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Your Guide To: Super Ninja Steel Episode 1

Episode 1 of Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel premieres this Saturday (1/26/18)! Titled ‘Echoes Of Evil’, fans can find clips, stills, and other info related to the brand new episode below.

And be sure to watch ‘Echoes Of Evil’, airing this Saturday at 12pm ET on Nickelodeon!


Madame Odius returns to Earth to track down the Ninja Nexus Prism.

Theme Song


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6 thoughts on “Your Guide To: Super Ninja Steel Episode 1

  1. “Episode 1 of Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel premieres this Saturday (1/26/18)!” Its the 27th, not the 26th

  2. I thought this episode was a great start for the 25th anniversary of power rangers! Hope others understand yes the show does has flaws but it doesn’t need to be perfect and no power ranger series has ever been perfect. Everyone has the right to voice their opinion but if your not a fan of ninja steel then just don’t watch it and instead watch something you do like because the haters can’t change the minds of people like me who will always love power rangers no matter what.

    1. You are totally within your right to enjoy this series, since there are some things in there that are enjoyable (Mick, Cosmo Royale etc). However, there are 2 big issues with this season, that are just letting it down for me.

      1) This is the 25th anniversary season of Power Rangers. I get that the comics, and now Hyperforce are doing really interesting and challenging things, but the TV show is the main thing that people think about when they hear the words “Power Rangers”, and the fact that it is more or less, to me, doing the bare minimum, really disappoints me. I will keep watching it, in the hope that it will get better, because kids deserve better, and have gotten better, from this show, and previous iterations of this show, in the past.

      2) Judd Lynn. I don’t know how involved he is with the writing process, but according to each episode, he is one of three writers. This man has given us great seasons in the past, and even when they aren’t monumentally great, they are still enjoyable. This is the man who wrote “Countdown to Destruction, and the majority of Time Force. Even Dino Super Charge, with all it’s finale problems, wasn’t that bad. It just feels like his heart isn’t invested in it anymore. This won’t happen, but I honestly believe that it would be good for Power Rangers to take a year off after this season, just to give everyone a chance to rest and for the people involved to get some fresh ideas.

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