How to continue Power Rangers?

I watched all Power Rangers throughout the years from Mighty Morphin' to RPM, when the new Saban era started with Samurai, it was so goddamn annoying in comparison I couldn't stomach it, Megaforce was downright moronic, and it felt like I needed to take Ritalin to keep up with the spaztic direction.
Some anon recommended me Dino Charge and I think it was better, definitely more focused and less annoying but it wasn't interesting enough to keep me watching. I considered that I finally was too old for it but later I enjoyed both BOOM! comics alright and thought it was a nice soft reboot to Mighty Morphin', at least until issue 30 when the og writer was canned and they started their multiverse stuff, and I just couldn't keep up.

Recently I heard that Hasbro got the show and is planning on ending the original timeline, taking advantage that we're reaching the year of SPD (which happens to be my favorite PR series) and I wonder if catching up is even worth it, and if it is, How?
Do I have to finish the BOOM! comics? Which series are shit and which are necessary or good?

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  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    all i nknow is the battle for the grid storyline was genuinely good

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I liked that there's a female red ranger.
    I like dommy mommies and loved that Jen Scotts was the actual Time Force leader, Taylor Earhardt for WIldforce.
    I loved the evil female red ranger in SPD too.
    Is she hot and dominant?

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    This is a comics and cartoons board you idiot

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      toku is more Cinemaphile adyacent than Cinemaphile

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        You fricking dense moron
        Just go to /m/
        They have a Power Rangers general

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Live action franchises are more Cinemaphile adjacent
        homie
        There's no Cinemaphile adjacent anything, you're either Cinemaphile or you're not
        inb4 licenseshit comics
        That's like saying Spider-Man in general is Cinemaphile because of Spider-Man games specifically

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Watch super sentai, it superior in many ways. Dont trim fughts, deeper plots, its not afraid to kill chars or show blood.
    Super sentai feel like watch a shonen anime, PR its a show for toddlers

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Watch super sentai
      Same crap, different language.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Super sentai has always been for toddlers. You're not cool just because you view at as being more exotic than Power Rangers is.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Dont trim fughts, deeper plots, its not afraid to kill chars or show blood.
      That's Kamen Rider

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      PR has the same reason to exist as Robotech, Voltron, and other toy selling IPs like joe and He-man. which is to say that it really doesn't anymore. It's a product of its time in an age where such adaptations are largely outdated, it's toyetic elements are a losing strategy, kids have better action of the color vomit variety and they don't buy toys anyway. If PR doesn't find a way to facelift, it might as well just die off with whatever shreds of dignity it has left after waving tommy's corpse andthe rest who're pushing 50 to make lards jizz in overalls. You've already lost the war for relevance if you're parasitizing off that demographic. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKE2DC7Xzog

      There's only one path to rangers revitalizing and that path holds not much hope but it is *a* hope.

      Facelift rangers into a kind of well defined lore with with cosmology, history and power system really play it straight with spelling out unambiguously what what are morpth power coins, zords, what makes different ranger powers different and so on. Stress that it make some sense as to the role rangers & other powers that be in their setting have in the universe and carry it on the back of a good cast and good drama. All the elements are there, i mean it. It's only a matter of threading the needle and executing on a vision. Nu-Voltron was able to make it work for a long while and a rangers revive can do it as well.

      The most serialized seasons were written under the perspectives of people who didn't know shit about Sentai prior taking the job. Power rangers and the clique of Japanese tights series have sweet FA to do with one another.

      My favorite era of PR (one that I wasn't born to watch yet when it was coming out) is the Post-Zordon Saban era where the writing feels more at home with trusting the audiece to follow the story.

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Beast Morphers and Dino/Cosmic Fury are decent. Avoid Samurai, Megaforce, and Ninja Steel (or just watch the crossover episodes).

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    My advice is that you should just keep an ear to the ground for whatever comes next in the comics and what'll probably be a cartoon.
    Try Super Sentai in the meantime. Watch the analogs of your favorites like Zyuranger and GoGoV and whatever Saban mangled when they got the property rights again but were stuck doing short seasons for Nick, and the stuff they skipped.
    I can't remember which season it was that had a lot of shoutouts to PR, like the mechs being called Zords. Had a fight where the Red Ranger beats the MOTW with it's chainsaw tearing through the Megazord and a few feet from his face.

    Ooh, and Akibaranger!

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >I can't remember which season it was that had a lot of shoutouts to PR, like the mechs being called Zords. Had a fight where the Red Ranger beats the MOTW with it's chainsaw tearing through the Megazord and a few feet from his face.
      Go-Busters
      They skipped adapting that series and then went back to it for Beast Morphers

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        That's the kind of decision that baffles me.
        Like, PR has it's ups and downs through the series, but each time it changes hands it gets remarkably worse.
        The ideal would have been that Saban kept it in the first place and tried to put the work in to make it appealing instead of selling it to Disney, but even then, Disney didn't do a horrible job altogether even if they didn't really get what Power Rangers was until the end. If Disney had kept it, it might have been decent, but then they sold it back to Saban who must have had a stroke judging by the braindead decisions made during that era, and then Hasbro drove it into the fricking dirt.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >but each time it changes hands it gets remarkably worse.
          Disney was absolutely an improvement over Saban, their ups were better than Saban ups, their average was higher than Saban, arguably their downs were on the same level.
          Nu-Saban was atrocious, quite literally unwatchable, a complete assault on the senses.
          What did Hasbro do?

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Hasbro leaned into nostalgia and lost the plot
            Plus they changed the logo into something shitty

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Saban was ready to call it quits by PR In Space, but the sudden ratings boost from the finale ended up saving them and it was clear by the follow-up seasons that they didn't really have any solid plans for afterwards.

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Just coudnt keep up
    Bro read a book for adults.

    Also the Ryan Parrott written stuff is easily the best part of those comics.

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Honestly if the multiversal mess of the comics are bothering you, I would hold off on jumping back into the comics for the time being

    The current arc The Darkest Hour has been going on forever and probably will still be going on until at least the Summer
    And it's just mind numbing drudgery

    I say wait a bit and hope that once this arc ends the books get relaunched with a new writer who ignores how convoluted everything has gotten

    In the meantime I cannot recommend the recently ended Super Sentai series King Oh-Ger enough if you want to scratch that itch

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    SPD (which happens to be my favorite PR series)

    Watch dekaranger, it's best sentai.

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