After almost 4 years, delivering a new episode every other Saturday, Ranger Command Power Hour has hit triple digit episode count for our regular episodes! We are joined by nearly EVERY past guest co-host (except the ones who now hate us lol) and perform the greatest Power Ranger Podcast crossover of all time!
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Ranger Command Power Hour is back to discuss all the news we missed during last month’s Ranger Commentary Month. Hosts Eric and Zach are joined by guest co-host Chris (@TokuChris) from TokuNation to talk about Power Rangers‘ disappointing showing at San Diego Comic Con. Chris talks about his time at the show and the article he wrote after the convention was over.
Then, Zach and Eric discuss all of the products teased at the show from all of Saban Brands licensees. Finally, we catch up on the rest of the news including: Power Morphicon 2018, Boom! Studios Issue 20 press release, Premium Bandai releases, new Power Rangers Legacy items, Power Rangers Ninja Steel International Spoilers (they’re back!) and upcoming episode titles, and FIDGET SPINNERS.
We continue our Ranger Commentary Month with guest co-host Chris (@TokuChris) from TokuNation as we comment on Power Rangers Zeo“Rangers of Two Worlds Parts 1&2”. These episodes of Power Rangers feature the departure of actor David Yost (Billy) from the series.
This is a commentary episode, meant to serve as an episode commentary like what you would find on a DVD or a Riff track. For maximum enjoyment please watch along with us. We are watching Power Rangers Zeo, Episodes 47 & 48, “Rangers of Two Worlds” on Netflix. At the time of this recording, this episode was available on Netflix and DVD.
We kick off our Ranger Commentary Month with our guest co-host Chris (@TokuChris) from TokuNation as we comment on Power Rangers Zeo“The Power of Gold”. This episode of Power Rangers features the debut of Chris’ favorite Power Ranger, the Gold Ranger!
This is a commentary episode, meant to serve as an episode commentary like what you would find on a DVD or a Riff track. For maximum enjoyment please watch along with us. We are watching Power Rangers Zeo, Episode 27, “The Power of Gold” on Netflix. At the time of this recording, this episode was available on Netflix and DVD.
On May 25th, Police arrested Matthew Sterling at the Phoenix Convention Center after he made it into the event with multiple weapons, including three guns and a knife. The suspect was allegedly targeting Jason David Frank, the actor who played the Green Ranger in Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers.
The two Eric’s discuss what happened at Phoenix Comic Con and what this event means for the future of convention safety.
In May’s extra episode, brought to you by our supporters on Patreon, Eric and Patron Kevin Roland (@kevinmroland1) comment on Power Rangers SPD“Shadow, Parts 1 & 2”. Shadow features the debut of one of Eric’s favorite rangers… Shadow Ranger! Who knows why it took us so long to do a commentary on it?
This is a commentary episode, meant to serve as an episode commentary like what you would find on a DVD or a Riff track. For maximum enjoyment please watch along with us. We are watching Power Rangers SPD, Episodes 11 and 12, “Shadow” Parts 1 and 2 on Netflix. At the time of this recording, this episode was available on Netflix and DVD.
First, we discuss the latest Power Rangers merchandise news from Wondercon 2017, the official Power Rangers store, potential salty cameos in Super Ninja Steel, and Gold Ranger spoilers.
Then, we answer your Questions from Ranger Nation. We discuss if the Power Rangers movie met our expectations, some negatives and our thoughts for a sequel. We talk about which actors we think had the most success after their season ended, fandom scammers, burger morphers, casualties, SPD and more!
Eric teams up with Josh from the Victims and Villains Podcast as we take a look back at the original Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers: The Movie and hype for Saban’s Power Rangers opening March 24th. In part one of our two-part crossover, we analyze the original movie, take a look at some original critics reviews, discuss the production and the movie’s place in Power Rangers continuity.
Part two of the crossover releases on March 24th on Victims and Villains Podcast discussing the two parter “White Light” and our expectation for the new movie.
In February’s extra episode, brought to you by our supporters on Patreon, we are joined by Brian (@ShukuenShinobi) from The RRR Podcast and Geek Each Week Podcast to talk all about Toy Fair 2017. We cover all the news in new merchandise from Dino Charge, Ninja Steel, Power Rangers Movie, Legacy and more!
We also discuss the news with a new movie trailer, two upcoming Power Rangers DVD releases and Kyuranger pretty much confirmed as the next Power Rangers TV series.
In this episode we continue our Boom StudiosMighty Morphin’ Power Rangers comics review 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 dive right into issues six through eleven and talk all about The Black Dragon arc and the standalone issue ten that focuses on Billy Cranston. The twists and turns are epic! Spoilers ahoy as we fire our finger cannons to the moon!
Like our review? MIGHTY MORPHIN’ POWER RANGERS VOL. 2 (collecting issues #5-8) will be released March 14, 2017 in comic book stores and bookstores.
The Power Rangers face their most powerful threat yet.
As Rita enacts her plans for world domination, the Rangers are left powerless and without Zordon to call on. This is the greatest threat they have ever faced and the world hangs in the balance. Enter the age of the Black Dragon from writer Kyle Higgins (Nightwing, Batman Beyond 2.0) and artist Hendry Prasetya (Power Girl).
Continue the adventure with the untold origin of the Green Ranger illustrated by guest artist Thony Silas (Batman Beyond 2.0), and the ongoing hijinks of Bulk and Skull from writer Steve Orlando (Supergirl) and artist Corin Howell (Bat-Mite).