Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Written by: Ryan Parrott
Illustrated by: Dan Mora
Colors by: Raul Angulo
Letters by: Ed Dukeshire
Covers by: Dan Mora, Miguel Mercado
Variant Covers by: Michelle Wong, Natacha Bustos/Design by Dylan Todd, Audrey Mok, Gurihiru,
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Website: www.boom-studios.com
Comments: The Rangers are just hanging out. Zack is thinking of making money off the fact they are Rangers.
Rita meanwhile is planning something sneaky.
Jason and Trini put of a good sparring show for us. They are both illustrated in great action poses.
The way the story focuses on the Rangers as ordinary teens with ordinary problems makes it interesting. Sometimes you do want to learn about who the super-heroes are so you will care even more about them and what happens to them.
Rita’s minions strike and Kimmy’s boyfriend is there to defend her. A monster of Rita’s against a ordinary human teen boy. Kimmy sees it all and could do nothing. How will this affect her?
This story is a great one for building up your affection for these characters as to the side of them that is still just an ordinary teen.

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Publisher: BOOM! Studios Written by: Ryan Parrott Illustrated by: Dan Mora Colors by: Raul Angulo Letters by: Ed Dukeshire Covers by: Dan Mora, Miguel Mercado Variant Covers by: Michelle Wong, Natacha Bustos/Design by Dylan Todd, Audrey Mok, Gurihiru, Price: $ 3.99 US Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Website: www.boom-studios.com Comments: The Rangers are just hanging out. Zack is thinking...