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  • Krang (along with Shredder and Lord Dregg), is one of the main antagonists in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise. He also allied himself with Shredder.
  • Krang (idem en version originale) est un Morg de l'univers de Donald Duck.
  • A Dream Dragon who lives in the Five Eyes Caves Sources: Borderlands and Beyond, Pavis: Gateway to Adventure
  • Krang ist ein Kriegsherr aus einer fremden Dimension und ein Antagonist der Ninja Turtles in der 1987iger Zeichentrickserie.
  • Krang is a supervillain from the animated TV series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, which was based on the comic book series of the same name. Though Krang never appeared in the original comics, he is similar looking to the Utrom, an alien race who appeared in the comics. In the series, both he and Shredder form an alliance to defeat the Ninja Turtles and rule the Earth. Krang was voiced by Pat Fraley.
  • Krang (also known as Torrinon, Kako Naso and Duke Acureds), is an Utrom criminal from Turtle Prime (AKA the Mirage Comics TMNT universe) and leutenant of the Imperial Army of the Guild of Super Evil in Hottie 3: The Best Fan Fic in the World. He is based of of Krang from the 80's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon, thus making him a Canon Immigrant. He is also the creator of the Technodrome.
  • Krang is a fictional extraterrestrial character of Dimension X in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles stories. He appears in the 1987-1996 cartoon and the 1988-1996 Archie TMNT Adventures comics as well as the 2011 IDW comics.
  • Krang (クレーングラム) es un científico alienígena morado que trabaja para Paragus. A pesar de que por lo general lleva un manto negro, su verdadera forma se asemeja a una combinación de un pulpo y un cerebro, con tentáculos de varios tamaños y un bigote.
  • Krang is a warlord who uses portal technology to cross over to the planet Earth in the dimension occupied by the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
  • Krang ist die Bezeichnung eines Cyberman, der den dritten Stoßtrupp anführt, der im Dezember 1986 in die Snowcap-Basis am Südpol eindringt. Krang verhandelt nach er Ermordung von General Cutler mit dem Doctor, der auf Zeit spielt, da Mondas, der Heimatplanet der Cybermen, in Kürze auseinander brechen wird.
  • Krang is a character debuting in the 1987 animated series as the disembodied brain of an evil alien warlord from another dimension and an antagonist of the Ninja Turtles. He retains this backstory for most early incarnations, although in later incarnations he is presented as an Utrom. Krang is a supervillain appearing in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles TV shows and most frequently in the 1987 cartoon and its associated media, such as the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures comic book and most of the classic TMNT video games.
  • Krang is a purple alien scientist who works for Paragus. He slightly resembles an octopus, with several tentacles and a mustache. In Broly: The Legendary Super Saiyan, when Broly enters a rage when he sees Goku, Paragus has trouble controlling him, so he takes his control device to Krang and asks him to fix it, although Krang claims that the device isn't broken and Broly must be acting out on his own. Unlike the Z Fighters and the slaves, Krang and Paragus's soldiers weren't taken to Piccolo's ship when Comet Kumorie crashed into New Vegeta, so he was presumably killed when New Vegeta was destroyed.
  • He somehow took command of an army of Rock Soldiers under the leadership of General Traag, and stole the Technodrome, a powerful battle fortress, from its creator Drakus. One day, an unexplained, bizarre incident occurred that caused Krang to be stripped of his body and reduced to a brain-like form, also resulting in his exile from Dimension X to Earth, along with his army and the Technodrome. * According to the 1987 series episode The Ninja Sword of Nowhere, Krang is a fan of Earth's soap operas (John & Marsha) The Ninja Sword of Nowhere.
