Mark Hamill is all set to enter season 5 of Nickelodeon's popular show Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The Star Wars actor took to Twitter to tease his appearance in the show and posted a picture of himself with some sketches of his character.

"1st look at my #TMNT character. Based on his looks, think there's any chance he's a good guy?" he wrote.

Hamill will do the voice-over for the latest TMNT character, who will appear in one of the episodes of season 5 titled "Scroll of the Demodragon". Earlier, the 64-year-old The Force Awakens star had invited suggestions as he is new to the Turtle's world.

"I welcome any advice from #TMNT experts as I'm a newbie to the Turtle Universe. Have previous villainous experience," he wrote on his Twitter handle.

According to Cosmic Book News, Kavaxas is a dragon man with immense mystical powers but it is not yet clear whether he will be a positive or negative character in the show. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles season 5 will premiere in November this year on Nickelodeon network.

Back in July 2015, the show was renewed for season 4 and 5 with 20 episodes each. The show also added some new characters, including The Fugitoid played by David Tennant, Insectoid crime leader Lord Dregg (Peter Stormare) and the supreme commander of the Triceraton Fleet, Captain Mozar (Michael Dorn).

Currently, season 4 is on a hiatus and will return on 10 January on Nick with episode 5 titled Riddle of the Ancient Aeons. The synopsis for the upcoming episode reveals that the Turtles will find themselves on a planet of pure evil. It remains to be seen how Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael and Michelangelo will defeat the bad forces to get themselves back home safely.