Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: CS – Release Date, Preordering Info

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: CS   Release Date, Preordering InfoThe Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Complete Series DVD is now available for pre-ordering.

This morphenomenal 19-disc collection includes all 155 episodes of the original series that premiered – coincidentally enough – 19 years ago.

Since then, the Power Rangers have been a staple of children’s programming in various forms, such as Power Rangers Wild Force and the new Power Rangers Super Samurai.

Along with its original three season run, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Complete Series will include more extras than a Megazord can swing a sword at. Obscure videos like The White Ranger Kata, where Tommy the White Ranger himself, Jason David Frank teaches karate, and a look at the Power Rangers Live: The World Tour will be included, as well as cast and crew interviews, holiday specials, and more.

Originally only available from Shout! Factory at the 2012 San Diego Comic Con, and later available for pre-order from Shout! Factory’s websiteMighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Complete Series is now available for pre-order from Amazon too. The cost is $83.99. At publication time, the set is not available through Walmart, Target, Gamestop, or any of the other retailers we checked.

According to Amazon, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Complete Series will begin shipping on November 20. An image of the set is below.

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: CS   Release Date, Preordering Info

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