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    Sad Laughter

    I remember thinking "WTF" when I watched the Toys that Made Us episode about Power Rangers. How Haim Saban has made all these mega money making decisions throughout the brands history.......only to take the brand license from Bandai America, who was devoted to it, and hand it off to Hasbro, who's never going to put their best foot forward with it.

    Yes, they make money if Power Rangers does well, but it'll never line their pockets like Transformers, Nerf, or any of their other creations will. The Megazord's head looks nice, but this otherwise looked like crud from day one.

    Does not inspire hope for the Thunder Megazord.

    Optimal III's picture
    Posted by Optimal III on 26 August, 2020 - 19:41
    Without knees, all that hip

    Without knees, all that hip and thigh articulation is pretty much useless. Damn Hasbro, I am disappoint.
    Either this is it, or they have a more expensive, better one planned for fans, and this one is just simplified for kids.
    Here's hopin'.

    netkid's picture
    Posted by netkid on 26 August, 2020 - 22:06
    This is definitely for kids

    The almost simplistic transformation, lack of detailing and the toy feels it's a few steps away from being a Happy Meal toy reeks of a kid's toy. Plus, kids won't even recognize this Megazord at all. Factor in the price and availability - good luck on that.

    I don't know anymore what's worse - the Beast Morphers Zords or this one.

    makaikishi's picture
    Posted by makaikishi on 31 August, 2020 - 08:37
    Yeah, for the full price when

    Yeah, for the full price when it's all said and done after sales tax, they really should've just put all 5 of these in a single box for like $45-50.

    netkid's picture
    Posted by netkid on 3 September, 2020 - 08:34
    By the way...

    Regarding Josh's comment on the Beast Morpher Zords...

    "Not only did it look bad, but each component was so expensive, I would have easily spent over a hundred dollars to get the whole set, that is if you could ever find them at stores."

    I didn't believe these Zords were expensive at first but upon seeing just one Wrecker Zord set in a local toy store, it was priced at $42 and the rest of the Zords were unavailable everywhere I looked. Forking more than $100 to build an Ultrazord that's not really well-made is utterly ridiculous.

    makaikishi's picture
    Posted by makaikishi on 4 September, 2020 - 07:12