April 15, 2004 15:22 pdt
Hmm... "Sewer Slime Power Gel" toothpaste...
March 17, 2004 06:29 pst
Just in case you weren't already aware, the Turtle show now airs an hour earlier then it use to. Please double check your local television listings for the current timeslot.
January 29, 2004 05:26 pst
A large chunk of KB Toys stores are beginning to liquidate their inventory since filing for bankruptsy late last year. There's about 350 stores that will start selling off their toys starting today. Here is an Adobe Acrobat file that lists what stores will have their toys on sale starting today until around February 11th. Time to go TurtyToy shopping!
January 13, 2004 16:45 pst
Some of you might have noticed the new commercials on American t.v. advertising the new Ninja Turtle Burger King toy promotion. You can see a small preview of the toys at the Burger King Kids Meal website. Totally kewl! My Michaelagelo-skateboard guy keeps falling off his fire hydrant though :) There are a total of 5 different toys.
In other news, you might run by your local Target retail store. Some of them have started putting last year's toys on clearance. I picked up the Sewer Playset for only $20 (compared to it's full retail price of $40), a keychain for $1.50, and a small boys jacket for only $5.
December 01, 2003 06:38 pst
4Kids Entertainment, Inc. announced today that it has licensed the U.S. cable television rights to the first 40 episodes of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to Cartoon Network. These episodes of the animated series will be part of Cartoon Network's lineup beginning Spring 2004, joining new revivals of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and Transformers. All three were big properties in the eighties.
According to 4Kids Entertainment, the new Ninja Turtles series will continue all first-run broadcasts of new episodes on the FOX BOX, 4Kids Entertainment's weekend morning four-hour program block. 4Kids has already picked up the series for the 2004-2005 broadcast season. In addition, 4Kids will continue to be able to broadcast the first 40 episodes of the series on the FOX BOX.
"The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have won the hearts of a whole new generation of fans," said Al Kahn, Chairman and CEO of 4Kids Entertainment. "We're pleased to be able to broadcast the series with Cartoon Network. Now that we're adding the Cartoon Network audience, we're certain that many more kids across the country will become part of the growing craze and get 'Turtle-ized.'"
Presently, two existing 4Kids Entertainment properties air on Cartoon Network. In addition to their broadcast airings on Kids' WB!, Pokemon and YU-GI-OH! air weekdays on Cartoon Network, garnering high ratings.
October 31, 2003 18:07 pst
hahahahahahahahah... the Turtle video game rocks...
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