On August 28th, 1993, Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers debuted. Ever since, the franchise has seen many changes and has grown into a cultural phenomenon. Today, Power Rangers celebrates the 23rd anniversary from Mighty Morphin’ to Dino Super Charge!
In the news, we discuss all of the product reveals at PMC 5, the Ninja Steel cast, Super Sentai celebrating 2000 episode with the return of Gokaiger, and space police with the return of Space Sheriff Gavan and Dekaranger.
Then, in our Power Morphicon recap, we discuss the show’s high and low points, our hauls, was the con what we expected and more. In the Ranger Nation Answers segment we find out how many of our listeners are going to a potential PMC 6. Finally, we answer Questions from Ranger Nation by predicting the end credits scene for the upcoming movie and would Power Rangers work as an audio drama?
Power Rangers Dino Super Charge episode 10, “Gone Fishin’” airs this Saturday! Saban Brands has given Power Force members four exclusive behind-the-scenes stills.
The Silver Ranger contacts Kendall from the far reaches of space to let them know the location of a new Zord. When Singe and Fury intercept the message it becomes a race to see who can get there first. Tune in this Saturday to find out what happens, only on Nickelodeon!
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It’s Power Morphicon 5 time! In this episode, host trekkieb47 gives shout outs to the many friends he saw during the every two years convention we all love. He then reads your favorite moments from the convention in our Ranger Nation Answers segment.
Then we cover some of the biggest panels of the convention, including:
In this episode we review every single issue of Boom StudiosMighty Morphin’ Power Rangers comics released so far with special guest co-host, Jeremy Treece. Jeremy is a Freelance comic book illustrator living in Detroit, Michigan. You can find The Art of Jeremy Treece at www.jeremytreece.com
We also discuss the last round of Power Morphicon Guest announcements at the time of recording and ask your thoughts on the Power Rangers comic series from Boom Studios.
Like our review? MIGHTY MORPHIN’ POWER RANGERS VOL. 1 (collecting issues #0-4) will be released September 14, 2016 in comic book stores; September 20, 2016 in bookstores. Coming in at 144 pages, this softcover collection includes issues 0-4 of the series, cover variants and a foreword by current Power Rangers Ninja Steel Executive Producer, Chip Lynn.
Dive into the first collection of Boom Studio’s best-selling, modern, ongoing Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers series. After escaping Rita Repulsa’s mind control, Tommy Oliver, the Green Ranger, joins the Power Rangers to combat the onslaught of evil attacks plaguing Angel Grove. Any semblance of a normal life is gone for Tommy now, but with his newfound family there lies hope for a brighter path.
In July’s extra episode, brought to you by our supporters on Patreon, we pick our own team of Real Life Rangers with one of our Patrons, Darren (@DrSciFi).
The hosts come together to pick a team of Power Rangers based on real life people. Actors, celebrities, athletes… who will make the cut? We also read what our listeners picked for their own Real Life Ranger in our Ranger Nation Answers segment. We also answer listener questions in a new Questions from Ranger Nation segment.
We also discuss the latest news including the Power Rangers movie actors in their suits and Legacy figures being released.
In this episode we welcome back Steven Zurita of Hyperdrive Pictures on Youtube. We talk about the new guests at Power Morphicon and Steven announces a new morphing video project to be filmed at Power Morphicon where he needs Ranger Nation’s help!
Then, we read your Ranger Nation Answers on if our listeners have ever watched Godzilla or Ultraman. Finally, Eric covers G-Fest 2016 with panels from Akira Takarada, star of the original Godzilla; Satoshi Bin Furuya, the suit actor of the original Ultraman; and Hiroko Sakurai who played Akiko Fuji in the Ultraman series.
G-FEST is a family-oriented convention which caters to a wide variety of interests within the kaiju genre. It is the largest regular gathering of Godzilla and Japanese monster fans in the world. We want to thank G-FEST for hosting such a great event. For more information you can visit their website at http://www.g-fan.com/, like them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/godzillafest and follow them on twitter at @GFEST_GFAN
A new set of teaser posters has been revealed through MTV’s snapchat and other media sites this morning for Lionsgate’s upcoming Saban’s Power Rangers Movie. These posters will be at San Diego Comic Con 2016.