IDW and Paramount team up to bring new comics of these beloved heroes

To the Ninja Turtles They are perhaps the most famous heroic group outside the Marvel and DC Comics universes.

The four brothers with names inspired by Renaissance artists have been on children’s minds since the 80s, having produced several games, magazines and a series of merchandising products.

Created by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird, the group first appeared in 1984 in the magazine ‘Teenage Mutant Turtles #1’, published by Mirage Comics.

Subsequently, due to their sales success, the four shelled ninjas ended up on television and cinema screens, featuring in several films and animations.

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will have new stories

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles with the addition of a new member – Image: IDW Publishing/Reproduction

IDW Publishing recently revealed that a licensing agreement with Paramount was effectively renewed, and as a result, the quartet’s comics will be able to continue being published.

Remembering that this publisher has been the official home of the franchise since 2011, when it acquired the rights.

Furthermore, the Ninja Turtles They are almost forty years old in comics.

As these reptiles are capable of living hundreds of years in the real world, we can expect a lot from these unconventional warriors.

The new plot will be set ten years after the defeat of the Foot Clan, the group’s main enemies.

In ‘Teenage Mutant Turtles: The Last Ronin II – Re-Evolution’ New York City will be plunged into chaos and a new generation of heroes must rise to defend the metropolis from enemies.

The first edition of the comic should be released in the USA on February 28th of this year (2024), however, there is still no date for this to happen in Brazil.

For now, all that remains is for fans of the toughest hulks in the sewers to follow one of Master Splinter’s tips and wait, patiently, for things to unfold.

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