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Watch: POWER RANGERS UNWORTHY Fan Film

Watch: POWER RANGERS UNWORTHY Fan Film

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It's all come down to this. Power Rangers Unworthy takes us on a trip through the multiverse, taking a slice out of the spandex-clad heroes known as the Power Rangers by way of the Shattered Grid comic book series from BOOM! Studios. In which, the evil Lord Drakkon (a twisted version of original Green Ranger Tommy Oliver) travels to other dimensions to defeat alternate versions of his old Ranger team. But what he didn't count on was the Arbiter. Kamen Ramen Studios presents this action-filled take on the Power Rangers, featuring nods to the franchise in at least three major entertainment mediums, from the TV series, to the recent film, to the comic, while introducing us to an original character who knows them all like the back of his armored hand. https://youtu.be/xJ3-APxaX0Y  ...
DINO MEGA CHARGE: POWER RANGERS Stars Return

DINO MEGA CHARGE: POWER RANGERS Stars Return

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The new Dino Mega Charge fanfilm brings standout heroes of two entries in the recent Saban Brands era of the Power Rangers franchise together for the first time in live-action, fighting evil once again. This time, they face an enemy from distant Ranger history in the form of the Wizard of Deception of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Brennan Mejia slips back into the spandex of Red Ranger Tyler Navarro from Power Rangers Dino Charge. And we can't get enough of Ciara Hanna lately, as she comes back for another mini-production playing in the Ranger sandbox, as Yellow Ranger Gia Moran from Power Rangers Megaforce. https://youtu.be/llgZFO25nNQ Tyler and Gia are BACK to join forces against an old enemy from the Mighty Morphin' days, the Wizard of Deception. But what what will they do when t...
JUSPION 3D – The Classic Hero Revived

JUSPION 3D – The Classic Hero Revived

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Everything old is new again. Toei Company's fondly remembered but not ongoing Metal Heroes superhero franchise continues to sneak into the building through the side entrance while all its other, more currently popular titles in the Super Sentai and Kamen Rider camp stroll through the front. Whether it's Space Sheriff Gavan's new Type-G doing guest spots on every sentai series from here to planet Cayenne or the new Space Squad movie crossover series checking in with just about every long lost hero in Toei's overflowing stable, it's not the worst time to be a fan of these old school monster-fighters. Especially not Special Megabeast Investigator Juspion. In 1985, Kyojuu Tokusou Juspion was born, the fourth in Japan's successful line of Metal Hero shows and the first to place heavy focus...
Watch: ANIME CRIMES DIVISION Episode 3

Watch: ANIME CRIMES DIVISION Episode 3

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Here's the third episode of Anime Crimes Division, from RocketJump. The first and second episodes of this web series saw the formation of a new team struggling to clean up the streets of Neo Otaku City. Now, in the season finale, the division is tasked with tracking down a serial killer of the Gundam persuasion. All set? Ready... GO! https://youtu.be/zcxcjTr_Pm4 In addition to helping fund this celebratory exercise in nerd hilarity, Crunchyroll is offering a 30-day free trial to their services.   You might also like: ULTRAMAN Anime Teaser – The Classic Hero Reborn JOHN WICK vs SPACE SHERIFF VOICER – Keanu Reeves Meets His Hero, Sonny Chiba KAMEN RIDER BUILD Episode 12: How To Build Bridges & Get Over Them
Watch: ANIME CRIMES DIVISION Episode 2

Watch: ANIME CRIMES DIVISION Episode 2

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Here's the second episode of Anime Crimes Division, from RocketJump. The first episode saw a new duo hit the streets in Neo Otaku City. This time, the division must infiltrate an underground Yu-Gi-Oh tournament in search of a rarity... https://youtu.be/h9cokcBph5M In addition to helping fund this celebratory exercise in nerd hilarity, Crunchyroll is offering a 30-day free trial to their services.   You might also like: KAMEN RIDER BUILD Episode 12: How To Build Bridges & Get Over Them ULTRAMAN GEED Blows Minds in MOB PSYCHO 100 Poster REDMAN Strikes a Pose in New Comic Preview From Matt Frank
ANIME CRIMES DIVISION – Pulling Out The Big Guns

ANIME CRIMES DIVISION – Pulling Out The Big Guns

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From the mad genius Youtube megastars of RocketJump comes this latest web series to rock your socks. Cleaning up the mean streets of Neo Otaku City, the Anime Crimes Division is the last line of defense against the unending horde of offenders against anime, that lovable entertainment medium with fans as rabid as an Ozaru Saiyan in heat. Producing quality content inspired by the likes of anime, sci-fi, fantasy, and action properties of all types, RocketJump has been wowing their fans for years. Now, they team up with the anime streaming overlords at Crunchyroll to bring us this new series, packed with more references than you can shake a Moon Stick at. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urk_kp76RoI&t In addition to helping fund this celebratory exercise in nerd hilarity, Crunchyroll...
Watch: Dragon Ball Z: Light of Hope

Watch: Dragon Ball Z: Light of Hope

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Fan films are tricksy. Especially those based upon anime properties, which themselves come with a style and a vibe that seems near impossible to replicate without sacrificing something that makes the original great. And yet, those of us who love these titles, who have the passion to express that adoration creatively, keep persisting. With this in mind, we dive into Dragon Ball Z: Light of Hope, the new fan film release that dropped this week to a crowd of eager viewers. Based upon the wildly popular Dragonball franchise, its genesis in the manga series from famed creator Akira Toriyama, which then went on to become one of the most widely-known Japanese animated titles in the medium's history, with several sequels and countless films and specials. Light of Hope takes is cues from The H...
MARVEL vs POWER RANGERS: Black Panther and Wolf Ranger Rumble In The Jungle!

MARVEL vs POWER RANGERS: Black Panther and Wolf Ranger Rumble In The Jungle!

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What happens when one of the smartest, wealthiest superheroes in Marvel Comics steps up to the plate to test his might against a hero who routinely takes down giant monsters like it's going out of style? Well, the latest from Kamen Ramen Studios seeks to address that question, sending the Wolf Ranger from Power Rangers Jungle Fury into the territory of the legendary Black Panther. Check the vid below to find out who's the toughest beast warrior in town, and if they'll need laser-knees to claim ultimate victory! For years, Kamen Ramen Studios has been providing the fandom with fun martial arts, action, and costumed fantasy showcases. This recent short serving as one of several Power Rangers-related videos in their arsenal. Their Pink Ranger short is a personal favorite. This time, i...
POWER/RANGERS is a Deboot FanFilm Of R-Rated War-Torn Epicness… with Katee Sackoff and James Van Der Beek?!?!  From the Director of Torque???

POWER/RANGERS is a Deboot FanFilm Of R-Rated War-Torn Epicness… with Katee Sackoff and James Van Der Beek?!?! From the Director of Torque???

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Look anywhere on YouTube and you'll find any number of independently conceived concepts attributed to the Ameritoku crossover series, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. There are a few in the works on smaller scales as well as a feature film from Lionsgate and Saban, and while many of these could likely hit all the similar tones of a kid-friendly show, there's at least one vision that's taken a life of its own which completely undoes it all. That said, Torque/Detention helmer Joseph Kahn and Dirty Laundry one-shot producer, Bootleg Universe's own Adi Shankar have a hell of a way of interpreting Ameritoku, and their latest contribution to the fandom with their own one-shot, Power/Rangers, is a distinct example of this. Written by Kahn, Dutch Southern and lead actor James Van Der Beek, Kahn's...