History WebVideo / HistoryOfPowerRangers

21st Jan '17 7:05:53 AM SparkyYoungUpstart
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* AdaptedOut: He notes that the original ''Shinkenge''r had the Rangers accompanied by a massive support staff, including stage-hands carrying flags and banners to their battles. These people were not present in ''Samurai'' (minus a cameo in one of the Halloween specials), but fragments of this remain in the overall infrastructure.

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* AdaptedOut: He notes that the original ''Shinkenge''r ''Shinkenger'' had the Rangers accompanied by a massive support staff, including stage-hands carrying flags and banners to their battles. These people were not present in ''Samurai'' (minus a cameo in one of the Halloween specials), but fragments of this remain in the overall infrastructure.
21st Jan '17 4:24:06 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* EvilVersusEvil: Lother vs Messogog in the "Thunder Storm" teamup, which he feels is better than the fight that occurred with the actual ranger teamup.

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* EvilVersusEvil: Lother Lothor vs Messogog in the "Thunder Storm" teamup, which he feels is better than the fight that occurred with the actual ranger teamup.



* IdiotHero: considers Conner to be this.

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* IdiotHero: considers Considers Conner to be this.



* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: [[invoked]] With the White Ranger clone, who is just a FlatCharacter (he doesn't point out that he was created because the white ranger was a villain in most of Abaranger) that didn't do much and felt the plot with him could have been better, like if it had Trent lose his powers when the clone was made.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: [[invoked]] With the White Ranger clone, who is just a FlatCharacter (he doesn't point out that he was created because the white ranger was a villain in most of Abaranger) ''Abaranger'') that didn't do much and felt the plot with him could have been better, like if it had Trent lose his powers when the clone was made.



* FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler: The A-Squad]], he gives kudos to the writers for not overturning this. Feeling it was a great plot twist and a nice final challenge to the B-Squad to come into their own as true heroes, though he admits he's it's disappointing that we never learn much about [[spoiler: The A-Squad]] or why they turned evil.

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* FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler: The A-Squad]], he A-Squad]]. He gives kudos to the writers for not overturning this. Feeling this, feeling it was a great plot twist and a nice final challenge to the B-Squad to come into their own as true heroes, though he admits he's it's disappointing that we never learn much about [[spoiler: The A-Squad]] or why they turned evil.



* AccidentallyAccurate[[invoked]]: Comments that he feels that the combining sequence for the Mystic Dragon and Titan Megazord feel like somebody fastfowarded the footage from Magiranger, which is exactly what happened.

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* AccidentallyAccurate[[invoked]]: Comments that he feels that the combining sequence for the Mystic Dragon and Titan Megazord feel like somebody fastfowarded the footage from Magiranger, ''Magiranger'', which is exactly what happened.



* ExecutiveMeddling[[invoked]]: He actually contacted Ron Wasserman (who'd previously done work for WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall) to get the real story about what happened with this show's theme song. Turns out Wasserman's original version, which is his typically epic work, was turned down because the producers wanted to hop on the rap bandwagon. Wasserman complied, but was quite unsatisfied with the result, and so were they, so they went with another composer. And then they chided Wasserman for putting his first version online, despite never creating a soundtrack album, so it's pretty clear their only problem with it was that he was exposing how stupid they were to reject it.

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* ExecutiveMeddling[[invoked]]: He actually contacted Ron Wasserman Music/RonWasserman (who'd previously done work for WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall) to get the real story about what happened with this show's theme song. Turns out Wasserman's original version, which is his typically epic work, was turned down because the producers wanted to hop on the rap bandwagon. Wasserman complied, but was quite unsatisfied with the result, and so were they, so they went with another composer. And then they chided Wasserman for putting his first version online, despite never creating a soundtrack album, so it's pretty clear their only problem with it was that he was exposing how stupid they were to reject it.



*** Then again, "Dino Thunder" and "SPD" had the time gap as well, and they had ''two'' crossovers...
* TranquilFury: While not on par with his speech in the Wild Force review, there was a definite edge in his voice when he was talking about people spoiling the surprise of the Mystic Mother's identity.

