Even though Power Rangers has been on the air for over two decades, the show remains fresh. Each year or so they introduce a new Power Ranger design, bring in all new kids to morph and create new monsters for battling. The recent Power Rangers Dino Charge went over well during its two season run on Nickelodeon. But instead of calling it a second season, the producers gave us Power Rangers Dino Super Charge with even bigger powers for even bigger villains. The dinosaur elements continue to keep kids glued to the screen. The Power Rangers Dino Super Charge: Roar DVD features the first 10 of the 22 episode season.
Sledge is out and Heckyl and Snide take over the hunt for the final two Energems. Luckily the Power Rangers are no Dino Super Charge so they can power up for battle. Also they are now joined by the Aqua Ranger and the Silver Ranger. The series really lives up to the “Super” element with the screen filled with action. Here’s Josie’s review of Power Rangers Dino Super Charge: Roar:
The video is 1.78:1 anamorphic. The transfers look bring out the colors of all the Power Rangers. The audio is Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround. The speakers will get cranked up for the big morphin scenes. There’s also French and Spanish dubs. The episodes are Closed Captioned.
No bonus features.
Lionsgate presents Power Rangers Dino Super Charge: Roar. Starring: Brennan Mejia,
Camille Hyde, Yoshi Sudarso, Michael Taber & James Davies. Boxset Contents: 10 episodes on 2 DVDs. Released: January 10, 2017.
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