Comic Review: Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers #8 (BOOM! Studios)

BOOM! Studios continue with its very action pack Megazord battle on Go Go Power Rangers on its eighth issue. Well from the looks of it, this would turn very interesting, […]

BOOM! Studios continue with its very action pack Megazord battle on Go Go Power Rangers on its eighth issue.

Well from the looks of it, this would turn very interesting, even for the series; we get to see Megazord fighting against Megazord which probably was Rita’s monster in any way. However, after reading the last issue, the real Matt has been traumatized for keeping him by Rita as a captive. But that made the series more of a plot twist right after Matt ran to the prom and warns everyone what happened.

First of all, as I was saying about when Rita’s minions first met her, they had some particular issues just to know that what Rita is really good at is conquer and tribute. But somehow, we get to see Goldar in the Gentrax Four. Particularly, he once served with Lord Zedd once, even though what he’s trying to do is to try to betray Rita, but suddenly he made a choice to join Rita’s forces. Meanwhile, the Power Rangers are fighting against the puddie doppelganger but he’s much more a fast learner because he knows one of the ranger’s strengths and weaknesses, turn back to Matt or some other face that you can think about. And then finally here comes the Megazord battle fighting against the fake Megazord, so yeah. But I just wonder, will Matt will overcome his fear of Rita? Nonetheless, he’s being traumatized because of that. Will the Power Rangers defeats the doppelganger and save the city?

Okay, what I’ve seen the episode of them fighting against the Twin man that Rita created it, I do wonder which one is the most formidable foe? The Twin man or the puddie doppelganger? Well for once, I do believe that the Twin man has the ability to transform into people and animals, even though he had some backup with some puddies making them transform. But the doppelganger, I’m not too surprised because he has the ability to transform too, but somehow this something that should be mixed with some play dough, or any ceramic experiments, but Rita and Finster’s monster ended up with a failure because the monster has a mind of his own. Well if you want to see how the battle concludes, then get this latest issue and find out.

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.