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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    Southern California

    TF14: Bandai America Power Rangers

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    Know that 2014 is the year of the Legendary Ranger Key with a fantastic new element in Bandai America's Power Rangers Super Megaforce toy line! Included with vehicles, Zords, figures, and role-play toys as well as sold in three-packs, the small Keys are transformable figures themselves that unlock tons of content with other toys and via the Power Rangers Key Scanner app (for both iOS and Android). There will be 60 different Ranger Keys released this year that celebrate characters from throughout the Power Rangers' 20 year history! And while the Keys are the special feature, Bandai America is supporting Super Megaforce with tons of product including 5 inch Action Heroes, 6.5 inch Double Battle Action Figures, the Zord Builder Collection, Deluxe Megazords, and role-play toys like the Deluxe Legendary Morpher. Even better, this year will feature two special events that will be offering fans great prizes: the Morphing Madness brackets in March (gold-plated Legendary Ranger Key) and a sweepstakes later in the year with a chance to be on TV!

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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Oct 2009

    Re: TF14: Bandai America Power Rangers

    This line continues to disgust me. Nothing but boring Rangers and no villains for them to fight.

    To start off with I'd like an adult collector oriented, nicely detailed & articulated 7" scale Rita Repulsa. Both US (Carla Pérez) and Japanese (Kikumi Umeda) versions would be cool. -- This could easily be done with variant heads or even just variant faces (like Bandai already does with some of their One Piece figs).

    And a huge 12" or 18" Dark Specter would be a must-have for me.

    There are many other monsters & villains they could make, including Diabolico, Vypra, Queen Bansheera, Triskull, Darkonda, Trakeena, Astronema, etc., etc.

    That is what I want to see, not more freaking Rangers!

    edit: Or if it's a matter of only making characters from the current series, then how about Creepox or Bluefur at least?
    Last edited by S'laargorath; 02-18-2014 at 06:50 PM.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Oct 2009

    Re: TF14: Bandai America Power Rangers

    I dunno, are Bandai Japan and Bandai America both really Bandai or is Bandai America just basically Bandai in name only?

    I used to just think of Bandai Japan as the company that made those shoddy el cheapo vinyl Ultraman monsters, but lately they have really been impressing the hell out of me with some of their lines (Monster Arts, Garo, Ultra-Act, One Piece, Gundam, etc.) and I have been paying the big bucks to get them over on this side of the Pacific.

    But Bandai America seems to be just locked in a "kiddie market only" mentality.

    Come on people, wake up!!
    Last edited by S'laargorath; 02-18-2014 at 05:54 PM.

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