Power Rangers News from San Diego Comic Con
Posted by OujaStrike on July 12, 2012
The Following post has tons of info rom Comic Con of the Toys in Power Rangers & the Series & more.
All Links of info from websites will be posted at the very bottom of the page:
Tokunation was at Comic Con & Wednesday posted tons of Pictures of the Fall Toyline for the 20th anniversary of Power Rangers i will only post a few pics i will punk links at the bottom of the page.
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Collectors Edition Power Morpher with show accurate Power Rangers Label unlike the 93 Morpher that had MMPR on the label the only thing thats missing is the tabs on the power coin.
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Power Morpher Buckle
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Mask Set this has been done with Super Sentai but it’s a first for Power Rangers
Armored MMPR Red Ranger with Green Ranger’s Dragon Shield
Diecast Collectors Edition Dino Megazord
Shinkeng-O Megazord seem it could be the first Super Sentai Mecha ported over as a toy for Power Rangers
Power Rangers Super Samurai Final Victory with Metallic Finished only: Bandai’s exclusive for San Diego Comic Con Limit 300 Can only buy a max of 5
Calling of Power Rangers Super Fans: In Celebration of our upcoming 20th anniversary, we are launching, for the first time ever, a power force comprised only of super fans! Members of the power force will receive exclusive insider access to all things power rangers and be asked throughout the year for their help in making our 20th year the most powerful one of all. We’re looking for the most passionate, enthusiastic, knowledgeable fans out their!
Saban Launches Vortexx the upcoming Saturday morning CW kids block
Wrapped in the color of a new Saturday-morning programming block known as “The Vortexx,” an old hand at kiddie TV is returning to the boob tube.Power Rangers: Samurai
Haim Saban, who helped develop the majority of the programming that filled the grid on the successful Fox Family cable-TV outlet before moving into other ventures and becoming chairman of Univsion Corp., is returning to kiddie TV. His Saban Brands has agreed to fill a five-hour Saturday-morning block on CW affiliates starting 7 a.m. on August 25, said Elie Dekel, president of Saban Brands.
“This block will be targeting kids with an action-adventure-comedy slant,” said Mr. Dekel, adding that it will tend to skew toward boys. “We are going to be rebranding this block and reprogramming this block with new shows that super-serve that audience.”
The selections include “Yu-Gi-Oh,” which is already on the channel, along with the return of “Power Rangers,” which first became popular under Saban production and during a run on Fox. Saban intends to air episodes from a past season that have not been seen in about a decade, Mr. Dekel said, though he emphasized new episodes would eventually debut.
Saban intends to do more than just run TV shows on the CW’s air. “The kids’ television landscape has been going through a sort of rejiggering over the past year or so,” Mr. Dekel explained. “Kids have a lot more choices, have multiple screens in which to engage and be entertained.” As such, Saban intends to create digital extensions for each of the programs it brings to air.
The company’s new five-hour block comes at a time when increased kids’ options from national syndicators and cable outlets have dimmed the genre’s appeal to broadcasters. Where the broadcast outlets once churned out everything from live-action super-hero dramas such as CBS’s mid-70s series “The Shazam/Isis Hour” to more familiar cartoon fare, including the Hanna-Barbera production studio’s “Laff-A-Lympics” that aired on ABC, they have largely exited the business.
Most of the broadcast outlets have now either ceded their air to outside companies or filled the time with Saturday-morning editions of news programs such as “Today.”
Henshin Justice attended the Panel of Power Rangers at Comic Con.
Summary of Power Ranger 20th Anniversary Panel At Comic Con
San Diego Comic Con is happening right this second and the Power Ranger 20th Anniversary Panel just wrapped up. Want to know what’s happening with Gokaiger?
In attedence for the event was the actors who played Bulk from the classic era, Jayden, the current Red Samurai Ranger, Tony Oliver who played various voices and has written and produced episodes from Mighty Morphin’ to Zeo, Elie Deker, president of Saban Brands and host by Brian Ward who worked on the soon to be released DVD sets for Shout!Factory. The other half of the comedic duo, Bulk crashed the panel and received a roar from the crowd and the pair spent the rest of the time making everyone laugh.
One of the highlights of the panel was a young girl asking if there will ever be a female Red Ranger, to which the entire audience cheered. They answered yes, but couldn’t say how, most likely indicating at Princess Shinken Red character set to appear in upcoming Super Samurai episodes. They stated that Mega Force will be split up into two seasons like it’s predecessors with the tag Super for the latter season and is definitely is the anniversary season of the show. However, Gokaiger will be used in the second season, but wouldn’t part with any details as to what.
Someone asked about the possibilities of getting the Japanese Super Sentai shows on DVD, but promptly said no.
We’ll be doing more coverage as soon as we can put it together! The marketing team for PR there were impressed with our websites logo.
I think thats all for now if theirs more i will update the post or post it this weekend.