The first episode of Mystic Cosmic Patrol, a parody of the famous Power Rangers series, has premiered on Funny Or Die. It’s available to view for free!
Mystic Cosmic Patrol is described as a team that’s “brave enough to answer the call of the Great Cosmic Algorithm and defend Earth against the Evil Overlordess Rutina.” The series is from Loners & Rebels Motion Pictures. You can go ahead and watch the first seven-minute long episode on Funny Or Die. There’s a male Pink Patrolman in there.
Here’s the official synopsis for the series:
“Mystic Cosmic Patrol,” an interstellar spoof with exciting Kaiju action, features a special blend of comedy, martial arts and Sci-fi adventure where spandex clad heroes fight ridiculous rubber monsters. The pilot episode features “Malcolm in the Middle” star Chris Masterson as Jack the Blue Patrolman, leading a team consisting of Leo the Red Patrolman (Tim Jo from Fox’s “Pitch”), Emily the Green Patrolman (Chelsea Tavares from Freeform’s “Unfabulous”), Carl the Pink Patrolman (Chris Candy), Candy the Yellow Patrolman (Laura Monaco) and Micky the Black Patrolman (Gavin Hignight). With the wisdom of Gorgon (Tim Russ of “Star Trek Voyager”) and their trusty Martini-Bot (John Kassir of “Tales from the Crypt”), only the Mystic Cosmic Patrol can put an end to Rutina’s devious plots to destroy Earth.
The Mystic Cosmic Patrol series was created and written by Hignight (from Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles). It was executive produced by Tom Meyer-Klipsch (Out of Print; Back in Time) and Hignight. Chris Wyatt (Napoleon Dynamite, Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man), Laura Monaco and Masterson serve as producers. The special effects makeup was developed by Cig Neutron, winner of Face Off: Allstars Season 11.
New episodes of the webseries will be released every Thursday.
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