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*** Then again, "Dino Thunder" ''Dino Thunder'' and "SPD" ''SPD'' had the time gap as well, and they had ''two'' crossovers...
* TranquilFury: While not on par with his speech in the Wild Force ''Wild Force'' review, there was a definite edge in his voice when he was talking about people spoiling the surprise of the Mystic Mother's identity.



*** On that note, with the exception on Bridge since he never lost his powers at the end of S.P.D., Xander did lose his, but it was never explained in Mystic Force finale that the repower was temporary or permanent. [[note]] {{Subverted}} with Tori and Kira of course as it is believable that the Sentinel Knight restored their powers, and Adam's as well, though Linkara still prefers the Forever Red theory that Adam had his fixed in the time after In Space [[//note]]

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*** On that note, with the exception on Bridge since he never lost his powers at the end of S.P.D., Xander did lose his, but it was never explained in Mystic Force ''Mystic Force'' finale that the repower was temporary or permanent. [[note]] {{Subverted}} with Tori and Kira of course as it is believable that the Sentinel Knight restored their powers, and Adam's as well, though Linkara still prefers the Forever Red "Forever Red" theory that Adam had his fixed in the time after In Space [[//note]]''In Space'' [[/note]]



** After noting the premise of the Power Rangers fighting an army of machines hellbent on humanity's extiction sounds interesting, Lewis tells the viewer to hold on to that idea for [[Series/PowerRangersRPM a few seasons]].

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** After noting the premise of the Power Rangers fighting an army of machines hellbent on humanity's extiction extinction sounds interesting, Lewis tells the viewer to hold on to that idea for [[Series/PowerRangersRPM a few seasons]].



* SpotlightStealingSquad: Points out that Mack was the only one of the Rangers who got the lion's share of the CharacterDevelopment, leaving the rest of the cast [[FlatCharacter without any solid individual character arcs or growth]].



* SpotlightStealingSquad: Points out that Mack was the only one of the Rangers who got the lion's share of the CharacterDevelopment, leaving the rest of the cast [[FlatCharacter without any solid individual character arcs or growth]].



* SugarWiki/NeedsMoreLove: [[invoked]] He brings up how this series is sandwiched between the highly disliked Operation Overdrive and the CrazyAwesome RPM, and as such is rarely discussed. But he found the acting to be above par with some great character arcs, and returns the series to focus more on martial arts skills instead of excessive explosions and wire work.

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* SugarWiki/NeedsMoreLove: [[invoked]] He brings up how this series is sandwiched between the highly disliked Operation Overdrive ''Operation Overdrive'' and the CrazyAwesome RPM, ''RPM'', and as such is rarely discussed. But he found the acting to be above par with some great character arcs, and returns the series to focus more on martial arts skills instead of excessive explosions and wire work.



** Lewis makes a point of this being the fan reaction to the season's morphers; however, he states that he's okay with the changes to the morphers from Gekiranger, liking the sunglasses design as a change of pace after the standard fare with the morphers, plus they're objects that are easy to conceal and won't stand out.

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** Lewis makes a point of this being the fan reaction to the season's morphers; however, he states that he's okay with the changes to the morphers from Gekiranger, ''Gekiranger'', liking the sunglasses design as a change of pace after the standard fare with the morphers, plus they're objects that are easy to conceal and won't stand out.



* AdaptedOut: Points out that in Series/EngineSentaiGoOnger the giant robots were fully sentient and could talk (which explains the big googly eyes), which was removed from RPM almost entirely (Dr. K explains while there is ''some'' living matter inside the Zords, there was not enough for them to be considered truly 'alive'). As a result, only the bare minimum of the Zord sentai footage could be used.
* {{Anticlimax}}: In his opinion the final fight with Venjix was a letdown, especially since the Rangers had destroyed Venjix bodies before and there was nothing in the show that insinuated ''this'' time was any different ... although he does like that it was Dr. K who ultimately led to his downfall, as he enjoyed her getting that critical act of atonement for creating Venjix in the first place.

