Power Rangers Team-Up Official Announcement!!!: Get in Gear! Go Go Samurai!

The Time has come! For the first time since PROO, we finally have an official crossover event, bringing together the new mythos with the old! It was announced by Saban Brands, along with two other upcoming PRS specials. Here’s the full announcement from Cynopsis Media:

“Marvista Entertainment and Saban Brands will debut three new Power Rangers Samurai TV specials (2×30, 1×60), based on the new TV series of the same name.  Featuring the Samurai Rangers, the new specials include:

  • Christmas Together, Friends Forever – the Rangers reflect on their first year together as a team and learn about the spirit of the season.
  • Party Monsters – a scare-fest when the creepiest monsters from beyond get together for party and trade stories about their battles with the Rangers.
  • The Clash of the Red Rangers – a crossover special where the Samurai Rangers team with the mysterious RPM Rangers Red fend off the dual threat from Master Xandred’s Mooger army and robotic super-villain from the RPM
    Ranger’s dimension.  When something goes awry, the two Red Rangers turn on one another and the fate of the world hangs in the balance.

Oh boy! A Halloween, Christmas, and Crossover Special! All of this, and it’s not even my birthday! With all of this coming (and considering the fact that these kind of specials haven’t been made in years) we can definitely say without a doubt that Power Rangers is back, and better than ever!

-M.C., the Quantum Twin

Saban Brands picks up Ninja Turtles The Next Mutation: Someone’s trying to get their old stuff back.

  • Just ignore the Toon Disney logo.

Well, it looks like Saban is really going out of it’s way to get back it’s old TV shows, because they just recently acquired distribution rights to Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation. This, along with VR Troopers and the Beetleborgs series, were recently picked up by MarVista, the production/distibution side of Saban Brands, for international broadcast and distribution. Apparently, with the new found success of PRS, theirs a new demand from the international market for kid’s action shows with a humorous slant, and what better than one of Saban’s live-action gems to do it?

Anyway, here are a couple of other stories about this:

-M.C., the Quantum Twin