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Updated October 14, 2013
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The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (often shortened to TMNT or Ninja Turtles or just Turtles) are a fictional team of four teenage anthropomorphic turtles, who were trained by their anthropomorphic rat sensei in the art of ninjutsu and named after four Renaissance artists. From their home in the storm sewers of New York City, they battle petty criminals, evil overlords and alien invaders, all while remaining isolated from society-at-large.
The characters appeared in comic books before their expansion to cartoons, video games, films, toys and other general merchandise. During the peak of its popularity in the late 1980s through early 1990s, the franchise gained considerable worldwide success and fame.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was created in an American comic book published by Mirage Studios in 1984 in Dover, New Hampshire. The concept arose from a humorous drawing sketched out by Kevin Eastman during a casual evening of brainstorming with his friend Peter Laird. Using money from a tax refund together with a loan from Eastman's uncle, the young artists self-published a single-issue comic intended to parody four of the most popular comics of the early 1980s: Marvel Comics' Daredevil and New Mutants, Dave Sim's Cerebus, and Frank Miller's Ronin. The TMNT comic series has been published in various incarnations at various comic book companies since 1984.
The Turtles' mainstream success began when a licensing agent, Mark Freedman, sought out Eastman and Laird to propose wider merchandising opportunities for the offbeat property. In 1986, Dark Horse Miniatures produced a set of 15 mm lead figurines. In January 1987, they visited the offices of Playmates Toys Inc, a small California toy company who wished to expand into the action figure market. Development was initiated with a creative team of companies and individuals: Jerry Sachs, ad man of Sachs-Finley Agency, brought together the animators at Murakami-Wolf-Swenson, headed by award-winning animator Fred Wolf. Wolf and his team combined concepts and ideas with the Playmates marketing crew, headed by Karl Aaronian, VP of sales Richard Sallis and VP of Playmates Bill Carlson.
Aaronian brought on several designers, and concepteur and writer John C. Schulte and worked out the simple backstory that would live on toy packaging for the entire run of the product and show. Sachs called the high-concept pitch “Green Against Brick”. The sense of humor was honed with the collaboration of the MWS animation firm's writers. Playmates and their team essentially served as associate producers and contributing writers to the miniseries that was first launched to sell-in the toy action figures. Phrases like “Heroes in a Half Shell” and many of the comical catch phrases and battle slogans (“Turtle Power!”) came from the writing and conceptualization of this creative team. As the series developed, veteran writer Jack Mendelsohn came on board as both a story editor and scriptwriter. David Wise, Michael Charles Hill, and Michael Reaves wrote most of the scripts, taking input via Mendelsohn and collaborating writer Schulte and marketing maven Aaronian.
The miniseries was repeated three times before it found an audience. Once the product started selling, the show got syndicated and picked up and backed by Group W, which funded the next round of animation. The show then went network, on CBS. Accompanied by the popular Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 1987 TV series, and the subsequent action figure line, the TMNT were soon catapulted into pop culture history. At the height of the frenzy, in the late 1980s and early 1990s, the Turtles' likenesses could be found on a wide range of children's merchandise, from Pez dispensers to skateboards, breakfast cereal, video games, school supplies, linens, towels, cameras, and even toy shaving kits.

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  • Angrydroid

    This link doesn’t work properly.

  •  You can download all these apps and tons more on our new app store at http://apps.goodereader.com/

  •  What link does not work properly?

  • angryprincess

    Komik Reader download link doesnt work

  • vp79

    Any chance for 3.0.7 version?
    Thanks

  • Andrew Tait

    The 1.1 version does open on a Galaxy Nexus, but is tremendously slow at downloading new comics purchased in their store. I second the guy belows request. Can we PLEASE get the version 3 uploaded here? Thanks!

  • What app?

  •  3.07 of what app?

  • vp79

    Sorry. I posted in Comics by ComiXology. 

  • Andrew Tait

    Comics by comiXology for Android. The version you have up is 1.1, but version 3 was released a few days ago. Just hope you’ll update the one you have here to reflect that when you have a free mo. 🙂

  • vp79

    Thank you very much for comiXology 3.

  • Andrew Tait

    Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • vp79

    Comics by Comixology 3.0.7.2 is out.
    Please add it.
    Thanks

  • We updated it, thanks for letting us know

  • vp79

    Update.
    Comics by comixology 3.0.7.3 is out.
    Please add it.
    Thanks.

  • we added it

  • Riot01

    Thanks for the new comixology version but it gives me an error when i try to download to kobo vox. Thoughts?

  • Rentan76

    For some reason the Manga Watcher app is not downloading to the kobo vox. why is that?

  • Thechallenger

    Hi,

    Did you try “Challenger comics viewer” ?
    A video is available here : http://youtu.be/bf-t-HvmTlM

    Regards

  • Mourad Ld

    any chance for viber ?

  • Julian Lepe

    Pacemaker?????????? PLEASEEEE

  • Matthew H Mendez

    How do you download apps straight from Good E-Reader app store to the PlayBook … Every time I try to download something it says that it was unsuccessfully & when it is successful it tells me to go to a local nk to learn how to install correctly which is this link here.

  • Vperovic79

    Update.Comics by comixology 3.0.7.6 is out.
    Please add it.Thanks. 

  • Tabirtapavel

    ok

  • heyheyz

    The download for Mango is apk not bar

  • tucker

    Great site – thanks! But neither the comixology or dc comics app will open when downloaded (the Marvel one works fine)

  • Deepak12

    Try this site, it may help you. Goodluck! http://www.comvigo.com

  • FinallyAppsForKindle

    Can we get the newest version of the Marvel Unlimited app?

  • FinallyAppsForKindle

    Thanks!

  • lalka

    ffuck

  • Loveless

    Does this work for the phone too?
    it was on the Play Store but now it’s not there… can someone help me?

  • andrew

    it works on my android phone. and its very very good. if you want to put this app in your phone then you should also download pocket manga app because scviewer does not contain mangas. you have to download mangas using different app and im using pocket manga.

  • bblackmoor

    I have tried many cbr/cbz readers, and this is the best. It opens files, it reads them, and when you get to the end of a comic, it opens the first page of the next one in the directory. You might think that sounds simple, but this is literally the only cbr reader for Android that I have found that does that. All of the hoo-hah that other readers seem so proud of — “libraries”, thumbnails, “collections” — none of that matters to me. Open the file. Turn the page. Open the next file in the directory when I get to the end of this one. That’s all I want, and this is the only cbr/cbz reader that does it.

  • Francesco

    Will it come back in the Play Store….?
    For me the app doesn’t work anymore, no updates and no more manga readieng, ’cause it gives me “Error” in downloading pages, tried with two different devices… Same issue.

  • Jevgenija

    Same here, but sometimes it does work……….

  • I really want this to come back as it was really useful and gave me notifications. What my favorite is they have the actual websites, so whatever is on Mangafox or Mangahere is there. I downloaded it a while ago, but I like the updates and simpleness of this app.

  • anyone know any sites where i could read seraph of the end, literally no library i have access to has it and its im getting ready to end my search, i need suggestions!! anyways thanks if you suggest!

  • tilt

    Can’t you just read it on Mangafox or download chapters from whatever scanlation group(S) worked on it?