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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We are proud to present the promo for Talkin’ Toku Ranger Toku Command: The Final Crossover, coming December 26th.
Click the above image for a full hi-res version. Special thanks to Chris (@rankal) for cutting together the promo and Mere (@nightmere10) and Lee (@monkieranger) for lending their voice talents to the clip.
One year ago it all started with the first Talkin’ Ranger Toku Command crossover. Now it’s time for the EPIC conclusion with Ranger Command Power Hour & Talkin Toku Crossover Part 4 – Days of Future Podcast.
In this crossover, the Rangers contemplate the holidays and have to fight TURKINATOR and BLIZZATROLL.
Then the crossover team discusses the Dino Charge toys, new sounds that were unlocked in the Morpher and what to do without new Power Rangers episodes to watch until February.
Since Power Morphicon’s reveal of the Power Rangers Dino Charge cast, combined with the international airings of Super Megaforce, fans are anxiously awaiting February’s premiere. What will Judd Lynn bring to the table? What can we expect to be used from a season like Kyoryuger? What will we watch in the meantime? ARE YOU READY TO CHARGE IT UP?!
In part one of the crossover, we discuss the latest news of Power Rangers Dino Charge casting, a new installment of #JDFWatch2014, then we discuss the pros and cons of all aspects of Power Rangers. Drama strikes as things are “taken care of”, the curse of “he who shall not be named”, and the egos of the hosts turn ugly. Literally. The dramatic conclusion occurs in Episode 11 of Talkin’ Toku At The Nation.