TMNT Mutant Mayhem Review

Season 01 : Episode 47

Welcome to a new episode of Age of Geek! This week, your hosts Robert and Marlee are joined by a very special guest and friend of the podcast, James Estrada. Together, they dive into the animated world of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem.

In this exciting episode, we bring you a full review of the latest installment in the Ninja Turtles saga. From Leonardo to Michaelangelo, join us as we break down our favorite moments from the movie, compare its storyline and characters to the iconic past Ninja Turtles films, and explore the unique animation style that sets it apart.

Ever wondered why the marketing buzz for this movie release seemed a bit muted? We’ve got you covered. We discuss the curious lack of marketing surrounding this thrilling addition to the Ninja Turtles universe and share our thoughts on how it might have affected the movie’s reception.

But that’s not all—get ready to geek out with us over the amazing animation style that graces the screen. From jaw-dropping action sequences to the way our favorite turtles come to life, we delve deep into what makes this animated story truly stand out.

Whether you’re a die-hard Ninja Turtles fan or simply someone who loves a good dose of geek culture, this episode has something for everyone. So, grab your pizza and join us as we unravel the mysteries of Mutant Mayhem. What did you think of the movie? Who is your favorite Ninja Turtle? Let us know and join the discussion on our community Discord:

Collin Farmer

Managing Partner - If you look up the word “geek” in the dictionary, you won’t find a picture of Collin. The definition though is “an enthusiast or expert especially in a technological field or activity” which couldn’t describe him any more perfectly. Whether it’s music, movies, technology, or any other number of interests, Collin is a geek to the core. When he’s not spending time with his beautiful wife or son, Collin can often be found improving companies and their IT infrastructure at his day job. If he’s not there, find a computer or TV because you’re going to find him podcasting, researching new technology, playing video games, or watching either endless amounts of Chuck reruns or Star Wars.

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