mighty morphin power rangers: a summary
I am absolutely only reblogging this because of “gets attacked on his way to a karate match”
I’m generally kind of ambivalent towards Lightspeed Rescue, but Joel being such a not-stereotype is one of my favorite things in the world.
A delightfully silly episode completes a Shakespearean tragedy with a problematic ending that exposes this season’s biggest flaw.
So, this season of Power Rangers has been so underwhelming and generally crappy that I’ve started digging into impossible subtext just to have something to write about each week. This time, I paint the monster-of-the-week as a Shakespearean tragic hero, by way of Aristotle’s rules of tragedy. Maybe this is a sign that I’m ready for grad school? (Which is ironic, since time spent on this was at the expense of studying for the GRE.)
durkinator27 made me curious as whether a Ranger would look with a beard (not bad at all)
Luppy-on is a perfect human being.
For posterity’s sake, I figured I’d repost the original edition from last year.
durkinator27: Took me a while to start and finish it, but I thought it might be more appropriate for you to go “Super Megaforce”
Hope you like :)
YES YES YES! Like is an understatement! What a nice surprise today! :D
Crashing your party on July 4
Power Rangers nails what hacking looks like on EVERY SINGLE TV SHOW OR MOVIE EVER MADE.
I Don’t Understand Young People And They Scare Me: I Just Want To Live In The Past Forever
Haters gonna hate. Oldies gonna old.
Why is the friggin Tigerzord on the cover?! Because clearly a Japanese import from 1994 is the best representation of the digital age.