These ‘Power Rangers’ Villains Probably Won’t Be In The Reboot

08.12.15 2 years ago 4 Comments
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The news that the Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers could be getting a reboot with a new movie was met with both excitement from lifelong fans of the franchise and questions about its relevance in a new day and age. Would fan favorite villains be replaced? What will the tone of the film be? Most importantly, what’s going to happen with those seriously low-budget special effects and corny monsters who got beat up every week?

At the time – and through the eyes of a child – the Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers wasn’t really that bad. You got to learn valuable life lessons about things like bullying and appreciating what you have. But have you looked back at some of those early episodes? Some of those monsters who got cooked up by Rita Repulsa and Lord Zedd – even one or two from Squatt and Baboo – needed some serious work, and my guess is that they probably won’t make it to the reboot (at least in any identifiable form). They did, however, make it onto this list. So, they’ve got that going for them.

Pudgy Pig

Pudgy Pig was meant to teach kids a lesson about the dangers of gluttony. Long story short: If you eat too much at once, you’ll risk deflating like a balloon. Oh, and in case you forgot, he eventually made his way to a farm where he tried to court a real life pig with hopes that they could “make such beautiful bacon together.” Not only is Pudgy too ridiculous to keep modern-day kids’ attention, but he’s pretty hard to look at in the first place. He has feet coming out of his mouth.

Brick Bully

You know, Rita Repulsa’s long distance accuracy with that magical staff of hers is pretty underrated. That giant tower she lived in had to be pretty far away, and she was still able to make her monsters grow almost whenever she pleased. But her aim wasn’t always 100 percent. One time, she missed her target and hit a wall resulting in Brick Bully, a walking, talking piece of brick wall that could turn people into – you guessed it – bricks.

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