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RICH REVIEWS: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers # 15

Title: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers # 15
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Written by: Kyle Higgins
Illustrated by: Daniel Bayliss
Letters by: Ed Dukeshire
The Ongoing Misdventures of Squatt & Baboo:
Written by: Ryan Ferrier
Illustrated by: Bachan
Colors by: Triona Farrell
Letters by: Jim Campbell
Cover by: Jamal Campbell
Connecting Variant Cover by: Steve Morris
Morphin Variant Cover by: Goni Montes
Action Figure Variant Cover by: Telmos Santos with packaging design by David Ryan Robinson
Denver Comic Con Exclusive Cover by: Daniel Bayliss
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Website: www.boom-studios.com
Comments: Zordon does believe in his Power Rangers no matter which dimension he is from. Tis issue does focus on Zordon. He may not be a Ranger but he is still a hero. Zordon is dead, long may he live.
Zordon is focused on Tommy both the evil and good versions. He believes in Tommy.
There needed to be more to this story though. There is no action. No drama. Only a little build up and setting up for next issue.
“The Ongoing Misdventures of Squatt & Baboo” Squatt and Baboo are finding this new world this version of Earth difficult to survive in. They face Goldar and many other monstrous creatures. Here in this world unlike in the regular world they stand tall and ready to fight. It is always great to see an underdog standing up. The art is done in a fun manner but yet it still has some of the characters our stars showing bravery.
Zordon is a hero who does act for the betterment of all. You can and will admire him. His energy form is drawn with a look of someone in control.

About Richard Vasseur

Richard Vasseur is a Canadian who has had a love of comic books his entire life. I started out as just a fan reading comics every chance I had. This evolved into writing reviews for a small newsletter which evolved into having my own column at Jazma Online and doing interviews. I also worked briefly as a columnist at Comic's Buyers Guide. Everyday I am involved with doing something comic book related and I love the hobby.
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