Power Rangers: Heroes of the Grid – Base Game Character Guide

Welcome to Soundout’s Heroes of the Grid Showcase companion article series! These articles will work in addition to the videos being released to provide more details on characters, both Rangers and Villains within the game. They will be broken down by each box/ expansion released for the game, and will be updated as such. This article will cover the base game itself which is Mighty Morphin themed, and will be accompanied by the in-depth videos that go over the individual parts.   Heroes of the Grid Showcase Episode 1A: Base…

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Review: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Issue 42

Comic Credits Writer: Ryan Parrot Illustrator: Daniele Di Nicuolo Colors: Walter Baiamonte Color Assistance: Katia Ranalli Letters: Ed Dukeshire Cover: Jamal Campbell Editor: Dafna Pleban   Warning: This review will contain spoilers for Mighty Morphin Power Rangers issue 42.   Kicking off the issue is Dayne narrating over the current battle the Mighty Moprhin Power Rangers face. Now, I enjoyed reading his analysis of the Rangers, as they fought; it gave characters like Rocky, Adam, and Aiesha a bit more depth to them. Whereas, his analysis the remaining originals: Billy,…

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Review: Headless Issue 1

Comic Credits Writer: Alexander Banchitta Illustrator: Robert Ahmad Letterer: Fred C Stresing Headless Logo: Gabe Pinto Scout Production: Kurt Knippel   Introduction: Headless is a comic series that is currently published by Scout Comics, it is a new book from our associate, Alexander Banchitta, whose books we reviewed in the past. Now, heading into this issue, I knew nothing about what Headless would bring to the table. However, by the title I assumed the book could be about a murder mystery. Whereas, Wheelz hypothesized, correctly, that this would be a horror-action…

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Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu Ep 90 – LIT VS LuPat: A Super Sentai Series Review

Welcome to an all-new episode of Hero Club’s first original podcast, “Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu!” Today’s episode is our review for the previous Super Sentai series, Kaito Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger. The series is unique as it features two Sentai teams facing off with one another, using the motif of cops vs robbers. In addition, to the teams fighting one another they have to combat the inter-dimensional mafia known as Ganglers, who possess the highly sought after Lupin Collection. Nevertheless, this series review features Wheelchair21, Soundout12, and Visibleninja…

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Review: Super Mini-Pla Chōjin Sentai Jetman Jet Garuda

Today’s review will have Super Sentai fans taking to the sky again as I, Wheelchair21, look at Super Mini-Pla Jet Garuda from Chōjin Sentai Jetman! For those unaware, Jetman is the 15 entry in the Super Sentai series preceding Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger which was adapted in Power Rangers. Chōjin Sentai Jetman is loosely inspired and a tribute to Gatchaman with the team’s theme based on birds and jets. Now, this Super Mini-Pla release easily replicates the team’s secondary mecha, that they received from the Back Dimension Dimensian Soldiers. Jet Garuda…

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Review: Go Go Power Rangers Issue 22

Comic Credits Writer: Ryan Parrot & Sina Grace Illustrator: Francesco Mortarino Colors: Raul Angulo Letters: Ed Dukeshire Cover: Ivan Shavrin Editor: Dafna Pleban   Warning: This review contains spoilers for Go Go Power Rangers Issue 22 and Mighty Morphin Power Rangers 41. Fans please read both issues before reading this review.   Lights, camera, we are morphing back to action with Go Go Power Rangers issue 22, as we start off in the past. The scene is featuring the team debating whether or not Tommy should join them as a…

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Review: Mini-Pla Kishiryu Gattai Series 02 Kishiryu-Oh Five Knights & DimeVolcano

Today’s review is probably the longest video review that I, Wheelchair21, has ever produced! Now, this review centered on the Mini-Pla based on the current Super Sentai series, Kishiryu Sentai Ryusoulger. For those unaware, the method in which the Ryusoulgers’ mecha, the Kishiryu, combine and how the set is sold leads to a variety of forms. In total the assortment consists of eight parts, but when assembled they make the first six Kishiryu seen. The individual mecha either link together to form combinations, or switch out with another for a…

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Review: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Issue 41

Comic Credits Writer: Ryan Parrot Illustrator: Daniele Di Nicuolo Colors: Walter Baiamonte Color Assistance: Katia Ranalli Letters: Ed Dukeshire Cover: Jamal Campbell Editor: Dafna Pleban   Warning: This review contains spoilers for MMPR Issue 41 and Go Go Power Rangers Issue 21. Fans please read both issues before reading this review.   Kicking off this issue is Lord Zedd’s new muscle for hire, Dayne the Sirian, reviewing Zedd’s previous encounters with the Power Rangers. The scene easily reminds me of how professional football and basketball teams often study the tapes…

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Review: Super Mini-Pla Chōjin Sentai Jetman Jet Icarus

Today’s review will have Super Sentai fans taking to the sky as I, Wheelchair21, look at Super Mini-Pla Jet Icarus from Chōjin Sentai Jetman! For those unaware, Jetman is the 15 entry in the Super Sentai series preceding Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger which was adapted in Power Rangers. Chōjin Sentai Jetman is loosely inspired and a tribute to Gatchaman with the team’s theme based on birds and jets. Now, this Super Mini-Pla release easily replicates the team’s mecha, the Jet Machines, as well as both combinations, the Icarus Haken and Jet…

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Review: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Issue 40

Comic Credits Writer: Ryan Parrot Illustrator: Daniele Di Nicuolo Colors: Walter Baiamonte Letters: Ed Dukeshire Cover: Jamal Campbell Editor: Dafna Pleban   Warning: This review will contain spoilers.   Long time no review Rangers, but I am back in action with Mighty Morphin Power Rangers issue 40! The start of this arc is titled “Necessary Evil,” and I have to say that I am interested in seeing where it will go. To start off, our story takes place after Shattered Grid and it feels good to see the ramifications of…

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