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* AdaptedOut: Points out that in Series/EngineSentaiGoOnger ''Series/EngineSentaiGoOnger'' the giant robots were fully sentient and could talk (which explains the big googly eyes), which was removed from RPM ''RPM'' almost entirely (Dr. K explains while there is ''some'' living matter inside the Zords, there was not enough for them to be considered truly 'alive'). As a result, only the bare minimum of the Zord sentai footage could be used.
* {{Anticlimax}}: In his opinion the final fight with Venjix was a letdown, especially since the Rangers had destroyed Venjix Venjix's bodies before and there was nothing in the show that insinuated ''this'' time was any different ... although he does like that it was Dr. K who ultimately led to his downfall, as he enjoyed her getting that critical act of atonement for creating Venjix in the first place.



* PragmaticAdaptation: Lewis comments on how different the source footage from Series/EngineSentaiGoOnger was from RPM. He also points out that Eddie Guzelian was unfamiliar with the series, he did watch some episodes before hand. This combined with the vastly different sentai footage led to script delays. This is actually rather ironic compared to ''Series/PowerRangersTurbo'' which did something similar.

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* PragmaticAdaptation: Lewis comments on how different the source footage from Series/EngineSentaiGoOnger ''Series/EngineSentaiGoOnger'' was from RPM. He also points out that Eddie Guzelian was unfamiliar with the series, he did watch some episodes before hand. This combined with the vastly different sentai footage led to script delays. This is actually rather ironic compared to ''Series/PowerRangersTurbo'' which did something similar.



** As mentioned above under SequelHook, TheStinger of Venjix hiding in the the Red Ranger morpher was done in hopes of Dinsey changing their mind about cancelling Power Rangers.

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** As mentioned above under SequelHook, TheStinger of Venjix hiding in the the Red Ranger morpher was done in hopes of Dinsey Disney changing their mind about cancelling Power Rangers.



* AdaptedOut: He notes that the original Shinkenger had the Rangers accompanied by a massive support staff, including stage-hands carrying flags and banners to their battles. These people were not present in Samurai (minus a cameo in one of the Halloween specials), but fragments of this remain in the overall infrastructure.

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* AdaptedOut: He notes that the original Shinkenger ''Shinkenge''r had the Rangers accompanied by a massive support staff, including stage-hands carrying flags and banners to their battles. These people were not present in Samurai ''Samurai'' (minus a cameo in one of the Halloween specials), but fragments of this remain in the overall infrastructure.



* RageAgainstTheMentor: Oh my, Linkara does ''not'' like Mentor Ji, and went on an angry rant about the fact he is one of the most useless mentors in the series, the fact he seems to have no right to even call himself a mentor (since he's not a Ranger himself, nor is ever explained as having any samurai heritage), acts unnecessarily elitist towards [[SixthRanger Antonio]] when he wanted to join the team (including ''stealing'' Antonio's morpher right in front of him), and typically gives pointless rhetoric as advice (and once even gave the exact ''opposite'' advice later in the same episode).

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* RageAgainstTheMentor: RageAgainstTheMentor / TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: Oh my, Linkara does ''not'' like Mentor Ji, and went on an angry rant about the fact he is one of the most useless mentors in the series, the fact he seems to have no right to even call himself a mentor (since he's not a Ranger himself, nor is ever explained as having any samurai heritage), acts unnecessarily elitist towards [[SixthRanger Antonio]] when he wanted to join the team (including ''stealing'' Antonio's morpher right in front of him), and typically gives pointless rhetoric as advice (and once even gave the exact ''opposite'' advice later in the same episode).



* CutAndPasteTranslation: [[invoked]]This is the first season since ''Mighty Morphin'' to integrate two different Sentai series together. What was done differently was ''Mighty Morphin'' utilized ''Zyuranger'' costumes as the primary outfits for the first three seasons and used the mecha footage of two other series to flesh out the story (which required American made footage with them still in Zyuranger outfits). Megaforce used ''Goseiger'' for the first 20-episode season and then blended ''Goseiger'' and ''Gokaiger'', the big anniversary season where they switch other costumes constantly, for the second season by using ''Goseiger'' suits as the base costume and then upgraded to ''Gokaiger'' just to upgrade to all the other costumes. In addition, the season used StockFootage of the Sentai anniversary paying homage to Sentai shows that were never made into ''Power Rangers'' series (pre-1992). It made for quite a headache in trying to juggle all these costume changes. Linkara suggested it would have been easier to keep the ''Goseiger'' outfits as they already had a "mystical card" system in play with their motif, which would be easy to modify to include new Ranger powers, rather then complicating it all by switching to ''Gokaiger'' just to use a separate device altogether. That, or just destroy the ''Goseiger'' powers altogether and make a clean switch to the ''Gokaiger'' powers, to avoid the need for switching between the costumes at all.

