I wish I did this earlier as Mega Bloks’ run with Spongebob is over with Power Rangers just returning. Still, you don’t know what’s coming out until the toy line’s over and now that it is, here are my picks that I wish made it in.
Going to start the new year with several bulding toy posts. First up, the newest product: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Series 1 blind bags.
This is the last review I’m doing for Super Megaforce Bloks, at least for now. Not sure if it’s the grandest set to end on but it’s the only one of these Zords that Mega Bloks made. This is the Mega Bloks Power Rangers Super Megaforce Red Lion Zord.
Last time we looked at the “Zord”. Now we look at the Megazord. This is the Mega Bloks Power Rangers Super Megaforce Legendary Megazord.
After three almost entirely figure-based reviews, it’s nice to get back to building something. This is Mega Bloks Power Rangers Super Megaforce Sky Ship Showdown.
This set came as a surprise since it wasn’t shown at last year’s Toy Fair. After seeing it, I was very excited to get it. Let’s see if it lives up to my expectations. This is the Mega Bloks Power Rangers Super Megaforce Ultimate Battle Pack.
The Power Rangers Super Mega Bloks… Force reviews continue with their Collectible Figure Pack.
Toy Fair 2015 was last month and I was very sad to see Mega Bloks announce nothing for Power Rangers. I know they confirmed that they’ll be doing Dino Charge but they’re probably holding off due to their new licenses. Despite the absence of Dino Charge Bloks, there’s still Super Megaforce stuff that hasn’t been released so hopefully we’ll see those soon.
That said, I decided to take a look at some Super Megaforce stuff from Mega Bloks. There will be five more of these reviews so I hope you come back to see them all. If you’ve been to my Tumblr or seen my Complaint Department post on Super Megaforce, you’ll have seen these before. This is Power Rangers Super Megaforce Micro Action Figures Series 1 from Mega Bloks.