Carrie Keranen (born in 1987) is a voice actress commonly known for working with 4Kids Entertainment, DuArt Film and Video and NYAV Post. She has voiced various characters in the 2003 TV series, Fast Forward and Back to the Sewer. She is best known as the second voice of Mokuba Kaiba on Yu-Gi-Oh, Mitsuki on Kappa Mikey, Ozzel in Slayers, and Sheena in the recent Pokémon movie, Pokémon: Arceus and the Jewel of Life. She recently moved to Los Angeles, California.
Home: New York City, Earth
Affiliation: TMNT, Purple Dragons
Hair Color: Purple/Black
Eye Color: Brown
Universe: 2K3 Series, Back to The Sewer
First Appearance: Fallen Angel
Voiced by: Tara Jayne (2K3), Carrie Keranen (BTTS)
Angel is a character from the 2003 TV series. She has a brother named Ryan.
Angel is a youth from Casey’s neighborhood. Although Casey promised her grandmother that he would look out for her, Angel has been getting into all sorts of trouble. She eventually became captivated by the Purple Dragons around the neighborhood and followed them in hopes of joining their ranks. During one of her “initiations”, which was a robbery,
Casey and the Turtles showed up to prevent them from getting away. Casey was stunned to find Angel among the thieves and tried his best to discourage her from joining them, but Angel ignored him and ran off. Although she escaped, Casey was determined to make sure she didn’t join the Dragons. He infiltrated their hideout just as Angel was about to fight two Purple Dragon members. Casey stepped into the ring to take Angel out of there, but Hun stepped in and captured him. Guilt-ridden, Angel tried to free Casey from his prison but was unsuccessful. Casey told her to contact Raphael in the abandoned warehouse in Eastman and Laird. When she got there, she was surprised to find four humanoid turtles standing in front of her. They all infiltrated the Purple Dragon’s hideout and, after causing a ruckus, managed to escape with Casey in tow. Afterwards, she renounced her juvenile delinquent ways and became an ally to the Turtles.
Some time after, Angel burst into the lair begging the turtles they help her find her brother, Ryan,who had been gone for three days in an abandoned mansion, looking for gold coins. The turles and Angel encountered a legion of undead warriors, where an old man living in the mansion saved them. The four turtles went back down to conquer the creature that controlled the undead warriors, with Angel being forced to stay behind. The turtles eventually returned with Ryan.
Shortly after Karai became the Shredder, Leonardo contacted Angel and instructed her to fake a pizza delivery (due to members of the Foot keeping heavy surveillance on the location) to the Second Time Around shop, where April O’Neil worked, to ask where the turtles were. April wrote back amd Angel gave the note to Leonardo.
Later, when the Foot Mystics attacked the turtles through a dream, in it the Turtles were chased by Police, the Earth Protection Force, and the Foot, and it was suggested they contact Angel and ask for her help, though this led to the deaths of April and Casey.
Back to the Sewer
Angel arrives as a guest to April and Casey’s wedding, and helped fight against the forces of Cyber Shredder. When he was defeated, Angel and others witnessed the wedding.
Affiliation: Justice Force, Domeoids
Hair Color: Red
Eye Color: Brown
Universe: Mirage Comics, 2K3 Series, Lost Season, Fast Forward, Back to The Sewer
First Appearance: Dome Doom
Voiced by: Carrie Keranen
Ananda is a superhero and member of the Justice Force, and the daughter of Battling Bernice and (in the 2003 series and its follow-ups), Dr. Dome.
Former Justice Force member Dr. Dome began attacking his ex-teammates to draw his beloved Bernice out of hiding. However, it turned out that his love for Bernice was unrequited, as was hers for Stainless Steel Steve. Bernice, like the other members of the Justice Force, had moved on with her life, and died three years prior to Dome’s attacks. Bernice’s daughter Ananda, who was drawn out instead of Bernice, relayed all of this to Dr. Dome.
In the episode Return of the Justice Force, Ananda attempted to get revenge on the Justice Force because she blamed them for her mother’s death in action. She took over her father’s Domeoids and used them to capture the old Justice Force one by one, forcing them into stasis. When her father came barging in on the the Justice Force, believing Stainless Steel Steve was responsible, Ananda presumed that JF would destroy each other. However, Mikey reminded them of their friendship, forcing Ananda to reveal herself and use the Domeoids instead. Mikey was able to come up with a strategy to dissipate her control by engaging the Domeoids in multiple locations at once, causing her concentration to falter, which resulted in her father’s Domebot to fall down on her and pin her to the ground. Her father helped her up and told her that her mother came back to the Justice Force of her own free will to protect others. Finally coming back to her senses, Ananda took up her father’s and mother’s mantle and subsequently joined the new incarnation of the Justice Force under the leadership of Silver Sentry.
Ananda participated in the battle against the Triceratons’ invasion of Earth, but was forced to break off the attack and return to Earth with Metal Head, who had been injured in the fight.
The Lost Episodes
Ananda aided the Turtles in helping to subdue the resurrected Nano, whose core programming had been inadvertently scrambled by Baxter Stockman and who was therefore driven to attack the Justice Force. With the help of her technopathy, she was able to analyze his problem and introduced him along with Michelangelo and Leonardo into the Justice Force. Later on, Ananda and the rest of the Justice Force were part of the Turtles’ strike force against the Tengu Shredder.
Ananda appeared in the episode The Journal, where she and the rest of the Justice Force were allegedly turned into babies by Michelangelo. Luckily, the story proved to be just a fabrication.
Back to the Sewer
She shows up in the episodes Super Power Struggle and Wedding Bells and Bytes. Ananda and the rest of the Justice Force were invited guests for Casey and April’s wedding. While coming late to the ceremony itself, they were just in time to save the attendants from an attack by the Cyber Shredder and the Foot Clan.
In the Mirage Comics, Ananda has inherited her mother’s super-strength. In the 2003 Series, however, Ananda has inherited her father’s technopathy, enabling her to control his Domeoids as well as communicate with other sentient machines. She enters a mission riding inside a huge, modified Domebot equipped with flight rockets in the legs, blasters hidden in the arms, and two pop-out blasters mounted in the unit’s back/shoulder sections. The Domebot can also transport a number of Domeoids for additional assistance in numbers.