The Power Rangers team are beloved by fans both young and old, and although they are best known for their various TV shows and movies, there are a number of great comics that every fan should check out as well! Take a look below to read up on a few of our favorites.
Go Go Power Rangers: This one is a fantastic first comic to jump into if you’ve only ever watched the movies or shows. This storyline follows the original team in their first year as Rangers, and further expands upon their world and how they operate in it. It’s a really fun examination of the team when they’re brand new and have a big learning curve to manage both physically and emotionally.
MIghty Morphin Power Rangers: This 55 issue series just wrapped up late last year, and features a grittier, more mature tone than Go Go Power Rangers. It is in this series that Lord Drakkon, the most notable current villain of the Power Rangers team, is introduced.
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/TMNT: Two of our favorite franchises come together to great effect in this limited series by Boom! Studios. It’s a hilarious mash-up that will have you in stitches, and that all fans of the 90’s can appreciate.
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Shattered Grid: This is actually a crossover event of the greatest proportions, with all Power Ranger teams (including those from movies and TV series) included. It is the 4th story arc in the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers series. The teams come together to fight against the most dangerous foe they’ve ever faced; a person who knows everything about them because he used to be one of them
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Pink: This series centers around original Pink Ranger Kimberly Hart, as she adjusts to life as a normal person. This doesn’t last long however, and she is soon back to tumbling, twirling, and shooting her way to the bottom of things and rescue those she cares about.
Mighty Morphin and Power Rangers: These are two separate series that just launched last year after the end of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers series concluded. Although these comics are about two separate Power Ranger teams, they do cross over with one another extensively in terms of story and you’ll want to read them in tandem to get the most out of them!
We hope checking these out will give you Rangers fans a good shot of new material to absorb. Come on by and see us to grab them today!