- Things are looking bad for the Rangers: they’re split between two realities, fighting with no or limited powers, and up against the strongest armies they’ve ever faced.
- But they bring hope wherever they go, even if it’s the darkest timeline.
- At least, that’s what Zordon believes, even as he watches his alternate self place his faith in a seemingly irredeemable version of Tommy.
- Higgins brings the first major arc of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers to its close; it’s a satisfying ending, and it leaves room in the future for further consequences to the team’s war with Lord Drakkon.
- This book’s art team consistently knocks it out of the park.
If you have any interest in or nostalgia for the Power Rangers, you should read this book. I can’t imagine a better adaptation of it.
- Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Vol. 4 (#13-16)
Writers: Kyle Higgins, Ryan Ferrier (Backups) | Artists: Hendry Prasetya (13, 14, 16), Daniel Bayliss (15), Bachan (Backups) | Colorists: Matt Herms (13, 14, 16), Triona Farrell (Backups) | Letterers: Ed Dukeshire, Jim Campbell (Backups) | Covers: Goñi Montes | Designer: Jillian Crab | Assistant Editor: Matthew Levine | Associate Editor: Alex Galer | Editor: Dafna Pleban