtles and Stones and Mary Bones", and "Of Turtles and Stones and Mary Bones, Part II".
This site will updated often, so check back soon!
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