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    Robots From Tomorrow: Episode 74 – “TMNT: Return to New York” by Eastman and Laird [Rebroadcast]

    By | May 9th, 2019
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    This episode was originally broadcast on May 1, 2014.

    The book that launched the black & white boom of the 1980’s, spawned a thousand imitators, spun off into every conceivable media, and taught millions of kids the names of four Renaissance artists is the subject of this week’s episode.

    While Mike and Greg are ostensibly looking at the “Return to New York” arc of the Mirage-era Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, like everything else Turtles-related, the talk mutates into a green-skinned juggernaut. Find out how the IDW continuity tracks with the original Mirage series, which creator did what on any issue, what prompted the ‘Guest Creator’ era, why there are some issues IDW can’t reprint, and just how much greenbacks Eastman & Laird were making during their heyday.

    Straight from the sewers to your ears via our recording studio deep beneath the Earth’s surface, the Turtle goodness is just a click away!

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    Robots From Tomorrow is a weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike and Greg on Twitter. Enjoy your funny books.


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    Greg Matiasevich

    Greg Matiasevich has read enough author bios that he should be better at coming up with one for himself, yet surprisingly isn't. However, the years of comic reading his parents said would never pay off obviously have, so we'll cut him some slack on that. He lives in Baltimore, co-hosts (with Mike Romeo) the Robots From Tomorrow podcast, posts on his Tumblr blog, and can be followed on Twitter at @GregMatiasevich.

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