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* CutAndPasteTranslation: [[invoked]]This is the first season since ''Mighty Morphin'' to integrate two different Sentai series together. What was done differently was ''Mighty Morphin'' utilized ''Zyuranger'' costumes as the primary outfits for the first three seasons and used the mecha footage of two other series to flesh out the story (which required American made footage with them still in Zyuranger ''Zyuranger'' outfits). Megaforce used ''Goseiger'' for the first 20-episode season and then blended ''Goseiger'' and ''Gokaiger'', the big anniversary season where they switch other costumes constantly, for the second season by using ''Goseiger'' suits as the base costume and then upgraded to ''Gokaiger'' just to upgrade to all the other costumes. In addition, the season used StockFootage of the Sentai anniversary paying homage to Sentai shows that were never made into ''Power Rangers'' series (pre-1992). It made for quite a headache in trying to juggle all these costume changes. Linkara suggested it would have been easier to keep the ''Goseiger'' outfits as they already had a "mystical card" system in play with their motif, which would be easy to modify to include new Ranger powers, rather then complicating it all by switching to ''Gokaiger'' just to use a separate device altogether. That, or just destroy the ''Goseiger'' powers altogether and make a clean switch to the ''Gokaiger'' powers, to avoid the need for switching between the costumes at all.



** Most of the Legendary Ranger highlight episodes were pretty bad, normally lacking any of the original actors from the actual seasons they were putting in the limelight. Special mentioned goes to the ''Samurai'' episode; apparently the original Sentai also had an episode dedicated to ''Shinkenger'', which not only [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse resolved whatever happened to the last remaining Nighlok, Octoroo]], but also only featured Sentai Rangers that were featured in Power Rangers, yet the producers still threw that out to make their own footage. Linkara is baffled since the Sentai practically gift-wrapped the episode for them. [[note]] This was actually footage from Goseiger vs Shinkenger and the Timeranger tribute episode. [[/note]]

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** Most of the Legendary Ranger highlight episodes were pretty bad, normally lacking any of the original actors from the actual seasons they were putting in the limelight. Special mentioned goes to the ''Samurai'' episode; apparently the original Sentai also had an episode dedicated to ''Shinkenger'', which not only [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse resolved whatever happened to the last remaining Nighlok, Octoroo]], but also only featured Sentai Rangers that were featured in Power Rangers, yet the producers still threw that out to make their own footage. Linkara is baffled since the Sentai practically gift-wrapped the episode for them. [[note]] This was actually footage from Goseiger ''Goseiger vs Shinkenger Shinkenger'' and the Timeranger tribute episode. [[/note]]
21st Jan '17 3:50:35 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: In the beginning of the review, Linkara mentions Amit Bhuamik's "Hexagon" proposal. He ultimately puts it into the AwesomeButImpractical category. While it sounds like the ultimate Power Rangers continuity combination, and sounding like the Justice League, a couple of factors would keep it from actually working [[note]] Hurricenger was a standalone series with no other teams around (minus crossovers), tthe show was just starting to move production to New Zealand, and most of the costumes and props were either sold or destroyed when they thought the show was going to be cancelled. [[//note]]

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: In the beginning of the review, Linkara mentions Amit Bhuamik's "Hexagon" proposal. He ultimately puts it into the AwesomeButImpractical category. While it sounds like the ultimate Power Rangers continuity combination, and sounding like the Justice League, a couple of factors would keep it from actually working [[note]] Hurricenger was a standalone series with no other teams around (minus crossovers), tthe the show was just starting to move production to New Zealand, and most of the costumes and props were either sold or destroyed when they thought the show was going to be cancelled. [[//note]][[/note]]
21st Jan '17 3:47:55 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* ShotForShotRemake: Mentions the depths to which this happened, with the producer even bringing in japanese directors to work on the show to recreate it. In a case of TropesAreNotGood, he mentions that this might have contributed to the lower quality acting due to some direction issues since many of the directors didn't even speak english.
* SwissArmyWeapon: While normally having a sword than turns into a gun is an instant-awesome button in Linkara's book, he was not a fan of the Lunar Wolf Ranger's sword that turns into a gun that turns into a pool cue(?), disliking the overall design for lacking any flash or substance.

