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First Power Rangers Beast Morphers Season 2 Toys Revealed

The very first toys for Hasbro’s upcoming second season of Power Rangers Beast Morphers are here!

For the first time ever, fans can check out the Beast-X King Morpher, the brand new Morpher our heroes will use to tap into the powers of Beast-X Mode, premiering on TV in 2020. Beast-X Mode will give the Rangers an even more powerful armor to take down foes, initially being made available for the team’s core three Rangers of Devon, Ravi, and Zoey.

The Beast-X King Morpher bears a similar design to a lion, a brand new animal which will power one of the Rangers’ upcoming Zords featured on the show in 2020.

Joining the new Morpher are five new 6″ action figures: the Beast-X Red Ranger, Beast-X Blue Ranger, Beast-X Yellow Ranger, Vargoyle, and Cybervillain Robo Blaze.

These 6 inch action figures will come with a signature weapon, and a special key that can be used in conjunction with the Beast-X Morpher toy sold separately.

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Each of the new toys is expected to hit stores shelves in late 2019 to early 2020.

Power Rangers Beast Morphers Season 2 will feature the return of Doctor K from Power Rangers RPM (click here to recap), as well as a dino-themed team-up starring Austin St. John, the original Red Mighty Morphin Power Ranger (click here to recap). Select heroes from Power Rangers Dino Charge including Brennan Mejia, Yoshi Sudarso, and Davi Santos will also return for the dino-themed teamup.

Power Rangers Beast Morphers Season 2 will also introduce new Zords, new Megazord combinations, and new high-tech weapons.

The season will include 22 brand new episodes, including 2 holiday themed specials set to air around Halloween and Christmas.

Each episode will air on Nickelodeon at 8am ET, beginning in early 2020. The season will then last the duration of the year, with an annual summer hiatus set to cover the length of the summer.

Power Rangers Beast Morphers will have 44 episodes in its entirety, and air on Nickelodeon from 2019-2020.

Fans can check out the official Power Rangers Beast Morphers synopsis below.

Set in the future, a secret agency combines a newly discovered substance called “Morph-X” with animal DNA to create the Power Rangers Beast Morphers team. The Rangers must fight off an evil sentient computer virus bent on taking over the source of all Ranger power, the Morphin Grid itself. Featuring never-before-seen leather suits and an all-new beast-themed arsenal (including dynamic new Zords), fans should get ready for a season full of secret ops and morphinominal fun.

Power Rangers Beast Morphers stars Rorrie Travis as Devon the Red Ranger, Jasmeet Baduwalia as Ravi the Blue Ranger, Jackie Scislowski as Zoey the Yellow Ranger, Abraham Rodriguez as Nate, Colby Strong as Blaze, Liana Ramirez as Roxy, Kristina Ho as Betty, and Cosme Flores as Ben.

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23 thoughts on “First Power Rangers Beast Morphers Season 2 Toys Revealed

      1. So let me get this straight.
        In Beast Morpher S2, there will be Doctor K teaming up with the Beast Rangers, and now the Legendary Dino Rangers (Mighty Morphin, Dino Thunder and Dino Charge) will also be teaming up with the Beast Rangers as well? But no more Ranger team up with the Beast Rangers after the Legendary Dino Rangers?

          1. But Willis James, is there REALLY not gonna be another Ranger team up with the Beast Rangers after the Legendary Dino Rangers, like the Mega Megaforce Rangers? (you know, Troy & Emma aka Red & Pink Sky Ranger Love Couple; Jake & Gia aka Black & Yellow Land Ranger Love Couple; and Noah aka Blue Sea Ranger?)

                1. Technically, they are both the Beast Rangers and the Beast Morpher Rangers, like how people say Tommy is the Black Dino Ranger, or the Black Dino Thunder Ranger. You can say both!

  1. I can’t wait to see it next year so Hasbro, you just make sure that you do the right job, make this story right, make those fans Happy and proud and most importantly don’t screw this up, do what’s right and you can’t go wrong take my advice and take it from me delante.

  2. Did anyone notice something interesting with the packaging? The term “Saban’s” is no longer present in the packaging. Seems like Hasbro has even more ownership in 2020 than in 2019. I do hope the phrase “Hasbro’s Power Rangers” isn’t going to be a thing because even that doesn’t roll off the tongue so well.

  3. Let us count the Dino-themes:
    1990’s Mighty Morphin S1 back in 1993-1994.
    2000’s Dino Thunder back in 2004.
    2010’s Dino Charge S1 back in 2015 and S2 back in 2016.
    And finally, 2020’s RyuSoulger adaptation aka Dino Knight (Possible sequel to Dino Charge) in maybe 2022.

    Let us also count the Ninja-themes:
    1990’s Mighty Morphin S3 back in 1995-1996.
    2000’s Ninja Storm back in 2003.
    2010’s Ninja Steel S1 back in 2017 and S2 back in 2018.
    And really finally somehow, 2020’s Untitled sentai season adaptation aka Ninja Speed (Ninja/Car or Motorbike Racing Hybrid-theme; possible sequel to Ninja Steel) sometimes in mid-2020’s.

    Anyway, that’s all the ideas I could give you.

  4. John, there is no such thing as “They are both Beast Rangers and Beast Morphers Rangers” because the way it sounds “MorpherSSS RangersSS” doesn’t sound right. It should only sound like this “Beast MorpheR Rangers”. To be honest, it’s just one whole 21st team. Understood?

    1. You can call them either the Beast Rangers or the Beast Morpher Rangers. It really doesn’t matter. Just stop nit picking and move on

  5. Hello family-friendly superhero fans, this is Mr. Disco Man.
    I’ve got something to say about the Kyuranger adaptation. If Hasbro chooses the kyuranger adaptation into PR Starforce or Cosmic Prime or something like that, then I would like to see Hasbro making PR Starforce or Cosmic Prime the respectful inspiration to the Guardians of the Galaxy style.

    What do you think? Does that sound cool or what?

    Please feel free to leave a comment.

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