ToonCast

ToonCast Beyond – EP 63 – TMNT (2003) – Season 1

In the 63rd episode of ToonCast Beyond Steve Megatron joins TFG1Mike talk about Season 1 of TMNT 2003. So grab some pizza and dig in as we talk about the voice cast, the plot of the season, and our favorite and least favorite parts about the 4Kids series!!!  COWABUNGA!!!! 

Toon Beyond 2016 Pod Art #2

 

Geeks:

Mike “TFG1″ Blanchard

Steve “Megatron” Phillips

Subscribe to us using iTunes or use any other podcatching client by using:

https://feeds.feedburner.com/TooncastBeyond

Download TCB_EP063.mp3

Show More

TFG1Mike

TFG1Mike is a geek with many interests. He has been podcasting for over a decade, and sees no stopping point in sight. From Transformers, He-Man, Batman, Comics, movies, video games, cartoons, and so much more, Mike has a zeal for the things he loves, and he will bring the hammer down on the things that he has a disdain for. He's generally a postive person, but negativity can creep in there. Mike is all about the innuendos and innuendon'ts too. You'll hear him on many of The GCRN podcasts!

2 Comments

  1. I like the first season of TMNT 2003. I noticed how closely it parallel’s the other turtles series, including the new one. I worked up to the Fugitoid episodes of the 2003 series, which they are also doing now in the Nick Turtles series. The 2003 series is a lot of fun, but they need to do a better job with the DVD releases; they’re a mess. I have 3 of the four season one and two season sets. The individual sets from the first season have artwork of the turtles on the spines that look nice when you complete about four volumes, as it produces an image of a turtle. Plus, those DVDs have extras, specifically interviews with Peter Laird, that are not on the season sets from season one.

  2. I like the first season of TMNT 2003. I noticed how closely it parallel’s the other turtles series, including the new one. I worked up to the Fugitoid episodes of the 2003 series, which they are also doing now in the Nick Turtles series. The 2003 series is a lot of fun, but they need to do a better job with the DVD releases; they’re a mess. I have 3 of the four season one and two season sets. The individual sets from the first season have artwork of the turtles on the spines that look nice when you complete about four volumes, as it produces an image of a turtle. Plus, those DVDs have extras, specifically interviews with Peter Laird, that are not on the season sets from season one.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Back to top button
%d bloggers like this: