I THINK he was kidding. At least, I hope he was
How about a Bruce Wayne type? You know, incredible athlete, unmatched martial artist, world's greatest detective, Billionaire, poses as playboy but is really the dark vengeneful, arrogant, calculated, cold, brooding, yet strong emotional links to family, purpose is to punish evil for what was done to him type? They could even use the Bat animal spirit from Jungle Fury again if they wanted, but passed onto this Bruce-like person.
I still like the Tony Stark personality too.
A Peter Parker personality would be cool - genius teen, appears geeky but is secretly one of the most powerful heroes, witty and sarcastic, orphaned teen who lives with a relative, problems galore?
Or Bruce Banner type? Loner who is a super-genius, moody, has to watch his anger, tormented soul for the power that lurks within, alter-ego always boasting about how he's the strongest one there is?
How about a Borg type? Or a Klingon type of Ranger? Those could be interesting (not saying actually use a Borg and a Klingon, but use the most well known personalities of each)
How about a Darth Vader type? Torn between being good and bad, led by his emotions, powerful being who no one messes with?
Just saying some more types...
I would like a ranger to be known for being a student of a former ranger. However he resents it to a certain degree. Believing he's stuck as "the man whom quiet being a student of a famous former ranger" His former master would appear in a two part episode, taking his former student's morpher away. Revealing the reason he quiet being train cause his master lost his powers and he thought his master was now almost useless. He would learn about things his former master had done and learn before meeting him again that you don't need powers to be a hero. His former mentor would take his morpher away not knowing he learned his lessen. After proving he has changed would receive his morpher back along with his mentor's key.
Super, to go off your idea. I would love to see a season where a new line of rangers step up to take the powers of the original Mighty Morphin Rangers. They would be dealing with trying to live up to the legend the original heroes have created.
These ideas are really great! I especially like the idea of a ranger who attempts to refuse the call.
I would like to see the ultimate Power Ranger geek on the show, I mean it's been on the air for 20 years, they should have a total otaku on there who eventually learns that they too can be a hero.
The only man on Earth who can play an American Gai Ikari is Ryan Tober. I settle for nothing else.
Spirit of all Red Rangers
^ It's a shame it's not 2006, or Nic Sampson would have been a good choice as well. Sadly, that's not the case anymore.
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