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Shredder later broke him out, and Baxter Stockman became Shredder's lackey, helping him to get the "Three Fragments of the Eye of Sarnath" an alien artifact that would grant the owner virtually limitless power. When Krang found no use for Baxter and decided to kill him, a fly that had been with Baxter in the disintegrator unit soon merged with him, turning him into a humanoid fly.
He has occasionally plotted revenge against the Ninja Turtles and Shredder. Baxter Stockman has a twin brother named Barney who was also a mad scientist and threw fits whenever the Turtles mistook him for Baxter. Krang voiced by Pat Fraley in most episodes, Townsend Coleman in four Season 3 episodes — An extremely intelligent, disembodied brain from Dimension X who commands the Technodrome.
He funds and helps plan most of Shredder's schemes, although they often bicker with one another over tactics. In season 7, it is revealed that Krang originally belonged to a muscular, vicious reptilian species mainly resembling a T-Rex with regenerative powers before he lost his body and was banished from Dimension X.
As mentioned in "Michelangelo's Birthday," the Rock Soldiers were created when Krang used mutagen on some rocks. The Rock Soldiers are incredibly strong, but they are not very bright.
In episodes featuring him, the Rat King would often enact some sort of plot to establish his own rat-controlled government and bring human rule to an end, believing that rats which he counted himself as were superior to all other species, whom he described as "inferior non-rodents".
He appears as a recurring villain from season 3 onwards until he is finally apprehended by the police in the second episode of season 8. Leatherhead voiced by Jim Cummings in most appearances, Peter Renaday in "Night of the Rogues" — Leatherhead is a large alligator who had mutated into humanoid form when he swam through a Mutagen-polluted part of the swamp. Leatherhead final appearance is in "Night of the Rogues" in season 7, in which he along with other recurring villains is recruited by Shredder to help him fight the Turtles.
His fate is not clearly known, but it is assumed that he has long since returned to the Florida swamps. He is a muscular, vicious humanoid turtle with brute strength and surprising agility, but very low intelligence although he does temporarily acquire a genius level IQ in his second appearance.
He is extremely attached to the small, plastic palm tree that stood in his bowl prior to being mutated, and calls it his "binky". Metalhead various voice actors — A robot turtle that was created by Shredder. He has numerous voices that sound like any of the turtles and has a laser gun installed in his chest.
He can also fight by extending his arms and legs. Sometimes, he'd malfunction and attack Shredder and his goons other than just the turtles. McFingers once sponsors Baxter Stockman's twin brother Barney Stockman to create a "gag-a-magnifier" device that increases the comedy power of jokes.
They planned to hook up the funniest comedian to it and transmit the joke waves all over the city, making everyone hysterically helpless. This enabled McFingers and his two goons would go out and rob the city. He and his men kidnapped comedians until they kidnapped Raphael. They tied Raphael up in a sack and took him to their hideout where strapped down, McFingers tells him of his brilliant plan.
Being the funniest comedian, Raphael is forced to start telling his jokes. However the rest of the turtles rescue him and the other comedians and turn the devise against Stockman and the McFingers gang, all of whom end up arrested. Big Louie voiced by Peter Renaday — Big Louie is a Godfather-like high ranking gangster with a gang at his disposal, who sometimes works with the Shredder. He is the grandson of Tony "The Tickler" Turtelli. Turtelli went down in infamy for his torture methods, which he inherited from his grandfather.
He specializes in the interrogation of people he captures through tickle torturing the soles of his victims' feet with a feather to make them talk. Polidorius voiced by Alan Oppenheimer — A mad scientist who created the mutant humanoid fish Ray. Ray voiced by Pat Fraley — A humanoid fish with manta ray-like wings and an octopus tentacle for a tail. He was created by Dr. Polidorius to serve him and assist with his plans to destroy the city.
Ray has many abilities of a fish like the electricity of an electric eel, the quills of a scorpionfish, and the inflation of a blowfish. Electrozapper voiced by Pat Fraley - An electrical enemy of Bugman. Wingnut and Screwloose voiced by Rob Paulsen and Townsend Coleman respectively — An alien bat and an alien mosquito who brainwashed kids at a military school to help them invade Earth.
Groundchuck voiced by Robert Ridgely — A mutant red bull in cyborg armor that was accidentally created by Bebop and Rocksteady. The Turtles defeated him by disabling the chip on his back. In "Night of the Rogues," Chrome Dome was reactivated where he is among the villains that helped Shredder and Krang attack the Turtles.
