Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. He and April enlists Karai and Shinigami to hunt down Bebop and Rocksteady in "The Foot Walks Again". [2] His initial homicidal tendencies are especially present in his first appearance, although he never actually murders anyone in that instance.[3]. In the series, Casey has a good heart, but is easily enraged and occasionally bumbling. In the Monstrous Tales saga, Casey turns into a vampire, along with April, Donatello and Raphael, until he returns to normal, due to Mikey defeating Dracula.

Disguising themselves as a human child, they attempt to teach him self-defense. When Jones was young, his father, Arnold Casey Jones Sr., owned an auto shop. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Casey Jones, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Casey & April, https://turtlepedia.fandom.com/wiki/Casey_Jones?oldid=562071.

Casey appears to be overly hyperactive, based on her frantic speech pattern and tendency to shout. He is referred to by Michelangelo as "Wayne Gretzky on steroids." However, their unique perspectives and attitudes resulted in more trouble than help. Casey "officially" becomes a part of the Turtles' family around this point, and the farmhouse acts as a second home to the group for some time. Enticed by examples from TV, Casey decided to do something about the crime in the streets. This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. By volume four, he and April are married, raising Shadow as their daughter and trying to have a child of their own.

In a chance encounter, Casey is reunited with April when she comes to buy the apartment building owned by Casey's mother. Casey Jones has lead roles in four of the six Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles films. After the Shredder escapes from custody and Bebop and Rocksteady beat him up and steal his armored vehicle Casey decides to hunt the two criminals on his own. An interview with show creator Ciro Nieli on IGN elaborates: He is voiced by Josh Peck. Contents: 1 Casey Jones … Casey was voiced by Pat Fraley. He also has rivalry with Donatello due to their mutual feelings for April. In Shades of Gray, Casey accidentally kills a teenager who tried to mug him.

After infiltrating an auction house, she encountered Michelangelo and discovered that he was there for Lou Jitsu merchandise, namely Hot Soup: The Game.

Just like the Heroes in a Half Shell, Casey has undergone various interpretations in comics, animation and movies. When the Turtles gear up for a mission, Casey gets a new mask that bears a strong resemblance to his comic counterpart. This is the most fierce and detailed Casey Jones figure ever, with multiple points of articulation. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. In the Crossover Tales saga, Casey assists the Turtles and their 1980s counterparts in stopping Krang and the 1980s counterpart of the Shredder.

In the same episode, it was also revealed that she applied to multiple clans before becoming part of the Foot Clan, and she was offered acceptance into every one. Mr. Jones hears something and figures it's the Purple Dragons breaking into his store. During the Turtles and April's fight with Shredder, Casey defected to their side and helped them, Baron Draxum, and the spirits of the Hamato Clan's ancestors defeat the Shredder while returning Oroku Saki's spirit to them.

Later, after Casey and April are freed, Casey assists in the final battle by taking on Bebop and Rocksteady.

By the time the film takes place, Casey is now in a relationship with April and he works for her shipping company as a delivery man, spending his nights continuing his vigilante activities. Enraged, Hun had beaten him to within an inch of his life as Casey is forced to see Hun inside his eye pupil. Casey's mom then goes searching for her husband and vanishes, too. He is quickly introduced to the turtles and becomes a butt of their jokes, with Raph and Mikey mocking his hockey mask and later tricking him into attacking Master Splinter (which results in Casey getting easily defeated). Casey drifts off into a delusional state, reassuring himself that his father and mother are still alive, just waiting for Casey to clean the streets of all the Purple Dragons before they can return. Gabrielle dies during childbirth and Casey is left to take care of her daughter, whom he names Shadow. Casey's backstory is fleshed out over the course of the series. He is defeated, at first, but later defeats Hun and prolongs Shredder's plans. Later, Casey teams up with the Turtles and the Mighty Mutanimals to put an end to Zeck and Steranko in "The Big Blowout". And I’m like, "Dude, that’s it!" It is implied that Casey had gone away for a while, explaining his absence in the second film. But Casey and Raphael – they’re fun. [9] He is a former professional ice hockey player who had turned vigilante after his career ended early due to an injury.

