Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers #23 Review

Necessary Evil is as strong and encompassing as it's predecessors and titillatingly wondrous.

They’re out there…watching. Waiting. And we have to stop them.

Jason Lee Scott

Written by: Ryan Parrott & Sina Grace
Pencils by: Rafa Sandoval
Art by: Francesco Mortarino
Colours by: Raul Angulo
Letters by: Ed Dukeshire
Cover by: Ivan Shavrin
Release Date: September 11, 2019

Goosebumps. The last page gave me goosebumps. Jason takes the lead this issue and we see him go through a dream sequence where he finally faces off against Lord Drakkon – something we never got to see during Shattered Grid. We learn that Jason is being shown the events that occurred to forewarn of a new fight that approaches.

Lord Zedd still has Warbunny facing off the other four Rangers, as Zack gets in an Elmer Fudd remark and we see Trini try to reason with the former Mr. Loppsy. All before Jason steps in and stops him in his tracks. Kim is still confiding in Matt and we get a great T.V. episode callback in the background.

Parrott and Grace have made this a non-stop barrage of action, investigation and revelation of whats to come in this series. Artwork is fluid and beautiful as usual and the Variant Covers are GREAT.

Necessary Evil is as strong and encompassing as it’s predecessors and titillatingly wondrous.

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Saban's Go Go Power Rangers #23







  • Thrilling storylines
  • Beautiful Artwork

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