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This article is about a/an collection of toys featuring characters in the Power Rangers franchise.

From 2010 to 2013, Power Ranger action figures were produced in the 3.75" size.  This began during the "re-version" period of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Disney's last go at the Power Rangers franchise.

During the 2010 to 2013 timeframe, figures were not produced in the ~5" scale anymore.  Instead, the 3.75" size was designated the standard action figure size for the Mighty Morphin' (2010), Samurai, Super Samurai and Megaforce toylines.  These 3.75" productions were designed by Bandai America.

Oddly, in the transition to the following season of Megaforce, Super Megaforce, Bandai opted to switch scales to the new Action Hero series.


Mighty Morphin

With the re-version and refresh of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Bandai America decided to go the route of many action figure lines and scale down to 3.75. As this is an unprecedented move for Bandai America, this is the first time Mighty Morphin Power Rangers began to share scale with other major toylines, increasing play value.


The 3.75 scale continued with samurai, though a bit of height was added, making the Samurai figures a little taller than the Mighty Morphin figures. Rita Repulsa was released in this line to compensate for her absence in the previous line.

Super Samurai

Super Samurai is a continuation of the Samurai line.


The Megaforce line kicks off the anniversary of Power Rangers, and as such includes some repaints from the Mighty Morphin line.

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