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Michelangelo’s fate is revealed in TMNT: The Last Ronin finale

About two years ago, IDW released the first issue of an ambitious story set in the world of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Lastronin # 1 takes the folklore of an aged hero cartoon to fight in a new unknown world and fights the old Michelangelo in a battle between his mutant brother and the grandson of the shredder who killed his son. .. On April 27th, the fifth and final issues of the limited series were released, and the story reached an explosive conclusion.

TMNT Spoilers: The Last Ronin # 5

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Last Ronin # 5

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Son Ronin # 5 (Image Credit: IDW Publishing)

The story begins with Michelangelo discussing with the haunted image of his dead brother who has accompanied him since the beginning of the series. There is intense debate among the Turtle brothers as to whether Mikey is enough to defeat the power of Shredder’s grandson Orokuhiroto. Mikey expels his brother’s voice and instead focuses on the wisdom presented to him in his father’s sprinter’s diary. On the last page, there are two words that describe Mikey’s condition since the loss of his parents.

They say “there is no peace”.

Of course, Mikey wasn’t the only one in the fight against the new leader of the Foot Clan. His old friend April O’Neil and his daughter Casey (named after his deceased father) help Mikey challenge Hiroto and save New York from its technical iron domination. I was there to help.

As expected, at the end of the story, Mikey and Shredder’s grandchildren will not enter the entire story one by one, except to guide the turtles and prepare to end the feud between the Hamato clan and Foot. The Oroku clan.

No matter how useful his fast-growing mutant ability is, Mikey has barely caught up with this deadly new iteration of Shredder. Still, Mikey can use gravity to throw villains from the top of skyscrapers into the streets of the city and the sewers he once called home. Mikey seems to have won the battle, but Casey and April plunge into the sewers, throwing Rustronin and New Shredder into a muddy dump outside New York.

Broken, tired, and on the verge of death, the two warriors finally attack each other. In a scene reminiscent of the Dark Knight Returns’ famous battle of mud, desperate to not lose, Hiroto mercilessly fought until he manipulated the vault in high-tech armor, and the deadly amount of electricity that lifted him. Released. And his body. Deadly enemy.

Casey and April arrive at the scene when the lonely mutant ninja turtle makes its final journey from water to land. When Casey dies, she shows him the sprinter’s diary. Mikey’s last action is to show Casey that he is editing his father’s diary and changing the last word on the last page.

They say they “know peace.” And Michelangelo dies.

TMNT: Last Ronin # 5

TMNT: The Last Ronin # 5 (Image Credit: IDW Publishing)

The double epilogue ends the series. First, Mikey wakes up young again at sunrise on a spiritual plane in the shape of New York. He meets his deceased brother, former Casey Jones, and Master Sprinter, who says that even this New York City has a particular scent.

TMNT: Last Ronin # 5

TMNT: The Last Ronin # 5 (Image Credit: IDW Publishing)

“Yes, that’s right,” Mikey said. “It smells like a house.”

In the second epilogue, we captured April and Casey and continue to work to protect New York from all threats. Casey continues her self-education as her ninja, and April is working on the recovered technology. He greets his mother and pauses a bit to confirm the experiments he has performed. Experiment with 4 turtle babies.

“Continue …” reads the last sign.

What’s next for April and Casey? TMNT co-author Kevin Eastman and Last Ronin creator Tom Waltz I advised Newsarama Until December 2020.


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Michelangelo’s fate is revealed in TMNT: The Last Ronin finale

Nearly two years ago, IDW released the first issue of an ambitious story set in the world of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The Last Ronin #1 embraced the comic book tradition of aging up heroes to fight in a new and unfamiliar world, pitting an older Michelangelo in a battle against the Shredder’s grandson, who killed his mutant brothers and father. On April 27, the fifth and final issue of the limited series went on sale, bringing the story to an explosive conclusion.
Spoilers ahead for TMNT: The Last Ronin #5

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Last Ronin #5 (Image credit: IDW Publishing)
The story begins with Michelangelo arguing with the ghostly visions of his dead brothers, images that have been with him since the beginning of the series. A tense argument breaks out between the turtle brothers as to whether or not Mikey will be enough to defeat the forces of Shredder’s grandson, Oroku Hiroto. Mikey banishes his brother’s voices, focusing instead on the wisdom laid out for him in his father Splinter’s journal. On the last page, two words describe Mikey’s situation ever since he lost his family.
“No peace,” they say.
Of course, Mikey hasn’t exactly been alone in his struggle against the Foot Clan’s newest leader. Old friend April O’Neil and her daughter Casey (named after her late father) were there to assist Mikey in challenging Hiroto and attempting to free New York City from his technological iron rule. 
We won’t go into the play-by-play of the entire issue, other than to say as expected, the story eventually leads to Mikey and Shredder’s grandson squaring off, ready to finally end the feud between the turtle’s Hamato clan and the Foot’s Oroku clan.
As much as his evolved mutant abilities assist him, Mikey is just barely able to keep up with this new and deadlier iteration of Shredder. Still, Mikey is able to use gravity to his advantage, knocking the villain from the heights of a skyscraper, down past the city streets, and into the sewer he once called home. Just as it appears as though Mikey’s won the fight, Casey and April flood the sewer, spewing the Last Ronin and the New Shredder into a muddy dump outside New York.
Broken, tired, and nearing death, the two warriors charge at one another one last time. In a scene reminiscent of The Dark Knight Returns’s infamous mud pit battle, they beat each other mercilessly until, desperate not to lose, Hiroto activates a failsafe on his high-tech armor suit, releasing a deadly amount of electricity that fries both himself and his mortal adversary.
Casey and April reach the scene just as the only Mutant Ninja Turtle is making his last crawl from water to land. As he takes his last breaths, Casey shows him Splinter’s journal. Mikey’s last act is to show Casey that he’s edited his father’s journal, changing the very last words on the very last page.
“Know peace,” they say. And the Michelangelo dies.

TMNT: The Last Ronin #5 (Image credit: IDW Publishing)
A pair of epilogues end the series. In the first, Mikey wakes up as a teenager again, on a spiritual plane that takes the form of New York City at sunrise. He meets up with his fallen brothers, the original Casey Jones, and Master Splinter, who comments that even this New York has a particular odor.

TMNT: The Last Ronin #5 (Image credit: IDW Publishing)
“Yeah it does,” says Mikey. “Smells like home.”
In the second epilogue, we catch up with April and Casey, who are still working to keep New York safe from whatever threatens it. April works on some salvaged tech while Casey continues her self-training as a ninja. She takes a break only for a moment to greet her mother and to check in on an experiment she’s conducting. An experiment that involves four baby turtles.
“To be continued…” reads the final panel.
What’s next for April and Casey? TMNT co-creator Kevin Eastman and Last Ronin writer Tom Waltz gave Newsarama some hints all the way back in December of 2020.

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