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A page for describing Recap: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles S 4 E 10 This is most obvious when the eight turtles prepare attack Krang, and the of the monster and meet the Turtles, beginning his journey back to Shredder. The second season of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles aired on Nickelodeon from October 12, . Casey ends up meeting Raphael (who is learning about anger control from Splinter) and .. Shredder · Foot Clan · Karai · Baxter Stockman · Bebop and Rocksteady · Krang · Purple Dragons · Rat King · Slash · Tokka and Rahzar. Nickelodeon's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Reunites Original S Turtles Nick's CG-Animated Turtles Travel through Time to Meet their 2D-Animated Turtles and Krang In Epic Time-Travelling Episode (Photo: Nickelodeon) Since its launch in , Nickelodeon's CG-animated Teenage Mutant.
On the one hand, when he cloned himself in "Invasion of the Krangazoids", his clones, though initially brain-creatures like himself, continued developing until they had complete bodies, leading to the thought that Krang's true form is a large reptilian creature. On the other hand, in an earlier episode "Four Musketurtles", members of Krang's species appeared in a flashback looking just like him without the body, using bubble-walkers like his own to move.
While the Utrom race was not in any way featured in the animated series, other than Krang having a similar design, they would appear in the TMNT series. Krang of the universe comes face to face with the Utrom Shredder during Turtles Forever and was initially pleased with his resemblance to the Shredder's Utrom form.
Krang is an Utrom in the IDW comic series. He is the heir of Quanin, the former Prime Minister of the Utroms' ruling council who appointed himself Emperor and aggressively expanded the Utrom domain into an empire. However, his megalomanic expansion drive both deprived his homeplanet of its most essential natural rescource, the Ooze, and incited rebellion among the subjugated people of Dimension X, eventually leading to the destruction of Utrominon.
Krang, who was as brutal as his father but opposed his uncautious politics, fled with a few survivors of his people through an interdimensional portal to Burnow Island on Earth, where he established a base from which he intended to terraform this world into a new home for his people.
It is through Stockman's experiments that the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Splinter evolve into intelligent, humanoid mutants. However, Leatherheadone of his former victims  and a key witness in the trial, refuses to accept the mild verdict and kills Krang by devouring him. May Learn how and when to remove this template message While he did not appear as a villain or major character in the series, there was an homage to Krang in the episode " Secret Origins Part 3 ". As the Utroms are walking to the transmat to go home one of them complains, "I hate walking on my tentacles".
Then, another Utrom replies "Oh, shut up, Krang! This Krang was voiced by Wayne Grayson. Krang also appears in the crossover film, Turtles Foreverin which he, Shredder and the turtles from the show end up in the universe. Although Shredder was able to find his counterpart, he was unable to find Krang's, even though he exists in this universe albeit as a regular, non-evil Utrom.
Krang is voiced here by Bradford Cameron. This section needs additional citations for verification. May Learn how and when to remove this template message An alien species based on both Krang and the Utroms appear in the Nickelodeon shownamed The Kraang  as the secondary antagonists of seasons 1 and 2.
Not unlike the Utroms in the Mirage comics and TV Seriesthey are portrayed as a race of brain-shaped aliens from Dimension X that pilot robotic bodies who were responsible for bringing the mutagen that was responsible for the Turtle's mutations to Earth.
Most of them are voiced by Nolan North. As revealed in "The War for Dimension X", they were once part of the peaceful Utrom race, until Kraang voiced by Roseanne Barr in seasons 1 and 2, Rachel Butera in season 3an Utrom scientist, discovered the mutagen, which is milked from giant native worms called Kraathatrogons, and used it to enlarge himself while gaining psychic powers.
Kraang, referring to himself as Kraang Prime, used his power to subjugate most of his species by copying his mind into theirs. The affected Utrom come to be known as the Kraang as they and Kraang Sub-Prime voiced by Gilbert Gottfriedan Utrom who willingly swore loyalty to Kraang Prime, work to infiltrate and mutate other worlds. The Kraangs' history became intertwined with the Turtles when they caught the then-human Hanmoto Yoshi spying on them and fought him while he was holding the not-yet-mutated Turtles, causing them to mutate when one of the Kraang accidentally dropped a mutagen canister, breaking it and spilling the mutagen on them.
