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Life-sized Power Ranger statue kicks off Toy Fair 2013

Made from over 600 Power Ranger toys, this 20th anniversary sculpture is just the start of our coverage from the most magical event of the year

This six foot mighty morphing Power Ranger statue was created to celebrate twenty years of the kick-ass TV series, and is on show at Toy Fair 2013, today.

A combination of over 200 Power Ranger toys make this guy a drop in the ocean of figures that Bandai has sold since 1994 – now totalling 400 million. This year will see the latest, and twentieth series, Power Rangers Megaforce released.

Check back throughout the day for our full coverage of Toy Fair 2013 live from the event.

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