More power than before, go Zeo! Hasbro’s Lightning Collection is about to have some new additions to the top-selling line with some fan-favorites and peculiar choices.
Friday afternoon, Hasbro gave Pulse members a first look at the wildly anticipated, and speculated, Wave 6 of the Power Rangers Lightning Collection. After prototypes leaked earlier in the week, they were confirmed during the Fanfirst Friday presentation.
Revealed were four new figures from various versions of the hit TV show–which has 27 seasons now under its belt. Take a look at a few images of these new toys below.
There is a wingless version of Goldar with a more gilded weapon and a different power action display. This goes more in tune with the earlier versions of the character.
A regular version of Zack, the Black Ranger from Mighty Morphin, sans-dragon shield. This finishes up the Mighty Morphin line up finally. He comes with his Power Axe and a different colored blast effect than the previous shielded version. Also, his head sculpt more reflects his look during Season 2, with his signature dreadlocks.
Zeo Ranger Five! Red! Yes, yes, another Tommy figure (and won’t be the last as we haven’t gotten to his Dino Thunder get-up yet). He comes his Zeo Ranger V Power Sword, which is weird considering that Zeo Blue didn’t come with Power Tonfas. Interesting to note also, the white outline around the star visor where Zeo Blue had the proper metallic silver around his trivisor. Of course, that could change along the way.
And finally, there’s Ashley Hammond, the Yellow Space Ranger (who was also the second Yellow Turbo Ranger). She comes with her Star Slinger and Astro Blaster, both with blast effects. She was also in the short-lived Legacy line from Bandai.
There are rumors of a Mighty Morphin Green Ranger to be an exclusive but nothing confirmed as of yet. The helmet will be different and without the silver line down the middle as more in line with the original look from the first season.
You can pre-order the wave now at HasbroPulse, with the wave hitting retails around the September 1.
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