Green Ranger

Best Cosplay Ever (This Week) 10.31.16
Best Cosplay Ever (This Week) 10.31.16
In honor of the caped crusaders of the convention scene, ComicsAlliance has created Best Cosplay Ever (This Week), an ongoing collection of some of the most impeccable, creative, and clever costumes that we’ve discovered and assembled into a super-showcase of pure fan-devoted talent. This week's selection of the best cosplay ever includes Garnet, Mars Attacks, Blastoise, Black Cat and more.
Green Ranger Tommy Returns In 'Power Rangers Super Megaforce'
Green Ranger Tommy Returns In 'Power Rangers Super Megaforce'
For those of you who don't devote at least a half hour a week to the adventures of Teenagers With Attitude, Power Rangers Super Megaforce is the latest series in the long-running franchise, built around the core idea of the current rangers teaming up with the previous heroes from the past 20 years of the franchise. As you might expect, there's been a lot there for adults who grew up with the Power Rangers (ie, me), and this Saturday on the show's series finale, they're dropping the biggest nostalgia bomb of all: Jason David Frank's return as Tommy Oliver, the original Green Power Ranger. And he's not alone, either. As revealed in a clip from the final episode, he's joined by Rangers from 2001's Power Rangers Time Force, 1999's Lost Galaxy, 1998's In Space, 2000's Lightspeed Rescue and 2012's Super Samurai. It's a lot of dang Power Rangers, folks.
Jason David Frank Power Rangers Interview Comic-Con 2013
Jason David Frank Power Rangers Interview Comic-Con 2013
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 Blac
Bandai Reveals The S.H. Figuarts Green Ranger Action Figure
Bandai Reveals The S.H. Figuarts Green Ranger Action Figure
Bandai churns out scads of serviceable Power Rangers/Super Sentai toys every year in both the US and Japan, but its S.H. Figuarts line is where collectors go for the cream of the crop. A variety of rangers from some of the most recent series from the tokusatsu franchise have made their way to the US -- namely a pair of Power Rangers Samurai imports -- and now those two could be joined by two of