Oh don't act so surprised. You knew this was coming.
10. The first season of Mighty Morphin: As much as I love this season, it's low on my list because I kind of find it to be overrated.
9. Power Rangers Wild Force: Even though Princess Shayla was nothing but a load, and Animus was a preachy environmental douchebag, it had a lot of awesome moments, like the Zen-aku arc, that battle Cole had with Master org, Reinforcements from the future, and Forever Red.
8. Lost Galaxy: A perfect squeal to In Space. Plus this is the first season where one of the Rangers actually DIES
7. Power Rangers Zeo: A perfect follow up to MMPR!
6. (tie) Power Rangers Mystic Force and Jungle Fury: I personally think both of these seasons are underrated.
Yeah I know both of these seasons have their problems.
Like in Mystic Force the Red ranger(Nick) was an overemotional douchebag, and the Ten Terrors(Except for Itassis) were pretty boring.
And in Jungle Fury they had those stupid sunglasses as morphers, the overlords were equally boring, and the season finale was anti climatic.
But they also had there were good things to like about it.
Mystic Force had Korragg, Imperious, Daggeron, a funny comic relief(Phineas), Vida, the Stranger Within two parter, and the Dark Wish THREE parter.
Jungle had an awesome mentor/ranger(R.J), a kick ass theme song, Jarrod, and The Ghost Of A Chance two parter.
5. Lightspeed Rescue: A badass red ranger, awesome zords, first ever american made ranger, and awesome weapons. Any questions?
4. (another tie) Time Force & SPD: Both had similar concepts, strong characters, epic story lines, and cool villains.
3. Power Rangers Dino Thunder: My first Power Rangers Season. It's a great homage to mighty moprhin. With Tommy back with new rangers(who I think are WAY more realistic than the MMPR teens and the Megaforce teens), an awesome villain, and awesome storylines.
2. Power Rangers RPM: Arguably the darkest series in Power Rangers history! Hell, I'll even go as to say it's better than the Sentai series it was based off of, Go-onger. With it's post apocalyptic setting, interesting plot, and memorable characters. Don't get me wrong, I love Go-Onger, but does not close to the awesomeness of RPM.
1. Power Rangers In Space: The epic end of the Zordon era, if Power Rangers had ended at this point, it would've gone out on a high note.
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