Toy Fair 2019: Power Rangers Lightning Collection adds Lord Zedd and more

Exclusive: The Mighty Morphin villain is among several Power Rangers icons coming to Hasbro's Lightning Collection.

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Power Rangers villain Lord Zedd is looking gruesome in this recreation for Hasbro's Lightning Collection.

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Hasbro is officially unveiling more of its Power Rangers Lightning Collection figures at Toy Fair 2019 on Saturday, which is highlighted by a re-creation of a fearsome Power Rangers villain.

Lord Zedd is among several figures unveiled as part of the line's first wave, joining the previously announced White Ranger Tommy Oliver. While an early look at this set appears to have leaked this week via Southern Hobby Lobby, CNET was able to see the new figures up close at Hasbro's Toy Fair showroom.


Dino Charge Red Ranger Tyler Navarro joins the Lightning Collection.

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This first wave, launching this spring, will also include the Shadow Ranger from 2005's Power Rangers S.P.D. and Red Ranger Tyler Navarro from the 2015 and 2016 Power Rangers Dino Charge series.

Each of these figures are available for preorder starting Saturday on Amazon and will cost $20. Swappable heads and other accessories are also included with each of the Power Rangers figures.


Anubis Cruger as the Shadow Ranger joins the Lightning Collection, complete with both his Ranger helmet and dog-like head.

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Hasbro also revealed an early look at its second Lightning Collection wave, set to go on sale this fall. That first figure is Red Ranger Devon Daniels from the upcoming Power Rangers Beast Morphers series, which will be the first TV series in the franchise to debut under Hasbro's ownership of the franchise.


Ahead of the television debut of Power Rangers Beast Morphers is the Lighting Collection figure for the series' Red Ranger.

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The Lightning Collection is similar to the Black Series of figures Hasbro makes for Star Wars, in that actors and other source material are scanned in order to create a realistic figure.

Want to know more about every Power Rangers series ever? Check out our explainer here, and keep checking back to CNET for more coverage at Toy Fair 2019.

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