Source: BEA 2014: Insight Into The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Movie & More
There's a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles book on the horizon that focuses on their 30th Anniversary entiled TMNT: The Ultimate Visual History. Well, Idle Hands got a copy (and you can see some of the eras of the Turtles in the pictures they've uploaded).
It's two images they've posted in particular that's caught the interest of many though. Namely, it's concept design images of Michael Bay (Bayyyy!!!) produced and upcoming summer (horror) feature: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The two images are of Splinter (who looks ripped from the pages of Mirage) and Shredder (this version of the character shall be forever named by this reporter: Shredatron). Here's the two pictures causing so much buzz:
So what's your thoughts on the two images? Does it dispell your worry or give you more hope for the project? Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Ultimate Visual History will come out June 24th and is currently available for pre-order up on Amazon.
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