Turtle power!

They have been known as the "heroes in a half shell". Brand new to what would have been an official 12th year of the My Favorite Shows site, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has been a favorite of the first Agent 66 since it was first aired back in the 1980's. It wasn't until the 2003 series, based on the original comic books, that the imagination of the next Agent 66 was captured.

As with the proceeding ventures in this medium known as 'fan fiction', the characters and plot lines seem just to be a creative outline in order to continue pursuing a hobby. However, as historians, we have discovered that sometimes the largest pieces of fiction are actually based in fact...

For the purposes of distinguishing the various universes of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, fictions in this area are based on the 2003 cartoon series, which in itself was based off the original comic books by Mirage Studios. All references will be towards those episodes that span the first five seasons. Small references may be made to the sixth season, Fast Forward, and the seventh season, Back to the Sewers, as well as small references to the 2007 CGI movie.

Yuku Sue Unmei Series (運命が割り当てれば)

Yuku Sue Unmei means "as the fates allow" in Japanese, with the direct meaning translated "as destiny allots". This series is actually made up of two separate series. The first begins with the title of this series, Yuku Sue Unmei, and its sequel, Koimonogatari.

The second series begins with What Happens Off World, which is an indirect sequel to YSU, as characters from the previous story are mentioned within this one.

House Series

Starting with a parody of The X-Files season 5 episode, "Bad Blood", this series is the often hilarious events that happen around the turtles' lair.

A third story was added, based on inuficcrzy's fic "Splinter's Rules for the Lair", detailing the reasons for some of the rules listed.

TMNT Features

Like the Get Smart and Reboot features, these stories are outside of the main series of this fan area.

For the purposes of distinguishing the various universes of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, fictions in this area are based on the 2003 cartoon series, which in itself was based off the original comic books by Mirage Studios. Star Trek Voyager, Murder on the Orient Express, and the Justice League are the properties of Viacom, the estate of Agatha Christie, and DC comics.

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