Power Rangers Ninja Steel coming in 2017

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There is quite a bit of Ranger news this week. With the release of the Might Morphin Power Rangers #0 comic today, we’ve learned that Saban Brands and Nickelodeon have revealed the next Power Rangers series following the conclusion of Power Ranger Dino Charge. The next series, Power Rangers Ninja Steel, will be the 24th entry in the Power Ranger series in North America and will be based off of Shuriken Sentai Ninninger.

Power Rangers Ninja Steel is set to air on Nickelodeon in 2017, with Saban Brands extending their contract with Nickelodeon to air the series until at least 2018.

“We’re thrilled to continue our longtime partnership with Nickelodeon to launch future installments of the Power Rangers series on this incredible platform,” said Janet Hsu, Chief Executive Officer of Saban Brands.

Here is some information on Saban’s Power Rangers Ninja Steel: 

Saban’s Power Rangers Ninja Steel starts deep in space, where Zircon is the reigning champion of the most popular intergalactic game show in the universe, and monsters battle to prove who is the mightiest warrior. Zircon is determined to become invincible by controlling the mythical Spirit Crystal, which contains six supernatural Ninja Power Throwing Stars. The only thing standing in his way is a new team of heroic teenage Power Rangers who possess the Spirit Crystal. The evil Zircon sends his warrior contestants down to Earth to steal the Crystal, where each epic battle against the Rangers is broadcast throughout the universe. Together, the Rangers must master their arsenal of Throwing Stars, Zords and Megazords, each made of legendary ninja steel, in order to stop this evil threat and save our planet from destruction.

The second season of Power Ranger Dino Charge will air on January 30, 2016, which is being described as “the continuation of the fan-favorite Dino Charge theme as well as an unprecedented team of 10 Power Rangers.”

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Growing up Chris watched a lot of the original Saturday morning cartoons and developed a love for arts and animation. Growing up he tried his hand at animation and eventually script writing, but even more his love of video games, anime and technology grew.