He is defeated when Casey Jones crushes him with a hydraulic press. Shreeka voiced by Joan Gerber — Krang's former partner in crime who first appears in "Shreeka's Revenge" to reclaim the "power ring" that Krang stole from her.
Professor Cycloid voiced by Hamilton Camp — A crazed professor who stole Donatello's "time stopper" machine in an effort to take over the world. Tempestra voiced by Gaille Heidemann — Tempestra is a powerful weather-controlling sorceress who came from a video game that she got out of during a thunderstorm.
Scumbug voiced by Barry Gordon — A mutant cockroach who was among the villains that helped Shredder and Krang attack the Turtles. He was one of the few villains from the Archie Comics series "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures" to appear in the cartoon where the comics revealed that was Scumbug mutated from an exterminator that came in contact with a cockroach in the Technodrome while doing some fumigating.
Antrax voiced by Pat Fraley — An alien ant who works as Krang's executioner. The Turtles meet H. The Turtles find out that while H. The Turtles spend a few episodes of season 8 battling H. After they get rid of the boss, none of the other mutants appear again. Titanus voiced by Ron Feinberg — A large mutant from the future who is the leader of H. In his final appearance, he ends up trapped in the time of dinosaurs and vows to have revenge against the Turtles if it is the last thing he ever does.
Highbeam voiced by Rob Paulsen — A mutant firefly. Magma voiced by Barry Gordon — A lava mutant. He and Seizure were used by Titanus to make mutants. Overdrive voiced by Cam Clarke — A mutant cheetah.
Ram Mystic voiced by Rob Paulsen - An unnamed ram mutant with mystical powers. Raptor voiced by Pat Fraley — A mutant bird.
Seizure voiced by Rodger Bumpass — A mutant centipede. He and Magma were used by Titanus to make mutants. Synapse voiced by Pat Fraley — A convict that desired revenge against the Turtles since they defeated him in "Get Shredder. Synapse keeps the Turtles busy for a while until Donatello forces him through a ham radio, leaving him trapped on the radio airwaves forever. Lord Dregg voiced by Tony Jay — An alien warlord who appears as the chief antagonist for the final 2 seasons of the series, following Shredder and Krang's exile to Dimension X in season 8.
At the end of the final season, Lord Dregg is banished to Dimension X as well and is presumably killed, since the Turtles had sent Krang's android suit back with him as it was about to undergo an atomic explosion.
Although he starts out as a cold, calm, and calculating villain, his sanity gradually deteriorates over the course of season 10, as he becomes increasingly obsessed with destroying the Turtles once and for all. In the process, he alienates all of his remaining followers, including his second-in-command Mung, who accuses him of losing sight of their quest for world domination.
Tiger Claw is later sent through a portal to the — animated series realitybut later returns to the reality. During a battle with the turtles, Karai is informed of her true nature by Leonardo who has developed a crush on her since season 1but she is too reluctant to accept it. When she is taken to the lair, she finally realizes the truth and disowns Shredder, who responds by imprisoning her. Repeated attempts to free Karai ultimately succeed, but Shredder captures her again and uses her as bait to kill the Hamato Clan.
However, Karai ends up transforming into an albino horned viper, to everyone's horror. In response to this, Shredder has the Foot Clan help the Kraang, who have just perfected the previously unstable mutagen, launch a second invasion of New York, starting by destroying the turtles' lair and forcing them to abandon it.
The Kraang begin mutating New York's populace, including Kirby, despite the efforts of Earth's military and the turtles. Leonardo is gravely wounded when he is ambushed by the entire Foot, and Splinter is seemingly killed during a battle with Shredder.
Season 3 Main article: Leonardo takes an extended amount of time to recover, but guided by an apparition of Splinter, is able to overcome his physical and mental wounds. They eventually return to New York City with the goal of finding Splinter, Karai, Kirby, and their other missing allies and liberate the city from the Kraang. They are successful in finding Splinter and set up a temporary base in the abandoned Antonio's Pizza, and Donatello begins work on new samples of retro-mutagen as the search for Kirby and Karai continues.
Meanwhile, Shredder mutates Russian arms dealer Ivan Steranko and his only known disciple, high-tech master thief Anton Zeck, into Bebop and Rocksteady for stealing his helmet, the Kuro Kabuto, and hunting Karai in exchange for a safe departure from the Kraang-invaded city before sending them to find her again. The duo succeed behind the Turtles's backs and Shredder promises to cure Karai of her misery.
