t's pretty common knowledge that Mighty Morphin Power Rangers was based on the Japanese show, Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger, but even most fans who loved the show as kids (or in our case, as adults) have never seen the source material. Despite twenty years of popularity for the American adaptation (and fan-subbed releases over the internet), the original shows have never had an official release on this side of the Pacific -- cue dramatic music -- until now!
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Power Rangers: From Mighty Morphin To Lost Galaxy
Available From: TimeLife
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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.
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