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A Brief History of the Power Rangers, Part One

Written by AnaKhouri on . Posted in Moving Pictures, TV

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AnaKhouri was abandoned in the wilds of Hungary as an infant and raised by a clan of angry badgers. There she remained until being rescued and adopted by an American couple. Currently she lives with her husband, their man-child and cat familiar. To this day she sleeps in a burrow behind their house. She is a raving fan of all things geeky but particularly books and Sanrio. She is working on her second fantasy novel. If you want to read more of her fiction check out her blog. If you would like to send her presents, she enjoys zombie movies, soba noodles, and flannel pajamas.
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  • Sean

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    I first saw Super Sentai in a parodic version aired on the USA Network on a show called Night Flight, circa 1991. My friends and I (college freshman at the time) loved it. So I was quite stoked when I saw the ads for Power Rangers.

    It only took one episode for me to decide I’d had enough. Mainly due to the boring, time-filling high school scenes, and particularly due to the antics of bumbling bullies Bulk and Skull.

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  • AnaKhouri

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    I was surprised my son had the patience for it honestly, as there IS a lot of high school talking, but I guess the fight scenes are worth it. He does laugh at Bulk and Skull, mostly because they fall down a lot (hey, he’s 3).

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