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It's a whole new world out there, one where there are more mutants than ever before, but that doesn't mean life has gotten any easier! The mutagen bomb's fallout continues to affect NYC in increasingly disturbing ways. As the government struggles to come to grips with a growing humanitarian crisis, mutants start to go missing. The TMNT trace the clues to the waterfront and It's a whole new world out there, one where there are more mutants than ever before, but that doesn't mean life has gotten any easier! The mutagen bomb's fallout continues to affect NYC in increasingly disturbing ways. As the government struggles to come to grips with a growing humanitarian crisis, mutants start to go missing. The TMNT trace the clues to the waterfront and find something terrifying that is now living in the depths! Meanwhile, a falling out between Baxter and April could have dire consequences for Mutant Town. But life somehow finds a way to move forward, and in a standalone story that delves deeper into the denizens of Mutant Town, follow three interconnected stories as the TMNT immerse themselves in their new home. Collects issues #106-111 of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series.


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It's a whole new world out there, one where there are more mutants than ever before, but that doesn't mean life has gotten any easier! The mutagen bomb's fallout continues to affect NYC in increasingly disturbing ways. As the government struggles to come to grips with a growing humanitarian crisis, mutants start to go missing. The TMNT trace the clues to the waterfront and It's a whole new world out there, one where there are more mutants than ever before, but that doesn't mean life has gotten any easier! The mutagen bomb's fallout continues to affect NYC in increasingly disturbing ways. As the government struggles to come to grips with a growing humanitarian crisis, mutants start to go missing. The TMNT trace the clues to the waterfront and find something terrifying that is now living in the depths! Meanwhile, a falling out between Baxter and April could have dire consequences for Mutant Town. But life somehow finds a way to move forward, and in a standalone story that delves deeper into the denizens of Mutant Town, follow three interconnected stories as the TMNT immerse themselves in their new home. Collects issues #106-111 of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series.

30 review for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Reborn, Volume 2 – Life After Death

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jayson

    (B+) 78% | Good Notes: Starting super sitcom-y soft, it subsequently strengthens, sprouting some steely, spirited scenes and sizable surprises.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Robert

    Sophie Campbell is maintaining the high standards I've come to expect from this title and then some. Most refreshing of all? Seeing the Turtles do some proper Ninja stuff for a change! I feel the creative team is doing a wonderful job balancing the need to help us get to know the newer/secondary characters while at the same time spending quality time with the Fab Four Originals. Definitely looking forward to the next volume! (view spoiler)[ Go big or go home! (hide spoiler)] ["br"]>["br"]>["br Sophie Campbell is maintaining the high standards I've come to expect from this title and then some. Most refreshing of all? Seeing the Turtles do some proper Ninja stuff for a change! I feel the creative team is doing a wonderful job balancing the need to help us get to know the newer/secondary characters while at the same time spending quality time with the Fab Four Originals. Definitely looking forward to the next volume! (view spoiler)[ Go big or go home! (hide spoiler)]

  3. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    The world has changed, and the Turtles are still trying to make the best of it. A new creature lurks in the sewers of Mutant Town, but is the Slithery friend, or foe? After the recovery arc previously, TMNT doesn't exactly kick back into high gear as slowly start to creep towards something bigger again. They (and the writers) are still feeling out the new status quo, so the villains aren't quite as big as we're used to as this point. The Slithery for example isn't a huge deal compared to say, The The world has changed, and the Turtles are still trying to make the best of it. A new creature lurks in the sewers of Mutant Town, but is the Slithery friend, or foe? After the recovery arc previously, TMNT doesn't exactly kick back into high gear as slowly start to creep towards something bigger again. They (and the writers) are still feeling out the new status quo, so the villains aren't quite as big as we're used to as this point. The Slithery for example isn't a huge deal compared to say, The Shredder, but then there's developments with Baxter Stockman that will likely cause issues later on. The rest of the volume post-Slithery story is one-and-done stories, but they're expanding the world and exploring how the mutagen bomb has affected the people that are now under the Turtles' protection. It's nice that a series that has been running this long is able to take a beat and breathe, rather than just plowing head first into whatever's next; it makes the world feel real, rather than just a constant parade of battles to fight. Sophie Campbell steps back as artist and we get Nelson Daniel to fill-in to begin with, who is fine. Then Jodi Nishijima pops up, and her work is the perfect complement to Campbell's previous contributions; the pair would make a great tag-team in a perfect world, they have very similar and yet distinct styles. This second Reborn volume shows that even though issue 100 is getting further away, it will continue to have an impact for a very long time to come. Campbell's scripts keep the characters front and centre, while continuing to show that the world is just as big a part as the people who punch each other in it.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Rob Schamberger

