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Our review of Power Rangers Turbo: Volume Two, published June 5th, 2014, is also available.
It was the late '90s and hot on the heels of the Power Rangers' feature film, Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie, comes the TV series to continue the Morphmentum. The Turbo Rangers, led by the omnipresent Tommy (Jason David Frank) deploy their tricked-out Zord vehicles to unleash the usual Rangers mayhem. Their opponent: the bodaciously-attired Divatox, who's a space pirate with legions of monsters and cannon fodder at her disposal.
Power Rangers Turbo: Volume One brings the first 23 episodes. Here are some random thoughts on this series and then I'll be done.
Who invited the kid?
Tommy can't be stopped.
Divatox looks like a cast-off from a cover band of Lea Thompson's band in
Howard the Duck.
The new Alpha is terrible.
Zordon goes bye-bye.
The rest of it is what you've come to expect in any Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers adventure: fighting, transforming, robot fighting, and so forth.
Nothing much with the DVD set: full frame, 2.0 stereo, no extras.
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Studio: Shout! Factory
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