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  • If you wanted to see another mutant in the series, what whould it be?

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    • My top 5 most wanted mutants for the 2012 series (Not counting ones like Bebop and Rocksteady):

      5. Mutant Marlin

      4. Mutant Octopus

      3. Mutant Penguin

      2. Mutant Hippo

      1. Mutant Platypus


      If you want I will also previde a name and Origin for these!

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    • QuasimodoBellringer wrote:
      My top 5 most wanted mutants for the 2012 series (Not counting ones like Bebop and Rocksteady):

      5. Mutant Marlin

      4. Mutant Octopus

      3. Mutant Penguin

      2. Mutant Hippo

      1. Mutant Platypus


      If you want I will also previde a name and Origin for these!

      I've been thinking about the mutant elephant, or maybe a mutant gorilla.

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    • JBolbotowski1 wrote:
      QuasimodoBellringer wrote:
      My top 5 most wanted mutants for the 2012 series (Not counting ones like Bebop and Rocksteady):

      5. Mutant Marlin

      4. Mutant Octopus

      3. Mutant Penguin

      2. Mutant Hippo

      1. Mutant Platypus


      If you want I will also previde a name and Origin for these!

      I've been thinking about the mutant elephant, or maybe a mutant gorilla.

      Slash is a mutant marlin or a maybe a swordfish, you know him from Street Sharks?

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    • I wanna see Shredder mutant as a huge lava monster called Lavolcano.

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    • Mutant Shark

      Mutant Eagle

      Mutant Eel

      Mutant Scorpian

      Mutant Octopus

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    • Mutant Cheetah - with the power of super speed.

      Mutant Kangaroo - able to jump high off walls and from building to building.

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    • What about a dragon mutant?

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    • Mutant Crocodille/Alligator hybrid - like Leatherhead, but with big shovel-hand on right arm. Good to mealing a bigger opponents. Name: Shovelator
      Mutant Tengu/Crow/Raven - flight and fight using steel feathers. Name: Crowlade
      Mutant Saber-Tooth Tiger - endurance on cold enviroment, retractable claw with launcher. Name: CoolCutter

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    • A mutant falcon. Name: Sergent Falcon instead of Captain Falcon lol (some people might not get what I mean but a few might.)

      Mutant hedgehog, name: Zonic (if Sonic would be too much of a copywright) Still really fast though.

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    • Miwaandsplintergirl1 wrote: A mutant falcon. Name: Sergent Falcon instead of Captain Falcon lol (some people might not get what I mean but a few might.)

      Mutant hedgehog, name: Zonic (if Sonic would be too much of a copywright) Still really fast though.


      Mutant Shark (Named Sharkbait) and Mutant Eagle (Named SpeedKiller) Sharkbait and Speedkiller were two humans originally named Barnes Hawkson and Lucas. They were car dealers but stole car parts and were high ranking thieves on New York. After Steranko and Zeck disappeared (Really got mutated into Rocksteady and Bebop) they were Shredder's new Business dealer and Shredder let them take Sterenko's Old Museum in exchange for some weapons. They later decide to steal from TCRI and they find blueprints for a formular for a Super Mutagen which can cure any mutant ever! (Including Snakeweed, Rockwell and even Karai) They exchange this deal for Shredder but they only need one key ingredinent, April's DNA to cure Karai, even if it is Super Mutagen. So they sneak up on surface with the help of Baxterfly, Fishface, Rahzar and Tiger Claw and try to find April O' Neil. They eventually capture her but with Casey seeing the whole thing. He tells the turtles and they track them down. The Turtles get April back but were too late to stop the from creating a special Super Mutagen for Karai. But they did not want Karai to fall in the wrong hands again so Leonardo forced himself to destroy it by throwing a ninja star at the mutagen. Then Shredder finds the turtles but they escape but Donnie caught some of the Super Mutagen in a small vile, so they only need to find Karai and change her back next time they see her but little did they know that she was captured by Shredder!

      Barnes Hawkson and Lucas appear in a later episode where they work with Hun and the Purple Dragons and they track the Turtles Lair down and Trash It and Tracking Shredder to the Lair.

      Later in the Series (Late Season 3), They decide to make a deal with the Kraang and get the Super Mutagen for Karai and April's DNA but they Fail after the Turtles stop them and work on the Mutagen Themselves!

