TMNT: Last Ronin Finally Reveals The Epic Death of Splinter

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TMNT: Last Ronin Finally Reveals The Epic Death of Splinter

Splinter’s death has finally been revealed in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Last Ronin and the hero goes out in epic fashion.

Warning! Spoilers for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Last Ronin #4 below

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Michelangelo has finally shared the story behind Master Splinter’s death in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Last Ronin as his sensei fought to the very end. In the fourth issue of the series, Splinter and Donatello’s last mission in Japan is finally revealed, as both heroes die in an ambush attack – but not before they make a serious dent in the Foot Clan and Hiroto’s forces.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Last Ronin has taken the series back to its dark roots. In the future, Michelangelo is the last Turtle remaining after the continued war with the Foot Clan led to many deaths in his family. April O’Neil and her daughter Casey Jones Jr. are among those left alive in the future as they team up with Michelangelo for one final mission to stop the Foot Clan for good. Along the way, readers have learned about the bloody death of Raphael, Leonardo, and Casey Jones dying in an explosion, and now Donatello and Splinter’s last moments are showcased in the series long-awaited fourth issue.

In Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Last Ronin #4 by Kevin Eastman, Peter Laird, Tom Waltz, Ben Bishop, Esau, Isaac Escorza, Samuel Plata, Luis Antonio Delgado, Shawn Lee, and Bobby Curnow, Michelangelo finally finishes the tale of what happened in Japan. First, Mikey reveals he linked with the Clan Hamato and Master Shinichiro, who tells him about a battle he just missed. Then, the story flashes back to a meeting between Splinter and Donatello with the Foot Clan. However, the peace talks to end the neverending war turns out to be a trap, as Hiroto sends his massive army to kill Splinter and Donnie.

Despite being gravely outnumbered, Splinter and Donatello mow down Hiroto’s forces. But, the Foot Clan keep sending in more and more reinforcement. Splinter refuses to retreat despite the Clan Hamato’s warnings. Archers fire hundreds of arrows at Donatello and Splinter, as the latter pierces Hiroto’s armor by throwing his sword at him in the name of his family. However, the attacks are too much and both heroes are killed in the battle. Michelangelo then tragically reveals he was too late to save them, which led him to disappear into the mountains.

Ultimately, Splinter (and Donatello) went down fighting to the very last breath. It was an epic ending for the hero, as he nearly took down the Foot Clan despite being severely outnumbered. Now, it’s up to Michelangelo to take down Hiroto and avenge Splinter and his fallen family. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Last Ronin #4 is in comic book stores now.

 

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Michelangelo has finally shared the story behind Master Splinter’s death in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Last Ronin as his sensei fought to the very end. In the fourth issue of the series, Splinter and Donatello’s last mission in Japan is finally revealed, as both heroes die in an ambush attack – but not before they make a serious dent in the Foot Clan and Hiroto’s forces.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Last Ronin has taken the series back to its dark roots. In the future, Michelangelo is the last Turtle remaining after the continued war with the Foot Clan led to many deaths in his family. April O’Neil and her daughter Casey Jones Jr. are among those left alive in the future as they team up with Michelangelo for one final mission to stop the Foot Clan for good. Along the way, readers have learned about the bloody death of Raphael, Leonardo, and Casey Jones dying in an explosion, and now Donatello and Splinter’s last moments are showcased in the series long-awaited fourth issue.

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