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Green Ranger's Dragonzord from the Mighty Morphin series. Partial die-cast, can combine with Legacy Mighty Morphin 1st Megazord to create show accurate combination.
Manufacturer #: 96845
Product Weight:12.8 pounds
Product Dimensions (in inches):16.8 x 13.8 x 11.1
Average Customer Rating:
(based on 95 reviews)
of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
Most Helpful Positive Review
I like many others on here grew up on the original incarnation of the Power Rangers brand so when I heard a new collectors series of figures, zords and prop replicas were on the...Read complete review
I like many others on here grew up on the original incarnation of the Power Rangers brand so when I heard a new collectors series of figures, zords and prop replicas were on the way, I was nevertheless excited. I have bought each item as they were released and this Dragonzord is no exception. Tommy Oliver's first zord has never looked this good in plastic form. With this review I'll talk about various aspects of the figure via it's paint, articulation/sculpt and the accessories, at a grading scale out of a possible 5, but first let's look at that packaging.The package is a four color box and has a design very reminiscent of the original Dragonzord packaging from 1993 recreating that original style from the green starburst, power bolts all the way to the actual figure pose which is slightly up and to the right arms raised mouth open. Longtime collectors and fans will instantly recognize this. The Dragonzord script is in bold lettering as well as the Legacy font (in shiny gold foil) and is very attractive to the eyes it really adds to the asthetic of those once boring 1993 boxes. This is a very nice homage that collectors will love. 4/5As for sculpt, when taking the figure out and assembling him we have a very striking toy and the most show accurate Dragonzord I think we will ever get, which is kind of disappointing (but we'll get to that later.) but nevertheless very cool. Since the original design was blocky being a guy in a vinyl suit, this translates into the figure which is a good thing, Dragonzord doesnt need to be streamlined to add various points of articulation. Everything is being represented from the tail drill to the chest armor and of course that wonderful Japanese script and Z's that's very accurate to the show. Longtime fans know just how frustrating it was to see power bolts and M's all over our toys growing up. Most of the detail comprises of raised grid lines and spaces along the chest plate and knee caps and soles of the feet that give a very exciting look to the beast. Once these were sticker details now they're been incorporated into the sculpt taking away the cheap toy feel of the original and giving off a more mature collector's item vibe. The materials used are sturdy hard ABS or PVC plastics and I dont really have an issue with anything major breaking with careful play but some of the pegs and other parts used for transformation could weaken over time so it's something to watch out for. The die cast metal used is in his feet the font portion of the shoulders and I presume the waist. This makes for great balance in the original dragon mode but unfortunately can hinder the overall enjoyment once we begin to transform the toy into it's different modes. Since this is a transforming toy it can combine into the MegaDragonzord and Battle Mode variations using the Legacy or 2010 Megazord and it's here that this wonderful sculpt becomes a problem. With Mega mode the zord splits apart and with clamps on either side plugs into the shoulders of the Megazord to form a headress, while in battle mode by removing the plate and tail the arms fold into the shoulders (like in Mega mode) and the shoulders rotate to the front to form the Green Ranger symbol chestplate, by pushing the crest down the jaws open and the robot face is revealed. Attach the mammoth, triceratops and tiger zords and transformation is complete. On one hand when transformed each mode does look pretty darn good especially Battle mode, but because of those large heavy feet, once those shins are tucked into the thighs there's no lock or clasp to hold them in place and gravity takes it's toll. The original had a ratchet joint to keep the feet in place and Bandai should have utilized this for a toy that will have heavy diecast. When combined we suffer another problem, the balance of the toy isnt properly balanced and with the smaller Legacy Megazord feet it becomes hard to get him to stand without drooping. A severe oversight as I believe in time those joints will give in and the whole thing will topple. 3.5/5Paint has been applied well which should be expected with a collectors toy pushing the 90 dollar mark but there has been some slop on some areas of my toy mainly on the sides of the neck and the crest on top of his head. Some of the green does bleed a bit into the plastic. It's only noticable at very close range so it's a minor nit pick. 4/5Articulation is really interesting as not only do we have the joints used for transformation like the knees and thighs and the folding arms and the opening jaws but rocker ankles have been added as well as a articulated tail. Yes we have an articulated tail! Extendable sections make for some crazy poses that you can do to mimic what was seen on the show. The section can then be pushed together to form the tail drill for the Battle Mode configuration. Other joints include rotating jointed hands that go a full 360 and wrists that bend upwards for transformation purposes, the hips do rotate slightly upwards and well that's about it you cannot get full leg movement which kind of renders the rocker ankles somewhat useless. Their only purpose seems to be to incorperate the transformation. Nothing too major added but what is there does make for a slight improvement. I cannot see too much that could have been improved. 