So, I was watching "The 100" and one of the commercials (well actually two of the commercials) was for a DVD set of the first season (all 60 episodes) of Mighty Morphing Power Rangers, with a free action figure. I got to thinking, I bet most of the people who will want this DVD are people who are a little older than me. Does anyone else feel that young kids today, the type of kids who would be Power Rangers fans, don't really care much about this DVD? They probably don't care about Mighty Morphing Power Rangers, they probably just care about the more recent stuff (i.e. the stuff that people in their late 20s, early 30s could care less about unless its to complain about how junky it is compared to the original show).
So do you guys think I'm right about that, or do you think it will actually be kids who want this DVD? Anyone else find it ironic that a DVD of what was designed as a kid show may be appealing more to adults. I noticed on the second time I saw the commercial that it said "relive the..." (I think battles, and "unforgettable monsters"), so that shows that the commercial is probably trying to sell it to adults more so than kids.