Power Rangers: Seasons 13 - 17
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Five Complete Morphenomenal Seasons In One Limited-Edition Collection!
The worlds favorite childrens action-adventure series returns with five more astonishing seasons, including the fan-favorite Power Rangers S.P.D. and the explosive Power Rangers Mystic Force, Power Rangers Operation Overdrive, Power Rangers Jungle Fury and Power Rangers RPM. Join your favorite Rangers as they take on evil unlike anything the universe has ever seen!
This limited-edition collection contains all 166 episodes and comes packed with hours of bonus features, including retrospective featurettes celebrating the Power Rangers with brand-new interviews with members of the cast and crew, archival material, and more!
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In this final Mega box set from Shout! Factory you will be getting your hands on the 5 final seasons that Disney had produced during the time they owned Power Rangers.
First, you get Season 13 Power Rangers S.P.D. This was a terrific Disney Season, and is one of my favorites in the Disney Era, next to Dino Thunder anyways.
Secondly, you get Season 14 Power Rangers Mystic Force. This was also a good season as well, with a very nice plot line. Only thing I didn't like is that it didn't feature a team up with the S.P.D. Rangers, but it does make a nice reference to S.P.D. with showing Piggy in an episode foreshadowing that eventually Earth will be overrun with Aliens all over the place.
Third, you get Season 15 Power Rangers Operation Overdrive. Despite a lot of people hating on this season, I liked it. It wasn't as entertaining as previous seasons, but it was still pretty decent. Plus of course with it being the 15th Season of Power Rangers, it includes an awesome 2-part episode titled "Once A Ranger" which features the Overdrive Rangers teaming up with Adam, the Black Mighty Morphin Ranger, Tori, the Blue Ninja Ranger, Kira, the Yellow Dino Ranger, Bridge, the Red S.P.D. Ranger, and Xander the Green Mystic Force Ranger.
Fourth, you get Season 16 Power Rangers Jungle Fury. This was a pretty awesome Disney Season. Again the only thing I didn't like was no team up with the OO Rangers, but at least we got to see Casey appear in Super Megaforce.
Fifth, you get Season 17 Power Rangers RPM. This was the last actual season to be produced by Disney, because in 2010 all we got in Power Rangers was a re-version of the first 32 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Season 1 episodes. Of course later that year Saban bought back the rights to Power Rangers, and well you know the rest. RPM is considered to be one of the darkest toned seasons in the entire Power Rangers franchise, and it really is. I mean hey, it's basically Terminator but in Power Rangers form. Again, this doesn't feature a team-up with any previous Ranger teams, however Scott aka the Red RPM Ranger appears in Clash of the Red Rangers: The Movie (even though it's only a double-length episode), but I still wish at least more RPM Rangers or even the actual universe from where Scott comes from was shown, but oh well.
As with the previous box sets go, you get one bonus disc of bonus features, including the cast and crew talking about using props on the show, the cast talking about some of their favorite places on-set, a video that includes several Power Rangers collectors showing off their collection, and much more.
This is the final Power Rangers box set that Shout! Factory will be releasing, as Lionsgate is the only ones who have the DVD rights to Power Rangers Samurai, Super Samurai, Megaforce, and Super Megaforce. Shout! Factory did team up with Lionsgate to release Samurai, Super Samurai, and Megaforce included in the Power Rangers 20 Seasons Legacy collection. Other than that, you'll have to get the Samurai, Super Samurai, or Megaforce DVDs individually.
Season 13: Power Rangers SPD. One of my favorite seasons. It is about cops turned to Power Rangers fighting criminal aliens and traveling in space. Earth is now inhabited peacefully with aliens and humans. An alien commander of a police organization recruits 5 humans to be Power Rangers to stop crime and an old enemy.
Season 14: Power Rangers Mystic Force. This season is nice, but not one of my favorites. It is about 5 teens become wizard like Power Rangers fighting evil forces. Imagine Harry Potter wearing spandex, his wand become a sword like wand or a cell phone, fighting an evil knight and monsters.
