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Top 10 Celebrity Ninja Turtle Noses

By Russell Deasley @Worlds_Top_10

While doing the daily email magazine the other day I came across something rather odd. It is the art of Ninja Turtle Noses, you take an image of a well known celebrity and basically photo shop a turtle onto their nose. It sounds ridiculous (and it is,) but it is also something that made me smile, so I thought I would share the madness…


Top 10 Celebrity Ninja Turtle Noses

BONUS CONTENT: Top 10 Facts about Mutant Ninja Turtles


10 – Hulk

FACT: Bart Simpsons catchphrases “Don’t have a cow, man!” and “Cowabunga” were all taken directly from the turtles cartoons!

9 – Sting

FACT: In the original comics April O’Neil was the assistant to a scientist, but in the cartoons she was changed to being a news reporter instead.

8 – The Beatles

FACT: I depends where in the world you live, to what you call the turtles. In the US they were called ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’, in Europe we call them ‘Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles’ and in Japan they were called ‘Mutant Ninja Turtles’

7 – Prison Mike

FACT: James Avery (Will Smith’s Uncle Phil on ‘The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.’) was the voice of Shredder for seven seasons of the cartoon show!

6 – Barack Obama

FACT: The Idea for Shredder’s armor Came from a cheese grater! Eastman got the idea while drying his dinner dishes.

5 – Michael Jordan

FACT: There was once a female turtle named Venus de Milo. At some point during the series, the character mysteriously vanishes from the storyline and no official explanation is given for her disappearance.

4 – Charlie Sheen

FACT: The original comics published by Eastman and Laird’s Mirage Studios were done in a adults only manga style filled with graphic violence, including blood spray, stabbings and ritualistic suicide.

3 – Tom Selleck

FACT: The first comics ever released (1984) were funded with money from a tax refund and a loan from Eastman’s uncle! And there was only ever meant to be 4 for them.

2 – Albert Einstein

FACT: The idea for the original comic came from Kevin Eastman and his friend Peter Laird way back in 1983, they loved the low reptile with the fluid grace of a ninja style they come up with.

1 – Arnold Schwarzenegger

FACT: The ‘Daredevil’ has the same origins as our turtles, he was struck on the side of the head by a radioactive canister, which blinds him but makes his other senses more powerful, the same radioactive canister that the writers of the Turtles were inspired by.

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