This Pink Power Ranger My Little Pony Toy Is the '90s Crossover of Our Dreams

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Though they came from very different universes, My Little Pony and Mighty Morphin Power Rangers were two of the most popular toys in the 1990s. Now, nostalgic fans can combine their love of both properties into one collectible toy. The Morphin Pink Pony, available for preorder through Entertainment Earth, imagines the pink Power Ranger as a member of the My Little Pony gang.

Hasbro announced the special-edition toy in celebration of Power Rangers Day on August 28, but the figure is equally exciting for My Little Pony collectors. Measuring 4.5 inches tall, the doll revives the classic My Little Pony design from the 1990s, but dresses it up with a metallic-pink tail and mane and a pink-and-white pattern mimicking the Power Ranger's uniform. On the haunches where the so-called "cutie mark" would be, the pony sports the Power Ranger's gold pterodactyl symbol.


The new toy is part of Hasbro's My Little Pony Crossover Collection. The new expanded universe line also includes a preorder for Plasmane—a pink and green pony dressed up to look like a Ghostbuster.

The Morphin Pink Pony costs $15, and it's now available to preorder through Entertainment Earth. Shipping is estimated for October 2020.