Teenage mutant ninja turtles: 30th anniversary special

Ce mois-ci, l’éditeur IDW Publishing fêtera les 30 ans des Tortues Ninja avec un album spécial compilant de courtes histoires réalisées par quelques uns des grands noms familiers de la franchise.
A noter qu’en plus de Kevin Eastman et Peter Laird (les créateurs) et Jim Lawson (Superviseur de la quatrième série) on retrouve Gary Carlson, ami de Erik Larsen qui s’occupa de la seule série Tortues Ninja (publiée par Image) considérée hors-canon avant la relance orchestrée par Tom Waltz chez IDW Publishing.

[quote]Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: 30th Anniversary Special #1
Story by Tom Waltz, Gary Carlson, Jim Lawson, Various
Art by Kevin Eastman, Chris Allan, Dan Duncan, Various
Cover by Kevin Eastman, Peter Laird
Publisher IDW
Cover Price: $7.99
Release Date Wed, May 21st, 2014
Celebrate the 30th anniversary of the first TMNT comics with this spectacular anthology of all-new tales from the comic creators who have most influenced the Turtles over the decades! The book will feature short stories from Kevin Eastman, as well as various writers and artists of the Mirage, Image and Archie TMNT! The perfect collection for Turtle fans old and new![/quote]

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[size=150]INTERVIEW DU SCÉNARISTE GARY CARLSON[/size]

[size=150]INTERVIEW DE L’EDITEUR BOBBY CURNOW[/size]

D’après Gary Carlson, l’éditeur IDW Publishing s’apprêterait à rééditer la trentaine de numéros de la série Tortues Ninja publiée originellement par Image Comics dans les années 90. En supplément, deux numéros spéciaux seront alloués à Carlson et au dessinateur Frank Fosco pour leur permettre de conclure leur intrigue correctement.

A noter que cette série est la seule a avoir été boudée par les créateurs et les lecteurs, notamment à cause des changements radicaux que subissaient les héros (l’une des tortues perd sa main, l’autre devient un Cyborg, et un troisième finit par remplacer Shredder à la tête du Clan Foot).

[quote=“Kevin Eastman”]That is a SUPER tough question, as I sincerely liked all of them. For comics, the original “Tales of the TMNT’s”, the Bode issues, Michael Zulli run, and the Veitch series, as well as the original Ken Mitchroni and Chris Allen Archie series, Images run… too many others to name, but each had a heart and soul to them. I feel all of the writers and artists that stepped up really gave them their all. If I had to pick one to put on top, it would have to be the current IDW run, as all those TMNT worlds have left an awesome history to pick and choose and mine for options to include in the playground Tom and the crew have designed.

For other media, hands down it would be Steve Barron’s first TMNT film, and I thought Kevin Munroe’s 2007 animated film was incredibly strong and very well done. The Nickelodeon “Turtles Forever” also ranks at the top of that list. Out of the 280 animated shows we worked on, I thought there were some wonderfully written (and animated) shows, but as most of them were reflective of what was going on at that time, they all have a certain charm. [/quote]

[size=150]INTERVIEW DU CO-CRÉATEUR KEVIN EASTMAN[/size]

[size=150]INTERVIEW DE TOM WALTZ ET DAN DUNCAN[/size]