When the mutated turtles went to the surface world 15 years later in "Rise of the Turtles," they came face-to-face again with the Kraang when they were attempting to kidnap April O'Neil and saved her while her psychologist father Kirby O'Neil was taken captive. In the "Gauntlet," managing to defuse a mutagen bomb placed on the roof of the Wolf Hotel, the turtles learn from Kirby that the Kraang are using various scientists to stabilize the mutagen to their use of it on Earth.
But as revealed in "It Came from the Depths," the power cell needed for the Kraang's portal between Dimension X and Earth was stolen by Leatherhead six months prior before they eventually reclaimed it in "The Pulverizer".
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In "TCRI," destroying the portal with Leatherhead's help, the turtles learn the Kraang's plans for terraforming Earth and that they are also after April. In the aftermath of "Enemy of My Enemy," one of the Kraang ended up in Foot custody as Shredder interrogated it in "Karai's Vendetta" to why its kind are after the Turtles. Break Out" and "Booyaka-Showndown", placing a mind-control chip on Kirby, Kraang engineered his "escape" with the aid of the Turtles to have him deliver April to Shredder so he can use her to lure Splinter out.
Once that phase is complete, Shredder hands April to the Kraang, who proceed to use the repaired portal to bring one of their Technodrones to Earth, though the Turtles subsequently succeeded in destroying the TCRI building. Kraang Prime proceeds to drain April's unique mental energy to aid the terraforming process. However, the Turtles interfered in this plan, and the Technodrone was subsequently brought down off the coast of New York City, though it was revealed to be intact and partially active.
The Kraang continued to pose a threat throughout the second season, briefly maintaining an alliance with the Foot in which they provide them with robotic ninja soldiers and attempt to provide them with mutagen so that they can create mutants to destroy the Turtles.
However, their partnership was dissolved after a number of incidents, including the Turtles intercepting a load of mutagen, which was subsequently scattered over the city and their robot creation Chrome Dome defying Karai's orders to kill April, as the Kraang still wished to capture her. In "The Kraang Conspiacy," it was subsequently revealed by a private investigator, Jack Kurtzman, who had been investigating the disappearances of Kirby O'Neil and the other scientists who the Kraang had kidnapped, that this is because the Kraang have been preparing to terraform Earth for centuries, altering human DNA until they could create a perfect human-Kraang hybrid: In their efforts to utilize her, the Kraang create a number of clones of April, including a misshapen failure dubbed "April Derp" by Mikey; all of these clones were subsequently destroyed by April and the Turtles, with the "April Derp" destroyed when April released a physic blast.
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In "Metalhead Rewired," the Kraang initiate a plot to capture the various mutants inhabiting New York and enslave them with special control devices. They succeeded in rounding up a number of mutants and imprisoning them in a facility in a pocket dimension, but the location was discovered by Metalhead and the Turtles. They briefly used Snakeweed and Spider Bytez against the Turtles, but Metalhead freed them and the other mutants, who escaped back to New York along with the Turtles.
When the Turtles attempt to thwart their plans, they and the Kraang end up battling beneath New York and in the Kraang's interdimensional portal network. In the end, the Turtles are able to send the Kraathatrogons back into the portal network, with one of them that ate Shredder's new right hand Tiger Claw ending up in the universe of the Ninja Turtles animated series, where the rampaging creature came under attack by the version of the Turtles before Tiger Claw ripped his way out of it, and after fighting against them eventually made it back to the universe.
In "Into Dimension X," the Kraang have finally perfected the mutagen, but the Turtles were secretly warned about this success by Leatherhead through a Kraang Communication Orb. After finding their way into Dimension X and traveling to the Kraang's home fortress, which was being guarded by Traag and Granitor, the Turtles rescued Leatherhead and helped him stop the Kraang from dumping the perfected mutagen into Earth's dimension through multiple portals.
In "The Invasion," the Foot Clan finally made a full alliance with the Kraang to draw out and destroy the Turtles in exchange in helping them invade the city, which the Kraang did through various spies; the character Irma Langenstein is discovered to be the robotic housing of one such spy, Kraang Sub-Prime, who was eventually defeated by Splinter.
