Mighty Morphin #1 by Ryan Parrott

Mighty Morphin #1Mighty Morphin #1 by Ryan Parrott
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This is good, with sharp writing and stylish, clean art.

But, as a first issue…? It really assumes you’ve been reading Boom’s previous Power Rangers comics, and…sadly…I have not…so I felt a little lost.

The team spend a lot of time speculating as to who the new Green Ranger might be. Could he be Drakkon? Could he be someone else? And…as a new reader I was left thinking, “What Green Ranger?” and “Who’s Drakkon?” I mean, I have a vague awareness of who Drakkon is, but it would have been helpful if they’d taken a little time to fill new readers in.

That said, these felt like the same characters I’m familiar with from the show, and I like that they’ve kept the Bulk & Skull b-plot tradition from the show too. It also helps that Bulk and Skull are nowhere near as irritating as they were on TV…but maybe that’s because that stupid music doesn’t play every time they show up!

I liked this and it’s probably done enough to make me stick around for a while…and maybe pick up some back issues to figure out what’s going on…

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