With the Power Rangers movie out in theaters now, the long-running tokusatsu series is getting more attention than ever, and we are happy to provide far more information than you require. We've got our ongoing episode guide to the original Mighty Morphin, but today, we're doing what we do best: Arranging every installment of the long-running franchise into a definitive (and only slightly arbitrary) list.
Power Rangers MegaForce
Valentine's Day is upon us once again, which means that tomorrow, we are all legally required to give the people we love little pieces of paper that sum up exactly how we feel about them, in tribute to a Catholic saint who was clubbed to death and beheaded. Truly, it is the most romantic of all times.
But for superhero fans, it does present a problem. Obviously, we all want to express our devotion to romantic partners while also expressing our devotion to our favorite characters, but are any of the superhero valentines that you can find in stores across the country actually good? If you pick up the Batman valentines at your local Target, will your love life be soaring to new heights above Gotham City, or will it be gunned down in an alley leaving you alone to wage war on crime? It's a daunting task, which is why every year, I take the hit for you to find out if there are any good store-bought superhero valentines.
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20 years ago, the Green Ranger kicked down the back door of the Megazord, punched everyone in the head, and immediately became the coolest dude that any of us had ever seen on television. I mean, seriously, the guy had a knife that was a flute and rode around in a robot dragon, and that's all we've ever wanted out of life. At San Diego, Jason David Frank, who played the Green, White, Red, and Black Rangers at various times sat down with us to talk about his character's enduring popularity, why he thinks the Green Ranger can stand as its own franchise, and his MMA challenge to professional wrestler CM Punk.
We may be getting on in years around here, but there are still few things we like more than teenagers with attitudes -- and by that, we mean the Power Rangers. The newest season of the long-running American adaptation of Japan's color-coded Super Sentai series is set to reunite the show with Rangers from throughout its 20-year history, with the current Megaforce rangers teaming up with their predecessors to battle evil.
To find out more about what we can expect and what it's like to protect New Zealand, CA Senior Editor Caleb Goellner talked to Azim Rizk, Andrew Grey, Ciara Hanna, John Mark Loudermilk and Christina Masterson about the show.
I don't know about you, but for me, Valentine's day presents a pretty huge problem, in that I am only really comfortable expressing my emotions through Batman. Fortunately, America's thriving greeting card industry has addressed that very problem with their annual crop of Valentine's Day Cards...
Toys: Toynami will release another wave of DC Skelanimals later this spring.
TV: Power Rangers Megaforce will officially debut on Nickelodeon on February 2, at 1 p.m.
Tech: Cregle Inc.'s iPen 2 aims to serve as a universal stylus and mouse on desktop Mac and PC units and the iPad...
Movies: Disney has announced that it will release Edgar Wright's live action Ant-Man movie on Nov. 6, 2015.
Tech: Engadget goes hands-on with the new Wacom Cintiq 24HD touch and offers its impressions of the latest high end art tool...
Theme Parks: Universal Studios' two theme parks will get their own versions of The Walking Dead Escape from Comic-Con as part of "Universal's Halloween Horror Nights" this fall.
Upcoming: Papercutz will apparently be following its line of Power Rangers Samurai/Power Rangers Super Samurai comics with Power Rangers Megaforce material...