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Mirage also published a bimonthly companion book entitled Tales of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, featuring art by Ryan Brown and Jim Lawson, which was designed to fill in the gaps of continuity in the TMNT universe. This put the original series and Tales in the same mainstream canon. The title’s first volume was from 1987–1989, released in alternating months with the regular Eastman and Laird book. All seven issues of volume one have been collected in trade paperback form twice, and 25 issues of volume two have been collected in trades of five issues each.
While the animated TV series, which lasted for 10 seasons until 1996, was more light-hearted, the comic-book series continued in a much darker and grittier tone. In 1990, a live-action feature film was released, with the Turtles and Splinter being portrayed by actors in partially animatronic suits created by Jim Henson’s Creature Shop. The independent film was very successful spawning two sequels, as well as inspiring a three-dimensional animated film set in the same continuity, which was released in 2007 under the title TMNT. After the end of the cartoon series, a live-action series in the vein of the films was created in 1997 in conjunction with Saban Entertainment. The series was called Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation and introduced a fifth, female turtle called Venus de Milo. However, the series was largely unsuccessful and was canceled after one season.
One of da Vinci’s contemporaries and perhaps his challenger for the title of greatest Renaissance artist was Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni. Born 13 years after da Vinci, Michelangelo followed in his footsteps as a Renaissance man. He was an accomplished artist, poet, architect, and engineer. His best-known work is probably the sculpture David, which was completed in the opening years of the 16th century. The nearly 15-foot David depicts the biblical figure of David in white marble from the quarry at Miseglia. Other famous works by Michelangelo include the statue Pietà and the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican.
Born April 15th, 1452, died May 2nd, 1519 (age 67)
Donato di Niccolò di Betto Bardic, a.k.a. Donatello was the most important sculptor and architect of 15 th century Italy having transformed art from the typical Gothic period’s flat iconography by introducing lifelike and humanist features into sculptures. Out of all these four artists, Donatello was the eldest one, being born in 1386 and he became one of the primary influencers to the other artists, his style impacting those who came after him, including Michelangelo.
Michelangelo also created his own rendition of David. His David stood as tall as 17 ft. and was made from a single slab of marble. It took him three years to complete the statue and a lot of struggle to get through Florence’s gate, but the finished product was a masterpiece. Michelangelo’s expertise in understanding human anatomy is well depicted from the musculature of each body part, especially in David. He stands in the iconic posture of contrapposto stance, much like Donatello’s David, balancing on one leg.
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