The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles made waves with their newest animated movie, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem. The current film was so successful {that a} sequel is within the works and an animated sequence will arrive on Nickelodeon. Whereas the Turtle Brothers have seen their justifiable share of crossovers up to now, with the likes of Batman and the Energy Rangers, there was one samurai rabbit that they’ve encountered a handful of occasions. A current author for the franchise confirmed that he needs to see one other meet-up between the samurai and ninja.

Usagi Yojimbo first hit the scene in 1984 because of his preliminary comedian e book sequence, which has continued beneath the Darkish Horse Comics’ banner. Usagi and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles exist in numerous worlds, making a crossover between them usually which means that both the turtle brothers or the samurai rabbit must some dimension hopping to facilitate the meet-up. In 1989, Usagi met the animated Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles of their authentic animated sequence, marking the primary time that the samurai rabbit had hit the small display screen. Usagi would return within the 2003 TMNT sequence, making essentially the most appearances in any prior animated show. Lastly, Usagi would return within the 2017 animated sequence with a computer-generated makeover.

Usagi x Turtles

In a current interview with Cartoon Base, author Ron Corcillo expressed an curiosity in seeing a brand new tackle this acquainted crossover. Corcillo was a author for Rise of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, which by no means had the chance to inject the samurai rabbit into its veins. This is what Corcillo needed to say when requested if he’d be all the way down to create a brand new crossover, “After all. Yojimbo crossovers are all the time enjoyable. I might think about one where his dimension has been overrun by the Krang, and he involves our dimension to hunt the Turtles’ assist as a result of they’re the one ones who’ve ever defeated the Krang.”

Usagi Yojimbo’s newest animated look arrived because of Netflix in Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles. This is how the streaming service describes the current sequence, “A teenage rabbit wanting to turn out to be a real samurai groups up together with his new warrior mates to guard their metropolis from Yokai monsters, ninjas and evil aliens.”

Through Cartoon Base