Power Rangers gave '90s bullies their own animal Megazords

In the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers series back in the '90s, Bulk and Skull were always huge fans of the Power Rangers, but in one comic, they got their own Megazords.

Two characters from the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers series that are arguably as popular as the Power Rangers themselves are '90s bullies/superfans Bulk and Skull -- and in a sideline Power Rangers story, these two goofs get their own The Megazords live out their fantasy of being the true Power Rangers.

Farkas Bulkmeier and Eugene Skullovitch aka Bulk and Skull were introduced in the first episode of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and immediately became mainstays of the series. Bulk and Skull set the standard for comic relief as family-friendly bullies and jerks of their classmates (though the joke usually comes at their expense), but also Power Rangers superfans who actually adore the superhero team. Their slapstick humor and blunt attitudes have endeared Bulk and Skull to fans from the start, especially younger audiences — but now, their characters have grown beyond simple comedy (at least, for now).

In Ross Thibodeaux and Rob Guillory's Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Annual 2016 story "Unlucky Heroes", the Power Rangers are captured by one of Rita Repulsa's monsters, Locks-A-Lot. Sir Locks-A-Lot uses his magical "Lock Ability" to trap The Power Rangers are in the small case on his chest, with no hope of escape. With Angel Grove now without its primary protector and a dangerous villain currently on the loose, Zordon and Alpha 5 have no choice but to find someone to fill the void left by the captured Rangers and fight Locks-A-Lot The Jazz fought to save them - they chose Bulk and Skull.

Bulk and Skull Became Power Rangers & Received the Perfect Megazords

Megazords are giant animal-based robots tailored to their Power Ranger personalities. When Bulk became the Purple Ranger and Skull became the Orange Ranger, Bulk gained the Baconadon Megazord because he was described by Zordon as "arrogant and powerful". Zordon, meanwhile, described the skeleton as "tough and tough," so he got the Feathered Dragon Behemoth. As the names suggest, Baconadon is a giant robotic warthog, while Featherdactyl is a robotic raptor (albeit with surprisingly small wings). Together, the two are a makeshift pair of Power Rangers, and their Megazords perfectly match their personalities - as goofy and weird as they come, like Bulk and Skull.

While their time as Power Rangers was short-lived, Bulk and Skull did manage to pull off their The first mission comes with few obstacles as they defeat Sir Locks-A-Lot and free the original Power Rangers. Unfortunately, while they were all too excited to be the heroes they were so obsessed with, Alpha 5 wiped their memories after they saved the other Rangers. However, just because they don't remember it, doesn't mean it didn't happen or doesn't matter, because Mighty Morphin Power Rangers made it's 90s bullies, Bulk and Skull, the Rangers in their own right - doing their own, Perfectly custom giant Zods - the truth is, they're pretty darn good.

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