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First look- "Power Rangers: Samurai" trailer released

I'll keep this short and simple.

With the Power Rangers franchise now back in the hands of its original creator after ten years, Haim Saban and his new company Saban Brands have released a trailer for the newest incarnation to be broadcast on Nickelodeon.

"Power Rangers: Samurai" is based on footage taken from the original Japanese series, "Samurai Sentai Shinkenger" (2009).

Meh... just looks like more of same. ("...couple slices of pizza!" OMG, Saban, that is soooooo, like, '90s!)

They're keeping the Shinkenger's Shodou Phone transformation devices for their morphers, but it looks like they won't be using the Brush Mode.
As this is the first live footage we've seen so far, there's no way to tell how the Samurai Zords will be treated, but judging from early toy pictures previously released, they may loose their third Badge Mode because of the kanji that appear on them. Whether this means the Rangers will be using written Japanese language or not has not been determined according to this trailer. (If the new Moprher eliminates the Brush Mode, my guess is there will be no scribbling words in the air like they did in "Shinkenger"...)

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Posted 28 November, 2010 - 15:45 by EVA_Unit_4A

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4 comments posted
Any info on the toys?

Any info on the toys?

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Posted by kidnicky on 30 November, 2010 - 22:22
it was posted here in spanish but man are they butt ugly

as in butt ugly

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Posted by exia00astraea on 2 December, 2010 - 05:05
Yeah I did see them after I

Yeah I did see them after I posted. ewwww.

kidnicky's picture
Posted by kidnicky on 2 December, 2010 - 17:43
eeewww indeed

add the fact that i cannot give a figuarts figure to a child without it breaking due to the numerous joints oh dear... BA is screwed off money again with bone headed stuff.

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Posted by exia00astraea on 3 December, 2010 - 03:14
 
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