Judge David Johnson came down with a bad case of Zordoroids last week.
Our reviews of Power Rangers Megaforce: Robo-Knight Before Christmas (published December 27th, 2014) and Power Rangers Megaforce: The Mysterious Robo Knight (published February 22nd, 2014) are also available.
When their teamwork is challenged, the Wild Sword will change the Rangers forever.
The Warstar aliens are circling the planet, looking to take it over and maybe ruin it with pollution, too. Super Earth guardian Gosei has recruited five more teenagers to assume the Power Ranger mantles and wage war as Power Rangers Megaforce. When needed, they fire up their magic cell phones and pop in limited edition Gosei trading cards to transform and drop the hammer.
• "Prince takes Knight"
• "Man and Machine"
• "Ultra Power"
• "Last Laugh"
Same game-plan as every other Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers extravaganza: plot device, transform, kung fu, lasers, Zord-out, monster mash, rinse, repeat. The slight twist here is the trading cards gimmick, an obvious cash grab, but, come on, that's what Power Rangers Megaforce is. Oh, and everyone's real worried about the environment, despite the fact one of those monster/Zord bouts probably leads to more deforestation than all of the G8's logging efforts combined.
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