Remember the Power Ranger’s intricate little coins that slotted into their morphing bucklers? Well, they’re no more. The movie Rangers have got big-ass rocks which may or may not have a delicious fruit filling inside, and which only vaguely look like the power coins of old.
While they’re still not brilliant designs, the new suits in the Power Rangers reboot weirdly work way better as toys. Why? Because the toys don’t have that weird bowling-ball-esque texture, and the bright, shiny color actually makes them feel way more like Power Rangers.
When we first saw the new costumes for the Power Rangers movie, we were a little surprised at just how much like Iron Man armor they looked. This latest, closer look at them doesn’t change that—but it also lets us get really close to their strange, shiny texture.
It’s finally here! We’ve had the best, we’ve had the middling, we’ve even had some disagreements, but we’re at the end of our journey to rank all of the Power Rangers costumes, from best to worst. And we’ve saved the weirdest ones for last.
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Over two decades of Power Rangers shows have brought us some amazing superhero costumes... and some less amazing ones. As dedicated followers of Ranger fashion, we’re embarking on a mad quest to rank them all, from best to worst—and that quest continues right now!
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The Power Rangers may remain on TV until the end of time, but there’s one thing that always changes: their uniforms. Some are stylish, some are understated, some are bonkers—and it’s high time that they were ranked. All of them.
Last night was the highly anticipated Teen Titans versus Powerpuff Girls crossover event/episode on Cartoon Network. It was exactly was weird as you would imagine.
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It would take a pretty big actor to be the leader of the Power Rangers, and who better than Bryan Cranston? Lionsgate just announced that the award-winning star of Breaking Bad will be playing Zordon in the 2017 film.
When the official uniforms for next years Power Rangers movie were first revealed, fans were surprised at just how Iron-Man-esque the latest teenagers with attitude were looking. It was a decidedly mixed reaction to be sure—but what would it have been like if these fan-imagined suits had been revealed instead?
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No se conforman con una no, ni con una trilogía. En Lionsgate todavía no han terminado la primera película de los nuevos Power Rangers y ya están tan confiados de su éxito que han planeado que sea la primera de una saga de siete. ¿No querías caldo?
Lionsgate’s first Power Rangers movie is still a year away, but the studio is putting a lot of faith into the franchise performing well for it going forward. Are you ready to be excited for not just one Power Rangers movie, but seven of them?
With a Power Rangers movie of indeterminate quality on the way, a new comic book from Boom Studios performing outrageously well, and DVD sets of the original Super Sentai series finally hitting the U.S., it’s also the perfect time to take all the monsters from the original Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers TV series, and…
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