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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Issue #42 Details

The Mighty Mighty Morphin Power Rangers are back in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #42, hitting stores in August 2019!

The issue will continue the Power Rangers: Necessary Evil storyline, where the White Ranger makes his long awaited debut into BOOM! Studios’ comic book line. The comic book publisher even promises that Power Rangers: Necessary Evil will change everything you think you know with a shocking new reveal.

In this issue, the Rangers will discover a secret that may tear the team apart!

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #42 will be the third issue with writer Ryan Parrott at the helm of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers comic book series, and promises the debut of a brand new villain!

Power Rangers: Necessary Evil will bring back the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers team of Jason, Billy, Zack, Trini, Kimberly, and Tommy – and revolve around the fallout of Power Rangers: Shattered Grid.

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #42 will be written by writer Ryan Parrott, and designed by artist Daniele Di Nicuolo.

Fans can check out the official covers and synopsis for Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #42 below.

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The issue will release in August 2019.

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NECESSARY EVIL continues as the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers have returned—just in time to discover a secret that may tear apart the team!

Writer: Ryan Parrott
Artist: Daniele Di Nicuolo
Main Cover: Goni Montes
Variant Cover: Kris Anka

2 thoughts on “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Issue #42 Details

  1. You wanna know the real reason why I still never like Cameron Jebo and his character Orion? I’ll tell you why, because of that lazy selfish treacherous & disrespectful former producer – Mr. Tzachor, Cameron Jebo had corruptedly almost stolen Christina Masterson from Andrew Gray while filming Megaforce S2 in New Zealand.
    And by the way, Andrew Gray and Christina Masterson’s characters – Troy & Emma should’ve just just ended up together before at the end of Megaforce S2, if Cameron Jebo had never been casted for Megaforce S2.

    1. …So you don’t like the actor Cameron Jebo, for a decision that was made not by him, and for a plot point that is part of the character he plays?

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