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– by Joseph Jammer Medina

Hey, Netflix! Are you listening? I certainly hope so, because here’s a great idea looking you right in the face. Get in touch with Saban. I’m sure they’d love to make this happen. What am I talking about, you ask? Well, let’s rewind to last week. It was then that we got a live-action trailer for an upcoming comic book event series.

Check it below:

In it, we saw a rogue Green Ranger (played by the returning Jason David Frank) from an alternate universe. In this universe, he went down a different, darker path, where he snatched power for himself. In the upcoming comic book series Power Rangers: Shattered Grid, he then proceeded to conquer many different worlds. The then-self-proclaimed Lord Drakkon made a move to attack the world we know and love.

It’s cool as a comic…but what about a live-action series?

Speaking with ComicBook.com, Frank said:

“Everyone’s on board to make this awesome trailer slash possible pilot that could be its own show or something. I just want to make it clear before everyone jumps on board. This is a promo for Shattered Grid, but I was hoping to get the attention of fans around the world including the Saban brand and say, ‘Hey, look, this could be an awesome Netflix series, this could be a highly talked about series around the world.'”

Netflix? Saban? You hear us? Make it happen! While fans may not have come out for the Power Rangers movie last year, having something on Netflix could work even better. Keep the budget minimal (it’s not like we haven’t seen the series on a low budget), and let the story get as dark as it needs. This could be the real Power Rangers reinvention older fans have been waiting for!

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SOURCE: ComicBook.com

Joseph Jammer Medina is an author, podcaster, and editor-in-chief of LRM. A graduate of Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Television, Jammer's always had a craving for stories. From movies, television, and web content to books, anime, and manga, he's always been something of a story junkie.