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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Power Rangers Samurai fans have had two video game options to help themselves to in Apple's App Store for more than a year, but to celebrate the 25th anniversary of localizing Japan's Super Sentai shows, Saban Brands is getting comprehensive by including its Mighty Morphin team and more in the new Power Rangers Legends. Currently free for an unspecified amount of time on iTunes, Legends lets fans play as either the MMPR Green or Pink Rangers in a battle against elemental
Power Rangers: From Mighty Morphin To Lost Galaxy
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Mike McCraw has worked on a number of high profile animated projects, including Metalocalypse and Marvel's Black Panther motion comic, but for fans of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers or the original Japanese Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger series, his animated shorts featuring the Black and Pink Rangers cutting through a variety of putties are the ultimate crowd-pleasers. The pair of shorts have been online awhile, but McCraw has pledged to wrap a Blue Ranger short soon via his Twitter accoun
In addition to the title of Editor-in-Chief/Chief Creative Officer at IDW, Chris Ryall's resume also includes a certain morphenomenal acting credit. Roughly 20 years ago, a young Ryall was an extra on the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers series, with a prominent cameo in episode 3, "Teamwork." Ryall's role wasn't necessarily
San Diego Comic-Con comes but once a year, but when it does it brings good cheer I usually do my best to track down anyone I can who is involved with the Power Rangers. What can I say? Tokusatsu, original or localized, is just my jam like that
Power Rangers fans who attended San Diego Comic-Con and prowled the city's Gaslamp District this past weekend were treated to the sight of an impressive mural on the corner of Island Avenue and 5th St.