We were invited again to visit the Power Rangers media suite this year at the San Diego Comic-Con — a haven for fans during the midst of convention madness. The room was once again full of amazing toys (that we wished we had when we were growing up… let’s be honest), including the limited edition Green Ranger Legacy Dragon Dagger. The new Nintendo 3DS game was also featured which we got to play around with for a few minutes. The game will be available later this year in October. There are so many cool things in this year’s suite, and I kind of wished I could own one of the Power Rangers backpacks that were on display.
Check out all our photos below but don’t forget to watch the video above to see our interview with the current cast of Power Rangers Super Megaforce!
The Lady Geeks sit down to talk more about post-Comic-con thoughts, upcoming and current television shows (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D spoilers, by the way) and also, cat health problems because the conversation just tends to devolve into that direction especially during hot summer nights.
In this episode the girls discuss all the recent movie trailers including The Hobbit, Tusk, and most importantly 50 Shades of Grey (don’t deny it, you’re excited too). Then SPQ and Gizzy B discuss the emotional fangirl tears they experienced in Hall H at SDCC during the Marvel panel. Also, raccoons the size of grizzly bears? What??
Pre-San-Diego-Comic-con-2014-podcast-WHOO! Gizzy B and the Space Pirate Queen are off to SDCCC 2014, discuss their plans while Fortune Cookie plans to sleep. We also talk about Lady Thor.
During Wondercon 2014, an epic battle began between Chubby Bunny, Yume Ninja and Gizzy B and that fight will continue at San Diego Comic-con this weekend. Convention Bingo is coming back and we want you to play with us this time! Click here to get the official Defective Geeks bingo cards. Feel free to make your own and share them with us as well!
Don’t know how to play this game? Watch the first round:
May the best con-goer wins. Good luck, geeks!
Gary Sohmers is one of the founders of Pop Culture Expo in Boston during Memorial Day weekend this year — plus, he is officially the coolest person we’ve had the pleasure of having on the podcast! He spoke to us about his vision for Pop Culture Expo and the industry as he has seen it evolve over the years.