[Comic Review] Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Issue 45

Comic Credits Writer: Ryan Parrot Illustrator: Daniele Di Nicuolo Colors: Walter Baiamonte Color Assistance: Katia Ranalli Letters: Ed Dukeshire Cover: Jamal Campbell Editor: Dafna Pleban   Warning: This review will contain spoilers for Mighty Morphin Power Rangers issue 45.   Kicking off this issue is the continuation and conclusion of the Omega Rangers’ raid on the moon. We begin following Kiya during the assault, which I love the framing and use of blue by Daniele Di Nicuolo and Walter Baiamonte. From there we move to Zack confronting Goldar, where Goldar mentions how the fight with Omega Black…

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[Comic Review] Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Issue 44

Comic Credits Writer: Ryan Parrot Illustrator: Daniele Di Nicuolo Colors: Walter Baiamonte Color Assistance: Katia Ranalli Letters: Ed Dukeshire Cover: Jamal Campbell Editor: Dafna Pleban   Warning: This review will contain spoilers for Mighty Morphin Power Rangers issue 44.   In the previous issue of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Dayne was about to open up the Thunder Megazord the hard way. Fast forward to the present issue and the team makes an attempt to separate the Zords, as Dayne continues to pierce the Thunder Megazord. However, as Dayne is about to hit the finishing blow the Omega…

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Review: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Issue 43

Comic Credits Writer: Ryan Parrot Illustrator: Daniele Di Nicuolo Colors: Walter Baiamonte Color Assistance: Katia Ranalli Letters: Ed Dukeshire Cover: Jamal Campbell Editor: Dafna Pleban   Warning: This review will contain spoilers for Mighty Morphin Power Rangers issue 43.   We are morphing straight into Issue 43, as we start off with Billy recapping the fight with Dayne. Now, to say the Rangers took a lost is an understatement, given Billy’s recap of events. Dayne started the battle targeting Kimberly and broke her thumb, taking the long range fighter out. Dayne…

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Review: Go Go Power Rangers #23

Comic Credits Writer: Ryan Parrot & Sina Grace Illustrator: Francesco Mortarino Colors: Raul Angulo Letters: Ed Dukeshire Cover: Ivan Shavrin Editor: Dafna Pleban   Issue 23 begins in the far off past, with the Power Rangers battling Lord Drakkon on the moon during the climax of the Shattered Grid. We get panels of the Beast Morphers during the battle. Whereas, in the original run of the come, the team only had a brief cameo due to the season not having premiered on Nickelodeon yet. Thankfully, here the characters are now…

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Review: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Issue 42

Comic Credits Writer: Ryan Parrot Illustrator: Daniele Di Nicuolo Colors: Walter Baiamonte Color Assistance: Katia Ranalli Letters: Ed Dukeshire Cover: Jamal Campbell Editor: Dafna Pleban   Warning: This review will contain spoilers for Mighty Morphin Power Rangers issue 42.   Kicking off the issue is Dayne narrating over the current battle the Mighty Moprhin Power Rangers face. Now, I enjoyed reading his analysis of the Rangers, as they fought; it gave characters like Rocky, Adam, and Aiesha a bit more depth to them. Whereas, his analysis the remaining originals: Billy,…

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Review: Go Go Power Rangers Issue 22

Comic Credits Writer: Ryan Parrot & Sina Grace Illustrator: Francesco Mortarino Colors: Raul Angulo Letters: Ed Dukeshire Cover: Ivan Shavrin Editor: Dafna Pleban   Warning: This review contains spoilers for Go Go Power Rangers Issue 22 and Mighty Morphin Power Rangers 41. Fans please read both issues before reading this review.   Lights, camera, we are morphing back to action with Go Go Power Rangers issue 22, as we start off in the past. The scene is featuring the team debating whether or not Tommy should join them as a…

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Review: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Issue 41

Comic Credits Writer: Ryan Parrot Illustrator: Daniele Di Nicuolo Colors: Walter Baiamonte Color Assistance: Katia Ranalli Letters: Ed Dukeshire Cover: Jamal Campbell Editor: Dafna Pleban   Warning: This review contains spoilers for MMPR Issue 41 and Go Go Power Rangers Issue 21. Fans please read both issues before reading this review.   Kicking off this issue is Lord Zedd’s new muscle for hire, Dayne the Sirian, reviewing Zedd’s previous encounters with the Power Rangers. The scene easily reminds me of how professional football and basketball teams often study the tapes…

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Review: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Issue 40

Comic Credits Writer: Ryan Parrot Illustrator: Daniele Di Nicuolo Colors: Walter Baiamonte Letters: Ed Dukeshire Cover: Jamal Campbell Editor: Dafna Pleban   Warning: This review will contain spoilers.   Long time no review Rangers, but I am back in action with Mighty Morphin Power Rangers issue 40! The start of this arc is titled “Necessary Evil,” and I have to say that I am interested in seeing where it will go. To start off, our story takes place after Shattered Grid and it feels good to see the ramifications of…

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Review: Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers #15

Comic Credits Writer: Ryan Parrott Illustrated by Eleonora Carlini with Ink Assistance by Simona Di Gianfelice Colors by Raul Angulo Letters by Ed Dukeshire Cover by Dan Mora Ranger Variant Cover by Miguel Mercado Preorder cover by Audrey Mok, design by Dylan Todd Movie Variant Cover by Natacha Bustos, design by Dylan Todd Angel Grove High School Emblem by Miguel Mercado Designer by Michelle Ankley Assistant Editor Gwen Waller Editor Dafna Pleban   We are back in action with Go Go Power Rangers issue 15, and it is a solid issue. In this issue we are…

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Review: Go Go Power Rangers #13

It’s Morphin Time! We’re back with the original team as Go Go Power Rangers continues post Shattered Grid. Let’s see what our team of five is up to as Rita begins to scheme a new plan which will end the Rangers.   Comic Credits Artist: Eleonora Carlini Colorist : Raul Angulo Letters: Ed Dukeshire Ranger Variant Cover: Miguel Mercado Preorder Cover: Audrey Mok and Dylan Todd Movie Cover: Natacha Bustos and Dylan Todd Writer: Ryan Parrott Angel Grove High School Emblem: Miguel Mercado  Designer: Michelle Ankley Assistant Editor: Gwen Waller…

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