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Gilgameshkun

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  • HERE I AM!!

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  • Hello Gilgameshkun, I think you are a knowledgeable TMNT fan. I wanna ask you a question. It's about TMNT's Strength. Do you think one of ninja turtles example:Raphael, can lift 700 Ib ? Because I think Raphael should can lift 700 Ib. To me, most of comic characters can lift 700 Ib so Raphael should can lift 700 Ib too. You can answer any versions of ninja turtles. TV Series, Comics it doesn't matter. Thank you in advance.

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  • Could you send the Turtle and Splinter photos from 2003 (File:Profile leonardo.gif, File:135535-185353-raphael.gif, Hvj.png, File:137550-88668-donatello.gif and File:Master Splinter.gif) in the Heroes Wiki (hero.wikia.com)? Just asking you a favor. Sorry. 😐

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  • Have you seen the shorts "Don  vs. Raph", "Turtles Take Time (and Space)", and "Pizza Friday"? If you haven't, here are the links:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQNZcBTOgt8

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jOuSCfJgpd8

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VGACrpNOjtk

    Seems like TTT (aS) is the most popular.

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  • Yo I was looking at your profile, and I saw that warning logo saying "Hey Kid You're A Long Way From Nicktoons!" which is hilarious, but its true TMNT at first was meant for adults, and is even still written that way with the IDW comics! The only reason why the shows compared to the comics are so child friendly (this is the same for the '87 show and Eastman HAS SAID THIS HIMSELF), When Eastman and Liard was approched by a TV Producer in the 1980's ('86 I think I don't remember the ACCTUAL date they where approched to pardon my estimation if its wrong!) and when Eastman and Liard accepted the offer for a show they know going into it that they would have FULL CONTROL as they owned the Copyright to the TMNT at the time! Besides the TV Producer wanting them to target a younger audience with the show Easman and Liard agreed and began working on the show and even added stuff like colored bandanas! So even though you think the shows do not follow that template that Mirage has set, but they have their own template Mirage started in the '80s with the original cartoon when they owned the copyright! Plus when Viacom bought the copyright in 2009 (this year I know at the back of my head!) they knew there where MUCH older shellheads in the fandom so when the 2012 show started they wanted to make everything "As Cannon As Possible" to please the older shellheads while also brinning in a younger audience to the Turtle Franchise! Even when the 2012 show meets its demise after the 5th season (Like it was planned to since they started the series!) Viacom/Nickelodeon PROMICED a relaunch in 2018 basicly just to please both the young and older members of the turtle fandom, as many younger and older turtle fans loved the 2012 series! We don't know what Viacom/Nickelodeon plans to do with the 2018 series, but chances are they are still going to keep it "As Cannon As Possible" to the Mirage Comic like they did with the 2012 show! They also utilized many elements from all the previous turtle universes in the 2012 show to please the turtle community, young and old!

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    • That is...probably more complicated than my informal understanding of the situation. I've read a few Ask PL posts on his TMNT blog. I think he also may have left some editorial notes in Tales of the TMNT towards the end of its publication run, but I can't remember for sure. (Those wouldn't necessarily appear in IDW reprints since those don't include the original editorial notes—just in Mirage first-run printings of Tales.) And I don't know much of Kevin Eastman's motives.

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    • Its just interesting that one creator can decide to sell everything and leave while the other is still enjoying working with the franchise. I am still skimming through PL Blogs to see if maybe I could find an answer on why he decided to sell in the first place. Maybe if I see something on Kevins blog about asking him questions maybe I will ask why he decided to stay and Peter leave the franchise. It could be possible that Peter and Kevin got bored at that time and just decided to sell out of spite, but yet I get another feeling saying maybe Liard wanted to sell, but Eastman did not. It could also be possible that they just told all the stories they wanted to under the TMNT name, and sold cause maybe they felt somebody else could tell a much bigger & better story. I will continue searching both Peter's and Kevin's blog(s) and let you know if I find something that tells us why they sold, cause I am really curious to know why now!

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  • I need your help, i deleted the list of episodes of the 2012 tmnt series, when i meant to delete a different spam page. I need your help, ive tried to restore/undelete it, but it wont let me, some kind of permission error. Too make matters worse my laptop is busted so im stuck on my terrible phone, and cant recreate/create any page properly.

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    • You mean, you need to recreate the list from scratch? Well, here's the Wayback Machine's most recently archived copy, which is still over a year old, but can be a start as a visual reference for formatting. The rest is just retrieving the list of actual episodes and re-entering them. Or, perhaps, using another episode list from a different series (say the 2003 series) as a template.

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    • I've entered some data in List of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012) episodes. It's far from complete, but it's a start towards recreating the page. I can't necessarily dedicate lots of time towards working on it right this instant, but maybe we all can work something out. The basic formatting is in place—all that's left is copy/pasting of formatting and entering more fields taken from their articles. The episode articles interlink each other sequentially, so it should be trivial.

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    • You know you don't need to remake pages like that... you can just edit the last good version of the page before it was deleted and save it.

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  • Hey Gilgamesh, who is your favorite turtle?

    (Mine has gotta be Leo!)

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    • The 2007 film is...okay. Not my favorite, not terrible.

      And yes, I can see your fanart.

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    • 2012 Mickey, 1987 Raphael

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  • A while back I asked you to try the secind half of Season 4. You said it was convincing since you heard about how they had the Rat King's ghost haunt splinter when he was in the underworld just like in the comics. So I was wondering if u did try it then, and if so did you like it as much as season 3 or as seasons 1 & 2.

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    • No, I haven't. I've given up on the show getting better. And there are too many things from the early seasons I miss too much, and too many things from season 3 and early season 4 that make me cringe, even as a backstory for later episodes. And one thing I respected about this show was its good attention to character development and continuity, but now there are bits of continuity I would want to disappear or to have never happened.

      When it comes down to it, I'm a TMNT comics fan. I crave levels of continuity that TV shows almost never deliver in the long term, and I prefer TMNT to be for adults rather than for kids (or for adults' inner children), and especially not as a transparent toy-marketing platform. Of course, the kind of TMNT I like also tends not to make much money for its creators, so it was ultimately never likely there would be a TMNT major budget TV show I would end up liking longer than two years anyway.

      I also still resent that they initially wrote Raph as this amazing, deliciously gaydar-tripping character with so many of the best lines and best moments, and then he became so bland, boring and wooden in season 3, quietly dropping not only most of the entertaining zest from his personality, but some daring plot coupons from season 2 I was really looking forward to seeing expanded. He was my favorite version of Raphael ever, and then he became one of the most unremarkable, formulaic versions of Raphael ever.

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    • Ahh okay, thats a shame.And although I know your points are true, I don't want to believe them and I want to keep watching the show.

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    • You can do whatever you want.

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  • Do you think that the Technodrome page should be turned inro a disambiguation page?

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  • You are doing a good job creating the alternate versions of Bebop and Rocksteady pages for the TMNT: Bebop & Rocksteady Destroy Everything page. Do you happen to have any pictures of the Bopsteady hybrid?

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