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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder cosplay by Milynn Sarley

When Milynn Sarley’s version of the evil Shredder attacks, we might be willing to cut her a little slack…

“Tonight I dine on Turtle Soup!” — James Avery voice.

Actress Milynn Sarley brings the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ arch-nemesis, Oroku Saki, AKA the Shredder, from the original Fred Wolf cartoon series (of which we reviewed every episode) to life with aplomb in the following set. Wait, would James Avery’s iconic voice alongside Milynn’s version even make sense, though? And where are Bebop and Rocksteady?

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