      In Season 4, They have another mission for the Shredder, and go to an old lab so they can destroy the Turtles once and for all! They decide to trap them in a lad (Similar to how Dogpound and Fishface did in Baxter's Gambit) and are trapped in an exploding mutagen lab and instead of destroying them, they decide to turn them into Super Mutant Ninja Turtles. However Mikey, by decides to mess with the DNA and presses the Mutagen to have Shark and Eagle DNA but meanwhile, Leo, Raph and Donnie all try to find a way old and figure out an exit but Donnie finds out that Mikey has been messing with the DNA and gets mad at Mikey but Mikey says that if they were to be mutated, they might as well turn into something cool like and Eagle or a Shark but they figure out a way out but since Mikey Messed with the Mutagen, the Mutagen exploded all the building and not the one room and The Mutagen with the Shark and Eagle DNA exploded onto Barnes Hawkson and Lucas, thus turning them into Sharkbait and Speedkiller. They later attack the Turtles but accidently get themselves washed down the sewers and defeated themselves! The Turtles have Created Super Mutagen but also Sharkbait and SpeedKiller returned to Shredder and decide to work with him as they are very loyal to him!

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    • Guys also here is my Sharkbait and SpeedKiller Mutants!
      SharkbaitandSpeedKiller


      Which is Better?

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    • What about a male mutant cat and by that I mean a human like mutant not a weird mutant like Ice Cream Kitty.

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    • JokerJay779 wrote:
      What about a male mutant cat and by that I mean a human like mutant not a weird mutant like Ice Cream Kitty.


      I think we need a GOOD dog like mutant

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    • Perhaps the good dog like mutant can be friends with the cat mutant. I actually of having Scratch becoming a character.This guy > http://turtlepedia.wikia.com/wiki/Scratch

      Basically he was on the people the Kraang experimented to mutagen on along with a few other people. Including the real Irma (whose identity was taken by Kraang Subprime). The Turtles get captured by the Kraang in a trap and have to work with the other mutants there to find a way for all of them to escape.

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    • You know, it would be interesting to see what the four turtles look like if they mutated fully into humans ("gijinka"), even if just for one episode before changing back.

      • I always imagine Leo looking rather Asian with jet black hair, but still having blue eyes; he could look "racially ambiguous." If he had to wear human clothes, I imagine something simple, functional and dignified, generally kept clean and tidy.
      • I kinda imagine Donnie being a black guy for some reason, even with his relatively high-pitched voice. He would be reasonably handsome, but still come off as a geeky ball of OCD. If he had to wear human clothes, he'd probably dress practically for the occasion, without worrying much about fashion.
      • Raph could have brown hair and a Mediterranean complexion to go with his green eyes. And no, I don't think of him as a guido, but he would be a showoff, wearing a tank top (red, maybe) and otherwise generally showing off as much G-rated skin as possible without looking trashy. He's vain and self-worshiping as a turtle, so naturally he'd be vain and self-worshiping as a human too.
      • Mikey could have blond, sandy or ginger hair and pink "Celtic" skin to go with his freckles and baby blue eyes. Even if he had red hair, I think it would be better if he didn't look like he could be April's little brother, but have just enough conspicuous differences to look at beast like first or second cousins. He would have straight hair, but it would be permanently unkempt. If he wore human clothes, they would be as casual as possible, with little actual thought going into what to wear. If there is any other regularly exposed skin besides his face, it would also be freckled due to sun exposure. Celtic skin just cannot tan.

      None of them would wear their bandanas, but their human clothes would give at least a subtle nod to their bandana colors; their outfits wouldn't be all one color, or that would just look ridiculously color-coded.

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    • Has anyone else thought what non-human mutants would look like if they mutated into human gijinka? Not just the four turtles, but also Slash, Leatherhead, Pigeon Pete, and any other mutant that wasn't originally human. Though I'm kinda curious what Tiger Claw would look like if he was a human again, since he was introduced to us already mutated and we've never seen his human form.

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    • I wish there was this Mutant Academy where mutants can call home, learn and train to become heroes.

      Inspired from Davenport Bionic Academy of Lab Rats: Bionic Island.

      and from Triskelion/S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy of Ultimate Spider-Man: Web-Warriors.