Season 15: Power Rangers Operation Overdrive. One of my favorites. I found out that this season is not well liked, but oh well, who cares. This season is about brother rivals and treasure hunting. A rich man recruits 5 humans to be Power Rangers to find a powerful crown and its jewels before they fall to the wrong hands or Earth will be doomed. This season had an awesome and epic two part episodes named 'Once a Ranger' which had one of my all time favorite Power Ranger actors, Johnny Yong Bosch who plays Adam Park aka Mighty Morphin Black Ranger returning along with 4 past Rangers.
Season 16: Power Rangers Jungle Fury. In this season, an powerful enemy escapes from his prison and posses a human. 3 students from a secret dojo organization were chosen to stop him. This season is almost similar to Wild Force because they had animal spirits.
Season 17: Power Rangers RPM. The last season released from Disney era. One of my favorites. This season is one of the darkest season in Power Rangers history. This season is almost similar to the Terminator. Earth is ruined and humans are almost extinct thanks to a powerful computer virus and its machine army. 5 humans were chosen to protect the last of the humans and a small city dome from an Skynet like organization.
As a loyal fan of Power Rangers for over 20 years, I gave this season box set 5 stars.
But aside from having a collection of great to excellent seasons, the bonus features are a huge treat, especially getting to hear from the cast members and crew members talk about their time on the show and provide great and fun insight.
The quality of the video is also amazing. It definitely beats just streaming the episodes. A must-have for any Power Rangers fan, but a great set to introduce a new generation to some great and fun television.
For S.P.D., the series jumps ahead in the not too distant future where humanity has traveled among the stars and joined the intergalactic community as alien and human live side-by-side. However, an evil force spreads across the universe that wipes out the home world of the community's military/police force and Earth's Power Rangers leaving a secondary team of Rangers, the B-Squad, to become Earth's last hope for survival. Mystic Force follows monsters from the underworld trying to invade the Earth only to be stopped by the world's magical knights and sorcerers (albeit at a grave cost). The evil would return and the survivor among those knights and sorcerers must train a new generation to save the world as Power Rangers. Operation Overdrive is the treasure hunting season as a powerful artifact breaks apart and is spread across the globe with unaffiliated malicious aliens from across the universe coming to seek assembling the item for themselves. A team of adventurers with unique skills is brought together to find the artifact's components and protect Earth as the Power Rangers. This season would also be the fifteenth in the series with a team-up special with past rangers including Adam Park from Mighty Morphin, Zeo, Turbo, and Space (played by Johnny Yong Bosch, a famous voice actor known for his starring roles in anime like Bleach, Trigun, and Code Geass). Jungle Fury would be Kalish's final season with a focus on martial arts (especially kung fu) with a distinct Hong Kong action quality paying homage to many, many areas of martial arts and action films and stars. Following the Kalish era, Disney would produce one final season of Power Rangers in R.P.M. Considered one of the best seasons of Power Rangers, R.P.M. features a world destroyed by sentient machines as the last handful of humanity retreats to a domed city for survival. Borrowing elements from Terminator and Mad Max, the series features mankind's desperate struggle as the Power Rangers must prevent the extinction of their species and destroy the machines who seek world domination.
Out of twenty years of Power Rangers, I would easily say the seasons on this set are in the top eight the show has ever produced. Between making characters multidimensional to complicating storylines beyond the simplistic ones of many seasons past to having action sequences so intense that the producers of the source material hired the man behind it to come to Japan and replicate the style, this DVD release maybe the most anticipated event for Power Rangers fans after that of Mighty Morphin alone. Every season since Space, the show's producers have tried to make the brand a better product and these five seasons are the culmination of this effort as Koichi Sakamoto brought the action to Hollywood standards and Bruce Kalish and Eddie Guzelian (who produced R.P.M.) gave us amazing stories that made us care about the characters and wonder how the heroes would triumph against such dire odds. If you're a Power Rangers fan, this is a must buy. If you're a fan of superheroes and action series, this is a must buy. If you have kids who enjoy action shows, these seasons of Power Rangers features heroes fighting monsters that's high octane and so over the top they really couldn't be replicated in real life (namely, flying through the air with explosions) giving it a Hollywood or animation quality in that regard. I can't recommend this set enough, truly an event.