Power Rangers has always had a fascination with Dinosaurs, so it makes sense that eventually, it would crossover with Jurassic Park in some way.
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (season 1), Power Rangers Dino Thunder, and Power Rangers Dino Charge are all dinosaur based, but it was Dino Thunder in the spotlight here. The fan favorite series gets a Jurassic Park style poster, complete with credits, cast titles, and a Jurassic Park style logo.
While the design elements are Jurassic Park, the content is all Dino Thunder. The Range stand in costume on the left, while the unmorphed versions stand to the right. Their frequent nemesis Mesogog looms over all of them, and all of this was created by a fan.
The fan presented the poster to Black Dino Ranger Jason David Frank at Dragon Con to get his signature on it. As you can see in the image, the fan already has a few signatures, including Trent, Ethan, Kira, and now he can add Tommy's to the list.
Power Rangers Dino Thunder debuted in 2004 and features the return of Tommy Oliver to the series. Since the Turbo days, Tommy has dived into the world of Paleontology and comes across the Dino Gems along with his research partners. Eventually, he has to keep them out of their hands, and once three students figure out who he really is and find the gems, he enlists them to become the Dino Rangers.
Tommy also joins the fight, becoming the Black Dino Ranger to face down Mesogog. Mesogog used to be an ally of his, Anton Mercer, but during an experiment was transformed into the monstrous Mesogog, and now wants to take the Earth back to the age of dinosaurs.
Yeah, nice guy that one.
Power Rangers Dino Thunder starred Jason David Frank as the Black Dino Ranger, James Napier as the Red Dino Ranger, Kevin Duhaney as the Blue Dino Ranger, Emma Lahana as the Yellow Dino Ranger, Jeffrey Parazzo as the White Dino Ranger, and Lathan Gaines as the villainous Mesogog.