Two Ton

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"What's with the dweeby costumes?"
— Two Ton (when meeting the Turtles in Things Change)

Two Ton
Biographical information

Earth, New York City




Street Brawling

Weapon(s) of choice

Pole, Guns


Purple Dragon Member


Purple Dragons

Physical description




Hair color


Bandana color


Eye color


Out of universe information

2003 series, Video games, Dreamwave comics


Konami, Dreamwave

First appearance

Things Change

Teachers and Students

Two Ton is a member of the Purple Dragons street gang and through this association an enemy of the Ninja Turtles. This character had been specially designed for the 2003 animated series.

2003 Series

Two Ton (who owes his nickname to his corpulent figure) is a low ranking member of the Purple Dragons in New York City and seems to have been John's right-hand man. He appeared in several of the Turtles adventures as a lesser antagonist. In his first appearance, he and other members of the Purple Dragons fought the Ninja Turtles but were defeated by them.

Some time later, he fought the turtles again and Casey Jones as a member of Dragon Face's gang but they were defeated by them. Afterwards, he faced Leonardo and Ralph in the Purple Dragon cage match. Two Ton was defeated by Leo in the cage match.

At Christmas time he, Spike and Sunny hijacked a truck full of “Lil’ Orphan Alien” dolls that were supposed to go to an orphanage, but are stopped by Michelangelo.

His whereabouts after the reorganization of the Purple Dragons as a result of the disappearance of the Utrom shredder are unknown.

He is one of the only Purple Dragons who have a known name besides, Dragon Face, Hun, Mohawk, Spike, Spuds, Sunny, Vang, Waxer, Angel, Bam-Bam, Max, Claw, Dagger, and John. He appears in all of the episodes in the first few seasons from the 2003 TV series that the Purple Dragons appear in. You can recognize him as the fattest, or by his yellow and blue torn up sweatshirt.



Two Ton also appears in the first issue of the Dreamwave Comics which was adapted from the 2003 series episode Things Change.

Video Games

Two Ton appears as a generic enemy in GBA version of the 2003 video game and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Battle for the City.

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