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Power Ranger Dino Super Charge Logo, Poster & Press Release Unveiled

Our buddies at Ranger Crew have given us the first look for the Power Rangers Super Dino Charge logo, a poster featuring the power-up for the Red Dino Charge Ranger (or the equivalent to the Carnival mode) and some new press release info.

Saban Brands has announced today that Power Rangers Dino Super Charge will be the title of the upcoming season of the Power Rangers television series and will premiere on Nickelodeon in early 2016. This new season will follow the Power Rangers in their new adventure as they continue their quest to unite all 10 Energems by tapping into brand-new battle gear, Zords and Megazords and for the first time in franchise history, there will be 10 Power Rangers on the same team.

And as for the press release info:

With the current season, Power Rangers Dino Charge, we’ve already seen an overwhelming response and it very quickly became a huge success, as fans were excited for the return of the popular dinosaur theme for the first time in more than 10 years,” said Elie Dekel, President of Saban Brands. “With Power Rangers Dino Super Charge, the new season will still feature the same amazing team of Power Rangers, but will be super-charged with history-making twists and turns and, of course, epic new villains, Zords and Megazords, making this one of the best seasons yet!

Again, big thanks to the Ranger Crew team for this great news.

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13 Responses
  1. Anonymous Says:

    I hoped that they would finally stop that "Super" s***.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    i had a little hope they wouldn't use that stupid battlizer for red, oh well hope they use it sparingly, but not make further enhancements to it like in dino thunder *shutters* stupid stretchy arms

  3. Anonymous Says:

    Hey it's Dino super charge and not super Dino charge.
    Some change is better than none.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    "Dino Super Charge".
    Well, at least it sounds better than "Super Megaforce".

  5. Anonymous Says:

    Gotta love that press release editing. "New season will follow the power rangers in their new adventure as they continue their quest...."

    It's either a new adventure or a continued quest. It can't be both.

  6. Anonymous Says:

    Does Saban not know any other words than 'Super' and 'Mega'? Saban, use 'Ultra', 'Extreme'. Or are those words too hard?

  7. Stefano Says:

    The saban-mode of that "super" in the title reaaly sounds ridiculous. Please, stop.

  8. Anonymous Says:

    The difference here is it actually fits perfectly with the battery theme.

  9. Anonymous Says:

    I put this whole "Super" BS on Nickelodeon. Little to no advertisement for this season or past seasons, hiatus for no reason, and bad scheduling. This is why the viewer count isnt as high as it should be. I forgot this season even exist and I watched Power Rangers all the time since the early 2000s

  10. Anonymous Says:

    I'm not defending the American adaptation or Saban,because I hate them both,but it's actually Nick who demands two separate seasons,and forces the writers to go with 'Super',etc. And by the look of things,it won't stop here, and will mostly continue on to the next series.

  11. Anonymous Says:

    Super and mega fits the battery motif. Ultra also fits nicely, but I'd take all of the above over "Extreme" anyday. Ew.

  12. Maybe we need to start pestering Nick to stop this seasonal division.

    More episodes per year should mean more viewers per year, unless they really think Spongebob can support the entire network.

  13. Anonymous Says:

    At least Dino Charge is being made by people who give a darn about the show. They'll just take Nickelodeon's stipulations and roll with them. - Buy Video Games for Consoles and PC - From Japan, Korea and other Regions
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