Angel Grove appears in 85 issues.
The Black Power Ranger is one of the original five Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers. Since then, there has been many reincarnations of this ranger.
Usually the second-in-command, the blue ranger has been a girl as well as a boy depending on the Power Ranger series.
Bulk is normally portrayed as a comic relief character throughout the first few seasons of Power Rangers. He is a huge fan of the Power Rangers, but is also a constant bully to their alter-egos.
Ernie is the owner of the the Angel Grove Youth Center, which is a place where teens can go for food, activities, and parties. He is a big fan of the Power Rangers and is often seen talking to the Rangers' alter-egos; at the same time he is also constantly annoyed with Bulk and Skull.
Fred Kelman is a character from Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers: The Movie. He is a young friend and ally of the Rangers.
The Gold Power Ranger is a seldom seen color that is always a later add on to the team and is usually more powerful than the main rangers. Gold Rangers are some of the least seen colors.
The Green Ranger was originally an evil henchmen of Rita Repulsa. After her spell was broken, Tommy became the sixth Power Ranger. His powers as Green Ranger were lost and the Dragonzord was returned to the sea, where it is still there today. As the Green Ranger, Tommy was 3rd in command.
The "alpha mean girl" of Angel Grove High and a minor antagonist to Bulk and Skull.
Matthew Cook is a student at Angel Grove High School, a classmate of the Rangers and an unspecified athlete of the football team. He is Kimberly's boyfriend and later, ex-boyfriend.
A member of the Power Rangers in most seasons. The Pink Ranger has usually been a female.
A foot soldier created by Rita Repulsa (and used by many other Power Ranger villains), it is formed from a "putty" or clay like material (thus the name). It is normally sent in vast numbers (aka Putty Patrol) to try and defeat and/or wear down the Power Rangers.
With the exception of Charlie and Lauren, the leader of the Power Rangers in almost every season, the red ranger, has always been male. They are usually privileged with better weapons and a battlelizer mode.
Skull is normally portrayed as a comic relief character throughout the first few seasons of Power Rangers. He is a huge fan of the Power Rangers, but is also a constant bully to their alter-egos.
Throughout the many seasons of Power Rangers, there has always been a Sixth Ranger, in some instances, even up to ten rangers.
A member of the Power Rangers in almost every season. The Yellow Ranger is sometimes a male or a female. They are one of three primary colored members of the team.
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