Bestseller Kindle Mighty Morphin Power Rangers the best work What s to Love Saban
Bestseller Kindle Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #0 the best work What s to Love Saban s Power Rangers is a multi generational, globally recognized franchise With its epic Ranger suits, giant Zords and Megazords, and at its core a story of super powered teens who defend the world from evil, the Power Rangers series is a pop culture phenomenon that has continued to resonate with fans for than 22 years We, as huge Power Rangers fanWhat s to Love Saban s Power Rangers is a multi generational, globally recognized franchise With its epic Ranger suits, giant Zords and Megazords, and at its core a story of super powered teens who defend the world from evil, the Power Rangers series is a pop culture phenomenon that has continued to resonate with fans for than 22 years We, as huge Power Rangers fans ourselves, are excited to produce a modern Power Rangers comic featuring the iconic characters from the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers series What It Is It s Morphin Time Saban s Mighty Morphin Power Rangers make their BOOM Studios comic debut in this kick off 0 issue, which sets the stage for the rest of the series After escaping Rita Repulsa s mind control, Tommy Oliver, the Green Ranger, joins up with the rest of the Power Rangers to combat her never ending evil plans Any semblance of a normal life is gone for Tommy now, but with his newfound family there lies hope for a brighter path Includes the short story from the San Diego Comic Con exclusive Mighty Morphin Power Rangers comics. Good Books Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #0 I used to love Power Rangers when I was a kid - but then I turned 12 years old and lost interest for good (though last year’s dark’n’gritty fan-film starring Dawson’s Creek was surprisingly cool). Now it’s a comic by writer Kyle Higgins (Nightwing) and artist Hendry Prasetya which isn’t that bad.Tommy, the Green Ranger, is haunted by Rita, the evil witch, who wants to use him to destroy the Power Rangers and rule the planet. I’m pretty sure this isn’t an original storyline - I vaguely remember the Green Ranger, when he first appeared, being a bad guy or something that the original Rangers had to fight but then he eventually became good. Higgins looks to be returning to that storyline by probably turning Tommy evil again. On the art side, Prasetya faithfully keeps the cast looking like the world’s oldest teenagers!There’s a rubbish backup featuring Bulk & Skull by writer Steve Orlando (Midnighter) and artist Corin Howell, and a tacked-on story about the Rangers in their Zords (robot dinosaurs) battling one of Rita’s henchmen - meh. Looking back at the Power Rangers, it was an absolutely bonkers series even by kid’s show standards but somehow it worked. The theme song was great, the Ranger outfits, the martial arts, the robot dinosaurs that together transformed into a giant robot warrior - it might be the ultimate kid’s show! This issue isn’t bad but by far the best thing I got out of it was going online to watch clips from the old show. It’s brilliant seeing the guys in the cheap robot suits hitting each others’ squibs while demolishing a styrofoam city! It’s mega-corny and hilarious. Rita (meter maid) might have the the worst name for a villain because it’s so ordinary! I love her character design but she has no character - she’s there just to be the generic bad guy with the stereotypical goal. What’s a “morphin”? On the show, the pterodactyl ALWAYS comes out of a volcano while the sabre-toothed tiger is similarly ALWAYS running across a desert - where is this that the Rangers live again?! None of it makes a lick of sense but it’s glorious kiddie claptrap - no wonder it was so popular. I doubt I’ll keep reading the rest of this series as I got enough Power Rangers memories from this one issue but fans will probably enjoy this new run - Higgins and Prasetya seem to be a competent creative team with a fondness and knowledge of the material. Go go Nostalgia Rangers!