The turtles, on the other hand, run into a recently founded mutant team called the Mighty Mutanimals consisting of mutant allies that they made during the last two seasons, such as SlashLeatherheadPigeon Pete and former British neurochemist Dr. Tyler Rockwell who are backed by their human ally Jack J. Together, they manage to banish the Kraang back to Dimension X and free New York, but the effect of the invasion eventually earns Shredder cemented control of the city's criminal underworld for his efforts to create a mind-control serum meant for the turtles, Mutanimals and Karai.
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The turtles are later offered by future time sorceress Renet to time travel to the past, where they meet up with a younger Hamato Yoshi and Oroku Saki, as well as Yoshi's late wife and Karai's mother, Teng Shen. During the battle between Yoshi and Saki inside the burning Hamato Clan dojo, Shen is accidentally killed by Saki, who meant to kill Yoshi instead. Saki leaves the dojo after his hair burns off from the fire and kidnaps Yoshi and Shen's baby daughter Miwa, vowing to raise her as Karai and leaving Yoshi to die.
After his escape, the turtles save Yoshi, as they were "always destined to" before traveling back to the present with Renet. Despite their best efforts and Shredder violating the Foot Clan's temporary truce with the Turtles by stabbing Splinter during the fight, the ruthless Triceratons activate the Heart of Darkness, a black hole-creating machine which annihilates both the Kraang, the Earth, and everyone on it.
But just as it comes to the worst for the Turtles, April, and Casey, they are rescued by a friendly robot by the name of Professor Honeycutt also known as the Fugitoid who uses his spacecraft to take the Turtles, April and Casey to a journey into space. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles TV series season 4 After the Turtles, April, and Casey are saved from the destruction of Earth, the Fugitoid uses his spacecraft the Ulixes to travel six months back in time in order for him and the Turtles to prevent the Triceraton Empire led by Emperor Zanmoran from again assembling the three components of the Heart of Darkness that are scattered throughout the universe before everything on Earth is lost.
Besides fighting the Triceratons, the Turtles also face new enemies in outer space like Lord Vringath Dregg of the planet Sectoid and the bounty hunter Armaggon, and even have an adventure with their interdimensional counterparts and their enemy Krang who is an exiled relative of Kraang Subprime.
Despite the efforts of the Turtles, the Triceratons are still able to collect all three pieces of the Black Hole Generator, only for the Turtles to return to Earth and join forces with their past selves to warn Splinter before he is killed by the Shredder, stop the detonator of the Heart of Darkness, and defeat the Triceratons.
The Fugitoid destroys the Black Hole Generator near the Triceraton spacefleet, causing to explode, presumably killing the Triceratons. In the aftermath of the fight against the Triceratons, the past versions of the Turtles, April, and Casey leave Earth with the past Fugitoid in the Ulixes while the present Fugitoid's head reactivates in Earth's orbit.
Weeks later following the Triceraton Invasion being thwarted and the Foot Clan's disappearance, April is promoted to kunoichi at the time when the witch Shinigami arrives and is revealed that she is Karai's friend as they plot to rebuild the Hamato Clan and dispose of Shredder who is still recuperating from his last fight with Splinter.
Furthermore, some other crime organizations have been plotting to take over the Foot Clan's territory and a crystal shard of unimaginable power which April received from the alien Aeons during their space adventure is beginning to exert a baleful influence on her. Using a special mutagen formula made by Stockman-Fly, Oroku Saki recuperates and becomes Super-Shredder in order to take back control of the Foot Clan. This leads up to the final battle at Super-Shredder's hidden mansion where Leonardo manages to slay Super-Shredder and throw his mutated Kuro Kabuto to the other Turtles in victory.
Season 5 Main article: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles TV series season 5 Following the death of the Super-Shredder, Tiger Claw has led the unspecified Foot Cultists into obtaining the Scroll of the Demodragon and a special control amulet called the "Seal of the Ancients" that would enable him to summon the demodragon Kavaxas.
When Kavaxas is summoned from the Netherworld, Tiger Claw plans to use Kavaxas' wish-granting abilities to revive the Shredder.
Upon demonstrating the revival ability on Rahzar who fell in an underwater battle against Leatherhead, Kavaxas states that he will need the Kuro Kabuto that contains Shredder's mental energies. Upon Rahzar and Tiger Claw reclaiming the Kuro Kabuto after Kavaxas drained the soul out of Shredder's former right-hand man Hattori Tatsu, Kavaxas states that they will need the Shredder's heart for the revival to occur.
Upon Shredder's heart being placed on his corpse, Kavaxas begins to work on reviving Shredder as the Zombie Shredder.