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Main Character
  • Krang; Krang.png
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Sexe
  • Masculin
Row 9 info
  • Android Body
nombre-ja
  • クレーングラム
Espèce
Primera aparición
Row 8 info
  • Super Genius Scientist, Master Strategist
Heimat
Row 4 info
  • The Foot Clan
Größe
  • 0,45m
Augenfarbe
  • Schwarz / Rosa / Gelb / Blau / Violett / Rot
Sexo
  • Masculino
Row 7 title
  • Powers
Geschlecht
  • männlich
Erster Auftritt
  • The Tenth Planet
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  • Krang
transformaciones
  • N/a
Sprecher
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  • Skills and Abilities
Heimatplanet
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  • Team Affliation
Bildbreite
  • 270
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  • Tools and Weapons
Darsteller/in
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  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, "Enter The Shredder"
habite
  • Toom
Row 6 info
  • The Technodrome
Waffen
Raza
type of villain
  • Oppressor
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  • Real Name
Edad
  • Desconocida
Beruf
  • Krimineller
  • Kriegsherr
Procedencia
  • Desconocida
code inducks
  • Krang
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  • None
Apparition
  • 2003-08-12
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  • First Appearance
Nom Original
  • Krang
comentario imagen
  • Krang en la película Estalla el duelo
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  • Base of Operations
Univers
Row 5 title
  • Alias
Row 3 info
  • David Wise
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  • Creator
Spezies
Gewicht
  • 7.7
Zugehörigkeit
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  • None
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  • Krang
Goals
  • Dominated Earth.
Nombre
  • Krang
Origin
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Skills
  • Superior intelligence
Familia
  • Desconocida
Status
  • außer Funktion
Name
  • Krang
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Légende
  • Krang essayant de se libérer des cordes de Riri, Fifi et Loulou Duck.
Alias
  • Warlord
  • Pinkie
  • Super Krang
Hobby
  • Designing his inventions.
Ocupación
  • Científico
HG
  • #3e3351
  • #65467f
Image size
  • 225
  • 250
dans
  • Le marais de la liberté
Related
  • Krang(Heroes Reborn); Krang Fantastic Four Vol 2 2.jpg
  • Krang(Monster); Krang .jpg
Nom
  • Krang
Character
  • Krang
Imagen
  • 200
Occupation
  • Ruler of Dimension X
  • Extradimensional Warload
Fullname
  • Krang
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  • 29
  • 250
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  • 300
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  • Krang (along with Shredder and Lord Dregg), is one of the main antagonists in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise. He also allied himself with Shredder.
  • Krang (idem en version originale) est un Morg de l'univers de Donald Duck.
  • Krang is a character debuting in the 1987 animated series as the disembodied brain of an evil alien warlord from another dimension and an antagonist of the Ninja Turtles. He retains this backstory for most early incarnations, although in later incarnations he is presented as an Utrom. Krang is a supervillain appearing in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles TV shows and most frequently in the 1987 cartoon and its associated media, such as the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures comic book and most of the classic TMNT video games. Krang's first comics appearance was in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures vol. 1, #1, published by Archie Comics in August 1988. In the 1987 TV series, Krang was voiced by Pat Fraley. He is still one of the primary antagonists to the Ninja Turtles, appearing as General Krang in the 2012 IDW comic publication.
  • Krang is a purple alien scientist who works for Paragus. He slightly resembles an octopus, with several tentacles and a mustache. In Broly: The Legendary Super Saiyan, when Broly enters a rage when he sees Goku, Paragus has trouble controlling him, so he takes his control device to Krang and asks him to fix it, although Krang claims that the device isn't broken and Broly must be acting out on his own. Unlike the Z Fighters and the slaves, Krang and Paragus's soldiers weren't taken to Piccolo's ship when Comet Kumorie crashed into New Vegeta, so he was presumably killed when New Vegeta was destroyed. Voiced by: Kent Williams in the English dub From Dragon Ball Wiki, a Wikia wiki.
