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TMNT's Jennika Gets Her Own Mini-Series by Brahm Revel

After making eBay speculators rich when she became the first female mutant turtle in IDW's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic book universe, Jennika is getting her own three-issue solo series in 2020. Fried chicken news website had the EX-X-XCLUSIVE on this, presumably in exchange for giving IDW insider information on where to score a hard-to-find Popeye's chicken sandwich. Brahm Revel will write and draw the series, which follows the universe-altering events of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #100, the conclusion of the City at War storyline. Nothing will ever be the same again, naturally.

Here's what Revel had to say about the series:

Jennika has always been a fascinating character, and her story is now moving in directions none of us could have ever anticipated. I'm very excited about the opportunity to revisit Jenn's past and explore how she's been handling the recent changes in her life, all while being tested by a world that's changing just as rapidly as she is.

And here's what editor Bobby Curnow said, in between taking bites of those ill-gotten chicken sandwiches:

Brahm has a fantastic knack for revealing character through adversity. With the Jennika miniseries, he's digging deep into what makes this fan-favorite character tick, all in a fast-moving and accessible story. I'm also excited for people to see the back-up stories from up-and-coming creators that will be featured in every issue.

Jennika #1 hits stores in February. Below, see the main cover by Revel and variant cover by Jodie Nishijima.

TMNT's Jennika Gets Her Own Mini-Series by Brahm Revel

TMNT's Jennika Gets Her Own Mini-Series by Brahm Revel

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