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The return of past cast members is one of the most popular anniversary concepts for next year. Last month, I asked fans on RangerCrew on what they considered more important: Cameos or Story. The obvious answer was both but most fans prefer cameos with the expectation that Power Rangers will always have a below par storyline. As much as I would love a healthy dose of story, past cameos, and great respect for the past seasons, it’s tough to tell how successful Power Rangers Super Megaforce will be in the limited 20 episodes.




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So disappointed that Valarie isn't coming back, but I get her reasons.
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For 20 years, the Power Rangers have been an unrelenting force for good; teaching generations of children the values of teamwork, diversity, and self-confidence. The show has always celebrated individuality, empowering youth to show courage in the face of adversity.

In keeping with that tradition, 24 former Rangers spanning the entire two-decade run of the series - from the first episode of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers to the last episode of Power Rangers Super Samurai - united for a colorful, one-of-a-kind NOH8 portrait we like to call “Rangers For Equality.”


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RangerCrew hosted a two-part interview with Cerina Vincent, also known as Maya from Power Rangers Lost Galaxy. The first part of the interview has been posted to RangerCrew.



RangerCrew hosted a two-part interview with Cerina Vincent, also known as Maya from Power Rangers Lost Galaxy. The first part of the interview has been posted to RangerCrew. Here is our phone interview with Cerina Vincent.We would like to thank Cerina for taking the time to talk to us about Power Rangers, current projects, and the Busted Foundation.

Check out the following links to learn more about Cerina:
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Hey everyone, rangercrew.com has posted their review of the DVD Box Set for seasons four through seven (Zeo, Turbo, Space and Galaxy).



The Power Rangers Seasons 4-7 (Zeo to Lost Galaxy) Box Set is a subset of the Power Rangers 40-DVD Box Set, which includes Mighty Morphin Power Rangers to Power Rangers Lost Galaxy. The larger box set will begin shipping on August 6th. More information on the 40-DVD Box Set is posted on Samurai Cast. You can also pre-order the Box Set at PowerRangersOnDVD.COM.

Here is my personal review of the Zeo to Lost Galaxy DVD Box Set and the bonus features. Power Rangers Zeo and Lost Galaxy are two of my favorite seasons, so I’m pretty excited about this particular set. If you have any specific questions about the Box Set, feel free to post them on RangerCrew. You can also read our review on the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers DVD Box Set on our Blog. I would like to give special thanks to Shout! Factory for the review copy. Shout! Factory has requested that fans don’t upload any screen captures or video footage from the actual DVD product. Promotional materials are available to show off the video quality and the bonus features. [READ MORE]


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Here is the box art for the Power Rangers: From Mighty Morphin to Lost Galaxy box set. The set has been split into two: one for Mighty Morphin Seasons 1-3 and the second for Power Rangers Zeo through Power Rangers Lost Galaxy.

As previously mentioned in our interview with Brian Ward, two discs of bonus features is with the Mighty Morphin set and one bonus features disc is with PRZ-PRLG. Click on the images for a larger view. [SOURCE]
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Shout! Factory has signed a multiyear agreement to distribute several Saban Brands properties, including episodes from the “Power Rangers” franchise.

The deal gives Shout! Factory exclusive DVD, Blu-ray and select digital rights to more than 700 episodes of the various “Power Rangers” shows that ran between 1993 and 2009, as well as 92 episodes of “VR Troopers” (1994-96), 26 episodes of “Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation” (1997-98) and 88 episodes of “Beetleborgs” (1996-98). The agreement does not extend to the 'Power Rangers' theatrical movies.

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