Oh my god. The Power Rangers reboot has officially announced that the show’s classic, scenery-chewing villainess Rita Repulsa will be played by Elizabeth Banks. This is either going to be ridiculous, or a chance to see Banks go absolutely full on bonkers.
If you look at the picture above, you probably think of the Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers, costumed heroes who have been kicking their way across TV in different incarnations for nearly 20 years—but you’d be wrong. These are actually the Zyurangers, the stars of a Japanese TV series that inadvertently spawned a global…
Ah, Giant Robots. Who doesn't love giant mechanical creations stomping around and kicking butt? Over the years there have been many badass robots and mechs that have wormed their way into our hearts, but some are just especially great. So here are our picks for the 10 greatest giant robots, ranked.
Last week, director Joseph Kahn dropped his "dark as f*ck" POWER/RANGERS short. Soon, it was pulled from the internet, but now it's back in full NSFW glory. So what happened? In an exclusive interview, Kahn explains how the internet saved his short. Plus why he doesn't think the real Power Rangers show should be this…
James Van Der Beek and Katee Sackhoff star in Joseph Kahn's (Detention, Toque) R-rated, NSFW Power Rangers short film. We did not think the Power Rangers could be this dark. We were so wrong.
Seriously, they're as nostalgia-inducing as their heads are massive, by which I mean to say they're incredibly nostalgia-inducing. But look how cute they are!
Sadly, the wonderful Legend of Korra doesn't have long for this world - but hey Nickelodeon, any chance you could spin it off into a Power Rangers style series about Benders? As this mashup proves, it could be pretty damn amazing.
We've featured the amazing work of Isaiah Stephens on io9 before, and he continues to deliver some amazing stuff with these decidedly Tron-esque redesigns for the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers.
If you were a child of the 90's, looking at the picture above will probably elicit the response of 'Yeah, Power Rangers!' - but you're only kinda-sorta right. These are really the Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger, and they're making their way to the west for the very first time.
It's New York Comic Con next week, and you know what that means? Oodles of lovely exclusive toys to gaze at (and then lament that any you actually want you'll probably end up paying out the ass for on eBay after the con)! First up in the parade of wonderful toys is Bandai, with lovely Godzilla goodness.
Hell yes! The original Mighty Morphin' Megazord is back as a toy. This is everything you ever wanted 18 years ago and also probably right now, now that you remembered it.
A crowd of lucky SXSW attendees were treated to a rare honor today as the powerful wizard Zordon agreed to address a crowd about the dangers facing the Earth and the urgent need for the Power Rangers to assemble and save the day.
If you thought that Voltron or Power Rangers was entertaining, wait until you see Engine Oh G12. Its robot is assembled from twelve different vehicles, including a shark car.
Built in 1978 by German steel company Krupp, this giant trencher "Bagger 288" was designed for open mining trenching. Sure, its real functionality is absolutely not interesting at all, but that giant saw will give the Megazord a run for his money when I go crazy and destroy the Power Rangers once and for all!