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Fright Night’s Chris Sarandon will voice Dracula in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles season 5

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Superb casting here. Chris Sarandon was the vampire in Fright Night so it is only fitting he voices Dracula in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles season 5. It seems the Turtles will be going up against the Universal Monsters as these episode descriptions show.

Tales of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” has arrived! New Season – New Looks – New Bad Guys – and most importantly, BABY TURTLES!

Episode 8 – ‘The Curse of Savanti Romero’

When Renet (Mikey’s crush from the future) returns, the Turtles must help her stop Savanti Romero from unleashing an undead army on Modern-day New York by traveling back in time.

Episode 9 – ‘The Crypt of Dracula’

The turtles and Renet travel back in time to prevent Savanti Romero from creating his army of the undead by releasing Dracula from his tomb.

Episode 10 – ‘The Frankenstein Experiment’

Savanti Romero succeeds in releasing Dracula, who later bites Raph and turns him into a vampiric turtle mutant. With April and Casey still in the present with Karai, fighting a horde of horror-type creatures, the three turtles and Renet turn to a young Dr. Victor Frankentstein & Igor for help.


Episode 11 – ‘Monsters Among Us’

With Donnie and Igor helping Viktor with his experiment, and the rest of the team dealing with zombies and new vampires in New York, Leo leads Mikey and Renet on a dangerous hunt to break Raph free from Dracula’s thrall and cure him before they return home to their time, and the city gets overrun by an unholy epidemic!

Sounds cool and they will also be meeting up with aliens and Usagi Yojimbo, a rabbit rōnin, who has always been one of my favourites.

Via Bloody Disgusting

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