Power Rangers are perhaps the most enduring franchise in kids television. Nearly a quarter of a century since it debuted on TV, the show is not weakening its grip on young viewers. Whats the secret? They keep changing up elements so each new micro-generation that starts watching the show has their Power Rangers. They have their villains to fear and boo. While kids eventually want to learn about previous seasons, they have their group of young kids that were given the power to transform into protectors of Earth. By constantly changing the kids in the colorful Ranger outfits, a viewer don’t get bored by seeing the same situations over a 100 episodes. When Power Rangers Dino Charge began, Josie was excited at this new generation. Mainly because it combined her two favorite things: Power Rangers and dinosaurs. Now she’s thrilled to have all the episodes of Power Rangers Dino Charge: The Complete Season in one boxset.
The premise for this series is that during the time of dinosaurs on Earth, Keeper needed a place to hide his Energems from a bounty hunter named Sledge. Keeper stashed them with dinosaurs. Now in the present time, a bunch of kids at the Amber Beach Dinosaur Museum uncover the first Energems during a dig along with a cave teen. The new Rangers have to find the rest of the Energems before evil aliens led by Sledge get them. The new Power Rangers get the strength of their dinosaur protectors.
Here’s Josie’s review:
The videos is 1.78:1 anamorphic. The transfers brighten up the colors of the Power Rangers. The audio is Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround. The levels are Dinosaur load enough. There’s also French and Spanish dubs. The episodes are Closed Captioned.
No bonus features.
Lionsgate presents Power Rangers Dino Super Charge: The Complete Season. Starring: Brennan Mejia, Camille Hyde, Yoshi Sudarso, Michael Taber & James Davies. Boxset Contents: 22 episodes on 5 DVDs. Released: February 7, 2017.
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