Tommy Oliver first debuted as the evil sixth Ranger, controlled by Rita Repulsa, defeating the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and the Megazord single handedly! It took the combined power of all five Power Rangers to break Rita Repulsa’s spell. With his free will returned, the Green Ranger could join the other Rangers in their fight against Rita Repulsa. Is Tommy still under her influence, or is he a loyal member of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers team? With this Green Ranger ULTIMATES! figure, it could go either way! This 7” scale highly articulated deluxe action figure comes with interchangeable heads - Good Tommy AND Evil Tommy! - multiple sets of hands, and a variety of accessories, including the Dragon Dagger, Dragon Shield, and so much more. Kick off your MMPR ULTIMATES! collection with the greatest Power Ranger of all time, the Green Ranger!
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The average price based upon the last 11 sold auctions is: $39.45
[High: $52.00/Low: $29.99].
The average Buy It Now price is $42.25 based upon 3 filtered active auctions out of 43.
This figure is ranked #3 in value within the Power Rangers - Super7 category.
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This Mighty Morphin Green Ranger toy was added on June 2021 and also released in 2021 with a retail price of $55.00. This action figure is part of the Power Rangers genre within the Super7 series and included in Wave 1. With an average selling price of $39.45, this toy is not very valuable as it's selling for less than retail. This toy ranks in the Top20 within it's stats category for the Super7 category. Quite a few (38) of these toys are in user collections so it does seem to be somewhat popular.