#113 Turtle Power!

#113 Turtle Power!

I started sketching Ninja Turtles out of sheer boredom, and ended up with this comic. Hope you enjoy!

And just out of curiousity, which Ninja Turtle was your favorite?


Discussion (12)¬

  1. raphael says:

    They’re all sweet but Raphael was for sure the best, he was the character with the most depth and he was totally badass, especially in the old comics!

  2. anon says:

    Donatello was the best, where would the turtles be without their turtle-van???

    one question, how did Leo just appear in between them like that?

  3. chaospet says:

    Um hello, he’s a ninja

  4. Ramses IV says:

    Donatello, definitely. Without a doubt.

  5. chaos872 says:

    huge fan of Donnie too, interestingly though (and i was very impressed with myself as a kid for thinking this)
    Leo was the only one with an inherently lethal wepon, that is if i remember right and sai’s were used primarily to disarm

  6. Raijinili says:

    http://i135.photobucket.com/albums/q148/chazmaniandevil8/Teenage_Mutant_Ninja_Squirtles_by_t.png

    I’m a dirty leech!

    Also, Leonardo. I think that the only reason my favorite color is blue is because of him.

  7. Allison Sellers says:

    Great comic! Michelangelo was my fave

  8. chaospet says:

    Well, so far Donatello gets the most votes (as should be the case). But Leo is doing as well as the others? We need a larger sample size…

  9. Wm Tanksley says:

    Since you insist… I and my 4-year-old son vote Donatello, AKA “purple turtle”, one of the few phrases he used when he wasn’t talking much. (He collects Pez dispensers, and Don was one of the first ones.)

  10. Abeo says:

    Donatello.

    Only one who could hit the short enemies in this one SNES ninja turtle game.

    Also, he isn’t stupid or a jerk.

  11. chaospet says:

    I guess Donatello wins by a long shot! I wonder if this is representative of the population in general, or if it’s particular to folks who read geeky philosophy stick-figure comics…

  12. daftlittleinsomniac says:

    it was always a toss up between Donatello and Raphael