Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Volume 4: Sins of the Fathers

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Volume Sins of the Fathers The forces of good and evil marshal on multiple fronts in Sins of the Fathers The Turtles have a new mission but Shredder s ambitions could put an end to it before they begin Plus Krang unveils his

  • Title: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Volume 4: Sins of the Fathers
  • Author: Tom Waltz Kevin Eastman Andy Kuhn
  • ISBN: 9781613775684
  • Page: 135
  • Format: Paperback
  • The forces of good and evil marshal on multiple fronts in Sins of the Fathers The Turtles have a new mission, but Shredder s ambitions could put an end to it before they begin Plus, Krang unveils his master plan How far will the Turtles go to defend themselves Collects issues 13 16.

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  • Tom Waltz Kevin Eastman Andy Kuhn

    Tom Waltz is the Senior Staff Writer and Editor in IDW Publishing, better known as the writer of the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles titles.

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  • Gets four, but because the story was good. Unfortunately the art was Well pretty terrible. It was hard to get to it st first, but once you kinda focus more on the words and less on the art of wasn't too bad. Maybe a 3.5 but we'll for with 4


  • WOW! The contrast between 1) A new enemy, 2) Setting up some more long term future storylines (Technodrome!!!) and 3) The deep reflective "our actions, based on our emotions, have ramifications that last forever" all combine here to make the best Volume so far. Each of these Volumes feel like watching a 2 part episode of the show from my childhood, but delivered with a tone and seriousness that you would never think could come from the mouths of mutants and aliens.If you ever liked TMNT, you sho [...]


  • Metele que en la primera lectura le promedié para abajo porque el cambio de dibujante de Duncan a Kuhn me pareció para mal. Y si bien me sigue gustando más Duncan, narrativamente es muy interesante lo que hace Kuhn, así que una vez que me acostumbré a su estilo más "feísta", no tuve problema en disfrutar de sus poco agraciadas pero carismáticas Tortugas.En cuanto al guion, tenemos dos partes bien diferenciadas: La primera mitad está dedicada al dilema moral que enfrenta Rapha cuando dec [...]


  • Sins of the Father's main showcase topic is abuse and if you're uncomfortable with these topics or situations then you better prepare yourself before you read this. From familial to the classic good vs. evil scenario, this volume takes a even darker turn of events as the aftershock of facing the Shredder again are still fresh in the minds of our heroes. Though the art was not my personal favorite, I still felt the emotion through the moments between the characters. Overall this volume provides a [...]



  • Cuarto tomo, en el que se despliega el segundo gran ciclo argumental y se arranca el segundo año de publicación original USA. En portada: Los cuatro contra Slash.


  • I honestly don't know why everyone is giving this 4 and 5 stars. Yes, there were some great moments and yes, it's still a fantastic title, but it's also terribly flawed. The dialogue continues to be a bit repetitive and things tend to work out a bit too predictably for my taste. I was really pleased with how deeply the title actually penetrated into the themes and stories in the volume. Even some of the more obscure ones like what's happening with Krang had involvement from his father. The secon [...]


  • Having missed the first three installments of this reboot of the TMNT. Nostalgia was a factor in my choice in reading this book. I grew up with the ooze. I was Donatello for Halloween. I owned their playing cards, the movies. Figurines. I'm partial to the old script, no matter how illogical, how corny. It's ingrained in my psyche. In this reboot, it appears Splinter and the Turtles are in fact reincarnated beings manifested in an industrial accident. Granted, the story is a bit more extensively [...]


  • The story is absolutely great, taking the tale of reincarnation and solidifying the vast cast of characters. But I do so greatly miss the art style from the previous trades/comics. While the art style is unique, I just don't think it fits well with the TMNT universe, especially considering the great art that came before it.That aside, I will iterate how strong the story is, both becoming both more mature and filled with action. Slash is a fantastic reinvention with a great backstory (for the TMN [...]


  • This volume shows the Turtles trying to move on after their latest battles. That, however is one of my issues with the collection. Every volume so far has been about, essentially the same thing: argue, battle, regroup, repeat. I enjoy the interaction between the turtles, I just wish there was more it, especially them getting along, not just bickering. Don't get me wrong, its a good read but getting repetitive. The art is also very rushed looking here as many background characters don't even have [...]


  • En este tomo tenemos dos minisagas consecutivas que exploran nuevas aristas de los queridos personajes: Splinter jugando a ser asesino no llega a ser convincente del todo pero sí perturbador y bueno generando suspenso en la primera saga. Y en la segunda, el pobre Slash tiene que pelear no sólo contra su naturaleza sino contra cuanto bicho, soldado o persona se le cruce por delante, y seguro termine pagando de más por su salida al mundo. Me quedo con un par de observaciones en "Privates notes" [...]


  • The fourth volume of the TMNT IDW relaunch did not fail to hit its mark. Again the success of the series is how it seamlessly meshes what I fell in love with as a kid and adds new characters and mythos into the mix. This volume introduced one of my favorite characters and I am looking forward to reading the future novels to see where the story goes and hopefully see more of my favorite characters introduced.


  • Wow.This volume was when the series reached the potential I thought it had from the first volume! Amazing and touching story about family and the inherent conflict that sometimes comes along with that. We get some amazing character development as well as some bonkers plot development!Definitely impressed by this volume!!!


  • I enjoyed this and am continuing to enjoy the run, cool to see more of the Turtles origins and the links to Hamato Yoshi, Tang Shen and Oroku Saki. I guess I am buzzing off this - enjoying watching the Nickolodeon series with my son and fondly remembering the comics, games and TV shows from my youth. Not loving it but sticking with this.


  • It gets a little annoying after a while, My praise for the IDW turtles books. I won't go into again, all I will say is if you are around my age (31) and Ninja Turtles were a part of your childhood, these books can make you relieve the fun you had with these characters, without feeling like some old weirdo reading a book about cartoon characters. Enjoy!


  • OMG phenomenal! They've brought back so many goofy characters and plot devices and made them viable, relatable, and believable. I've been loving this reboot from volume one (aside from the whole reincarnation thing) but Vol. 4 is really kicking it up a notch.


  • This volume isn't as good as the last one but it holds well for character development. Once again there are some tie ins with the micro-series which I did not read first but everything still made sense. The ending has a decent set up for things to come. Good read.- V.



  • Want to know how much the Michael Bay film gets the Turtles wrong? Read this comic and just wait for the tears to come as Mikey gets his heart broken. THAT is how you do the Turtles right.





  • The Good: SLASH!! Great story overall, especially with the focus on lethal force.The Bad: none whatsoeverNotes: Another solid story keeping this latest TMNT series headed full steam ahead.


  • slow at first but picks upThe story really slows down for the first part of the story but Slash is introduced and it really picks up.


  • Light and breezy. The art is serviceable, and the nods to the rich and silly history of TMNT are great. Also Slash shows up. Gotta love Slash.


  • The relationship between Splinter and the turtles is definitely "one for the books" ah? See what I did there? ;-)



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