Comic Review: Justice League/Power Rangers #3 (DC Comics/BOOM! Studios)

The Power Rangers and the Justice League unite to face off against a surprise monster attack that has affected the globe. Now knowing that Brainiac and Zedd are behind these […]

The Power Rangers and the Justice League unite to face off against a surprise monster attack that has affected the globe.

Now knowing that Brainiac and Zedd are behind these attacks, the Heroes of both worlds must ban together and prevent the destruction that plagues the earthbound cities of the DC Universe. But Brainiac and Zedd have something up their sleeve and what they have planned spells trouble for the Power Rangers and the Justice League.

 So far Tom Taylor is 3 issues in and has managed to write a surprisingly fun crossover. Seeing the Justice League and Power Rangers work together is very fun. Although admittedly, the book is more written in the tone of Power Rangers since it’s a bit more focused on them, which isn’t bad. What makes this book enjoyable is also seeing the Power Rangers teaming up with other reserve members of the League that make some cool minor appearances. The complications that plague our protagonists is actually clever, making use of Brainiac and Zedd’s abilities in a way that I didn’t think that Taylor would write in.

The Art by Stephen Byrne is consistent, providing a nice, simple and stylistically flair (in Power Rangers fashion) that fits the kind of tone that this crossover aims for and accomplishes. Byrnes illustrations, as well as the coloring /rendering, are done in a cell shaded fashion that makes the book visually appealing. This is another good issue in this surprisingly fun crossover.

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