Green Ranger: Year One; The Ongoing Adventures of Bulk & Skull last edited by KillerZ on 01/12/23 12:08PM View full history

    What's to Love: With over four million viewers per week watching episodes that air three times a day, seven days a week; an awareness of above 90% for men and women ages 7-54; and a new film coming in 2017, the Power Rangers are more popular than ever. Dive headfirst into our original, modern ongoing Mighty Morphin Power Rangers series that will appeal to both nostalgic fans and new readers who enjoy epic, action-adventure fantasy stories.

    What It Is: Based on the long-running Power Rangers franchise, five teens from Angel Grove High are granted superpowers and giant robot dinosaur Zords to defend Earth against the alien villain Rita Repulsa. When Repulsa creates an evil Green Power Ranger by brainwashing recent transfer student Tommy, the team is able to free him from her grasp and get him on their side. But with remnants of Repulsa’s control still stirring in the back of Tommy’s mind, he must confront the fact he may be more of a danger to his new team than a help. This is “Green Ranger: Year One.”

    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    ARegular CoverJamal Campbell1
    B1:25 Zord Variant CoverGoni Montes2
    C1:50 Retailer Incentive CoverKevin Wada3
    D1:100 Retailer Incentive CoverDustin Nguyen4
    E1:200 Retailer Incentive CoverPaul Pope5
    FAction Figure Variant CoverDavid Ryan Robinson6
    GGet-A-Sketch Variant CoverNone7
    HVillain Variant CoverRebekah Isaacs (a) & Stephen Downer (c)8
    ILaunch Party Retailer Incentive CoverTradd Moore (a), Rico Renzi (c), Hendry Prasetya (aa) & Jillian Crab (d)9
    JPhat Collectibles Exclusive Variant CoverSina Grace10
    KNewbury Comics Exclusive Variant CoverMike Henderson (a) & Adam Guzowski (c)11
    LThird Eye Comics Exclusive Variant CoverJerry Gaylord (a) & Whitney Cogar (c)12
    MFried Pie Exclusive Variant CoverCorin Howell13
    NTate's Comics + Toys + More Exclusive Variant CoverJavier Reyes14
    OCollector's Paradise Exclusive Variant CoverPhillip Tan15
    PEmerald City Comic Con Exclusive Variant CoverFelipe Smith16
    QThings From Another World Exclusive Variant CoverSean Galloway17
    RCards, Comics & Collectibles Exclusive Variant CoverSteve Conley18
    SExceed Comic: A Divison of Jesse James Comics Exclusive Variant CoverNick Robles19
    TExceed Comic: A Divison of Jesse James Comics Exclusive Variant CoverNick Robles20
    UHypno Comics Exclusive Variant CoverHelen Chen21
    VWonderworld Comics Exclusive Variant CoverJeffrey Cruz22
    WUltimate Comics Exclusive Variant CoverJanice Chu23
    XDimension X Comics Exclusive Variant CoverScott Wade24
    YDimension X Comics Exclusive Variant CoverScott Wade25
    ZHeroes & Fantasies Exclusive Variant CoverVeronica Fish26
    AAForbidden Planet/Jetpack Comics Exclusive Variant CoverAbigail L. Dela Cruz27-28

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    Power Rangers #1 Turns a Commercial for Children into Art for Adults 0

    Nearly a year ago to the week the POWER/RANGERS UNAUTHORIZED bootleg by legendary fan film creator Adi Shankar debuted to universal praise. It offered a bold new direction for the beloved but stagnant series (most fans would be shocked to learn it even continued past Season Three of the show, continuing on the present day sans theMighty Morphin’ moniker). Whereas Saban’s official adaptation of the various Super Sentai shows for western audiences has continued to aim at an elementary ...

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    Mighty Morphing Power Rangers (2016) issue #1 review 0

    Issue #1 continues the main story of issue 0. I don't believe it's very necessary to read 0 first but it certainly leads into the main story. I liked the action in the middle of the book with Tommy beating up some fodder in the middle of the book. At least I did until I found out it was a simulation by zordon intended to get increasingly harder until Tommy failed. It was similar to that episode of Young Justice where the heroes had to fight off an escalating alien invasion until they lost but it...

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