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Welcome to the new world of TMNT! After the cataclysmic events of "City At War," the Turtles find New York City drastically changed--new factions and enemies are on the rise, and allies are in short supply. The Turtles discover that in order to survive they will need to work together like never before, but when they find themselves separated, Old Hob decides to fill the pow Welcome to the new world of TMNT! After the cataclysmic events of "City At War," the Turtles find New York City drastically changed--new factions and enemies are on the rise, and allies are in short supply. The Turtles discover that in order to survive they will need to work together like never before, but when they find themselves separated, Old Hob decides to fill the power vacuum with some very unusual mutants: Zanna, Mushroom, and Zink! Collects issues #101-105 of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series.


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Welcome to the new world of TMNT! After the cataclysmic events of "City At War," the Turtles find New York City drastically changed--new factions and enemies are on the rise, and allies are in short supply. The Turtles discover that in order to survive they will need to work together like never before, but when they find themselves separated, Old Hob decides to fill the pow Welcome to the new world of TMNT! After the cataclysmic events of "City At War," the Turtles find New York City drastically changed--new factions and enemies are on the rise, and allies are in short supply. The Turtles discover that in order to survive they will need to work together like never before, but when they find themselves separated, Old Hob decides to fill the power vacuum with some very unusual mutants: Zanna, Mushroom, and Zink! Collects issues #101-105 of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series.

30 review for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Reborn, Vol. 1 - From the Ashes

  1. 4 out of 5

    Khurram

    Grief I understand why this volume was done this way, but it does make fun reading. The TNMT are grieving and rather than come together they are being further split apart. Now when the new world when they are needed the most they seem to have given up on everything and each other. This is a slow new beginning story. The problem for me it was a bit too slow. I can see potentials for future stories but devoting 3.5 out of 5 issues to hit rock bottom before starting the climb out is not the great vo Grief I understand why this volume was done this way, but it does make fun reading. The TNMT are grieving and rather than come together they are being further split apart. Now when the new world when they are needed the most they seem to have given up on everything and each other. This is a slow new beginning story. The problem for me it was a bit too slow. I can see potentials for future stories but devoting 3.5 out of 5 issues to hit rock bottom before starting the climb out is not the great volume for me.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Neal

    I had not really read or watched anything TMNT in years, so I wasn’t sure what to expect exactly. But this is an excellent collection and exceeded any expectations I might’ve had. The storyline is remarkably poignant and, in many ways, very apropos of our current political climate. A more mature version of the Turtles, to be sure. Recommended for graphic novel and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle fans.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    TMNT's first writer change in 100 issues could have gone so wrong. So very wrong. But in the able hands of Sophie Campbell, the Turtles' new direction feels as fresh as a brand new #1 could have been. In the wake of City At War, everything's changed, and that's not an understatement. New York's landscape is totally different, and the Turtles are scattered to the four winds. The gist of this arc is establishing what's happened in the time jump between issues 100 and 101, and getting the band back TMNT's first writer change in 100 issues could have gone so wrong. So very wrong. But in the able hands of Sophie Campbell, the Turtles' new direction feels as fresh as a brand new #1 could have been. In the wake of City At War, everything's changed, and that's not an understatement. New York's landscape is totally different, and the Turtles are scattered to the four winds. The gist of this arc is establishing what's happened in the time jump between issues 100 and 101, and getting the band back together, so there's a lot of exposition, but it's delivered as part of character's new arcs rather than dumped wherever necessary. For a first arc, it's also surprisingly quiet. There's some good action sequences, but the emotional weight is the real winner here. Campbell's depictions of how the last few weeks have affected each Turtle are varied and authentic; they each have their own personality, so of course they wouldn't all act the same way. But in the process of bringing them all back together, we get to understand them better, and they get to understand each other as well. And of course, Campbell's artwork is still top notch. I love her style, it feels both soft and powerful at the same time, and the way she differentiates the Turtles is unlike any other artists' interpretation. The new characters she introduces feel in line with the rest of the TMNT universe as well. I think Sophie Campbell was born to take over the Turtles. This first arc is wonderful, in both art and story, and I have no doubts that she can take these characters on another 100 issue journey just as easily as the previous writers.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Christian Gregory

