Hasbro has been knocking it out of the park with its Hasbro Marvel Legends series, allowing us to wear (or display) full size replicas of Ant-Man’s helmet, Iron Man’s visor, and even the Infinity Gauntlet.  The toy manufacturer has done the same thing with Star Wars, and now Hasbro is releasing the first helmet for Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers fans.

Revealed at the San Diego Comic Con, Hasbro is releasing this wonderful looking White Ranger helmet as part of the Power Rangers premium collectibles line.

This premium, collectible White Ranger Helmet is full-scale, wearable, and features show-inspired design and detail, making it a great addition to any fan’s collection.

Includes: helmet, display stand, and instructions.

      • This premium Lightning Collection collectible is inspired by Tommy Oliver’s iconic White Ranger Helmet from the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers series
      • This full-scale helmet features a show-inspired detailed design, paint, and finish for morphinominal display in a Power Rangers collection
      • This helmet features adjustable straps so it will fit most, making it great to wear for Power Rangers cosplay, role play, or costume
      • Bring part of the Power Rangers legacy home with Lightning Collection figures, collectibles, and roleplay items.

I think this looks fantastic, and though I’m personally not a huge fan of the MMPR franchise, I just might get this helmet to add to my growing collection – especially if there are plans to release all of the Rangers helmets in the future.

The Power Rangers Lightning Collection Mighty Morpin’ White Ranger Helmet is available as a pre-order for $79.99.

via Hasbro


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