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Technically Bebop is this to Rocksteady, despite their mutations. Also Marik to Landor. Some of the mutations in the series are quite disgusting. Kraang, a non-mutagen example, especially in the first season. Mutagen Man, who consists of a throbbing brain, pulsating guts, chattering teeth and staring mad eyes in a heap of slime. The turtles themselves undergo this during the Red Sky episodes.

The form Michelangelo takes in the first episode of season 10 is particularly distorted, with mouth-like orifices in his arms that shoot energy weapons, distended limbs, craggy plates thrusting from his shell, bulging muscles and drooping, half-melted flesh.

The Old Switcheroo, with Splinter and Shredder. Subverted in "Cowabunga Shredhead" with Shredder believing himself to be Michelangelo. The entire episode is a Funny Moment. How else do you think they made so many seasons?

Over in the UK, Ireland and Germany, "ninja" has until more recently been a banned word, so the series as well as the franchise as a whole would be known as Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles. Also, all scenes where Mikey wields his signature nunchuks were cut as much as possible due to the weapon being illegal in real-life. By the later seasons, the series would see Mikey using a grappling-hook weapon instead just to get around these kind of problems.

Krang has been reduced to a brain thanks to a judgment in his home dimension of Dimension X. He went through several iterations of armor to protect this squishy body until he reached a full robotic suit of armor. Irma, brown-haired Hollywood Nerd type. Though she is more of a redhead. Buffy Shellhammer and Foster Fenwick also.

Buffy Shellhammer and Foster Fenwick, at first. Also the Polarisoid Kids and the Starchild, initially. Unlike the original comic villain, who was his own entity, here Baxter is a shaky ally of Shredder, who eventually swears vengeance against both him and the turtles after they make his life a living hell.

This status even carried over to his counterpart in the show; albeit in Darker and Edgier form. Bebop and Rocksteady can never catch a break.

Not to mention Vernon. But he usually deserves it anyway. Shredder became one by the third season, as his defeats became more and more humiliating, such as being reduced to a child, trapped in block of cement, or turned into a tiny fly, among others. By the end of the seventh season he gets out of this territory. In the intro, Raphael throws a pizza directly at the camera, with mushrooms and pepperoni sticking to the lens as the rest of it falls away.

Antrax and Scumbug in Night of the Rogues. Tokka and Rahzar from the second live-action film appeared in the episode Dirk Savage: Donatello in "Too Hot to Handle". Several, with "Cowabunga" being far and away the most recognizable. The last three seasons were a lot darker in tone and were nearly devoid of lighthearted humor. Also done well with Irma, who went from a generic boy-crazy ditz to an Adorkable Genki Girl with a Hidden Badass side.

Vernon acts completely different in the first season. All the turtles fared pretty well in this department. Nearly every episode would introduce a new ally of the turtles or a villain who swears revenge after being defeated, only to never be seen again. After Shredder and Krang are defeated at the end of Turtle Trek, they simply stop appearing in the show. This happened in several instances. The first and most notable example would be "Return of the Shredder", where the Turtles were framed for a series of crimes by a gang of costumed crooks called the Crooked Ninja Turtle Gang.

In the Mirage comics, the Turtles all wore red bandanas not that it mattered much in a black-and-white comic , leaving their distinct weapons as usually the best way to tell them apart. All succeeding adaptations have maintained this approach. Before it started establishing its own continuity, the Archie Comics series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures started out as an adaptation of this cartoon, with the three-issue miniseries "Heroes in a Half-Shell" consisting of adaptations of the Five-Episode Pilot and the first four issues of the ongoing series being adaptations of the episodes "Return of the Shredder" and "The Incredible Shrinking Turtles".

In the original comics, Hamato Yoshi was murdered and his pet rat became mutated into Splinter. In this version, Yoshi himself is mutated into a rat-man. He was mostly a quiet man after all. Lava arguably made more appearances than the teens from Dimension X in this show, but one particularly blatant incident occurs in an episode where a rock soldier accidentally knocks a special welding material into lava, turning the lava into an unknown yellow goo.

Suspension of disbelief aside, who sticks their bare hand into mysterious gelatinous substances like tha April was somewhat like this to the turtles considering she is older than them at

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