The TMNT are watching the tube when Master Splinter walks in and asks them when the last time was that they had run their patrols… Leo motivates the mutants to go on patrol and then to pick up some groceries. Splinter sits down to watch the news, and sees April reporting about a spy, known as the Chameleon, who has stolen some classified weapons plans.
We then cut to the double-agent as he is fleeing from the police. To make his escape, the spy heads down into the sewers, and as Fate would have it, he arrives at a crossroads (crosspipes?) where he runs into both the TMNT and Bebop and Rocksteady! Rocky nabs Chameleon, and as the Turtles prepare to bonk heads, a Foot soldier shows up on a weird vehicle equipped with giant fists. The contraption proves to be enough of a distraction to allow Bebop and Rocksteady to escape with the Chameleon.
The two bogus baddies haul the agent to the Shredder, who wants the plans that Chameleon has stolen… but the spy doesn’t have them with him. Shredder demands the secret documents, so Chameleon offers to sell them to the villain… but this only angers Shredder. The nasty ninja brings out a real live chameleon and a spray can of mutagen, explaining to the double-agent that if he doesn’t reveal the hiding place for the plans, he will be turned into a mutant. Chameleon complies with Shredder’s demands, and Bebop and Rocksteady hurry off to retrieve the weapons blueprints. Shredder, being a dastardly villain, decides to mutate Chameleon anyway! But once he is mutated, Chameleon changes his colors and makes his escape.
Meanwhile, Donny is working on the weird new Foot vehicle when Bebop and Rocksteady come at the Turtle lads with guns blazing. The TMNT head for cover and a close-quarter shoot out takes place… Raph using his throwing stars and Shredder’s henchmen firing their laser rifles.
As it turns out, Chameleon arrives back on the scene, because the crossroads is where the plans are hidden! He draws fire from Rocksteady and Bebop as he’s perched upon the ceiling, and the lasers’ blasts bring the roof caving in on the hapless henchmen (who were saved from death by hiding under the Foot vehicle). Before the debris hits the floor, Chameleon retrieves the plans from their hiding place and makes another escape!
With the tunnel sealed off, the TMNT head for home, thinking that Rocksteady and Bebop were killed in the collapse.
The Turtles reunite with their Sensei just in time to see April reporting about the stolen weapons plans… as it turns out, the blueprints were mysteriously returned, with a note pinned to them saying “Some things are not worth profiting from.”
As the issue ends, we see the mutated Chameleon watching the report from outside a department store window, grinning.
Cover: Peter Laird, Ryan Brown and Steve Lavigne
Plot: Steve Lavigne and Dean Clarrain
Writer: Dean Clarrain
Pencils: Jim Lawson
Inks: Gary Fields
Colors: Barry Grossman
Letters: Gary Fields
First Printing: March, 1990
Number of story pages: 28