  • He somehow took command of an army of Rock Soldiers under the leadership of General Traag, and stole the Technodrome, a powerful battle fortress, from its creator Drakus. One day, an unexplained, bizarre incident occurred that caused Krang to be stripped of his body and reduced to a brain-like form, also resulting in his exile from Dimension X to Earth, along with his army and the Technodrome. While on Earth, Krang allied himself with the Shredder, who, along with his robotic Foot Soldier army, moved into the Technodrome. In exchange, the Shredder had to design and build a new body for Krang, a human-shaped exo-suit. Shredder lived up to his part of the bargain in the season 1 episode The Shredder is Splintered, in no small part because he was unable to deal with the Turtles and needed Krang's help. Indeed, in the season 3 episode Shredderville, the Turtles have a dream of a parallel world in which they never lived, and Shredder had no problem taking over the world and April and Irma are his friends instead of the Turtles'. In this world, Shredder abandoned Krang after his conquest was complete, leaving him with no body and a heavily-damaged Technodrome. Krang's ultimate goal is to take over the Earth; it probably only became his objective after he was exiled on the Earth, but this point is never made clear. Every plan Krang conceives is either aimed at that goal, or towards the short-term objective of powering-up the Technodrome. He does not share Shredder's obsession with the Turtles and Splinter; while Shredder sees them as mortal enemies, Krang seems to regard them more like annoyances to be destroyed when they interfere in his plans. Counting from the first meeting between the Turtles and Shredder and Krang, Krang spent eight seasons in the Technodrome, either somewhere on Earth or in Dimension X, scheming to power up his battle fortress and take over the Earth. In the season 8 episode Turtle Trek, the Turtles destroy the engines of the Technodrome, trapping it and its inhabitants in Dimension X for good and putting an end to Krang's plans. Krang spent the next two years in Dimension X, until he was contacted by Dregg (The Power of Three). Dregg arranged for him and Shredder to come back to Earth, to help him fight the Turtles. However, Dregg betrays them, and drains Krang's intelligence. Shredder escapes and restores Krang (A Turtle in Time), but Dregg captures them again. Finally, the Turtles spoil his plan and transport Shredder and Krang back to Dimension X (Turtles to the Second Power). In the series finale, Divide and Conquer, the Turtles return to the Technodrome to take Krang's android body, which they need to fight Dregg. Krang is nowhere to be seen, but it is assumed that he is still somewhere in Dimension X. In the Archie Comics series, Krang was depicted as far more evil and wicked than in the cartoon. He was said to have the blood of whole races on his hands, like Wingnut and Screwloose's home planet Huanu. * According to the 1987 series episode The Ninja Sword of Nowhere, Krang is a fan of Earth's soap operas (John & Marsha) The Ninja Sword of Nowhere.
  • A Dream Dragon who lives in the Five Eyes Caves Sources: Borderlands and Beyond, Pavis: Gateway to Adventure
  • Krang ist ein Kriegsherr aus einer fremden Dimension und ein Antagonist der Ninja Turtles in der 1987iger Zeichentrickserie.
  • Krang ist die Bezeichnung eines Cyberman, der den dritten Stoßtrupp anführt, der im Dezember 1986 in die Snowcap-Basis am Südpol eindringt. Krang verhandelt nach er Ermordung von General Cutler mit dem Doctor, der auf Zeit spielt, da Mondas, der Heimatplanet der Cybermen, in Kürze auseinander brechen wird. Als er sich vom Doctor hintergangen sieht, gibt er den Befehl, die in der Basis vorhandene Z-Bombe zu zünden, um so auch die Erde zu zerstören. Doch dazu kommt es nicht mehr: als Mondas explodiert sterben alle auf der Erde anwesenden Cybermen. Kategorie:Doctor Who Personen Kategorie:Cybermen Kategorie:Cyborgs Kategorie:Mörder
  • Krang is a supervillain from the animated TV series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, which was based on the comic book series of the same name. Though Krang never appeared in the original comics, he is similar looking to the Utrom, an alien race who appeared in the comics. In the series, both he and Shredder form an alliance to defeat the Ninja Turtles and rule the Earth. Krang was voiced by Pat Fraley.
  • Krang (also known as Torrinon, Kako Naso and Duke Acureds), is an Utrom criminal from Turtle Prime (AKA the Mirage Comics TMNT universe) and leutenant of the Imperial Army of the Guild of Super Evil in Hottie 3: The Best Fan Fic in the World. He is based of of Krang from the 80's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon, thus making him a Canon Immigrant. He is also the creator of the Technodrome.
  • Krang is a fictional extraterrestrial character of Dimension X in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles stories. He appears in the 1987-1996 cartoon and the 1988-1996 Archie TMNT Adventures comics as well as the 2011 IDW comics.
  • Krang (クレーングラム) es un científico alienígena morado que trabaja para Paragus. A pesar de que por lo general lleva un manto negro, su verdadera forma se asemeja a una combinación de un pulpo y un cerebro, con tentáculos de varios tamaños y un bigote.
  • Krang is a warlord who uses portal technology to cross over to the planet Earth in the dimension occupied by the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
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