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* ShotForShotRemake: Mentions the depths to which this happened, with the producer even bringing in japanese Japanese directors to work on the show to recreate it. In a case of TropesAreNotGood, he mentions that this might have contributed to the lower quality acting due to some direction issues since many of the directors didn't even speak english.
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* SwissArmyWeapon: While normally having a sword than turns into a gun is an instant-awesome button in Linkara's book, he was not a fan of the Lunar Wolf Ranger's sword that turns into a gun that turns into a pool cue(?), cue (?), disliking the overall design for lacking any flash or substance.
21st Jan '17 3:42:25 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: Notes that this does help make Ransik more than a generic villain in that we see a bunch of moments where he does care about Nidara, noting the overall goofy filler when she has a crush on Lucas in which Ransik lets her see him rather than trying to kill him.

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* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: Notes that this does help make Ransik more than a generic villain in that we see a bunch of moments where he does care about Nidara, Nadira, noting the overall goofy filler when she has a crush on Lucas in which Ransik lets her see him rather than trying to kill him.



** The two-parter with the Rangers stuck in movie scenarios also didn't impress him much, including the reference to Vernon Wells' past role in ''MadMax''. He largely glossed it over, feeling it was just filler.

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** The two-parter with the Rangers stuck in movie scenarios also didn't impress him much, including the reference to Vernon Wells' past role in ''MadMax''.''Film/MadMax2TheRoadWarrior''. He largely glossed it over, feeling it was just filler.
21st Jan '17 3:29:44 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* IdiotBall[=/=]VillainBall: Contrasts Divatox's pettiness and incompetence (such as always setting her bombs to go off in an hour and that for the first half of the series, almost all her plans involved bombs) against the Machine Empire and Rita & Zed, who even if they started out that way, learned from their mistakes and became more effective.

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* IdiotBall[=/=]VillainBall: Contrasts Divatox's pettiness and incompetence (such as always setting her bombs to go off in an hour and that for the first half of the series, almost all her plans involved bombs) against the Machine Empire and Rita & Zed, Zedd, who even if they started out that way, learned from their mistakes and became more effective.
21st Jan '17 3:27:06 AM CumbersomeTercel
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** Fight scenes that don't use many special effects (he derided the Kalish era for the infamous "Kalishplosions," and didn't really care for the Dino Thunder/Ninja Storm team-up fight due to it being a "special effects-fest"), and seasons that have good unmorphed fights.

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** Fight scenes that don't use many special effects (he derided the Kalish era for the infamous "Kalishplosions," and didn't really care for the Dino Thunder/Ninja Storm ''Dino Thunder''/''Ninja Storm'' team-up fight due to it being a "special effects-fest"), and seasons that have good unmorphed fights.



* SealedEvilInACan: Linkara points out the series' use of this trope since the franchise's beginning during the Jungle Fury review, stating that the forces of good seemed to not focus on permentally defeating evil, preferring to just lock [[BigBad Big Bads]] away and hope no one releases them.

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* SealedEvilInACan: Linkara points out the series' use of this trope since the franchise's beginning during the Jungle Fury ''Jungle Fury'' review, stating that the forces of good seemed to not focus on permentally defeating evil, preferring to just lock [[BigBad Big Bads]] away and hope no one releases them.



* RealLifeRelative:[[invoked]] Likes that Jason David Frank's real life brother played Tommy's brother on the show as it add realistic chemistry.

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* RealLifeRelative:[[invoked]] Likes that Jason David Frank's Creator/JasonDavidFrank's real life brother played Tommy's brother on the show as it add realistic chemistry.



* ScrewThisImOutOfHere [[invoked]]: Linkara ecplains that this trope is unfortunately why Billy was written off. Due to David Yost being harassed by production due to his sexuality (the 90's weren't kind to LGBQ members), he basically walked off the set one day and never came back.

