Regardless, the clear need for a survey cannot be ignored any further. For future reference: "Power Rangers Mystic Force" without colon is an acceptable formation in English; "Power Rangers: Mystic Force" with colon is common for subtitles in books and television, regardless of whether there is a colon in the book cover or other visual representation. There was a Link to his publicist's site a while back, but for some reason someone deleted the evidence the letter was proven fake o. As for proper English, that is a load of crap. Therefore, unless you are suggesting that every single usage of a colon to seperate a title and subttitle, and the entire entry in colon punctuation is incorrect, then the correct title is with a colon, and has been backed up by official documents something that has already been discussed.
Jessa. Age: 29.
Why are the villains or at least some of the villains referred to as Morlocks?
Jaliyah. Age: 24.
FFFUUUUU RULE 34 STRIKES AGAIN
A title must be chosen, and this one makes the most sense from the standpoint of Wikipedia's use of colons on other pages. For further consideration: The question here is whether the usage on official websites verifiably represents the official name and the commonly used name. Power Rangers in Space is also clearly not intended as a subtitle In Space clearly makes no sense.