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The Turtles take the fight to Baxter Stockman, while Karai decrees a "Gauntlet" battle between ancient foes Splinter and Shredder all leading to a final showdown that will determine the fate of NYC, and the world, for years to come! Collects: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #48–50. The Turtles take the fight to Baxter Stockman, while Karai decrees a "Gauntlet" battle between ancient foes Splinter and Shredder all leading to a final showdown that will determine the fate of NYC, and the world, for years to come! Collects: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #48–50.


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The Turtles take the fight to Baxter Stockman, while Karai decrees a "Gauntlet" battle between ancient foes Splinter and Shredder all leading to a final showdown that will determine the fate of NYC, and the world, for years to come! Collects: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #48–50. The Turtles take the fight to Baxter Stockman, while Karai decrees a "Gauntlet" battle between ancient foes Splinter and Shredder all leading to a final showdown that will determine the fate of NYC, and the world, for years to come! Collects: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #48–50.

30 review for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Volume 13: Vengeance, Part 2

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jayson

    (A) 85% | Extraordinary Notes: Frankly fantastic, a fire finale, full of familial feeling, fortitude, and fierce fights, finishing fateful and future-forward.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    The final battle between Splinter and Shredder. Damn, it looked good. Ties up most of the loose ends of the last 50 issues and leads off in a new direction. It's amazing how good this book looks when IDW enlists some bigger artists on the book. Cory Smith does a fantastic job here. The final battle between Splinter and Shredder. Damn, it looked good. Ties up most of the loose ends of the last 50 issues and leads off in a new direction. It's amazing how good this book looks when IDW enlists some bigger artists on the book. Cory Smith does a fantastic job here.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Georgina Price

    I LOVED this graphic novel. The book starts where the last graphic novel left off. A giant fight is brewing and the story doesn't disappoint. There are conclusions to a lot of unanswered questions so far, which is fantastic. I'm not sure how I feel about the new Foot Clan Leader, but time will tell how this story will develop. The turtles are in character and the many fights left me feeling very satisfied. Donatello AKA Metalhead was a little bit of a negative to me. The whole sorry episode that I LOVED this graphic novel. The book starts where the last graphic novel left off. A giant fight is brewing and the story doesn't disappoint. There are conclusions to a lot of unanswered questions so far, which is fantastic. I'm not sure how I feel about the new Foot Clan Leader, but time will tell how this story will develop. The turtles are in character and the many fights left me feeling very satisfied. Donatello AKA Metalhead was a little bit of a negative to me. The whole sorry episode that left Donny seemingly dead was too contrived; however this storyline has been concluded in a wonderful way. There are story arcs finishing all round with this book and now the team is open to new adventures with new enemies. This is my favourite graphic novel of IDW so far. It feels as if the story has come full circle and if the books ended now, then I wouldn't be disappointed by the series. Hopefully, there will be many more graphic novels to come... but right at this moment, they got it just right. I won't say too much more because I don't want to spoil anyone's experience of it but I think it was well worth reading all thirteen books to get here.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Michael Church

    I thoroughly enjoyed this, but there wasn't really a whole lot of substance. It's another volume that caps off the story arc that's been building up for a little while. There are some interesting seeds being planted. I love the treatment of Mikey and Alopex. Some stuff with Splinter kind of detracts from or slows down the pace, but it's all deliberate and it's about the only depth in the book. The art is consistently solid. I've really grown to love Santolouco's style and these character designs I thoroughly enjoyed this, but there wasn't really a whole lot of substance. It's another volume that caps off the story arc that's been building up for a little while. There are some interesting seeds being planted. I love the treatment of Mikey and Alopex. Some stuff with Splinter kind of detracts from or slows down the pace, but it's all deliberate and it's about the only depth in the book. The art is consistently solid. I've really grown to love Santolouco's style and these character designs. It's been a fun ride, but I'm just not sure if I'm still invested enough to start another arc. I might be dropping this since it looks like it falls in interest a little bit after this. Plus, I'm looking for a reason to downsize the number of titles I'm following and this is a great place to stop.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ryan Stewart

