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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Animated crimefighting exploits of the part-human, part-turtle martial-arts masters, who also became film and merchandising stars and had a 30-minute syndicated show and 60-minute network series. Famous for the word `Cowabunga,' they were interviewed by Ba (more…)

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The Day the Earth Disappeared Season 10, Episode 7 Oct 26, 1996 $1.99

Lord Dregg has managed to open a gigantic portal that is large enough to pull the entire Earth into Dimension X. While trying to figure out how to stop it, Leonardo, Donatello and Master Splinter are pulled through the portal, after Dregg turns the portal on them.

Mobster from Dimension X Season 10, Episode 6 Oct 20, 1996 $1.99

A slimy amoeba-like mobster from Dimension X, known as the GlobFather, steals the Protein Computer. The GlobFather is working for Dregg and Dregg plans to use the Protein Computer to hack into all of Earth's telecommunications systems and military computers, to control them via his own brain.

The Return of Dregg Season 10, Episode 1 Paid

While the Turtles work on using fragments of the Vortex Crystal to stabilize their mutations, Lord Dregg plans to use the fragments to create another Vortex Crystal to power his Vortex Transporter. Meanwhile, Dregg's second-in-command, HiTech, is blasted into space, to be replaced by Dregg's top scientist, Mung, as his new second-in-command.

Doomquest Season 9, Episode 8 Paid

An interdimensional being called Doomquest comes to Earth to try to get a powerful crystal from Lord Dregg. The turtles find that their unstable mutations are now starting to cause them to lose their intelligence whenever they mutate into their new forms. In the end, April is able to successfully expose Lord Dregg's true intentions to the world.

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Animated crimefighting exploits of the part-human, part-turtle martial-arts masters, who also became film and merchandising stars and had a 30-minute syndicated show and 60-minute network series. Famous for the word `Cowabunga,' they were interviewed by Ba (more…)