Please team-up the Mighty Morphin, Dino Thunder and Dino Charge teams on "Power Rangers"

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Saban Brands and Nickelodeon had adapted the Japanese series "Super Sentai Kyoryuger" for the American TV series "Power Rangers", as "Power Rangers Dino Charge" in 2015 and "Power Rangers Dino Super Charge" in 2016.  The Super Sentai series had a movie, "Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger vs. Go-Busters: Dinosaur Great Battle! Farewell, Eternal Friends", which teamed up the current series' heroes with the cast members from the "Zyuranger" series (which was adapted as the first American "Power Rangers" TV series to air, "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers", that aired from 1993 to 1995), and "Abiranger" series (which was adapted as the 2004 "Power Rangers" season, "Power Rangers: Dino Thunder").  However, unlike their Japanese counterpart, the American TV series neglected to team-up the Dino Charge Rangers with the cast members from "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" and "Power Rangers: Dino Thunder".  Curiously, there was an Instagram post once posted, and quickly deleted, from the official "Power Rangers" account teasing that the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers cast would return for "Dino Charge", but the team-up never happened.  "Dino Charge"/"Dino Super Charge" actor Brennan Mejia, who played Tyler Navarro, the Dino Charge Red Ranger, recently said in an interview with That Hashtag Show that he'd love to see the RPG web series "Power Rangers: Hyper Force" do what the two "Dino Charge" seasons didn't -- team-up the Mighty Morphin, Dino Thunder and Dino Charge cast members.

Whether it is adapted as a two-part team-up on the 2019 or 2020 season of "Power Rangers" or, more likely, possibly adapted in some way on "Power Rangers: Hyper Force", fans would love to see any or all of the cast members from "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" (Walter Jones as Zack Taylor the original Black Ranger, Amy Jo Johnson as Kimberly Hart the original Pink Ranger, David Yost as Billy Cranston the original Blue Ranger, Karan Ashley as Aisha Campbell the second Yellow Ranger and Austin St. John as Jason Lee Scott the original Red Ranger), "Power Rangers Dino Thunder" (James Napier Robertson as Conner McKnight the Red Ranger, Emma Lahana as Kira Ford the Yellow Ranger and Kevin Duhaney as Ethan James the Blue Ranger), and "Power Rangers: Dino Charge"/"Dino Super Charge" (Brennan Mejia, Camille Hyde as Shelby Watkins the Pink Ranger, James Davies as Chase Randall the Black Ranger, Yoshi Sudarso as Koda the Blue Ranger, Michael Taber as Riley Griffin the Green Ranger, Davi Santos as Sir Ivan the Gold Ranger, Claire Blackwelder as Kendall Morgan the Purple Ranger, Rueben Turner as James Navarro the Aqua Ranger, Jared Blakiston as Prince Philip III the Graphite Ranger and Alistair Browning the voice of Zenowing the Silver Ranger) somehow gathered together to team up the three Ranger teams for the team-up that never was.  As a bonus, Kerrigan Mahan could return as the voice of Goldar, since an evil clone of his Super Sentai counterpart Grifforzer appeared in the Super Sentai film as Neo-Grifforzer.

If teaming up the cast members from all three teams would prove too costly and if any cast members invited back wouldn't want to return to "Power Rangers", then fans hope that, at minimum, the three Red Rangers from the three TV series (Austin St. John as Jason or Steve Cardenas as Rocky DeSantos the second Red Ranger from "Mighty Morphin, James Napier Robertson as from "Dino Thunder" and Brenna Mejia as Tyler from "Dino Charge") could appear together on either "Power Rangers" or the "Hyper Force" R.P.G. web-series.  While it is unlikely the "Power Rangers" TV series would ever team up the three Red Rangers and/or the three teams and it's unknown if Hyper Force would even attempt such a team-up, it would be a "Power Rangers" fan's dream come true to see some form of team-up between the three teams created and to have previous Ranger actors finally go back to action.



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