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Power Rangers Oversized Pins Released By Lineage Studios

It’s Morphin Time (again!) at Lineage Studios!

The consumer goods company who focuses on creating collectible products for your favorite brands is tapping back into Mighty Morphin Power Rangers for their brand new line of Over-Sized pins!

Each Over-Sized pin models the design of the company’s previously released Portrait pin collection, which features select Power Rangers characters, their upper torso, and primary weapon.

Although the Over-Sized pins will model the style of Lineage Studios’ Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Portrait pins, the final product will be even bigger, fitting for the line’s first two releases: the original Megazord (seen above) and Dragonzord (seen below).

As of January 2020, the Tigerzord will also join the collection (seen below)!

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These three Megazords will join Lineage Studios’ previous releases of Lord Zedd, the Ranger Slayer, Power Rangers Beast Morphers, and more into the company’s quickly expanding Power Rangers pin collection.

All three Megazord pins can be ordered now on Lineage Studios’ website. Click here to order!

Each pin retails at $20.

The pins will come with a chain link that gives buyers the option to attach the character’s primary weapon to the torso. The chain link can be removed allowing the pieces to be displayed separately.

Each pin will come made out of hard enamel, with a 3/4 portrait size of each character.

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6 thoughts on “Power Rangers Oversized Pins Released By Lineage Studios

  1. Hey folks, I still have already discovered why Go-Busters wasn’t adapted yet. So, I’ll tell you this straight away.

      1. True, but that’s not all I’m saying. What I’m really saying is that, the real reason why Go-Busters (you know, with the main 3-core team) wasn’t adapted yet, was because both the official anniversary (Megaforce Season 1) and the post-anniversary (Megaforce Season 2) still had the main 5-core team in that series right through both the pre-anniversary (Ninja Steel) and the official anniversary (Super Ninja Steel). And now that the official anniversary is over, we’re already seeing Go-Busters being adapted into PR Beast Morpher Seasons 1 & 2, starting with the main 3-core team. Oh, I almost forgot. I found out that the PR franchise didn’t actually SKIPPED the Go-Busters adaptation, they actually SAVED it for the future 2019-2020, because the Go-Busters aka Beast Morpher Rangers look awesomely futuristic.

        OK, end of good story.

        P.S. have I honestly got it right or wrong?

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