The story of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers by BOOM! Studios continues in Issue 23 as the team learns just how far the original 1969 team is willing to go to defeat Rita Repulsa. Check out all the beautiful covers to this issue by clicking the title of the story. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Issue 23 releases in January 2018. Credit to CBR.com for the first look.
The covers for Go Go Power Rangers Issue 6 have been released via CBR.com. The story continues as Rita Repulsa‘s attempts to manipulate the Power Rangers against Zordon continues – and begins to work!
Go Go Power Rangers Issue 6 releases in January 2018.
Stop the presses because a comic book company has a comic book exclusive at a comic convention! Hidden amongst the throngs of fans that will undoubtedly stand in long lines for a chance at a valuable convention toy exclusive, BOOM! Studios – the makers of the beloved and critically acclaimed Mighty Morphin Power Rangers comic book series – have revealed their upcoming exclusives for San Diego Comic Con 2017!
This four piece connected set that pays homage to the classic Jim Lee cover of the launch of the original second X-Men comic book series (titled “X-Men” instead of “Uncanny X-Men”) will be available in four different covers – Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #17, Go Go Power Rangers #1 (A), Go Go Power Rangers #1 (B), and the 2017 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Annual. You can also purchase the gatefold version (all four connected together, physically) for a solid benjamin ($100).
Each comic will cost $20 (so $80 to complete the 4 cover set or $180 to get everything total) and is available at the BOOM! Studios booth 2229 at San Diego Comic Con. Be sure to follow us here, on our Twitter and Instagram accounts, as well as on Facebook as we will be attending the show with live coverage all week and weekend long!
The numbers are in for the opening weekend for the new Power Rangers Movie. The Power Rangers worldwide opening weekend total is at $59.2 million dollars – with $40.5 million from a strong domestic release, and $18.7 million from a “muted” international release.
The movie cost roughly $100 million so a couple more strong weeks could help push the movie to break-even status. Fans will be watching with anticipation as the movie surpassed their expectations and a sequel is something many fans want to see happen.
For the full article, check out the Hollywood Reporter.
What a long and at times exhausting journey the last three years has been. From the initial announcement of the movie to the walk in to the worldwide premiere in Los Angeles we have all waited a very long time for this movie to come out. And finally it is here – the Power Rangers have returned to the big screen to entertain everyone for the first time in over 20 years.
But with nearly 25 years of history and a fandom that spans three generations does the movie hold up well? Can Power Rangers beat back the “it’s just for kids” reputation that the show has helped the franchise rightfully earn? Please join us in our NO SPOILERS review of the hotly anticipated Saban’s Power Rangers! Click “Read More” for our full, minor spoilers Power Rangers Movie review!
NOTE: “Minor spoilers”, in our terms, means we look at some of the things about the characters that make them tick (like Billy’s diagnosis and Trini’s personal dilemma). We do NOT reveal what happens to these characters or any major plot points of the movie.
Through CBR.com we have the five covers for Issue 13 of BOOM! Studios Mighty Morphin Power Rangers as well as the synopsis of the story.
The Power Rangers make a final push in to the Command Center to stop Rita Repulsa and her evil forces. But is it too late for Alpha 5 and Zordon?
Click the title of the story to see all five covers of this issue. They look great!
Discovered online and revealed through @PowerRangersTalk on Twitter, we have our first look at the upcoming 5″ Rita Repula figure from the upcoming Power Rangers Movie. The evil empress is sporting her green armor and the Green Power Coin on her golden staff.
What do you think? This is probably the best Rita Repulsa figure we’ve ever had – will you pick one up? Sound off in our discussion thread linked in the story.
A little bit of sad news for those who have been waiting for the release of the first trade paperback of the new BOOM! Studios Mighty Morphin Power Rangers series – it has been delayed for a week, now releasing in comic book stores on September 14th and book stores on September 20th. No reason for the delay has been given.
The BOOM! Studios Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Volume 1 TPB collects issues #0 through #4 of the popular comic book series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and is labeled as “Green Ranger Year One”. Included are images of each cover of the book as well as the Adventures of Bulk and Skull.
There was a Power Morphicon guest update on Monday adding six more guests to the already action-packed line up. Check out the guests below!
- Barbara Goodson (voice of “Rita Repulsa“)
- Paul Schrier (“Bulk“, MMPR – Lost Galaxy, Wild Force, Samurai/Super Samurai)
- Jason Narvy (“Skull“, MMPR – Lost Galaxy, Wild Force, Super Samurai)
- Blake Foster (“Justin”, Power Rangers Turbo Blue Ranger)
- Cameron Jebo (“Orion”, Power Rangers Super Megaforce)
- Mark Musashi (renowned stuntman, Kamen Rider Dragon Knight)
The Official Power Morphicon happens between August 12th through the 14th in Pasadena, California. Your chance to pre-register ends in July – so what are you waiting for? Click here and begin your registration process! We’ll see you at the show!
As we get closer and closer to 2017, more and more information starts to come out regarding the new Power Rangers Movie. Today, various entertainment sites were given a first-look at Elizabeth Banks in her costume for Rita Repulsa.
The first main take away from the getup is the amount of green … you think she has a thing for the color green? This could be some fun foreshadowing for a sequel if the movie does well. If you remember your Mighty Morphin Power Rangers lore, Rita Repulsa eventually creates her own Ranger – the evil Green Ranger!
Join in the discussion and share your thoughts on the new look for the Empress of Evil!