Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Co-creator Kevin Eastman was present at San Diego Comic-Con this year as part of promotion surrounding Konami’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Cowabunga Collection. IGN He met Eastman and asked about the next animated incarnation of the team headed by Seth Rogen.
Eastman described himself as a fan of Rogen’s work, and said he was excited to see the director but didn’t want to get in the way of the creative process.
“I don’t want him to get scared or think that if he asks me a question, I say to him, ‘Well, you should do this,’ and that he should do it. It’s his vision and his idea,” Eastman explained. Lee and I think that’s what will be exciting for fans when they finally see the movie.”
Eastman said that he liked almost every incarnation of his creativity, even if he had creative differences several times. As for Rogen’s upcoming work, he’s excited that Seth is focusing on the teen side of the team, which may have faded into the background in other releases.
Rogen’s as-of-yet Untitled TMNT The film, which Nickelodeon first discussed in February at Viacom CBS Investor Day, arrives in 2023 and precedes a series of films focused on the rogue team’s exposition. All of these films will premiere on Paramount+, with Project Rogen and the spin-off villain-themed spin-offs side by side but unrelated to the narrative.
As for Eastman, he is still very involved in the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Produce. He is currently working hard at last ronin With fellow TMNT co-creator Peter Laird. Described as a dark knight esque The Turtles story, it covers the team’s final days in a grim and gritty way.