Sunday, June 23, 2013

Power Rangers Super Megaforce suit actors at Licensing Expo

Pink, Green, Red, Blue and Yellow Super Megaforce Rangers were at the International Licensing Expo 2013 in Las Vegas last week.



 Check out @rangercrew 's photos at Megaforcecast.com:

8 comments:

Re'Nell Glover said...

Wow, I can't believe Stan Lee's in there! Considering he tried to adapt a Sentai series for U.S. TV in the 80's, it should make sense. And we know Marvel used to produce Power Rangers comic books back then, as well.

Unknown said...

Season 1 isn't even half over yet! Saban cares nothing for spoilers.

Paul Vera said...

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Re'Nell Glover said...

I'd like to say something here, since I couldn't on Toonzone. It's about Nick's enduring mistreatment of Power Rangers and the possibility of the show returning to Vortexx. 1: As someone has said, the hiatus continues to pull in low ratings, and Nickelodeon cannot be happy with the performance, or with the show AT ALL; another has said Saban should exit its partnership with Nick once the contract is done. 2: About Vortexx being where PR and Digimon should be; Power Rangers won't be returning at all to the CW, if The CW has problems with the content, and won't let Saban show the series on its own block (even though Saban owns Vortexx, it still has to abide by The CW's Standards and Practices, which many agree is worse than Fox, which used to have Saban and the former 4Kids at its side), and there probably isn't enough room for Power Rangers on the block, since we've got 4 new shows (well, actually 3 new shows and 1 classic show) coming up, as well as the fact that Vortexx changes its schedule every week, and they'll probably keep Sonic X at its usual 8am timeslot come July 13, before Bolts & Blip. In short, Nickelodeon, Nicktoons, and Vortexx (at least on The CW) are burying Power Rangers, while Kabillion, Shout! Factory, Lionsgate, Hulu, Bandai, etc. are all helping keep it alive. If I had a TV network, I'd give it better treatment than the 3 aforementioned networks. Don't expect the huge promotion for Digimon Fusion on Nick to last long, either, 'cause they'll then underpromote it to the point where it'll suffer the same fate as Power Rangers and every other show they no longer care about.

Re'Nell Glover said...

Speaking of Nick, the network is now airing commercials AFTER the SpongeBob intro, and not after the intros of all other shows.

G Money said...

Seriously when will those marketing teasers be released online!!!!

Lavender Ranger said...

the megaforce ones never were.

G Money said...

Oh OK never thank you .any word on what the power rangers version of zangyack will be called?