While Tommy and Jason face off against Black Dragon on the Moon, the rest of the Rangers seek a means to jump-start their powers and save their Zords his influence! With Billy’s life on the line, will the Ranges overcome their greatest challenge or find defeat in the claws of this familiar foe?
This was the first book I read this week because I was so excited to see where it was going—and there was no let down at all. The issue pretty much picked up right where the last one left off, with the Rangers getting ready to battle with Black Dragon.
As always, the action scenes are awesome. But one of my favorite moments in this whole issue is between Billy and Goldar, where Billy tries to convince Goldar to release him from his prison.
One of the great things about this series is Kyle Higgins pulling stuff from the old TV series, while also creating his own mythology to add-on to the franchise. Which is a lot of fun to see the creation of these new characters and the redefining of some of the classic ones.
What makes this series such a great title is that both the writing and art are some of the best quality that I’ve seen in a book in a while; especially considering it’s not being put out by the big two. Hendry Prasetya definitely holds up his end of the bargain when it to this issue. I just can’t say how much I’m loving his art right now.
This title is quickly becoming one of my favorites—and I can’t see that changing anytime soon with all the stellar work they’ve been doing.
I’m giving this issue of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers:
5 Out of 5 Whiskey Shots.
Writer: Kyle Higgins
Illustrated by: Hendry Prasetya
By: BOOM! Studios