Cowabunga Corner #102: Interview Mark Ginther

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The Shape of a Turtle Chapter 21

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Part 21

The Shape of a Turtle Chapter 17

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Part 17

Once I catch up with Raphael and Ninjara, there’s only one thing left on my mind. Master Splinter. Where is he? Is he really dead?

The Shape of a Turtle Chapter 14

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I’ve lost my hope of being free. It’s my fault.  I told the Shapers to save me, but as they said they are not god. I go down into tears, they have broken me.

Terror grabs my arm, "Now it's time to go to hell."

The Shape of a Turtle Chapter 13

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I hold my blades over Shredder, feeling as if I could bring them right down into him. But in my mind, I know I don't want to do this.  I want to fight back the urges of the blades.  But I loose, bringing my blades down hard at Shredder.

The Shape of a Turtle Chapter 12

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I lay in bed, my body full of pain. I can't stand it, but I don't let myself cry out. To let them hear my cry would telling them that I’m breaking, letting them win.

Review: IDW TMNT Classics Vol. 2

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Classics Volume 2 has come out.  This is a mix of stories of Mirage Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles stories.  In Volume 1, we had one issue plus a bunch of stories that could be found in other books, but together could be found in Shell Shock.  Now Volume 2 has come out, as they are focusing straight on Mirage issues right now.  Exciting to see in color, though still wishing these were all going into the awesome books that are the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Ultimate Collection.

"The Shape of a Turtle" Chapter 8

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Part 8

Movie Review: Ted

Over the years cartoons got known to be something for children or family entertainment.  Though some shows have rocked that boat to remind people that animation is for people of all ages including adults.  Shows like “The Simpsons”, “Family Guy” and “South Park” have got people a bit more wary of thinking that every cartoon is for kids.  Though when you see a soft fluffy teddy bear being animated on the big screen, it’s hard to think it’s not for children.  Which leads us to a new movie coming to theaters this week, “Ted”.

Movie Review: Safety Not Guaranteed

Tom Lokhorst is a veritable cornucopia of useless trivia information, a pop culture junkie, a time-traveler, and self-proclaimed movie nerd. When he’s not watching “Dr. Who”, he also writes movie reviews for

"Wanted: Somebody to go back in time with me. This is not a joke. You'll get paid after we get back. Must bring your own weapons. I have only done this once before. Safety not guaranteed."