From a comic book to a live-action movie, the world’s most famous, furry monster is now getting its own spin-off series, and its creator is getting in on the action.
In a new interview, writer and executive producer Mark Waid revealed that Swamp Thing: Origins will explore the origins of the monster that first appeared in the 1960s comics as part of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series.
“It was an idea that came from me when I was a teenager,” Waid told The New Yorker.
“I just thought it would be fun to put the turtles on a comic and write them as kids.”
It’s a bold move, and one that the Waid team says will “break down barriers and bring more fans into the franchise”.
What’s a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle?
Turtles are popular superheroes of the 1980s, with their trademark ninja powers, the green-skinned ninja and the iconic green costume.
They’re also beloved characters in their own right.
However, the original comics were very different from their modern-day counterparts.
“That was the first time the turtles were a real superhero, and it was all about fighting evil,” Wirtaid said.
“The idea of the new Turtles came from the idea of an alien planet that was overrun by the Teenages, and the Turtles were trying to escape it. “
They were fighting all the way to a spaceship and they got to the spaceship, which is really, really old. “
The idea of the new Turtles came from the idea of an alien planet that was overrun by the Teenages, and the Turtles were trying to escape it.
They were fighting all the way to a spaceship and they got to the spaceship, which is really, really old.
It was totally destroyed by the aliens.”
This spaceship is where the Teenagers are.
“When the Turtles come to the ship, they’re not all that happy to see them.
“So they’re all like ‘Yeah, well, it’s a weird place.’ “
“The turtles are just sort of trying to figure out what’s happening to them, and they get sucked into the universe and are trapped. “
“In the comics, they get this spaceship, and that spaceship is destroyed by aliens. “
And the aliens are trying to get them out of there. “
In the comics, they get this spaceship, and that spaceship is destroyed by aliens.
And the aliens are trying to get them out of there.
It turns out the alien spaceship is actually the same ship that the Teenaged Mutant Ninja Turtle first met on in 1962. “
Then they get sent to another spaceship where they get trapped in a bubble and they’re sort of stuck in that bubble.”
It turns out the alien spaceship is actually the same ship that the Teenaged Mutant Ninja Turtle first met on in 1962.
“But the turtles have been in this universe since 1962,” Wurtaid said, “and they’ve been trapped there.”
The Turtles were once a bunch of weirdo turtles, but the Turtles are now living in a weird world full of aliens and superpowers.
It’s all set up in a way that is “really interesting” for fans, Waid said – as well as for Waid, who has previously said that he’d love to see the original Teenage Ninja Turtles re-imagined for a live action movie.
“There’s a lot of stuff going on with the Teeny-Turtles,” Wertaid said of the universe.
“And it’s going to take a long time to explore.
But the idea is, ‘How do we explore that?’
It’s just like ‘How are we going to get back to the Turtle Island?’
And so, that’s kind of a fun question to ask.”
Waid was also excited about the idea that the Turtles might be part of a team-up movie.
The idea of a turtle team-ups was first introduced in The Amazing Spider-Man comic books, and Waid says it’s one of the reasons he wants to make a Teeny Turtle movie.
“[Wurtaid] thinks that the turtles should have a team up in an actual movie.
He thinks that that would be really cool,” Wiernaf told The Guardian.
So it’s really cool for me to see how it all comes together.” “
Because he loves the Turtles, he loves turtles and he loves his Teeny Turtles.
So it’s really cool for me to see how it all comes together.”
It sounds like the new series will focus on the origin of the TMN turtles, and whether or not they have superpowers themselves.
But what about the Teenie-Turtle’s other friends?
“You’ll meet all these cool characters that are all going on their own adventures,” Wam said. “And