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First Look at Upcoming Hasbro Power Rangers Toys

New York Toy Fair is right around the corner but Hasbro are already off the starting block with Beast Morphers toy reveals!

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Pending the release of Power Rangers Beast Morphers, two images from the first Power Rangers Megazords to be produced by Hasbro have been released online. First up is the Power Rangers Beast Morphers Beast-X Ultrazord! This is a non-combining version of the ultimate Beast Morphers combination, featuring lights and sounds. Following on from Power Rangers Beast Morphers, we have a look at the Power Rangers Wild Force Morphin Megazord which is an item from the Hasbro subsidiary Playskool! Based on the Wild Force Megazord from Power Rangers Wild Force this Megazord converts from Robot to Beast in a single step. Both figures are currently scheduled for release in Autumn 2019

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Continuing along the same theme, we also got images for some of the roleplay toys and costumes for Power Rangers Beast Morphers that will be seeing release.

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Kicking things off is a look the new Morpher from Power Rangers Beast Morphers, named the Beast-X Morpher. This wrist-mounted toy has lights and sounds built in as well as voice and movement activated features. Attaching it to your wrist and using the phrase “It’s Morphin Time!” will trigger the morphing sequence effects and swinging your wrist around will also activate battle lights and sounds for the toy. It also includes some Morph-X Keys which will also trigger lights and sounds. Other keys will be included with other toys from the series.

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Following on from the Beast-X Morpher is the Power Rangers Beast Morphers Basic Figures Assortment with each figure standing at 6 inches tall. Each feature multiple points of articulation and include two accessories so that fans can recreate the poses and scenes from the Power Rangers Beast Morphers series. Plus, with the included Morph-X key, kids can imagine unlocking powers in the Beast-X Morpher toy.

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Continuing from the figures are the new roleplay toys. The Beast-X Electronic Sabre features lights and reactive sound effects that respond to kids’ movements as they imagine battling monsters and villains as one of the Power Rangers. Swinging the sabre firmly 7 times unlocks “Beast Mode,” with special light and battle sound effects.

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The Cheetah Beast Blaster looks like a Cheetah Zord, ready to pounce, but can morph into blaster mode for soft dart-firing action! Powered by NERF, the blaster comes with 3 darts, ready for morphinominal action against any opponent.

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The Electronic Cheetah Claw is used when the Red Ranger powers up in Red Fury Mode. The toy features reactive sound effects that respond to kids’ movements as they strap the toy to their hand, then make a slashing motion to extend the claws. Pushing a button on the handle makes them retract again, ready for more action.

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The Red and Blue Ranger masks both feature designs inspired by the TV show, so kids can imagine leading the Power Rangers in the battle to protect the Morph-X. From Halloween, to party time, or every day adventures, kids can imagine jumping into action.

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Last, but by no means least, are the fancy dress costumes designed for kids.

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What do you think of all the announced toys so far? What will you be adding to your collections? Let us know on our Social Media pages!

Sources: Tokunation, ScreenRant, Power Rangers NOW
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Power Rangers Beast Morphers Cast and Trailer Revealed

As is the tradition at Power Morphicon, the cast of the next season of Power Rangers has been revealed!

Showing up on stage at the end of Super Ninja Steel panel the cast for the main three members of Power Rangers Beast Morphers were revealed to be:

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Photo Credit: Ranger Command Power Hour on Twitter

Rorrie D. Travis as the Red Beast Morphers Ranger

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Jasmeet Baduwalia as the Blue Beast Morphers Ranger

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Jacqueline Scislowski as the Yellow Beast Morphers Ranger

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Power Rangers Beast Morphers follows the story of 3 Rangers who combine the power of the Morphin Grid with Animal DNA to fight against the sentient Evox computer virus with the help of their Beast Bots sidekicks!

A trailer for the upcoming series was also shown. You can watch it below, courtesy of io9:

And you can follow the new cast here:

Rorrie: https://www.instagram.com/rorrie.travis/

Jasmeet: https://www.instagram.com/therealjazzbaduwalia/?hl=en

Jacqueline: https://www.jacquelinescislowski.com/

At this time the names for their characters have not been revealed. You can catch these new members of the Power Ranger family on Power Rangers Beast Morphers on Nick in 2019!

Who is your favorite member of the Beast Morphers team? Are you going to watch this new season in 2019? Leave a comment down below!

Thanks to @MisturYellow on Twitter for pointing us towards the cast images!
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Beast Morphers Red Ranger Identity Possibly Revealed

With Power Morphicon less than two weeks away, fans of Power Rangers are chomping at the bit for any piece of news or information they can get their hands on. Hasbro, for their part, is doing wonders to encourage brand growth for Power Rangers as a franchise already, including lots of marketing behind the 25th anniversary special and even declaring August 28th National Power Rangers Day in America. The latest of these developments may have been accidental, though. In a now-deleted Instagram post, veteran actor and stuntman Ray Park, known for playing Darth Maul in Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace, and Snake Eyes in the G.I. Joe films, seemingly revealed the identity of our new Red Ranger, posing for a selfie with a young man the post names as “Rico.”

 

The now-deleted post can be seen below:

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The post was seemingly deleted quickly after it went up, which leaves a few possibilities as to the reason. The most likely are that the post was inaccurate and Park took it down on his own, or otherwise that Hasbro saw this as an early leak and asked him to remove the post before it spread further. Regardless, we will have confirmation coming up at Power Morphicon, when the Beast Morphers cast and crew are revealed. Until then, stay tuned for any updates. 

What are your thoughts on this possible leak? Let’s discuss!

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Power Rangers Beast Morphers Confirmed For 2019

Saban Brands have topped yesterday’s Hasbro license news and thrown us a major curveball in the form of a Go-Busters adaption for Power Rangers.

Earlier today, it was confirmed over the official Power Rangers Twitter that the 2019 season of Power Rangers will be “Power Rangers Beast Morphers”.

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“Set in the future, a secret agency combines a newly discovered substance called “Morph-X” with animal DNA to create the Power Rangers Beast Morphers team. The Rangers must fight off an evil sentient computer virus bent on taking over the source of all Ranger power, the Morphin Grid itself. Featuring never-before-seen leather suits and an all-new beast-themed arsenal (including dynamic new Zords), fans should get ready for a season full of secret ops and morphinominal fun.”

Previously thought to be ignored, the season will be adapted from the 2012 series “Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters” making this season the biggest gap between the original and the adaptation. This will also be Hasbro’s first season, since they were recently awarded the license earlier this week. You can expect more details in the coming weeks.

What do you think of this surprising announcement? Let us know in the comments!