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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures (1989) - #28
"Midnight Sun, Part One"
Archie Comics


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  Writer(s):
Dean Clarrain

Penciller(s):
Chris Allan

Inker(s):
Brian Thomas

Colorist(s):
Barry Grossman - 'B. Grossman'

Letterer(s):
Gary Fields

Editor(s):
Dean Clarrain

Cover Artist(s):
Ryan Brown - '(principally a TMNT creator)'
Steve Lavigne
Ken Mitchroney
 

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Cover Date: January 1992
Cover Price: US $ 1.25

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 26 pages

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Letters Column: Turtle Tracks

Synopsis:
Turtles, April, and Splinter travel to Hiroshima, to find and save Warrior Dragon. On the way, Splinter teaches the Turtles some Japanese mythology and April recounts what happened to Dragon.

Meanwhile, Chien Khan has a teenage girl kidnapped in Hiroshima, claiming that her young soul will serve them well. Warrior Dragon is in Khan's captivity, as well. Khan reveals that he actually needs Dragon's soul, but he needs Fu Sheng's (the old man that is kinda Dragon's mentor) help. If he doesn't get the help, he will kill the young girl.

Turtles arrive in Hiroshima, hide out in the sewers until nightfall, but they meet trouble... but one of Khan's ninjas witnesses the arrival of the Turtles, and reports it to Khan. Khan sends his most trusted warrior Ninjara to stop the Turtles...

Reprinted/Collected in:
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures (1989) TPB vol. 08

Notes:
Continued from the backup stories in the last few issues.

1st: Ninjara
1st: Chien Khan

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