He started his career with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles when he ran into Raphael beating up a pair of muggers. He meets up with the Foot Clan leader Karai at one of these clubs and, after a few drinks, awakens at Karai's retreat with no memory of the night before, although Karai knows something of what had happened. "Goongala" was the best he could come up with.

He also shows a romantic interest in April, as Casey does. It is implied that he was killed for doing so. However, within a day Raph and Mikey warm up to Casey and convince him to help them steal the Purple Ooze from police headquarters. Tracking them to the TCRI building, Jones notices April being pursued by the Foot and grabs from his trunk his hockey stick and mask, which he uses to fight the Foot Clan.

When the turtles are threatened by the police Casey and April place themselves in the line of fire to buy the turtles time to escape. New York City, where Jones is from, was overrun by criminals. Contents Many recurring characters were in attendance and the ceremony performed by the Fugitoid. Raphael runs into Casey beating some muggers and proceeds to stop him before the crooks are murdered. "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" issues #48 and #49 (1992), "Shades of Gray", "Raphael" One-shot magazine (1985), "Blind Faith", "Dragons Rising" features a flashback of Casey's father telling him the importance of doing "the right thing." In Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the series introduced a genderbent version of the character named Cassandra "Casey" Jones who is voiced by Zelda Williams. In the first film, he is portrayed by Elias Koteas. It seemed that this traumatic event resulted in several mental and emotional disorders when a reflection of Hun's appears in Casey's eye; explaining his often violent and erratic behavior. In the 1987 animated series, Casey Jones is a crazed vigilante with a "Dirty Harry" like persona, who goes after all sorts of criminals, from robbers to litterers. Early on, Casey meets April and there is an initial attraction. From this point on, Casey becomes a valuable ally of the Turtles, and has a closer friendship with Raphael than in any other incarnation.

When Casey was a little kid, he was worried that his dad should give into the Purple Dragons and their protection racket, lest something bad happen. In the 2003 animated series, Jones has a much more important role. Disliking his anger issues (ironically), Raph tried to stop Casey, and the two began to brawl. In the end, however, young Casey angrily jumps to the defense of a friend against the bullies, proclaiming they were no match for "Arnold Casey Jones!"

Shortly after that, Mr. Jones goes searching for Hun to get revenge and vanishes. When Raphael let them go, Casey proceeded to "finish them off," but was stopped by Raphael. How to Make Enemies and Bend People to Your Will, https://turtlepedia.fandom.com/wiki/Cassandra_Jones?oldid=557643, Pages using duplicate arguments in template calls.

And they’re a little retarded like me [laughs]. His main catchphrase is the battle cry "Goongala!". He never takes off his mask on screen, even when once going undercover in a business suit. In the finale "Wedding Bells and Bytes", they are married, with Raphael serving as the best man and Michelangelo as the maid of honor. After spreading Gabrielle's ashes, Casey returns to New York with Shadow to stay with his mother. Casey Jones has been confirmed to appear in the second season of the 2012 animated series. Raphael first met Casey Jones when the man was beating up some muggers.

However, this is semi-retconned when writer Tristan Huw Jones imported his 2003 TV series back-story, in Tales issue #56. Through this, he meets Raphael as the Nightwatcher, becoming his sidekick - though he claims Raphael is the sidekick. He encounters Raphael while attacking some purse-snatchers. Despite his lack of intelligence and apparent incompetence, he was early on in the series referred to by Hun as "Our (the Purple Dragon's) greatest enemy", and a fighting tournament was held to see which Dragon would have the honor of killing him, indicating how serious a threat the criminal underworld views him as.

But that’s the kind of collaboration we had; it was always that kind of spontaneity, and how so many of the characters came together.

The film ends with Casey and April arranging to go on a date. And at the last minute, Pete said, "Well why don’t you give him a golf bag and he’ll have all kinds of weapons in it?"

He is introduced in the episode "Mutagen Man Unleashed" as a hockey player who April tutors in school. Following the Shredder's return, Casey longed to take over the world and prove her loyalty to the Foot Clan, despite them abandoning her. Over time, however, they start dating and a serious relationship develops.

Arnold Bernid "Casey" Jones is a fictional character from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comics.