    Pushes "City Fall" for the honor of 'best story' to come out of this 50-issue run and I don't make that statement lightly. This arc, particularly Part 2, is a thrill ride with high stakes and lasting consequences. The art is top notch and gives anything else in the industry a run for its money. Lastly, Waltz and Eastman just get it. I know Eastman co-created the Turtles, but I feel they've never been as fleshed out and identifiable as they are now. This run is something special and look forward Pushes "City Fall" for the honor of 'best story' to come out of this 50-issue run and I don't make that statement lightly. This arc, particularly Part 2, is a thrill ride with high stakes and lasting consequences. The art is top notch and gives anything else in the industry a run for its money. Lastly, Waltz and Eastman just get it. I know Eastman co-created the Turtles, but I feel they've never been as fleshed out and identifiable as they are now. This run is something special and look forward to where the journey goes from here.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    The time has come. Clan Hamato Vs. Clan Foot. Winner takes all. As Shredder nicely put it last volume; this isn't just about retribution - this is....Vengeance. And there we go. Volume 12 was the calm before the storm, but this second half of Vengeance knocks it out of the park. I've talked a lot about how this book has many moving parts that are always feeding the upcoming stories, but it's nice to see the series pared back to just the Turtles and Splinter vs. Shredder for once, which has a very The time has come. Clan Hamato Vs. Clan Foot. Winner takes all. As Shredder nicely put it last volume; this isn't just about retribution - this is....Vengeance. And there we go. Volume 12 was the calm before the storm, but this second half of Vengeance knocks it out of the park. I've talked a lot about how this book has many moving parts that are always feeding the upcoming stories, but it's nice to see the series pared back to just the Turtles and Splinter vs. Shredder for once, which has a very Daredevil-esque ending that I would likely not have seen coming if I hadn't read the blurbs on a few upcoming trades, but that's on me. And of course, there's still a few little teasers like the person that helps repair Donnie (that was fast!), Kitsune and Alopex's little teté a teté, and Baxter Stockman escaping into the night (again), but overall Vengeance is a perfect culmination of everything the Turtles have been working for since day 1, and the landscape of the title has definitely changed now. The art is mainly Cory Smith, although he and Santolouco tag-team the mega-sized issue 50. These two joining the book is what I think really kicked the series into high gear for me, and I'm glad the pair of them got to share something as iconic as issue 50. Vengeance is one of those rare 'this title will never be the same again' type storylines that actually delivers. The status quo for the Turtles is definitely going to change going forward, and I can't wait to see what happens in the next 50 issues!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ben

    Well f**k me sideways and call me Sally, this one was intense. I was genuinely shocked. It starts off routinely enough with the Turtles battling Shredder, but some masterful writing ratchets up the tension so slowly and carefully that at some point you realize this time is different, that there's no way out except for some major stuff to go down. And oh, it does. The result is both a satisfying ending to an exceptionally good 50-issue run, as well as an exciting new beginning for what I presume Well f**k me sideways and call me Sally, this one was intense. I was genuinely shocked. It starts off routinely enough with the Turtles battling Shredder, but some masterful writing ratchets up the tension so slowly and carefully that at some point you realize this time is different, that there's no way out except for some major stuff to go down. And oh, it does. The result is both a satisfying ending to an exceptionally good 50-issue run, as well as an exciting new beginning for what I presume is the next 50. I'll just say it: Vengeance > City Fall. My only gripe is that nothing especially interesting was ever done with Donatello being in Metalhead's body. I think they could've gone a lot of places with that, and they just didn't. Missed opportunity, I think.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Williams

    Whoa. Totally worth reading this 50 issue story. Growing up with the turtles, it's extremely satisfying to have a team spin a tale that is aimed at our generation, and not children. Goes to show, as I've always said, that there is more to TMNT than some kid's franchise. Fans who appreciate and recognize that the original movie is ACTUALLY good will love this series. And what a conclusion! Change of status quo like you wouldn't imagine! Wouldn't want to give anything away, but let's just say the Whoa. Totally worth reading this 50 issue story. Growing up with the turtles, it's extremely satisfying to have a team spin a tale that is aimed at our generation, and not children. Goes to show, as I've always said, that there is more to TMNT than some kid's franchise. Fans who appreciate and recognize that the original movie is ACTUALLY good will love this series. And what a conclusion! Change of status quo like you wouldn't imagine! Wouldn't want to give anything away, but let's just say the role Splinter and the turtles fill in the following issues will be different from anything ever done before. I'm also excited for the team up with batman coming up! Genius!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Robert

    Sometimes a great volume really can be as simple as FIGHT! FIGHT! FIGHT!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Bolivar

    Couldn't put the book down TMNT 50. Truly a great way to end the installment of this series and well done by @kevineastman86. Looks like it's finally time for Mikey's story in the books to come. Couldn't put the book down TMNT 50. Truly a great way to end the installment of this series and well done by @kevineastman86. Looks like it's finally time for Mikey's story in the books to come.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Rocky Sunico

