You're tracking comic book characters across the city. Let's head back to the lair. Hey, that food has real depth and emotion, man. Taking a picture to send to the Turtles, Mikey recognizes it as the monster from his Wingnut comic book, Monoculus. But whatever it was, it's gone now.
When accused to being associated with their enemy Captain Confusion, Mikey reveals April's Aeon crystal to them. Mikey easily befriends the heroes Wingnut and Screwloose, and he and Casey join them in stopping crime. It's the source the source of life and power itself. And you decided not to peel off my face! It created us, old chum! Mikey reveals that it must have come from his comic book as the image of Monoculus is gone from one page and April's Aeon crystal must have brought it to life. As Mikey tries to get their attention, in Wingnut's eyes, he mistakes Mikey for one of his arch-enemies that escaped from prison, and attacks him and Casey. I I just don't know.
No sign of any crime. Alas, I think I've found some. Wingnut and Screwloose are real, dude. Did he record a patent? The alternative versions of classic characters have been hit or miss in this series. April is growing too dependent on the crystal, constantly wearing it, and it is causing her headaches.
The 'Bat e son Belfry' origin is a fanciful imagining. After the seeds were planted last volume, we finally got to see April struggle with the Aeon Crystal, even if it did feel like it came out of nowhere. As an alien humanoid bat from a who is a superhero, he fights crime alongside with his sidekick. It then uses this to bring four of the main characters from Mikey's favorite comic book to life. He grew up on a healthy diet of Turtles movies, comics, cartoons, and toys, and can recite the first movie in its entirety from memory. Donnie is stunned she took it from his lab, but April once again counters that it's hers and she needs it. Do we make our move? We're tracking them across the city right now.
While Screwloose gets bald, matching his other versions. Dude, he's straight out of the comics. Sensei wants to see us. Did you hear that, Wingnut? These are the kind of side stories you hope for. Casey, I've got an idea. We don't really exist in this world. After Mikey leaves with Ice Cream Kitty, the apparition reappears and disappears into Mikey's comic book.
April, are you all right? Try and keep it off balance. Some sciencey explanation I won't understand would be cool. As Donnie takes a look at it with his space bo staff from Professor Honeycutt after noticing some strange things through his microscope with the crystal, he causes the crystal to release some sort of spectral apparition that flies through Mikey and disappears, drawing the attention of Leo and Raph. Not to mention the way she dispatched of Monoculus the giant floating eye creature; the first that the Aeon Crystal willed into existence. He is excited to be a part of such a great team in the middle of this current Turtle Renaissance! He's space emperor supreme of all floating eyeballs in the galaxy.
Life and power and it's ours! Look, it's all their costumes. Only when he tries to un-mask Mikey does Wingnut realize he's real and apologizes. We got to poke it somehow, give it a zap. They were never real to begin with. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are back in an all-new animated series on Nickelodeon! When Mikey suggests she's being overly-possessive of her crystal, she is able to somehow agree to part with it for Donnie to look at.
We can survive with its power. Finally back where she belongs. I don't see anything physically wrong with you, April. Having the corruption of the Aeon Crystal transform the duo into a form resembling their original designs was really cool and a great nod to Turtle history. Novels are of course works of fiction, but it is this novel that appears to be the source of the belief in the 'Bateson Belfry'. Yeah, sure if you're crazy! Meanwhile, Donatello becomes incessantly worried that the Sol Star fragment is affecting April's mental stability.