|Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Alpha|
|Publisher|| IDW Publishing|
(under license from ViacomCBS)
|Publication date||May 14th, 2018-present|
|No. of issues||Ongoing|
|Main character(s)|| Leonardo|
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Alpha is an American action-adventure-comedy comic book series, serving as a reboot to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird, being published by IDW Publishing (under license from ViacomCBS) since May 14th, 2018.
Four brothers face evil and discover the truth of their origins as they face several threats and deal with the problems of their life and New York as well.
- Leonardo - the oldest of the Turtles who is the de facto leader of the gang.
- Raphael - the second oldest of the Turtles who has anger issues.
- Donatello - the second youngest of the Turtles who is extremely intelligent.
- Michelangelo - the youngest of the Turtles who is known for his more comedic behavior.
- Master Splinter - an elder rat who raised and mentors the Turtles into warriors.
- April O'Neil - a journalist who encounters the Turtles, quickly bonding with them and becoming a close ally.
- Casey Jones - a hockey mask-wearing vigilante and April's love interest who originally had a dislike of the Turtles, later becoming a close ally to them. He is also the current owner of the security network known as Jones Security.
- Vern Fenwick - April's cameraman who is egotistical but has a generally nice personality.
- Irma Langinstein - April's best friend who is aware of of the Turtles' existence.
- Lisa Jones/Nightwatcher - Casey's teenage sister who Raphael falls in love with. Later on, she gains the alter-ego of Nightwatcher.
- Metalhead - a machine made by Donatello who TBD.
- Leatherhead - a mutant alligator who is rather rough TBD.
- Miyamoto Usagi - a rabbit bodyguard from a different dimension who is TBD.
- Fugatoid - TBD
- Renet - TBD
- The Foot Clan, consisting of:
- Oroku Saki/The Shredder - the deadly and nefarious leader of the Foot Clan who is one of the Turtles' arch-enemies.
- Hamato Miwa/Karai - Shredder's daughter who enforces his soldiers.
- Bebop and Rocksteady - two mutant gangsters who work for Shredder.
- Chris Bradford/Ghost Bear - Raphael's former idol who is secretly a member of the Foot Clan, later mutating into a bear.
- Baxter Stockman - a mad African American scientist who helps Shredder to develop his technology.
- Slash - a vicious clone of the Turtles who believes on his superiority and shows traits from all four of the turtles.
- Alopex - a serious and TBD fox who TBD.
- Eric Sacks/Fishface - a businessman who mutates into a fish mutant that is out to TBD.
- Evelyn/Ghost - a mysterious teenager who has the ability to phase and enforces the Foot's activities by using more secretive and stealthy tactics.
- Rahzar and Tokka - two mutant hunters who are shown to TBD.
- Armaggon - TBD
- Mutagen Man - TBD
- Old Hob - a mutant cat who is rather TBD.
- Victor Feral/Spider Bytez - a creepy scientist who TBD.
- Roadkill - a former small time crook who TBD.
- Mousers - robots created by Stockman.
- Foot Soldiers - ninjas who work for the Foot.
- Krang - an alien warlord who aims to conquer Earth by using a massive doomsday weapon known as the Technodrone to destroy TBD.
- Ch'rell - Krang's brother who temporarily posed as Shredder for his personal gains.
- The Purple Dragons, consisting of:
- Hun - the leader of the Purple Dragons and Casey's arch-nemesis who is responsible for his father's death, being out to turn New York City into his gang's personal paradise and despises the Turtles for messing up with their plans.
- Dragon Face - a purple dragon who shows TBD.
- Angel Bridge - TBD
- Fong - TBD
- Tsoi - TBD
- Sid Jones - Casey's cousin who is TBD.
- Agent John Bishop - a paranoid agent who TBD.
- Maxwell Winters/Yaotl - a rather influential businessman who is secretly a TBD.
- Simon Bonesteel - a skilled hunter who is out to hunt down and kill TBD, eventually injecting himself with mutagen, becoming a mutant lion.
- Vam Mi - TBD
- The Rat King - an insane man who uses hallucinatory drugs to control rats and TBD.
- Wingnut and Screwloose - TBD
- Ho Chan - TBD
- Savanti Romero - TBD
- Secret of the Ooze - 5/14/2018 - Set in the sewers of New York City, four young turtles head for justice and encounter a mutant cat named Old Hob.
- Seeing Ghosts - 5/28/2018 - When a mysterious figure has been stealing various TBD.
- Sack the Sack - 6/11/2018 - The Turtles encounter a rich businessman who secretly works for the Foot, aiming to unleash a mutagen wave. Things get worse when he mutates into a fish-like mutant.
- Shredding Time - 6/25/2018 - The Turtles come face to face with the one responsible for the events that happened in the last few issues: the Shredder.
- Purple Eyes - 7/9/2018 - The street gang known as the Purple Dragons invade numerous stores to get cash. The Turtles decide to head after them, encountering the vigilante known as Casey Jones.
- Mousetrap - 7/23/2018 - Self claimed scientist Baxter Stockman invents a "security robot group" to "protect" New York TBD.
- Spider Byte - 8/6/2018 - TBD
- Metalheads - 8/20/2018 - TBD
- TBD - 9/3/2018 - TBD
- TBD - 9/17/2018 - TBD
- TBD - 10/1/2018 - TBD
- TBD - 10/15/2018 - TBD
- Rat Night - 10/29/2018 - TBD
- Turtles and the Rabbit - 11/12/2018 - TBD
- TBD - 11/26/2018 - TBD
- TBD - 12/10/2018 - TBD
- The Fight Before Christmas - 12/24/2018 - It is Christmas time as a Foot group lead by Karai and Alopex starts invading TBD.
- TBD - 1/7/2019 - TBD
- TBD - 1/21/2019 - TBD
- Shredder War - 2/4/2019 - Splinter and the Turtles comes face to face with Shredder in an ultimate duel.
- A False Shredder?! - 2/18/2019 - A few weeks after the banishment of Shredder into the Spirit Lands, Leo learns someone is posing as the Shredder and taking control of the Foot.
- My Cousin Sid - TBD
Animated television adaption
- The series combines the elements of mythology, supernatural and science fiction.
- The developers of the comic set this as a "back to the roots" as it aims for a darker and edgier approach similar to the comics and the 2003 series, while still family-friendly, in contrast with the rather lighter approach of the 1987 and 2012 series and Rise and tries to be more serious while still having some hints of humor.