4.5/5As for accessories Dragonzord doesnt come with much but what is here is essential. Included are two pairs of hands one, for rocket firing poses as well as transformation and a flexed pair of hands that is currently shown on this site. The hands do look excellent and are great improvements of the hollowed out shells that were with the 1993 version. I'm really impressed with Bandai for adding this feature simply because one would not think to ask for two pairs of hands. You simply have to credit the design team for this addition. You just have no idea you needed it until it's there for you. The stand is also included and combines with the chest plate and tail piece to form the Power Laser Drill or the Power Staff or whatever they called it on the show. Now at first glance this thing when combined looks a tad large then standing it next to Dragonzord and the thing looks HUGE. At 11 inches this drill is taller than the Battle Mode and just looks awkward because of this. A seperate tail piece should have been made for the drill portion or perhaps some of the length should have been taken off to keep in scale. As is the drill is just too darn big. The other nitpick I have is the lack of electronics, I really would have liked to have a new Dragonzord that could make the battle alert sounds and flashing lights like the original. Oh well it's not there, moving on. 4/5All in all this is a near perfect representation of the Green Ranger's battle machine and I do believe all Power Ranger fans young and old should pick one up. The price is steep but in the coming months this thing will sell out and with that said ebay and 2nd party retailers will gauge the daylights out of this thing. I just wish some of the things I discussed like Ratchet joints and locking mechanisms could have been taken into consideration because those are really the only thing holding this toy back from absolute perfection.
Most Helpful Critical Review
Dragonzord Power U..... There's no power
The dragonzord is an awesome aesthetic collectors item. It very much looks show quality. I appreciated the fact there were no stickers to apply like the original one from the 90's. However,...Read complete review
The dragonzord is an awesome aesthetic collectors item. It very much looks show quality. I appreciated the fact there were no stickers to apply like the original one from the 90's. However, being that it's aesthetically pleasing it is not very interactive. Unlike the original dragonzord it does not have sound effects nor do the 5 red bulbs on the chest piece light up. Diecast parts were also very limited which is understandable because it would have driven up the overall cost as well as weight and made shipping more expensive. I will enjoy it but not as much as I would have had it been made to be fully interactive.
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Comments about Bandai 1001202 Power Rangers Legacy Dragonzord:
The Legacy line from Bandai has delivered high quality beautifully designed products for fans of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and the Legacy Dragonzord is no different. The show accurate detail and amazing articulation makes this a must have for collectors and kids. The Dragonzord can combine with the Legacy Megazord and Legacy Titanus carrier zord.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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By thomas the ranger fan
About Me Collector
I have been waiting since the original release in 1993 to own the Dragonzord and now I finally do and its even better than the original in terms of screen accuracy poseable tail the only issue I have with it is that unlike the 93 version the middle section doesn't light up.
Must have for original green ranger fans
from San Jose, CA
The detail for this zord is amazing. A must have for collecting your season 1 MMPR legacy zords.
By Collector Dave
from Hampstead NC
When I fist saw this figure I thought it was basically the origional with a new tail.I was wrong.the figure is completely remolded with etched in details instead of stickers. Multiple hands and is mostly diecast metal.They even added articulation.It can not be used with origional megazord parts but in every other way it is true to the origional.Any Rangers fan or robot junkie would be proud to have this piece
I call upon the mighty Dragonzord
By Wade DHX
from Canton, MI
The legacy Dragonzord is a beutiful work of art it has the show accuracy, its a fantastic toy for the 1990s kids and the next generation kids to what they were missing especially when it combines with the legacy megazord and titanus I hope people would see it the way that I do
By Heather the busy mom
from Jacksonville NC
We use for display and came in perfect condition
This Legacy Dragonzord is great!
By Brandon Power Rangers fan
from Toledo, OH
This product is fantastically detailed and well worth buying. A lot of times when you think of a reproduction you don't think the quality will be there. Well this proves that wrong. This toy is greatly detailed with no stickers. The paint, molding, and detail are perfectly done.
from burlington, nc
Nostalgia kicked in. A must have for any collector of the MMPR.
Amazing and I Want 2!!
By Power Ranger guy
from Round Rock, TX
About Me Collector, Parent of Two or More Children
Growing up with the original legacy rangers this was a must. The build of this item is nice and sturdy. I like that it has the die cast to give it a better look and feel. At first I only wanted one to collect it. But after I opened the box and took it out.. It's so amazing now I want another one so I can have one to collect and one to display. My only con is that it's so hard to find another one. Online other competitors are way too pricey.
By Just a little tired
from Tulsa ok
About Me First Time Parent, Working Parent
Easy to handle son loves it
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