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    • Gilgameshkun wrote:
      You know, it would be interesting to see what the four turtles look like if they mutated fully into humans ("gijinka"), even if just for one episode before changing back.
      • I always imagine Leo looking rather Asian with jet black hair, but still having blue eyes; he could look "racially ambiguous." If he had to wear human clothes, I imagine something simple, functional and dignified, generally kept clean and tidy.
      • I kinda imagine Donnie being a black guy for some reason, even with his relatively high-pitched voice. He would be reasonably handsome, but still come off as a geeky ball of OCD. If he had to wear human clothes, he'd probably dress practically for the occasion, without worrying much about fashion.
      • Raph could have brown hair and a Mediterranean complexion to go with his green eyes. And no, I don't think of him as a guido, but he would be a showoff, wearing a tank top (red, maybe) and otherwise generally showing off as much G-rated skin as possible without looking trashy. He's vain and self-worshiping as a turtle, so naturally he'd be vain and self-worshiping as a human too.
      • Mikey could have blond, sandy or ginger hair and pink "Celtic" skin to go with his freckles and baby blue eyes. Even if he had red hair, I think it would be better if he didn't look like he could be April's little brother, but have just enough conspicuous differences to look at beast like first or second cousins. He would have straight hair, but it would be permanently unkempt. If he wore human clothes, they would be as casual as possible, with little actual thought going into what to wear. If there is any other regularly exposed skin besides his face, it would also be freckled due to sun exposure. Celtic skin just cannot tan.

      None of them would wear their bandanas, but their human clothes would give at least a subtle nod to their bandana colors; their outfits wouldn't be all one color, or that would just look ridiculously color-coded.

      File:Pics.jpeg
      This might not fit your description completly, but I like this version of them. I can upload more photos if you want. 
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    • Yeah, don't upload unsourced fanart to the wiki. Provide an external link instead or something.

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    • What the great Gilgamesh said.

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    • I'm not that great. *wields Excalipoor*

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    • At least you still have Enki*looks at his chicken painted green* sorry about that.

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    • EndBringer99 wrote: I wish there was this Mutant Academy where mutants can call home, learn and train to become heroes.

      Inspired from Davenport Bionic Academy of Lab Rats: Bionic Island.

      and from Triskelion/S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy of Ultimate Spider-Man: Web-Warriors.

      I find this concept rather clichéed—a "discredited trope" that's increasingly difficult to take seriously at face value. And I think the show demonstrates how unrealistic it can be even in-universe on different occasions:

      • Timothy assumed that, as soon as he was mutated, he would have superpowers he could use against the Foot. One of the most humiliating mutation scenes ever.
      • Jason has some abilities, mainly as a...teenager. Meet Mondo Gecko drove the point home how nonexistent his fighting abilities are. He's a decent skater, but not a fighter. That episode made me sad just considering how his parents kicked him out, he became homeless, and then criminally exploited by Xever. He doesn't need hero lessons—he needs a foster home.
      • Martin Milton seems to have supernatural powers that help him with gaming and LARPing, but otherwise they don't seem that useful.
      • Pigeon Pete is a pathetic case of a muggle who's allowed to think he's one of the heroes. He can fly (kind of), but otherwise he mainly just eats bread. Battle for New York, Part 1 even pointed out how he's basically glorified bait, though Slash still seems to care about his safety after the fact.

      But I like these kinds of "useless" mutants, because they're more like...ordinary people, and that makes them more relatable. Many of their useful skills are more like what ordinary people have, and so is whatever courage they have as well. Rather than a school for mutant heroes, I think it would be more interesting if mutants just went to school—like, Jason could enroll in a public high school (like Roosevelt High School), or something, and even be April or Casey's classmate. Since the Kraang and their mutagen are common knowledge in New York now, more mutants can come forward as relatively ordinary people. Since most New Yorkers were temporarily mutants themselves, there should be at least some public sympathy for these permanent mutants, Joan Grody's sensational journalism notwithstanding.

      I mean, the turtles' lives have never been normal and will never be normal, because they're Hamato Clan ninja, and Splinter doesn't like their identities to be public. But it's fun imagining the more peaceful lives of characters. For instance, Leatherhead seems fairly intelligent and sensitive and we've seen him meditate to candles and soft jazz records, so maybe in the rest of his life he's a bookworm who appreciates the simple beautiful things in life.

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    • Some of the mutants living regular lives does sound like a great idea.

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    • Totally.

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    • Gilgameshkun wrote:

      EndBringer99 wrote: I wish there was this Mutant Academy where mutants can call home, learn and train to become heroes.

      Inspired from Davenport Bionic Academy of Lab Rats: Bionic Island.

      and from Triskelion/S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy of Ultimate Spider-Man: Web-Warriors.

