'Legacy' Megazord listed at Toys 'R' Us

Mar 14 // Scarecroodle

Go, go, credit card!

Remember how I was jealous of the entire nation of Canada the other month for getting a re-issued MMPR Megazord? I was subsequently informed (in the comments) that the retailers' American counterparts would be carrying him as well. I then eagerly waited and waited and waited then forgot about it before remembering to check today and, viola, he's listed on the American Toys "R" Us's website!

While the Megazord isn't in stock (at the time of writing), this confirms that he'll be available both online and at physical retail. Bandai's "Legacy" Megazord (the helped start a phenomenon in America with the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers) is a retooled version that features die-cast parts and metallic paint while maintaining the original's ability to combine individual zords.

The American release of Bandai's MMPR "Legacy" Megazord is US$60, which is close to Canada's US$60 (currency differences and all that). Expect to find him online and at retail soon. (Hopefully Toys "R" Us doesn't pull this listing like they've done with some previous ones.)

[ Order at Toys "R" Us when it becomes available ]


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