Three rebellious students are the last ones remaining at their ninja academy after evil aliens attack the Earth. With mankind at the brink of destruction, the fate of the world lies in the ... See full summary »
Three rebellious students are the last ones remaining at their ninja academy after evil aliens attack the Earth. With mankind at the brink of destruction, the fate of the world lies in the hands of these unlikely heroes. Their ninja master teaches them to harness ancient mystical energies that transform them into Power Rangers. Written by
An incredible series was launched early this year, Power Rangers Ninja Storm, a fresh and bold new taste to the 11 year old Power Rangers multi-billion dollar franchise. This show is one of the best Ranger shows yet, I`ve been a fan of the Ranger series as a whole since 93 and this series doesn't change my opinion...it strengthens it. Power Rangers has had two styles of story telling, the fun and action style and the exciting adventure style. While series like MMPR and Power Rangers Turbo were of the fun and action, much of the fandom has said they prefer the exciting adventure style of Power Rangers In Space, Lost Galaxy and Time Force.
Ninja Storm is a mix of all the above, chunking out great action and story telling all at once, with the fun of the original MMPR and the excitement of the newer incarnations.
It`s not without it`s faults though, PRNS early on suffered from puns and quips that a lot of people did not care for. But the one thing PRNS has is that any thing bad out weighs the good in this series, theres acting of the likes other Saturday morning shows could only WISH they could have. These actors are by far some of the most gifted actors to dawn the ranger mantle. Glenn McMillian is a ten year acting vet and he`s not even 20 yet, goodness. The villains in this series are funny and devious. Some of the cast in this Ranger series are alumni of Xena Warrior Princess[ Katrina Browne and Grant McFarland]
All in all I`d give PRNS an eight out of ten so far.
Every episode is entertaining, and in the end that is what really matters.
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