The Power Rangers comic book saga rolls on with BOOM! Studios' first major event, Power Rangers: Shattered Grid. In which, the beloved books in the series all link up as the villainous Lord Drakkon, ever the sore loser, means to do some damage to the multicolored heroes that defeated him once before. This time, it'll take more than the teenage saviors of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers to send him packing. To that end, the ongoing series is recruiting an army of heroes from across the decades-spanning television franchise, many of whom longtime fans have been dying to see since the comic came into being. A breakdown of upcoming issues, along with some exceedingly dope artwork, awaits below.
BOOM! sounded the alarm on the crossover extravaganza, putting together heroes from seasons that e...
N.Y. Maxman is gearing up for another pass. The third in the Maxman comedy action series, continuing their trend of hiring basically everyone you've ever seen in any recent Kamen Rider and Super Sentai production known to man, had its film festival debut in April 2017. Now, the tokusatsu superhero send-up returns to Japanese theaters next month, offering another chance for fans of the subgenre to see some of their recent favorites on the big screen.
For the unfamiliar, the series began in 2015 with Mr. Maxman, starring Chiba Yudai aka angelic warrior GoseiRed of Tensou Sentai Goseiger as a sad sack news presenter who just can't catch a break, until he discovers a pair of glasses that give him amazing powers. The 2017 sequel Bros. Maxman, as the name implies, follows Maxman's brother i...
I was determined not to come back with another Uchuu Sentai Kyuranger review that talked predominately about lead character Lucky, but it seems my fate was written in the constellations. This show, about a team of futuristic space trekkers boldly going up against the Jark Matter Empire, quickly became a new favorite for me, winning me over with its adventurous theme, great characters, and fun ideas. To this day, my feelings in that regard have not changed. Though I suppose I've squished those sentiments into a tiny side pocket now that the show has so aggressively pursued one of Super Sentai's worst habits: Putting an inordinate amount of attention onto the dude in red.
The luckiest liberator in the whole wide universe is not only the unofficially official leader of this enormous team...
Austin St. John, who everyone knows as the original Red Power Ranger, recently came back from overseas, and he decided to sit down with fellow former Power Ranger actor, Karan Ashley, on her online radio show "Uncensored Radio".
Austin St. John is back in the saddle and talking to his fans once again. Recently he's posted up some answers on his Official YouTube Page, to questions he received from his Official Facebook Page. Click on through and check out we has to say, then let us know what you think in the comments below. It's morphin' time! (more…)
With his recent return to the fanbase, Austin St. John has been making waves, without, to this point, even being seen. But now, we have from his official Youtube, a message via video to his fans, with an interesting new tidbit of information. (more…)