Power Rangers #29, BOOM! Studios

(Courtesy of BOOM! Studios)

Just as superhero action ramps up, the epic crossover intensifies to a breaking point in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #29 (BOOM! Studios). In the war against Drakkon, The Power Rangers strike their own attack, in revenge for the loss of a friend.

The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and their allies prepare their final counterattack against Drakkon, as a new ally makes it through their world and Zordon makes a last-ditch call for help.

Here are 5 reasons why you should pick up Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #29:

5) What Happened Before!

In the previous installment, Tommy’s evil counterpart crossed over into another dimension. Just when Kimberly and Tommy were on their first date, Drakkon delivered a shocking fatal blow, murdering his counterpart. The Rangers struggle to gain the upper hand as Drakkon’s deadly invasion continues.

4) Teens With Attitude!

Writer Kyle Higgins really gets to focus on Jason aka the Red Ranger and have him step up as the leader. I really liked howJason is given the spotlight to explain his attack. Through Ed Dukeshire’s lettering, Jason’s “battle plans” talk is seen as gung-ho and dangerous at the same time.

3) The Artwork!

With ink assistance by Simon Di Gianfelice, artist Daniele Di Nicuolo captures the the frightening strength of Drakkon. Though the violence happens offscreen, it’s such a frightening shot of Drakkon grabbing someone’s neck and taking another life. We then see the horrified reactions of the Rangers behind their helmets.

2) The Colors! The Colors!

Colorist Walter Baiamonte paints a vivid palette when the Ranger Slayer shows up. Notice how the pink shades vibrantly glow in the green hue. I just loved the use of primary colors in the last pages!

1) A Fantastic Read!

Overall, the high stakes are kicked up another notch in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #29. I cannot wait to see what happens next!

Rating:

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Three out of four emojis

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #29 is available in stores on July 18, 2018.

By Jorge Solis

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