    It’s astonishing just how good the Reborn material is. It’s really, really good.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Adam Stone

    I have't really talked with any lifelong TMNT fans to know how they feel about the Sophie Campbell Reborn era books. So if you are a fan, take my review with a grain of salt. But if you're just a reader in search of a cool entry point for turtle stories, read on. I saw the first two live action TMNT movies in theatres when I was a kid. I watched the cartoon show. As I got older, I read the comics, and ... ehhh. I'm just not super into Kevin Eastman's style of writing. I'm not going to call him te I have't really talked with any lifelong TMNT fans to know how they feel about the Sophie Campbell Reborn era books. So if you are a fan, take my review with a grain of salt. But if you're just a reader in search of a cool entry point for turtle stories, read on. I saw the first two live action TMNT movies in theatres when I was a kid. I watched the cartoon show. As I got older, I read the comics, and ... ehhh. I'm just not super into Kevin Eastman's style of writing. I'm not going to call him terrible, I just feel like his stories wash over me without me really caring about any characters. More often than not, reading a TMNT comic will remind me of another comic series/event/graphuc novel that I liked more, and I'll end up reading that instead. He's just not my style. Sophie Campbell is. The Reborn era takes place after a bomb has gone off in ... wherever it is that the Turtles live, it doesn't matter ... and a chunk of people are turned into mutants who resemble other mammals, birds, reptiles, or amphibians. This is a flip of our protagonists, who were turtles who were mutated to resemble people. The population has been sent to a particular burrough where the city doesn't provide electriity, wifi, or or other basic amenities. But the turtles try and keep the city livable, while expanding their dojo so that more mutants can learn to defend themselves. Also, their journalist friend works for the mayor, who is a long-time antagonist of the turtles. You don't need to know any of the history, it's just fun context. I never felt lost reading this book, even though my knowledge of the comics is pretty limited. Instead, I started to take an interest in each of the characters and how they interacted. Unlike previous volumes, the characters weren't just stating the plot, describing the fighting they were doing, or monologuing their emotional reactions. The relationships and situations flowed organically. The characters zinged each other, and supported each other, and felt fully fleshed out in a way I wasn't expecting. If you've ever been looking for an entry point into TMNT that's recent and has solid, modern writing, than pick up Volume one of this series, and keep reading, because it is all kinds of fun.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sheldon

    "Ralph runs away all the time and we still love him" There's some good zingers in this volume as the denizens of Mutantown settle in. Don helps fix the school up, Mikey works on a pirate radio station, Raph gets some new wheels and Jennika works on re-learning guitar with her fat turtle fingers. I'm digging this new status quo. "Ralph runs away all the time and we still love him" There's some good zingers in this volume as the denizens of Mutantown settle in. Don helps fix the school up, Mikey works on a pirate radio station, Raph gets some new wheels and Jennika works on re-learning guitar with her fat turtle fingers. I'm digging this new status quo.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Dubzor

    3.5 Sophie's lack of presence as both writer and artist is very much apparent, and the overall volume suffers from it. However the last two issues seems her return as writer and gets much stronger. Though she doesn't pick up the pencil for these issues, the substitute artists do a fine job. 3.5 Sophie's lack of presence as both writer and artist is very much apparent, and the overall volume suffers from it. However the last two issues seems her return as writer and gets much stronger. Though she doesn't pick up the pencil for these issues, the substitute artists do a fine job.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Andres Pasten

    Un 3,5 en rigor. Campbell sigue sembrando, pero pareciera que fuera mucho ya para las TMNT para tener en contra. Alguna vez tendrán aliados más robustos y permanentes?

  9. 5 out of 5

    Larakaa

    Sophie Cambpells continues her run as head writer and delivers the best TMNT stories I've read so far. And I've been a fan since my early childhood. Sophie Cambpells continues her run as head writer and delivers the best TMNT stories I've read so far. And I've been a fan since my early childhood.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Benton

  11. 4 out of 5

    Shaun

  12. 4 out of 5

    Andrew

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jamie Fugate

  14. 5 out of 5

    Brandon Martin

  15. 5 out of 5

    Chaz4488

  16. 5 out of 5

    Nathan Hunter

  17. 5 out of 5

    Grant

  18. 4 out of 5

    Pat

  19. 4 out of 5

    Samuel Otten

  20. 5 out of 5

    Shawn Hogan

  21. 4 out of 5

    Paul Streeter

  22. 4 out of 5

    Galen

  23. 5 out of 5

    Nick Taylor

  24. 5 out of 5

    Dustin Glaseman

  25. 5 out of 5

    Daniel

  26. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Quinn

  27. 5 out of 5

    TDG505

  28. 5 out of 5

    Remy's Dad

  29. 4 out of 5

    Xander

  30. 4 out of 5

    Danny

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