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* ScrewThisImOutOfHere [[invoked]]: Linkara ecplains explains that this trope is unfortunately why Billy was written off. Due to David Yost being harassed by production due to his sexuality (the 90's weren't kind to LGBQ LGBTQ members), he basically walked off the set one day and never came back.
19th Jan '17 7:55:01 AM Gairyuki
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** He introduces the team-up morphs with, "And, of course, it's time."

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** He introduces the team-up morphs with, "And, of course, [[ByThePowerOfGrayskull it's time.time]]."
16th Jan '17 9:24:36 AM notreallyatroper
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** Never forget the Ancient Ninja Electric Guitar.
4th Jan '17 1:41:27 PM RhetoricalCloud
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** In Space and Lost Galaxy are both Space Opera and both deal with the GreyAndGrayMorality of villiany. In Space focuses on what makes someone evil, while Lost Galaxy talks more about the NobleDemon side and chivalry.

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** In Space and Lost Galaxy are both Space Opera and both deal with the GreyAndGrayMorality of villiany.villainy. In Space focuses on what makes someone evil, while Lost Galaxy talks more about the NobleDemon side and chivalry.



** The RadBug, a flying car that Billy made.



** Those who watch the storyline portions of ''WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall'' know that he most certainly can make more convincing, better outifts, as exemplified by the costume he made for Lord Vyce.

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** Those who watch the storyline portions of ''WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall'' know that he most certainly can make more convincing, better outifts, outfits, as exemplified by the costume he made for Lord Vyce.



* CreatorBacklash[[invoked]]: In the updated review, Linkara admits that one of the things he didn't like in his original review was not properly talking about Tommy's brother arc. He was just tired of TV's portrayal of Native Americans as a whole, and that the story arc continues the trend that Tommy gets the most development over the others. He does admit however when there is something that adds development, he should mention it.

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* CreatorBacklash[[invoked]]: In the updated review, Linkara admits that one of the things he didn't like in his original review was not properly talking about Tommy's brother arc. He was just tired of TV's portrayal of Native Americans as a whole, and that the story arc continues the trend that Tommy gets the most development over the others. He does admit however when there is something that adds development, he should mention properly talk about it.



* ScrewThisImOutOfHere [[invoked]]: Linkara ecplains that this trope is unfortunately why Billy was written off. Due to David Yost being harassed by production due to his sexuality (the 90's weren't kind to LGBQ members), he basically walked off the set one day and never came back.



* WhatCouldHaveBeen[[invoked]]: In the revisited video, he mentions the popular, though unsubstantiated, rumor that the original plan for the Gold Ranger was for the character to be revealed as Ryan Steel from ''Series/VRTroopers''.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen[[invoked]]: In the revisited video, he mentions the popular, though unsubstantiated, rumor that the original plan for the Gold Ranger was for the character to be revealed as Ryan Steel Steele from ''Series/VRTroopers''.



* WhatCouldHaveBeen: In the beginning of the review, Linkara mentions Amit Bhuamik's "Hexagon" proposal. He ultimately puts it into the AwesomeButImpractical category. While it sounds like the ultimate Power Rangers continuity combination, and sounding like the Justice League, a couple of factors would keep it from actually working [[note]] Hurricenger was a standalone series with no other teams around (minus crossovers), tthe show was just starting to move production to New Zealand, and most of the costumes and props were either sold or destroyed when they thought the show was going to be cancelled. [[//note]]



*** On that note, with the exception on Bridge since he never lost his powers at the end of S.P.D., Xander did lose his, but it was never explained in Mystic Force finale that the repower was temporary or permanent. [[note]] {{Subverted}} with Tori and Kira of course as it is believable that the Sentinel Knight restored their powers, and Adam as well, though Linkara still prefers the Forever Red theory that Adam had his fixed in the time after In Space [[//note]]

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*** On that note, with the exception on Bridge since he never lost his powers at the end of S.P.D., Xander did lose his, but it was never explained in Mystic Force finale that the repower was temporary or permanent. [[note]] {{Subverted}} with Tori and Kira of course as it is believable that the Sentinel Knight restored their powers, and Adam Adam's as well, though Linkara still prefers the Forever Red theory that Adam had his fixed in the time after In Space [[//note]]
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