Power Rangers: I’m Dreaming of a White Ranger (Review)

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Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review a Power Ranger Christmas episode: I’m Dreaming of a White Ranger. This is the 16th episode in the 3rd season of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers as well as the 2nd Power Rangers Christmas special.

 

The episode plot is described as follows: ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas, and at the North Pole; Brainwashing children was Lord Zedd’s goal.

His inventions were stirring, all the plans have been made; So Rito and Goldar and the Tengas just played.

While Santa and his helpers are held at their shop, There’s a good chance that Christmas will just go kerplop.

Now the Rangers have been summoned to put a stop to this deed, But have they the power they’ll eventually need?

 

In short, the Power Rangers have to save Christmas without their powers due to a combination of the North Pole’s unique polarity and a cross-current of holiday magic.

 

In conclusion, I found this episode to showcase the Christmas spirit both magically and heroically.

Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes (Review)

Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review the TV series Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. This series consists of 52 episodes total (2 seasons/ 26 episodes each).

The main protagonists are Iron Man, Ant-Man/Giant-Man/Yellowjacket, Hulk, Thor and Wasp. The main season 1 protagonists are Captain America, Black Panther and Hawkeye. The main season 2 protagonists are Ms. Marvel and Vision.

 

The main antagonists are Kang the Conqueror, Dr. Doom, Ultron, Ronan the Accuser, Super-Skrull and Galactus.

 

Iron Man’s main antagonists are MODOK and Crimson Dynamo.

 

Hulk’s main antagonists are Absorbing Man, Abomination, the Leader and Red Hulk.

 

Thor’s main antagonists are Loki, Enchantress, Malekith the Accursed, Surtur and Destroyer.

 

Captain America’s main antagonists are Red Skull, Baron Zemo and Winter Soldier.

 

Black Panther’s main antagonists are Ulysses Klaw and Man-Ape.

 

In conclusion, I personally found this series to be a perfect origin point to the Avengers franchise. Thus, I end this article with a famous Avengers quote: Avengers, Assemble!