About Power Rangers Samurai

Kids have been pretending to be their favourite Power Ranger since the series first began, and with newer incarnations of the show, such as “Power Rangers: Samurai,” a whole new fan base was born. The Samurai series started in 2011, and a slew of toys accompanied its release to better help kids portray the Blue, Green, Red, Gold, or Pink ranger and defeat the evil Nighloks. Some of the toys that little Rangers-in-training flock to include dress up sets that have masks and Power Ranger gloves, toy Samuraizers, action figures that depict the Rangers themselves as well as some of the Rangers’ enemies, block sets made by the Mega Blocks company, watches, games, flashlights, puzzles, and pocket racing cars in the Ranger colours. Kids can use blocks to put together their own Mega Zord, and can dress up in a full fancy dress Power Rangers costume complete with battle armour. Since two of the Rangers are girls, the toys are played with by both genders, and fans of the show may collect Power Rangers Samurai Squinkies, and reenact Power Rangers adventures while playing games on their game consoles. The characters of “Power Rangers: Samurai” also appear on bicycles, skateboards, scooters, bedding, birthday party supplies, and pretend swords for imaginative play. Kids love shouting the show’s catchphrase, “It’s morphing time.” There are even stuffed, soft Power Rangers toys for fans that like collecting plush toys, and many sizes and types of action figures that can be traded, collected, and displayed by true fans of the Samurai gang.