We did it! We’ve reached the end of the week! We’ve strode significantly forth through the Power Rangers franchise to bring you major moments in history! This final day’s Significant Ranger is a topic of heated debate, so we figured we’d make it a bit more specific.
Day 7 – Lauren Shiba – 1st Female Red Ranger in a Major Role
After yesterday, our significance heads overseas!
Day 6 – Ninja Storm – 1st Series Filmed in New Zealand
Today in significance, we take a look at an event that is seen as both the best event in Power Rangers history, and the worst. In either case, this event is certainly one of the biggest, if not THE biggest.
Day 5 – Wild Force – 1st Anniversary Special (Forever Red)
HUMP DAY! WOOP WOOP! Today in our week of significance, we look at a man after our own hearts. A shining example of what Saban is capable of in the right situations.
Day 4 – Ryan Mitchell – 1st American-Exclusive Power Ranger
Continuing our venture into significance, our next stop is the land of Power Rangers Turbo! Just before most of the original team had departed, we were introduced to four new Rangers. One of which made history!
Day 3 – T.J. – 1st African American Team Leader
We continue our week-long foray into franchise-changing moments in Power Rangers history today with a very special woman who, in my opinion, did not get as much love as we all wanted her to.
Day 2 – Delphine – 1st Female Team Leader
This is the beginning of a new week-long segment looking into significant moments within the Power Rangers universe. Not all of them, mind you, but some of the biggest events that forever affected the franchise in one way or another. Each moment will be covered in the order of each moment’s series (not by significance). Let’s get started, shall we?
Day 1 – Tommy Oliver – 1st Sixth Ranger