Power Rangers: Seasons 8 - 12 (26-DVD Set)
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The adventures of the Power Rangers continue with five outrageous seasons, each every bit as exciting as the last! Join your favorite Rangers from Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue, Power Rangers Time Force, Power Rangers Wild Force, Power Rangers Ninja Storm and Power Rangers Dino Thunder as they take on some the biggest, baddest villains ever faced! Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Power Rangers franchise with this extraordinary 26-disc set, jam packed with 241 awesome episodes and tons of archival bonus features, as well as brand new featurettes including interviews with some of your favorite Rangers!
• Includes an exclusive DVD of bonus features and a 40-page book
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season 1-3 plus alien rangers collection set
season 4-7 collection set
November 12, 2013 with collection set 3 which includes five seasons 8-12 is the reason why this set is more is because this set has five seasons same with collection four.
and then in December 3rd 2013 we will get collection set 4 which include five more season 13-17.
Again can't wait to get them I already own the first two sets and have the third set pre ordered.
This just seems crazy to me. Especially seeing as most people would be more concerned with
buy the first 7 seasons as they were more popular I believe
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Lightspeed Rescue brought the Power Rangers back to Earth, the previous two seasons being set in space. It also marked the complete end of the Zordon era, with the removal of Alpha and the Megaship from In Space. Another notable mention is the first ever American Ranger in Ryan Mitchell, the Titanium Ranger. An interview is included on the bonus disc in this set (looking forward to it). Not considered the best of the series by many, I really loved this one. Also, honorable mention to Carter Grayson, labeled a total bad*** in the fandom.
Time Force was, in a word, dark. No, not the lighting. This season really brought the storyline to a new level, with subjects of destiny and whether we can change it, racism, and love that failed in the end. It lets you know this by killing the red ranger in the first episode. This was a great season as well and my only complaint was that this season was a bit effects-heavy, even by Power Rangers standards. The acting is top-notch, but that was never a big importance for me with this series.
Wild Force can be summed up in two words, "Forever Red". Yes, you should know what this is if you are considering purchasing this set, unless it's as a gift. This season was, in my opinion, a step-down from the last two. It does have its moments, especially with the sixth ranger's appearance. Honestly, I didn't catch more than half of this season, but I did see the finale and it was pretty glorious.
Ninja Storm is one I saw very little of. It didn't look interesting to me and the CGI gerbil was certainly no Zordon. The villain was overly comedic and I never really thought he'd have a chance of beating the rangers, so there was never a valid threat in my mind. This is pretty much a less-worse version of Turbo, unless they snuck in a stereotypical New Yorker Alpha in one episode. Pay attention at the end because we get an appearance from the twin brother of the next red ranger.
Lastly we have Dino Thunder, which was trying to channel a modern version of Mighty Morphin. You had the dinosaur focused suits and swords, the evil ranger that befriends the team as a normal teenager and later joins, and of course the return of Tommy Oliver. The design of the villain was amazing and used practical makeup and animatronics, and honestly a bit frightening. It reminded me of Zedd, which brings another comparison between the seasons. The characters were fine and it's always nice to see Tommy again, even if it does contradict earlier information.
I own the previous sets and they both look and sound great, and purchasing this will net you the exclusive bonus feature disc. I am buying this because I enjoyed the series up to Dino Thunder, and buying the legacy collection would leave me with eight seasons I really do not care for.
I am looking up something completely different and see an Amazon ad pop up on the side of the website and guess what they were advertising?...You guessed it. This very box set of Power Rangers seasons 8-12! I was so relieved and giddy with excitement that I decided to share my excitement by writing my first ever review on Amazon after being a customer since 2006! I am so happy that people like me who have loved this show since they were kids and may have lost track of the show over the years can finally get completely caught up once each box set is released. So far I have Seasons 1-7, both movies and Season 19 aka Super Samurai when the entire season box set came out last year (even though I haven't seen season 18 aka Samurai and 19 was a direct sequel of it). According to my calculations, there should be 2 more box sets after this one. Seasons 13-16 and 17-20. Or maybe they will go another way with it, but I hope that it happens soon!
The only thing I am upset about is that I read that the 20 season box set will be released on December 3, but this is supposed to release shortly before that on November 23, so what about the other 8 seasons? When will we get them? Who knows but for now, this should make many people like myself much happier and that much closer to completing their Power Rangers set.