    This was quite the "final" confrontation between Splinter and Shredder following ancient rites of the Foot Clan. Sure, we had to go through a weird Baxter Stockman battle that came to a most unusual end, but that was just warm-up material. Things were brought back on track to be about honor and the rules and rites of the clan that once bound two great men with their respective mutant creations needing to battle things out to come to a final judgment of sorts. This book does set up an interesting This was quite the "final" confrontation between Splinter and Shredder following ancient rites of the Foot Clan. Sure, we had to go through a weird Baxter Stockman battle that came to a most unusual end, but that was just warm-up material. Things were brought back on track to be about honor and the rules and rites of the clan that once bound two great men with their respective mutant creations needing to battle things out to come to a final judgment of sorts. This book does set up an interesting new status quo for next stories for this comic and I'm very curious to see how things will go.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Nick

    Just when you think you know what you’re getting into...this volume lets you know that you are and will always be wrong with this series. The ending will flip your whole childhood upside down, but not in a bad way.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jon

    Yooooo this one was good. It took such an interesting (and epic) turn at the end.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Andres Pasten

    Se me hizo demasiado breve, tremendo el arte de Santoluoco. Buen nivel, pero creo que el volumen 11 fue superior.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Adam Fisher

    Continuing their war against the robots of Baxter Stockman seen in the last Volume, the 3 turtles, Metalhead (holding the conscious spirit of Donatello) and Splinter seem to be holding their own, but are quickly being surrounded. Enter Karai and the Foot Clan. They dispatch of the bots and convince Splinter to challenge Shredder to "The Gauntlet", seeing this as a honorable way of stopping this war between them. The fight between Shredder and Splinter is epic and the end just takes your breath aw Continuing their war against the robots of Baxter Stockman seen in the last Volume, the 3 turtles, Metalhead (holding the conscious spirit of Donatello) and Splinter seem to be holding their own, but are quickly being surrounded. Enter Karai and the Foot Clan. They dispatch of the bots and convince Splinter to challenge Shredder to "The Gauntlet", seeing this as a honorable way of stopping this war between them. The fight between Shredder and Splinter is epic and the end just takes your breath away (or at least someone's head LOL). As the Foot Clan sees a new leader take the place of the old, Michaelangelo, not able to handle the chaotic turn of events, leaves to gather himself for a bit. This series just continues to entertain me. Having so long between Volumes is a bit uncomfortable, but the story is not too chaotic that it can't be followed. Seen last Volume, and talked about with the Rat King, where are "the demons"? High recommend.

  16. 5 out of 5

    sucker4synth

    Donatello's body has been badly damaged. While his friends work tirelessly to save him his consciousness inhabits a robot turtle so that Donatello can aid his family against the Shredder. They seek vengeance for the violence, but is it the correct path? It seems that no matter how weirdly mystical things get, it's totally acceptable. Reincarnated Japanese ninjas, some of whom happen to be animals that happened to be experimented on and become anthropomorphic, just in time to battle their old foe Donatello's body has been badly damaged. While his friends work tirelessly to save him his consciousness inhabits a robot turtle so that Donatello can aid his family against the Shredder. They seek vengeance for the violence, but is it the correct path? It seems that no matter how weirdly mystical things get, it's totally acceptable. Reincarnated Japanese ninjas, some of whom happen to be animals that happened to be experimented on and become anthropomorphic, just in time to battle their old foes? Why not? Robot turtle convenient for use when you lie dying with your shell split open? Of course! The writing hooks you. I am so invested in this series!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jeremiah

    Yes!!!!! Omg! This issue was so satisfying. It even seems like a PERFECT end to the series! But it's not! Looking forward to seeing where the series goes from here! Also, Donnie coming in and whacking Bebop and Rocksteady with his new metal staff and calling them stupid was soooooooo satisfying! Yes!!!!! Omg! This issue was so satisfying. It even seems like a PERFECT end to the series! But it's not! Looking forward to seeing where the series goes from here! Also, Donnie coming in and whacking Bebop and Rocksteady with his new metal staff and calling them stupid was soooooooo satisfying!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

    This book was an epic conclusion to an awesome arc. Plot twists aplenty, all of them adding to the build-up and leaving you wanting more at the end. Awesome!!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Nicolas Ronvel

    Il est temps de régler quelques comptes. Et autant le dire, cet épisode fait la part belle à la baston. C'est dynamique, puissant, et les cartes sont redistribuées après coup. Il est temps de régler quelques comptes. Et autant le dire, cet épisode fait la part belle à la baston. C'est dynamique, puissant, et les cartes sont redistribuées après coup.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jesper Brun

  21. 5 out of 5

    Ray

  22. 5 out of 5

    Douglas

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

  24. 4 out of 5

    Craig Burchett

  25. 5 out of 5

    Nate

  26. 4 out of 5

    Dawid

  27. 5 out of 5

    robert lee baldwin

  28. 5 out of 5

    Emma

  29. 4 out of 5

    Dustin Glaseman

  30. 4 out of 5

    David

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