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Saban’s Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #42 Review

This Necessary Evil issue builds upon this already exciting saga and ends on a worrisome note for our Power Rangers.

Rangers, I should warn you…this isn’t going to be a fair fight.

Dayne

Written by: Ryan Parrott
Art by: Danielle Di Nicuolo
Colours by: Walter Baiamonte with Katia Ranalli
Letters by: Ed Dukeshire
Cover by: Jamal Campbell
Variant Cover by: Goñi Montes
Release Date: September 4, 2019

With new teammates getting the hang of the ropes and old rangers being galaxies away trying to stop evil collectives from destroying everything in their path – this issue leaves you with a lump in your throat.

Kimberly, Billy and Tommy are coping with the exit of their former teammates Trini, Zack and Jason, while still getting on with their replacements – Aisha, Adam and Rocky, respectively. All while being under the careful watch of Dayne an evil bounty hunter set to destroy the Rangers. Who eventually gets the advantage over them at the end of the book.

Meanwhile Jason, Trini and Zack with their teammate Kira, are infiltrating the base of a suspect level six Morphin Energy user. Of course they come along right into trouble once their cover is blown.

Ryan Parrott continues his epic next saga in this issue and leaves us asking for more and more in anticipation. Artwork is creative and energetic and is beautiful on every panel.

This Necessary Evil issue builds up on this already exciting saga and ends on a worrisome note for our Power Rangers.

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Saban's Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #42

#3.99
8.5

Writing

9.0/10

Art

8.0/10

Pros

  • Dayne leaves the ranger speechless
  • The old Rangers go covert!
  • Great artwork!

Cons

  • Just one more page!

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