Having perfected the mutagen in a previous episode, they began using it to "Kraang-form" New York, turning humans and their environs into creatures and structures reminiscent of Dimension X.
The Turtles, Leatherhead, Splinter, April, and Casey briefly attempted to fight them off, but despite the aid of the new Turtle-Mech created by Donatello they were forced to retreat after a battle with Kraang Prime. Kraang Prime also claimed that the Kraang were responsible for the existence of humanity, who supposedly developed after the Kraang exposed monkeys to mutagen. In "Buried Secrets," the Turtles discovered a Kraang ship beneath April's family farmhouse, where her great-grandfather supposedly discovered it and the Kraang inside, leading to generations of experimentation on the deceased relatives on April's mother's side of the O'Neil family until culminating in experiments they performed on her mother.
They also discovered a clone of April's mother who was sealed in the ship due to being unstable, and managed to defeat her.
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In "Return to New York," the Turtles returned to find the city under the control of the Kraang, with all but a handful of humans-including the Earth Protection Force-being either mutated or fitted with mind control devices. The Kraang are shown to control New York's streets, with any humans caught out in the open being captured and mutated. They also placed a security drone in the Turtles' lair to prevent them from occupying it again. These security measures force the Turtles to act with caution throughout much of the following arc, and in "Serpent Hunt" prompt Anton Zeck and Ivan Steranko to seek to make a deal with the Shredder to get themselves out of the city.
Their attempt to do so through capturing Shredder's adopted daughter Karai and holding her for ransom lead to their mutation into Bebop and Rocksteady after Karai escapes due to the Turtles' interference. In "Battle for New York," the Turtles's confrontation with the Kraang for the city occurred when they are unexpectedly joined by the Mighty Mutanimalsa rebel team of mutants.
The two teams manage to thwart a Kraang plot to launch a mutagen missile, and then launch an attack on the Kraang portal so that the Turtles can infiltrate Dimension X and cure and free the mutated humans. This leads them to another confrontation with Kraang Sub-Prime, who follows the Turtles to Dimension X while the Mutanimals fight to capture and hold the portal.
After battling Kraang forces on both sides of the gateway, the two groups of mutants succeed in teleporting the cured humans back to Earth while sending the Kraang back to Dimension X, putting a halt to the invasion for the time being.
The Kraang would later return in truth during "Dinosaurs Seen in Sewers! Their various operations were decimated when Zog, an advance scout for the Triceratons-sworn enemies of the Kraang-attacked them, causing considerable havoc despite being nitrogen-poisoned and lacking his equipment.
After encountering Zog, the Turtles joined in his efforts, unaware that he planned to alert the Triceraton armada of Earth's location so that they could destroy it and wipe out the Kraang.
The Kraang's plans to open a portal were thwarted, and the signal reached the other Triceratons without difficulty. In "Annihilation Earth" the Turtles learn of the existence of the Utrom Tribe, a splinter group of the Kraang, from a member who goes by the name of Bishop, who is responsible for the design of the Kraangdroid bodies. He informs them that the Triceratons are approaching Earth, and also that the first Technodrome the Kraang brought to Earth has nearly been fully repaired.
The Turtles and their allies launch an all-out assault on the Technodrome in an effort to bring it down that leads to several of them being captured and being brought before Kraang Prime and Sub-Prime, both of whom are present on the ship. Unfortunately, right as the rest of the team arrives to liberate their comrades, the Triceratons arrive in Earth's orbit and attack. The Kraang deploy stealth ships to engage the attacking Triceraton fighters, but they are easily shot down.
The Triceratons then destroy the Technodrome with Kraangs Prime and Sub-Prime aboard with no apparent time or means with which to escape.
After being captured by the Triceratons, Mikey then reveals knowledge of all the Kraang hiding places in Dimension X; however, in "Beyond the Known Universe" the Turtles travel back in time to six months earlier in an effort to prevent the Triceratons from attacking Earth using the Black Hole Generator, which the Kraang previously used to destroy the Triceraton homeworld.
