ByKit Simpson Browne, writer at Creators.co
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Now, in a world full of reboots, re-imaginings, and whatever the hell The Chipmunks movies are, it was only ever a matter of time before '90s icons the made their way back to the big screen. The original series, after all, contain all the most important ingredients for a modern-day crossover success — not least the fact that pretty much everyone who remembers the team fondly from their youth is now in charge of buying their own damn movie tickets, mom.

That, though, wouldn't have been much use to the new film's producers if the reboot wasn't able to persuade said fans that the movie was actually worth seeing, which leads us to where we are today — in the midst of a veritable tempest of Power Rangers-themed promotional materials. And, as it turns out:

This Shiny New 'Power Rangers' Promo Art Is Actually Pretty Neat

'Power Rangers' [Credit: Saban Brands / Lionsgate]
'Power Rangers' [Credit: Saban Brands / Lionsgate]

Now, sure, it's not technically all that obvious what the promo art above and below is actually for, but since it also contains images of the red, pink and blue rangers striking shiny, shiny fighting poses, it seems churlish to complain.

'Power Rangers' [Credit: Saban Brands / Lionsgate]
'Power Rangers' [Credit: Saban Brands / Lionsgate]

Of course, whether or not the images will actually prove reflective of the final movie remains to be seen, but with its arrival on March 24, 2017 growing ever closer, that's not a problem that's going to have too much time to fester.

'Power Rangers' [Credit: Saban Brands / Lionsgate]
'Power Rangers' [Credit: Saban Brands / Lionsgate]

What's more, the following image contains a gloriously silly tagline — and if that's not enough to make you believe in Power Rangers' ability to channel its magnificently ridiculous ancestors, then it seems likely that nothing will.

'Power Rangers' [Credit: Saban Brands / Lionsgate]
'Power Rangers' [Credit: Saban Brands / Lionsgate]

"Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall," indeed...

What do you think, though? Are these promo images enough to make you forget about Max Landis' spurned script for the movie? Let us know below!

(Sources: ComicBook.com)