A new Power Rangers Report confirms that one Fury Ranger will be joining forces with Lord Zedd for the show’s 30th anniversary.
These spoilers are for Power Rangers Cosmic Fury. The series is set to premiere on Netflix in late-2023.
According to a recent report, Power Rangers Cosmic Fury will witness the Blue Cosmic Fury Ranger, Ollie Kana, join forces with Lord Zedd.
The Illuminerdi obtained the report. They claim to have received it through official channels. It confirms the teaming of Ollie (Kai Moya), with Zedd, in Cosmicfury. This is also the 30th Power Rangers season. It doesn’t say what motivated Ollie’s betrayal of his fellow Cosmic Fury Rangers, but it does reveal that the main villain will be Cosmic Fury during its 10-episode run.
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Power Rangers return for cosmic fury
The good news is that the team won’t be faced with the combined threat of Ollie/Zedd in Power Rangers Cosmic Fury. Reformed baddie Heckyl will also be playing the role according to online rumors. Heckyl will appear as the Dino Charge Dark Ranger. He adopted this role in Boom! Studios’ Mighty Morphin Power Rangers comic-book series. However, Heckyl is not confirmed to be involved in Power Rangers Cosmic Fury. Therefore, it is unclear how or even if he will contribute to the overall story.
Fans will have until 2023 to find out as Power Rangers Cosmic Fury isn’t due to arrive until then. There will be plenty of entertainment for them while they wait as the Power Rangers Special debuts on Netflix in April 2023. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers – Once & Always reunites many franchise veterans including David Yost and Walter Emanuel Jones (original Blue and Black Rangers), and second Yellow, Black, Pink, Red Rangers Karan, Johnny Yong Bosch. Also, Catherine Sutherland, Steve Cardenas, and Steve Cardenas.
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Not everyone Power Rangers alumni returned for the anniversary special so enthusiastically. Amy Jo Johnson was the exception. Johnson declined to take on the role of Kimberly Hart/The Pink Ranger from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers – a decision she addressed recently via Twitter. “For the record, I never said yes… I said no to the offer, but that’s all. However, there are more fun things! It’s exciting to watch my friends have a good time! Johnson tweeted. Johnson tweeted.