    Fantastic start to the post-war era of IDW's TMNT. A volume more focused on pathos and the turtles dealing with the vast changes to their world than on action scenes, it gives us truly great character moments and interesting world building. Sophie Campbell picks up the book from Tom Waltz and even pulls double duty as both script writer and artist and if there is something more praiseworthy than her script being faithful to the characters and breezy to get through, it's how terrific her art is. Fantastic start to the post-war era of IDW's TMNT. A volume more focused on pathos and the turtles dealing with the vast changes to their world than on action scenes, it gives us truly great character moments and interesting world building. Sophie Campbell picks up the book from Tom Waltz and even pulls double duty as both script writer and artist and if there is something more praiseworthy than her script being faithful to the characters and breezy to get through, it's how terrific her art is. Clean, colorful and most importantly; emotional, it delivers fully, not just in close ups but also in framing and layout in wider shots. There's a moment where two characters walk away from each other in the snow and even though I was listening to music, I could still hear the silence and the slight creaking of trampled snow. No doubt, some people will dislike the fact that except for the titular brothers, nearly every single player of importance is a woman, but all the new characters added on top of long standing staples of the book such as Alopex and April work and are characters I could easily get used to reading about. I don't know where Sophie Campbell is taking the book, but I will most definitely keep buying it whenever the next TPB becomes available!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Adam Stone

    I haven't seen/read anything related to TMNT since I saw the 1990 live action film in theaters (unless we're counting the Vanilla Ice Turtle rap for Macaroni and Cheese from a few years ago). The comics from the 80s never connected with me, and there was such a contrasting tone between the comics and the cartoon and film properties that I just wasn't interested in trying to connect to them. I mainly picked this up because of Sophie Campbell's name. And I'm glad I did. This was a great story about I haven't seen/read anything related to TMNT since I saw the 1990 live action film in theaters (unless we're counting the Vanilla Ice Turtle rap for Macaroni and Cheese from a few years ago). The comics from the 80s never connected with me, and there was such a contrasting tone between the comics and the cartoon and film properties that I just wasn't interested in trying to connect to them. I mainly picked this up because of Sophie Campbell's name. And I'm glad I did. This was a great story about loss, grief, and interpersonal relationship. But with talking mutant animals. It was good enough that I did some online research to see how the story had progressed to this point, and I'm going to pick up some earlier parts of the IDW turtles books, and see if I enjoy them as well. I recommend this to both the Turtle faithful, and those who've had reservations about picking up any Turtle books.

  6. 5 out of 5

    James Hynes

    This is the shot in the arm the IDW TMNT comics needed. After thirty + issues of non-stop action, one of my all-time favourite comic series was starting to feel tired. Campbell, being the first new writer to take over since the series began, had the genius idea to let the characters breathe. Instead of intergalactic trials, immortal beings and ninja wars, we get the Turtles hunting for a missing cat and talking about their recent losses. It is a perfect example of less is more, and in 5 issues s This is the shot in the arm the IDW TMNT comics needed. After thirty + issues of non-stop action, one of my all-time favourite comic series was starting to feel tired. Campbell, being the first new writer to take over since the series began, had the genius idea to let the characters breathe. Instead of intergalactic trials, immortal beings and ninja wars, we get the Turtles hunting for a missing cat and talking about their recent losses. It is a perfect example of less is more, and in 5 issues she has turned this from a series I was losing interest to a favourite once again. Also, it's a great jumping on point for new readers - don't be intimidated by that Issue 101. If you haven't checked out IDW's masterpiece, now is the time.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Christa

    Kinda drops you into the middle of a lot of stuff that has already happened. But I was familiar enough with the franchise over the past 30+ years to get the general idea. Read for comic book club, it was one of the best discussions we've had, albeit virtual. Kinda drops you into the middle of a lot of stuff that has already happened. But I was familiar enough with the franchise over the past 30+ years to get the general idea. Read for comic book club, it was one of the best discussions we've had, albeit virtual.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Andres Pasten

    Interesante partida de este nuevo arco. Después de 100 números las TMNT en IDW mantienen la buena línea.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Stojanovich

    Did not expect this to make me cry MORE THAN ONCE!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Samuel Otten

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ta0paipai

  12. 4 out of 5

    Florian

  13. 4 out of 5

    Forest

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sean Garay-leon

  15. 4 out of 5

    Remy's Dad

  16. 5 out of 5

    Emily McGovern

  17. 4 out of 5

    Peter

  18. 4 out of 5

    David Whalen

  19. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Henrichs

  20. 4 out of 5

    Mike Jozic

  21. 5 out of 5

    Joshua Stevens

  22. 4 out of 5

    Andrew

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kenny Porter

  24. 4 out of 5

    Simon Scholz

  25. 5 out of 5

    Simon

  26. 4 out of 5

    Campo

  27. 4 out of 5

    David McGuff

  28. 4 out of 5

    Katie B (Bisforbookiemonster)

  29. 5 out of 5

    Steve Tussing

  30. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Quinn

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