Power Rangers Wild Force (2002–2003)
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Forever Red 

Some of King Mondo's generals survived. They're preparing to attack Earth again. Andros (Power Rangers in Space) finds out about the impending attack, and contact Tommy. Tommy gathers 9 Red Rangers and The quantum ranger from the past decade stop them.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lt. Taylor Earhardt / Yellow Eagle Wild Force Ranger (as Alyson Kiperman)
Max Cooper / Blue Shark Wild Force Ranger (Surging Shark)
Alyssa Enrile / White Tiger Wild Force Ranger (Noble Tiger)
Danny Delgado / Black Bison Wild Force Ranger (Iron Bison)
Philip Andrew ...
Merrick Baliton / Lunar Wolf Ranger (credit only)
Ann Marie Crouch ...
Princess Shayla (credit only)
Master Org (credit only)
Sin Wong ...
Toxica (credit only)
Tommy Oliver / Red Zeo Ranger (as Jason Frank)
Christopher Khayman Lee ...


General Venjix, a servant of Power Rangers Zeo foe King Mondo, seeks to carry on his fallen King's legacy. Andros, the Red Space Power Ranger, discovers Venjix and remnants of Mondo's empire are preparing to invade Earth and retreats to Earth to alert the veteran Power Ranger, Tommy Oliver, of what's about to unfold. Tommy then recruits all of the former Red Rangers as well as the Red Wild Force Ranger, Cole Evans, to make a daring trip to the Machine Empire's hideout on the Moon and stop them.

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5 October 2002 (USA)  »

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In an online interview with the Power Rangers Network web site, writer Amit Bhaumik said his original concept for "Forever Red" involved a cult of robed alien priests that were trying to resurrect Dark Specter on a volcanic planet. However, Bhaumik was told by the producers that the crew had these "original robot suits" they needed to use, so he re-wrote the script to include the surviving generals of the Machine Empire instead. See more »


Serpentera appears gray, not green, in many shots. Which is wrong either ways because in projection scene about Serpentera on the megaship, Serpentera is black. See more »


Jason: You must be the new guy.
[Cole sloppily wipes his hand off on his pants and extends it to Jason]
Cole: Hi! I'm Cole!
Jason: Good...
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Red Legacy
8 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

This is the kind of episode I never thought would ever happen in almost a million years, but I'm glad that someone had the guts to finally do it. It's kinda a fan dream come true, having every red ranger from every power ranger show teaming up to save the world, that's fraking awesome. This episode is sort of more a tribute episode as it not just a celebration of the versions of the Red Ranger throughout the years but it was kinda the anniversary of the franchise itself as it's been on for more than 10 years.

Yeah, it would of been cool if it was more of a two or three parter and we got to see each of the Red Rangers play off each other more. But then again with the amount of characters they had, that's too many stories and arcs to balance out so it's sometimes best to be one and done with things, and this episode I feel gets the job done well.

The plot line really isn't that important by it's nature it's really just a clothesline just to see all the different versions of the Red Ranger in action. Though on a side note it's kinda funny that the last Machine empire generals are recycling the armor from the "Bettle Borgs" franchise so you can say this is another fan dream come true the "Power Rangers" vs. the "Bettle Borgs"; OK not really but it's a close as we'll ever get.

It was just plan awesome, it's practically action action and that's most of the time how I like it. We're just seeing each of these Red Rangers in action taking care of business in their own way. Working individually as well as together. Using each of their specialized weapons, fighting styles, and even power moves, it's just a epic spectacle to behold.

This episodes just shows why the Red Rangers are always the strongest and is a legacy to live on forever for years to come.

Rating: 4 stars

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