Skip to Content. Violence is the only means of conflict resolution throughout the series. That said, the Power Rangers do rely on each other's individual strengths to battle their enemies. Even though they fall back on violence as a means of conflict resolution, there are some positive notes here -- for example, female characters are strong, and the cast has some diversity. Plenty of violence -- martial arts style fighting and high-tech shoot-outs -- with little to no consequences. Parents and caregivers: Set limits for violence and more with Plus. It's unrealistic, and there's never any blood.
Power Rangers S. A Japanese dub of S. It features the original Japanese Dekaranger cast members dubbing over the voices of their American counterparts. After two years on the series, Doug Sloan and Ann Austen departed as the primary writers and producers of PR, paving the way forward for Greg Aronowitz and Bruce Kalish to take over, with Jackie Marchand staying on as a writer. Joining Kalish were several of his colleagues from Hollywood, including David Garber.