Judd Lynn Is Really Heading Towards Burnout Ville!


No writer is ever exempted from hitting Burnout Ville. Lynn was responsible for revolutionizing Power Rangers during his time with Haim Saban. But like many before him like Hirohisa Soda, Toshiki Inoue, Junki Takegami and Yasuko Kobayashi he's no different. After watching more episodes of Power Rangers Dino Charge I just feel like, "That's it, I'm dropping it! Maybe I'll still end up picking up Kyoryuger at the end of the day or neither!"

What can't be denied is that it may have been foolish to rejoice Judd Lynn was back. Who knows he may have been burnt out. The scenario may be just like people were rejoicing with Toshiki Inoue, Junki Takegami and Yasuko Kobayashi only to see their favorite writers needed a nice long break. Inoue's writing of Kiva may have not clicked with everyone but I'm a fan of it. Takegami's Go-onger may be considered the least of his achievements as a head writer. Kobayashi working with ToQGer only made a good concept land with lower ratings. Lynn's situation with Dino Charge is no different!

Sometimes, I'd like to imagine what if Lynn should probably run into Inoue, Takegami and Kobayashi in the cafe or at Morphicon. One may think they might talk about how they all ran out of ideas. Maybe they might complement one another for doing better than the other. It's hard to determine what conversation he'll have with writers who are now in Burnout Ville. 

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