The Ninja turtles They have enormous validity in today’s world, also adapting to the NBA planet. the Canadian brand Peace collective this year it launched a series of apparel that mix the logos of various basketball teams with the unmistakable style of teenage mutants.
Peace Collective aims to “make a difference” as defined on his LinkedIn page. It was born in early 2015 with the mission of “capturing cultural sentiment and creating a movement of creativity and restitution”.
This collection, another sport-focused for the Canadian agency, includes hoodies, crewnecks, t-shirts for kids and adults, and more.
Thus, we can see the logo of the Los Angeles Lakers or Toronto Raptors with the letters of the Ninja Turtles, in light green and with its classic thickness.
Other models also stand out with the presence of Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael and Donatello, the four mutant teenage turtles that are the protagonists of the series.
In addition to the Lakers and Raptors, other teams like Chicago Bulls, New York Knicks, New Jersey Nets and Boston Celtics. Overall, second Complex, Thirteen NBA teams have been subjected to the magic of “Cowabunga”.
Ninja turtles, a phenomenon that has persisted over time
TMNT: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is a comic created by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird for Mirage Studos in 1984. He then moved on to Archie Comics, Dreamwave Productions and IDW Publishing.
It had a television adaptation. in the 80s and early 90s, Very popular in Latin America. It was also in OVA anime format with two episodes in 1996, exclusively for Japan.
In addition, eight films were released between 1990 and 2019, the most recent of which batman vs tmnt, the first collaboration between Warner Bros and Nickelodeon, in which the Turtles team up with Batman, Batgirl and Robin to face Shredder and Ra’s al Ghul.