TMNT's New Shock Origin Changes the Most Controversial Turtle Forever


Venus de Milo, the controversial sister of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, emerges from the shadows 

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forges a dazzling new identity. After years of neglect, Venus reappeared in IDW's publishing continuity 

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when a series of Frankenstein-inspired body horrors turned her into a punk frog and turtle.

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Venus debuted 25 years ago as part of the short-lived 1997 live-action TV series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles:

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The Next Mutation. Although the series lasted only one season, a twist on the plot of the missing sisters sparked controversy,

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being labeled sexist and deemed sexist. branded as symbolic, 

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mainly because a female performer was named after a work of art rather than an artist like her brother.

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Now the most controversial Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle is reimagined in a way that gives it its fair share.

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Venus de Milo's appearance in Sophie Campbell and Pablo Tunica's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle #130 (with Kevin Eastman and Tom Waltz as advisors) 

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assumes as much as possible that Venus has Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles origins, as it turns out that she was once a mutant frog.

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