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Megaforce Rangers Transforms to Power Rangers Super Megaforce

A new photo the upcoming Power Rangers Super Megaforce television series shows the Megaforce Rangers transforming to Super Megaforce via the use of Ranger Keys and the Super Megaforce Morphers. Whoa, that's a lot of "megaforce" in here.

Power Rangers Super Megaforce focuses on the Rangers' mission to defeat a massive alien army Armada that was sent to conquer Earth. To face this threat, Gosei, a supernatural guardian who has protected Earth for centuries, gives the Rangers special morphers and keys, which allow them to morph into Super Megaforce Rangers. The Rangers also have an added special ability to morph into any team of Power Rangers from the past. These super-sized adventures can only mean one thing: the all-new Power Rangers Super Megaforce has arrived!

Photo credit to RangerCrew Facebook.

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13 Responses
  1. C.L. Says:

    I thought this description was released a while back, well guess it's time to recycle all the while I wonder WHEN is episode 10 going to premiere?

  2. Anonymous Says:

    I still think Super Megaforce has a weird plot, but I'm curious as how this is gonna go. Maybe it'll turn out well. Maybe.

  3. Unknown Says:

    Seems like megaforce blue fumbled on his mobirates.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    Guess the Blue Ranger's morpher is broken...

  5. Sazer Tarious Says:

    Blue Ranger, You're NOOB! open up your mobirates properly!

  6. Anonymous Says:

    You mean "Megaforced"

  7. Anonymous Says:

    Yeah it's weird seeing the megaforce suits holding the mobirates while still having the gosei morpher on their waist belt. And judging by this, I guess we won't be seeing a ranger change into the megaforce suits like in gokaiger. Otherwise, that would be stupid.

    I honestly care less about the rangers transforming into their predecessors as I do with legend ranger appearances. Just think about all the great crossovers and moments you can have with them. The whole transforming thing using the gokaiger footage is going to be a mess. Unless saban films their own gokai change scenes. The editing will be a mess, since most the gokai changes mixes the old with the new. Either way we can only hope for the best. But people shouldn't overhype themselves. We certainly don't want to hear anymore fanboy bashing.

  8. Anonymous Says:

    WTF Saban. You used to good during the past.

  9. arale norimaki Says:

    rip power rangers 1993-1999

  10. Anonymous Says:

    I think The writers are having writer's block which is why I am seeing in the past posts related to this negative.
    Lets wait and see what happens It seems to me They want impress the new generation of children and old fans like us can us watch what they do.

  11. Anonymous Says:

    12:54 anonymous:

    I dont think it will be as bad or difficult as you may expect. remember, Super Megaforce will have 51 episodes and 3 movies to cherry pick footage to be used for 20 episodes.

    Considering that there will be a great deal of original footage too, it should be very easy to transition. Most of the gokai changes that they will use will probably be from the gokaiger "tribute" episodes anyway to showcase the transformation.

    add that to the fact that usually half an episode or more shows the rangers demorph, i really don't think that the edited footage will be limited in all. more likely we will all be complaining that they didn't use ENOUGH.

  12. The episode premiered yesterday and it's okay. There was a stupid joke about the black ranger being green but the basic punchline is they don't want to explain it. Now i just need to see what the tribute episode is like. I'm going in with no expectations because what I expected from the premiere was failure but so far it's just okay.

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