Well, we are winding down on the Super Megaforce train and here is where the episodes get good but disappointments also flood in. Emperor Mavro finally makes his debut this episode and vows revenge for his son! That’s right, son. He doesn’t even mention Vrak. Rude.
In this episode, we get a lot of action and finally some moments to remember from Jake! Troy again shines as he did during the Vrak is Back saga while the others stand in the background attempting to get screen time. Let’s begin our ride downhill as Super Megaforce begins to set up its end.
Emperor Mavro’s Entrance: I have always loved this entrance and it didn’t disappoint in Power Rangers. His slow walk onto the ship with his imperial guards in slower motion captures the eye! Mavro’s monster design has always been a favorite of mine as well. I loooove the purple Armada ships that the Armada has brought with him! The Emperor places Damaras under arrest and strangely punishes him for allowing Vekar to die. Again, no mention of Vrak or his death.
I was very wary of the voice acting for this character because his Japanese counterpart and pushed foreboding when he spoke. Mike Drew who voices Emperor Mavro does an excellent job of creating a menacing voice while sounding different from other Villains. His bad ass entrance however will find his exit in a few episodes rather lacking.
Redker: This companion of the Emperor is randomly introduced during these episodes along with Yellzor. Neither of them do very much but banter back and forth during these episodes. Yellzor is not even seen from again after this episode but Redker gets to fight the Rangers in a future episode. I would’ve preferred a more menacing introduction this far into the season. This goes to show how certain things should be done. The Messenger in Megaforce came in late to the game but was still menacing and stood as a real threat to the Megaforce Rangers. ↓ Read the rest of this entry…