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Power Rangers

  1. Roberto Orci Drops Power Rangers Reboot To Focus On Star Trek 3

    It's morphin' time.

    Judging by past comment threads, I have an inkling you guys won't be too broken up about this.

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  2. Former Power Rangers Stuntman Arrested For Cat Burglary

    No No Power Rangeeeeeeers!

    Yasutomo Ihara was once a stunt man on two of the biggest live action superhero franchises on Japanese TV: Kamen Rider and Super Sentai, the latter of which is recycled into Power Rangers for American audiences. All of that ended, though, when he injured his knee and was forced to retire from his life of acrobatics. What's a broke and desperate former performer to do? Why, turn to a life of crime, of course.

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  3. Well, the Power Rangers Reboot Is Really Happening: Roberto Orci Is Attached

    Shout out to the Ninjetti warriors.

    Suit up, Rangers, your new movie has writers, and big names at that. 

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  4. A Ridiculously Comprehensive History of Sailor Moon – Part 1: Made In Japan

    In the Name of the Moon, I will meticulously describe things to you!

    Between Viz Media's recent remastered release of the original mid '90s anime, the upcoming 26-episode reboot set to hit the Internet in three weeks, and the ridiculous amounts of merchandise now for sale, it has never been a more exciting time to be a Sailor Moon fan. In honor of the new series, The Mary Sue will be taking a look at how Sailor Moon has grown over the past 20 years--starting, of course, with all the awesome Japanese stuff most of us couldn't get at as kids.

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  5. We’re Getting a Power Rangers Movie Reboot From Lionsgate Whether Anyone Wants That or Not

    Get ready for the inevitable Voltron movie reboot from a competing studio.

    Just when you thought Hollywood would finally run out of ways to pillage your childhood, Lionsgate has announced that they've got a Power Rangers franchise starter in the works. At least Power Rangers has already been doing a pretty decent job of ruining itself with every new TV iteration, so you've got that to soften the blow, right?

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  6. Baby Predator Steals The Show In Our 2014 WonderCon Cosplay Gallery

    Why Not Do It With Some Style?

    Power Rangers, look out! I mean, seriously, look out, there's an adorable child cosplaying Predator and you might step on the cuteness! Sigh. Our very own Alan Kistler attended WonderCon in California this past weekend and sent us a bunch of fun cosplay he saw including characters from Doctor Who, Disney, comics, and more!

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  7. Even More Disney Princesses Dressed as Other Characters for Halloween

    Pretty Pretty Princess

    Isaiah Stephens wasn't done after the six Disney Princesses her dressed up for Halloween as other fictional characters. No, he had to continue with characters dressed as characters from Buffy, Korra, The Power Rangers, and the X-Men.

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  8. Hero-Glyphics, Proof All Those Time Travel Story Events Were Real

    Our Adorable Past

    Josh Ln has uncovered some rare artifacts, indeed, but I mean it's not like the Egyptians were really nerds. They were probably only pretending to be to get the attention of the Greeks.

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  9. How Pacific Rim Should Have Ended, Now With Bonus Voltrons [Video]

    The one thing Pacific Rim was really missing? Vacuum attachment arms.

    I feel deep in my heart that Pacific Rim is a totally amazing blockbuster movie, but I'll admit that there are a lot of points where you have to willingly suspend your disbelief. Naturally, Youtube animated channel How It Should Have Ended went ahead and poked at those points with a giant robot sword. Several giant robot swords, actually.

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  10. TV and Movie Scenes Re-Created In Minimalist Legos

    Audience Participation

    Lego artist Nick Desimone has taken minimalist movie posters to the next level: minimalist Lego scenes. He renders classic characters in dioramas using the least amount of bricks possible, creating iconic moments without the benefit of faces, intricate detail, or non-geometric shapes-- just with brightly-colored blocks. Can you guess all of the movies and shows which are Lego-fied here? (via GeeksAreSexy)

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