Comic Review: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #13 (BOOM! Studios)

This latest issue of Power Rangers backfires to everyone who watched Power Rangers from their childhood. Let me put this short guys, IT’S MORHIN’ TIME!! Because the series continues in […]

This latest issue of Power Rangers backfires to everyone who watched Power Rangers from their childhood. Let me put this short guys, IT’S MORHIN’ TIME!! Because the series continues in the 13th issue.

As an adult I remember watching Power Rangers on my childhood, but it makes me think right now is that Power Rangers is more like an American/Japanese show that involves with monsters like Godzilla invading the city, and some teenagers with their jumpsuits are fighting together along with the elemental Transformers that is big enough to protect the city from evil. In my theory, I would think that Power Rangers is more like watching Kamen Rider, but it’s an inspiration to another Japanese TV show called “Super Sentai”, which is more like Power Rangers. But this whole inspiration is not about the jumpsuits and the transformation, the show actually showed as the best source material for the Power Rangers. However, the Super Sentai series was made by Shotaro Ishinomori, the person who created the Kamen Rider series and Cyborg 009, which he focuses on everyday superheroes with the transformation to become a warrior in order to protect the planet from evil. There are a lot of crossovers throughout the years, right along with Kamen Rider series and even the Power Rangers series.

I don’t know much about Power Rangers, but the whole series continues 24 years to today, same as Kamen Rider that their series changes every year. The story brings about that the teenagers are moving up to the mountains to meet up with Zack. He actually had some reasons for gathering up the Power Rangers team to invite them in the camp. Meanwhile the evil witch Rita Repulsa is planning to start a war against the Rangers, but what she’s actually planning is take a bait for the Rangers to come and take back their powers and Billy’s coin from the witch. What will happen next when the Rangers arrive to her stronghold?

By the way, if anyone ever or never watch Mighty Morphin Power Rangers before, then I suggest you watch it from the beginning, good luck watching the whole first season with 60 episodes just until your mind takes you over from hearing the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers theme music in your head from the beginning.

About Kevin Bermeo

I'm a New Yorker Artist, and I traveled a lot. I enjoy making comics, illustrations, paintings, and digital art. Besides drawing, I'm also a writer, I used to be a Gamer, and I love adventures, food, and dragons.