Sunday, July 25, 2010

Nickelodeon has Power Rangers at Comic-Con

The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and president of Saban Brands Elie Dekel (Third from the left) attend Comic-Con International at the San Diego Convention Center on July 22, 2010 in San Diego, California. (July 21, 2010 - Photo by Chelsea Lauren/Getty Images North America)

Interesting how they have the original Power Rangers not any new ones.

Here you can see they have Zack on the monitor.

Footage of Day of the Dumpster on the screen.

Photos from Bandai America Facebook.

The Exclusive DVD from Saban Brands says it is the pilot but other report says it is just the first episode.


Power Morphicon 2010 had a special booth with Walter Jones (Zack) and Karan Ashley (Aisha):


sdp said...

The company that spent 100 million on PRs brings people dressed up as PRs to promote their investment at SDCC.

Meanwhile, Powermorphicon brings actual MMPR actors to promote their upcoming convention at SDCC.

Definitely amusing.

Sean Akizuki said...

Walter Jones and Karan Ashley... really cool! However Saban should focus on his newest series yet and trying to find a way it doesn't become a carbon copy of Shinkenger.

Mark said...

Do you think they'll show any plans for the Shinkenger/Goseiger season at Power Morphicon? I know Disney liked to keep that stuff in the vault, but Nick liked to show their show plans years in advance.

Lavender Ranger said...

Mark, I don't know. I wouldn't put it passed them. I didn't even know they were gonna be at the Comic-Con.

Mr. Nurgle said...

Lavender Ranger, I've been wanting to ask you something about Japanhero. It had these little pictures of monsters (cropped versions of the ones in your grid) like these:

Since you wrote for the site, would you know what might have happened to these when the site went under, or know anyone who might know? Were they just deleted? Or did anyone preserve them?

Lavender Ranger said...

Mr. Nurgle, next time e-mail me. I just wrote like 3 reviews, that''s all I know. The site is gone and that's it.

Kean said...

i agree with sean, they should have been showing their adaption of shinkenger, or if they r just dubbing or subbing it still show shinkenger, but its not a bad idea to show where they originally started, they should have shown both not just one

Daniel said...

Disney will buy it all back! They're planning it! Really!