Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Ultimate Collection Volume 4 (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Graphic Novels) Hardcover – 23 Apr 2013
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Kevin Eastman - Born in 1962 in Portland, Maine, Kevin began drawing as soon as he was able to hold a crayon. His discovery of comic books gave meaning to his crazed doodling. When Kevin discovered and studied the work of Jack Kirby, Russ Heath, Richard Corben, Vaughn Bode and John Severin, he began to hone his craft. His first published work appeared in 1980, a year or so before he met Peter Laird. In May 1984, he and Laird published Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1, creating the hit heroes in a half-shell. Eastman co-writes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for IDW and can sometimes be found at the San Diego Comic Art Gallery. Peter Laird is an American comic book writer and artist. He is best known for co-creating the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles with writer and artist Kevin Eastman.
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Not giving away any spoilers but this is probably the greatest TMNT story written and this volume is well worth picking up for any TMNT or comic fan.
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What place do the turtle brothers have in this world? How much are they willing to sacrifice in order to honor their father? What is the cost of revenge? If there is one TMNT story you should read this is it.
Like others have said, the art is missing some of the shading that was in the original single-issue releases, but that's no reason not to jump in if you've never read this story before!
My only issue is the HUGE gap between volumes 3 and 4. I wasn't sure at first, but I noticed that 27 comics are not covered between the two books. There may be a reason behind this jump that the authors intended, but I'm almost disappointed to be skipping that much story in between. Either way, I still love them and look forward to reading the others.
It's a interesting read, looking through the side characters mindset then the main leads (turtles).
I'm keen on purchasing the next volume.
If they ever bring Casey Jones back to the big screen, which probably will happen sooner or later... they should read these issues; "Shades of Grey I & II" and "City at War".
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