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It wasn’t until the 80s and 90s that stars such as Chuck Norris, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Steven Seagal etc. made slews of mainstream movies utilizing their skills as martial artists. They represented a new kind of hero that didn’t need super powers but relied on their own strengths and skills that were obtainable by anyone...
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This period saw a surge in strip mall karate dojos and millions of children took karate classes. The Rangers were able to fit into this new category of heroes and children were further able to identify with and emulate their heroes; their moves were familiar and accessible as a karate kick was easier to replicate than flying or web-slinging...
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