      I find this concept rather clichéed—a "discredited trope" that's increasingly difficult to take seriously at face value. And I think the show demonstrates how unrealistic it can be even in-universe on different occasions:

      • Timothy assumed that, as soon as he was mutated, he would have superpowers he could use against the Foot. One of the most humiliating mutation scenes ever.
      • Jason has some abilities, mainly as a...teenager. Meet Mondo Gecko drove the point home how nonexistent his fighting abilities are. He's a decent skater, but not a fighter. That episode made me sad just considering how his parents kicked him out, he became homeless, and then criminally exploited by Xever. He doesn't need hero lessons—he needs a foster home.
      • Martin Milton seems to have supernatural powers that help him with gaming and LARPing, but otherwise they don't seem that useful.
      • Pigeon Pete is a pathetic case of a muggle who's allowed to think he's one of the heroes. He can fly (kind of), but otherwise he mainly just eats bread. Battle for New York, Part 1 even pointed out how he's basically glorified bait, though Slash still seems to care about his safety after the fact.

      But I like these kinds of "useless" mutants, because they're more like...ordinary people, and that makes them more relatable. Many of their useful skills are more like what ordinary people have, and so is whatever courage they have as well. Rather than a school for mutant heroes, I think it would be more interesting if mutants just went to school—like, Jason could enroll in a public high school (like Roosevelt High School), or something, and even be April or Casey's classmate. Since the Kraang and their mutagen are common knowledge in New York now, more mutants can come forward as relatively ordinary people. Since most New Yorkers were temporarily mutants themselves, there should be at least some public sympathy for these permanent mutants, Joan Grody's sensational journalism notwithstanding.

      I mean, the turtles' lives have never been normal and will never be normal, because they're Hamato Clan ninja, and Splinter doesn't like their identities to be public. But it's fun imagining the more peaceful lives of characters. For instance, Leatherhead seems fairly intelligent and sensitive and we've seen him meditate to candles and soft jazz records, so maybe in the rest of his life he's a bookworm who appreciates the simple beautiful things in life.

      Ok, Maybe that idea is a little far fetched, but who can resist the enjoyment of imagining it?

      True Jason needs a foster home, but also a school. I assumed that he was expelled from which ever school he came from upon mutation.

      You also seem right about the mutants having regular lifestyles, than training 5 hours a day underground isolated from the very means of existence.

      Yeah i can see it, a world where mutants (except the turtles) dont have to hide in the shadows, being accepted by society, allowed out in public, interacting with humans normally. Though there would have to be some "limitations" as they do have dangerous, possibly unfocused record breaking capabilites and issues.

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    • EndBringer99 wrote:
      I wish there was this Mutant Academy where mutants can call home, learn and train to become heroes.

      Inspired from Davenport Bionic Academy of Lab Rats: Bionic Island.

      and from Triskelion/S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy of Ultimate Spider-Man: Web-Warriors.

      There is a secret "academy" of sorts that they go to but also many humans go to it too. It is called the Ninja Tribunal", which I hope they bring in and have the voice of one of the teachers, he always had the COOLEST voice and was also the voice of shredder of that version. I also want to see the ancient one XD

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    • I would totally wanna see a mutant cat.but it would have to be a girl sience currently we dont have many girls here.

      • name:Mia
      • back story:mutagen fell from the sky(as of from the kraang ship the turtles battled the kraang on in season two)and landed in her cat's food bowl,mia saw the mutagen tried to clean it with a sponge,but when she was done she squeezed the sponge while rinsing and got mutated into a cat cuz while rinsing her cat touched her with its tail.
      • apperance:completely orange but only her feet hands the inside of her ears tip of her tail and chest are white and her cheeks have tuffs of white fur on them,also her eyes are blue.
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    • Well true.

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    • MOR MUTANTS!!!

      • mutant raccoon
      • mutant bee
      • mutant penguin
      • hamster
      • mutant elephant
      • tortise(not turtle)
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    • BABY MUTANTS!!!!

      • baby mutant robin
      • baby mutant chimpanzee
      • baby mutant doge
      • baby mutant emu
      • baby mutant fork!YASSS!!!baby mutant fork ftw
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    • Spike/Slash is a tortoise already.

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    • How about more insect based mutants? Or even mutants that are humans mutated with more then one kind of animal DNA. To get crazy mixes like a Piranha Snake man. Or a bull and gorilla man.

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