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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vol. 4HDTV-Y7

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The Turtles face Shredder’s new deadly assassin and uncover a new Kraang plot. They’ll also encounter more mutants, discover more about the mysterious Kraang species, and venture into new realms.

Customer Reviews


Shelling out awesomeness!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I hate Volumes…(rating goes to iTunes, not the show)

I really do not like Volumes because it’s not the WHOLE season it’s HALF of the season, the whole point of a SEASON pass is to get the WHOLE season not HALF, I remember two years ago a full season as around 24 to 30 dollars now I have to pay that much for half a season, thanks for trying to scam us iTunes >:(

Terrific Show. Awkward ‘seasons’ in iTunes

This show is amazing and the animations (particularly the fights) are getting better and better as they go. Voice cast is top-notch and any fan of the TMNT brand will be right at home with this new iteration, despite any doubts you might have about the visual stylization. I highly recommend this show to any 80’s/90’s kids out there like me, that love the turtles and enjoy well crafted animation.

I will say that the way iTunes delivers episodes is annoying, having the ‘Mutation of a Scene’ special features appearing as though they are actual episodes throws off organization (and varies from volume to volume). I am also not a fan of breaking seasons up into these ‘volumes’ with little-to-no indication when a volume has concluded and a new one is available. The fact that I am buying a ‘season pass’ but only getting half a season does feel a bit off. The show is solid enough to warrant the double dipping but it is irksome that this is the approach Nick have adopted.