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Petition to Hasbro

Please make classic Sandman & classic Electro "Marvel Legends: Spider-Man" action figures

Over the years, Hasbro has made several heroes and villains of the various Marvel Comics characters with their popular "Marvel Legends" toyline. Hasbro has released a few waves of "Marvel Legends: Spider-Man" action figures, based on Marvel's flagship comic book hero.  In recent years, Hasbro has made figures of such popular Spider-Man villains in their classic uniforms, such as Doc Ock and Mysterio in 2018, Kraven the Hunter was re-released with a new head sculpt as part of a Target exclusive two pack with Spider-Man in his black costume in 2019, and a new classic Vulture figure will be released in the spring of 2020. However, two of Spider-Man's classic enemies and the remaining members of the classic comic book team, the Sinister Six, have yet to be made in their classic costumes as sold-separately action figures: the Sandman and Electro.  While the Sandman was made as a Build-A-Figure during a previous wave of "Marvel Legends: Spider-Man" figures, many collectors were unable to buy all the figures to create the figure to add it to their collection due to some figures being harder to find than others and other reasons. Electro was made into a figure in the Space Venom Build-A-Figure series, but it included the character in his modern costume and the figure only had a pair of hands that fired electrical blasts instead of including an alternate pair of "normal" gloved hands without the blast effects. With Hasbro possibly losing the license to make Marvel figures in late 2020, we, the fans, hope to see Hasbro make all-new figures of the classic versions of the Sandman and Electro as soon as possible so fans can add them to their collection.

Stuart Green
31 supporters
Update posted 2 weeks ago

Petition to Hasbro, Nickelodeon

Please include more "Power Rangers" actors and actresses for the "Beast Morphers" team-up

In April 2019, reports started to come in that Hasbro will adapt footage from "Kyoryuger vs. Go-Busters" for the second season of "Power Rangers: Beast Morphers".  In May 2019, while it has yet to be confirmed by Hasbro and the cast members, it has been reported from various websites such as That Hashtag Show and Power Rangers Now that some past actors would be returning for the team-up, including Austin St. John as Jason Lee Scott/the original Red Ranger from "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers", and Brennan Mejia as Tyler Navarro/the Red Ranger, Yoshi Sudarso as Koda the Blue Ranger and Davi Santos as Sir Ivan the Gold Ranger from "Power Rangers: Dino Charge" and "Dino Super Charge".  It is rumored that James Davies may also return as Chase Randall/the Black Ranger from "Dino Charge".  The reunion episode reportedly filmed during the week of April 26th or the week of May 4th and 5th, 2019.  However, it is unlikely that any of the female cast members from any of the three previous "Power Rangers" series will be returning as guest stars and a lot of the cast members from "Mighty Morphin" and "Dino Thunder" were away with other projects and convention appearances to make it for filming. Since the "Power Rangers: Beast Morphers" team-up won't air until some time in 2020, we, the fans, hope that Hasbro are aware that fans would love to see more past Rangers invited back from the "Mighty Morphin", "Dino Thunder" and "Dino Charge"/"Dino Super Charge" series (such as Walter Jones as Zack Taylor or Johnny Yong Bosch as Adam Park for the Mighty Morphin Black Ranger role and David Yost as Billy Cranston/the Mighty Morphin Blue Ranger) and, most importantly, that previous actresses from the three "Power Rangers" series (such as Amy Jo Johnson as Kimberly Hart or Catherine Sutherland as Kat Hillard for the Mighty Morphin Pink Ranger role, Karan Ashley as Aisha Campbell/the second Mighty Morphin Yellow Ranger, Emma Lahana as Kira Ford/the Yellow Dino Thunder Ranger, Camille Hyde as Shelby Watkins/the Pink Dino Charge Ranger, and/or Claire Blackwelder as Kendall Morgan/the Purple Dino Charge Ranger) will be involved. We hope that Hasbro will consider either doing re-shoots to include other previous actors either for separate scenes or to film new scenes with the returning former Rangers, or to at least have the actors return by providing new ADR dialogue for their characters while morphed as Power Rangers and bring back more female cast members as returning guest stars to "Power Rangers".  While we realize this may not be possible due to scheduling reasons and it is up to the other cast members on whether they'd like to return to the "Power Rangers: Beast Morphers" team-up, but we are hopeful that more actors from the three previous series could return and, especially, that at least one female cast member or two could reprise their role and return to "Power Rangers".

Stuart Green
514 supporters
Update posted 2 weeks ago

Petition to Hasbro

Hasbro: Please bring back Power Rangers TV series actors for the new movie

Hasbro has announced that they are going to make an all-new Power Rangers movie with Paramount Pictures, but it will be a reboot instead of a direct sequel to the 2017 "Power Rangers" film at Lionsgate.  Instead of seeing yet another reboot, we, the fans, would like to see Hasbro make a motion picture that stays with the continuity of the TV show and to bring back actors from various seasons of the series to return.  Since "Power Rangers" is a non-union TV show and actors who have wanted to return to the show in the past couldn't due to being union actors, we, the fans, would like to see Rangers from seasons like "Mighty Morphin", "Zeo", "In Space", "Lost Galaxy", "Time Force", "Ninja Storm", "Dino Thunder", "Mystic Force", "RPM" and many more to return as guest stars.  There are a lot of "Power Rangers" fans who would love to see a complete "Mighty Morphin" cast reunion (Walter Emanuel Jones, Amy Jo Johnson, David Yost, Austin St. John, Jason David Frank and Karan Ashley, respectively), but we, the fans, also hope to see cast members from fan-favorite series like "Zeo", "In Space", "Time Force", "Dino Thunder" and "R.P.M." included as well.  With so much attention usually focused on Jason David Frank's character Tommy Oliver in most "Power Rangers" team-up episodes and comic book events, it would be a nice change to bring more attention and character development to other popular past Ranger actors and being able to do that in a new "Power Rangers" movie would be a perfect opportunity.

Stuart Green
123 supporters