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Some TMNT stuff was always meant for grownups. Eastman and Laird’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is an American comic book published on and off by Mirage Studios since May 1984. The concept originated from an evening of casual brainstorming. Kevin Eastman drew a picture of a turtle with nunchaku strapped to his arms.

Peter Laird thought a slow turtle as a ninja was very funny. Eventually, they created a team of four turtles, each specializing in a different weapon. The traffic accident and truck carrying radioactive waste that caused the turtles mutation was an allusion to Daredevil’s origin. Also in this series rather than having unique mask colors all bandannas were red. This is a much darker and grittier version of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

In 2009 Peter Laird sold the Turtles to Viacom, the parent company of Nickelodeon. The concept originated from a comical drawing sketched out by Kevin Eastman during a casual evening of brainstorming with his friend Peter Laird. After conceiving the Turtles’ mentor as a rat who had come from Japan and was a ninja master, Eastman and Laird thought of giving the turtles Japanese names, but as Laird explained, “we couldn’t think of authentic-sounding Japanese names”. Instead they went with Renaissance artists, and picked the four they were most familiar with, with the help of Laird’s copy of Janson’s History of Art. 2 of Eastman and Laird’s comic book, Gobbledygook, as well as in the Comic Buyers’ Guide. The book premiered in May of 1984 at a comic book convention in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.