In this altered past, Kraang Sub-Prime captures the Salamandrians after they approach the Kraang about forming an alliance against the Triceratons, having learned that they are friends of the Turtles. He then tracks the arriving Turtles to the Utrom base, where he captures Queen and takes her back to his Sub-Command Center. Despite possessing a Dracodroid, Kraang Sub-Prime's forces are defeated and he loses a duel to Bishop, before having the damaged cyborg dragon crash into him and explode.
In "Trans-Dimensional Turtles," the version of Krang is revealed to be a Kraang who was banished from Dimension X because he was the least intelligent member according to Kraang Sub-Prime.
When Sub-Prime learns that Krang was planning to wipe out the, and Mirage Comics universes rather than enslave and mutate the inhabitants, he knocks Krang back to the universe before the and the Turtles temporarily defeat him by sending him to the Mirage Comics universe. The events previously seen in "Annihilation Earth" later played out in virtually identical fashion up until the future Turtles and their allies arrived to stop the Triceratons.
As such, it can be presumed that the Technodrome was once again destroyed, though the fate of Kraang Sub-Prime and Kraang Prime is uncertain. The modern Turtles get to see Splinter again during a brief return to Earth.
Also, the very end of the episode has the Turtles confront the same Kraathatrogon from The Manhattan Project, except this time, it plays out a little more and sees Tiger Claw slice his way out of the monster and meet the Turtles, beginning his journey back to Shredder.
The events of Turtles Forever are not acknowledged here. There are, however, some plot similarities, particularly an attempt to destroy the Mirage comics universe in order to destroy all the others. Although it could theoretically take place before Turtles Forever from the perspective of the turtles.
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Denied by Word of God. These particular 80s animated Turtles and the Nick Turtles are free to have their "first meeting" while their counterparts had one where things went differently. Kraang Sub-Prime even calls him cousin and casually talks about how Krang was banished by The Kraang into The Dimension X reality of the original cartoon.
In the original cartoon, Krang was revealed to have once been part of a giant humanoid Saurian species instead of a talking brain alien that we know him as. As in Turtles Foreverthere is an attempt to destroy the Mirage comics reality in order to destroy all the other realities.
Kraang Sub-Prime is furious with Krang upon learning that he was trying to destroy entire dimensions instead of conquering them. An official one for Turtles Forever. While the creators don't disown that version stating it's more that version was an alternate of the 80's turtles. This episode seeks to avoid the pratfalls of that special by actually showing the 80's Turtles as just as competent as the ones while still keeping the spirit of that version intact and with more respect to the original series.
It's just a shame that the sequel crossover, Wanted: Bebop and Rocksteady, went and threw away some of that progress. When Leonardo talks to Master Splinter, he sees Shredder kill him. This causes him to almost confess to Master Splinter that he and his brothers are from the future, and that Earth was destroyed. When The Turtles go back to their lair, Series Raphael uses sign language to tell the Turtles stay put and be quiet.
This is what the subtitles say "Will you fine gentlemen kindly wait here? And please remain silent, or I will strike you repeatedly in the face and bodily regions. Modern Leonardo again shows that he's fully aware of the burden he's carrying, and Splinter easily senses something is wrong with him.
Leaning on the Fourth Wall: Thirteen minutes into the episode, the Donnies tell the other turtles there are only nine minutes left before all the bombs are set to go off. This equals to twenty-two minutes total, which is the length of the total episode. Let's You and Him Fight: The and the 87 turtles fight briefly when they meet although the 87 turtles were specifically trying to get the turtles help, Raph immediately assumes the device 87 Donnie had was a weapon.
After his plans are revealed and Kraang Sub-Prime gets pissed off, he even says, "You told me you wanted the turtles destroyed at any cost. Scenes set in the cartoon's reality are depicted in 2D Flash animation meant to imitate the hand-drawn style of the original series.
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Scenes set in the cartoon's reality are depicted in the modern 3D CGI animation. We get to see both sets of Turtles translated into the other art style.
The Mirage comics universe is depicted as still image comic book panels, though the other Turtles are still rendered in their native art styles.
The Turtles, and Leonardo in particular, are briefly reunited with Splinter thanks to all the dimensional hopping around.
It deeply unsettles Leo, and more than one viewer as well.