Donatello and Michelangelo Hands on TMNT 2014 HD Wallpaper #6607

~~Written for the Donatello and Michelangelo Pairing Fanbook: Experimental Affection.

Donatello and Michelangelo by MikeES on DeviantArt

The detail work for Michelangelo and Donatello is just as sharp as it was on Leonardo and Raphael. And the differences in the figures' heights are far more pronounced with Michelangelo being slightly shorter and Donatello easily being the tallest of the four, just as they are in the Nickelodeon cartoon. The gaps for the articulation are no better unfortunately. They are still the biggest short comings on what are otherwise steller looking figures. Michelangelo has a unique and unexpected problem. His default head has a large, open mouth grin. That works well for Michelangelo most of the time. But without an option for a most serious expression, when you white out his eyes for ninja mode, that grin quickly goes from happy to extremely creepy. And his alterate head isn't much better. It is also worth noting that both Donatello and Michelangelo have bandanna tails that are sculpted in such a way that they can work in a wider range of positions than Leonardo's or Raphael's. Donatello's can even drape over his shoulder as it often does in the show.

TMNT 2012-Raphael,Leonardo,Donatello and Michelangelo

TMNT: Smash Up - Train - Donatello vs Michelangelo - HD

Raphael's found love while Donatello and Michelangelo seem to have given up on it. Of course, Leo may be falling for a certain Timestress but, he's keeping it a secret. When The Foot decides to up their tech game, the turtles have no choice but to go toe to toe...Of course, unless The Foot's plans change...Raph/OC, some Leo/Renet and Donatello/OC/Michaelangelo/OC.


When thinking about a triumph over an unimaginable feat, the story of David and Goliath comes to mind. During the Italian Renaissance, Florence was under constant change and turmoil however David remained a consistent symbol of endless possibilities for the people. “For the Florentines, David represented the essence of civic virtue-courage, fortitude, and faith” (Murray, 39). Various artists have revealed their own depictions of the young shepherd boy but two stand out among the masses. Donatello and Michelangelo both created masterpieces on the biblical subject although the approaches of each artist were completely diverse and caused unique reactions.