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If you have yet to see MIRACULOUS: TALES OF LADYBUG & CAT NOIR, now is the time to to get on-board - especially for those with kids ages 4-12. The French animated series was a from-out-of-nowhere hit that we stumbled upon by accident some months ago here at Rock Father HQ, soon setting it to "series record" on the DVR, and later checking out some of the original episodes (in French) online. The Rock Daughters™ are not alone in their love of MIRACULOUS, with the show already becoming a Top 5 hit for girls on Nickelodeon here in the U.S. (it airs on other networks in a total of 79 countries thus far), and on the cusp over a major breakthrough... and it's starting at Comic-Con International (SDCC) in San Diego this week.

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When I first caught wind of ICE AGE director Chris Wedge's MONSTER TRUCKS a year or two ago, I thought it was going to be something entirely different than what it is - a fact that didn't hit me until the trailer arrived in my email earlier this afternoon. I'm completely on-board with this, and even my wife (always a hard sell) said she thought it looked cute. The trailer presents such a throwback vibe to the family films of decades past -- a big adventure with some of an E.T. feel (a creature being hunted by questionable humans) mixed with what I'd expect a CARS movie to look like in live-action. Take a look at the MONSTER TRUCKS trailer below, and get a taste for yourself...

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Part of #TMNTweek 2016 on THE ROCK FATHER Magazine! Check out TheRockFather.com/TMNT for more.

The year was 1989, and as the TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES celebrated their meteoric rise to the top of the Saturday morning cartoon charts and simultaneous infiltration of the action figure aisle, the battle against The Shredder and The Foot Clan wound up finding a new stage: the breakfast table. Produced by Ralston, who at the time were the kings of cool-looking, yet questionably-tasting cereals based on the pop culture icons of the day, the original TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES Cereal  featured "Crunchy Ninja Nets" (think Chex) and Ninja Marshmallows for "a power-packed crunch!" Like most licensed cereals, it was a limited-time affair, but with the success of Nickelodeon's current animated series and the release of TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES: OUT OF THE SHADOWS into theaters, Mikey, Leo, Raph and Donnie are back in the kitchen in a new cereal, produced in 2016 by General Mills.

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Part of #TMNTweek 2016 on THE ROCK FATHER Magazine! Check out TheRockFather.com/TMNT for more.

There's a trend happening right now that I'm seriously digging... one that takes me back to my own youth growing up in the 80s: Space. The Rock Daughters™ are pretty space-obsessed at this point, having countless out-of-this-world adventures that often take them to a galaxy far, far away... or beyond the known universe. For the latter, it's Nickelodeon's TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES answering the call, and BEYOND THE KNOWN UNIVERSE is the latest DVD collection to feature the boys in-action. As part of #TMNTweek 2016, my friends at Nickelodeon and Paramount have teamed-up with THE ROCK FATHER Magazine to give readers a shot at winning one!

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On June 3, Paramount Pictures will release TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES: OUT OF THE SHADOWS, and today comes a new clip that you'd think shows the new Shellraiser Tactical Truck in all of its Foot Clan-fighting glory... but it's actually Raphael that "takes out the trash." Aside from the new clip (and those new looks are increasing in frequency), PORTLANDIA's Fred Armisen had to bow out of voicing the evil Krang due to a scheduling conflict, opening the door for Brad Garrett to step into the voice booth. Check out the new clip below, and be sure to hit my special TMNT content hub right here on THE ROCK FATHER Magazine for all-things Turtles. #TMNTWeek returns to the site May 30-June 3, so stay tuned...

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It seems that everyone and everything is on a space mission these days, and that's just fine here at Rock Father HQ since the girls are so very interested in all things intersellar. Now comes word that the TMNT crew will embark on an out-of-this-world adventure to save Earth in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Beyond the Known Universe, a two-disc, 12-episode adventure available on DVD May 24.

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