Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers Issue #23 is coming to stores this September, and it looks like a familiar foe is returning!
In September 2019, Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers Issue #23 will release and the main cover features Lord Drakkon battling the Red Ranger.
The evil, alternate-reality version of Tommy Oliver has returned since his days as the primary antagonist of Shattered Grid. How has he returned, and what is the evildoer up to this time? Fans will have to find out when the issue drops on September 11, 2019.
The issue will be connected to the Power Rangers: Necessary Evil storyline in conjunction with the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers comic book series, where the White Ranger makes his long awaited debut into BOOM! Studios’ line. The comic book publisher even promises that Power Rangers: Necessary Evil will change everything you think you know with a shocking new reveal.
The issue will be written by writers Ryan Parrott and Sina Grace, and designed by artist Francseco Mortarino.
Fans can check out the official covers for Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers Issue #23 below – which features a Power Rangers inspired throwback to Weezer’s Blue album from the 1990’s!
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Writer: Ryan Parrott, Sina Grace
Artist: Francseco Mortarino
Main Cover: Ivan Shavrin
Variant Cover: Miguel Mercado
Variant Cover: Amelia Vidal
7 thoughts on “Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers Issue #23 Details”
Power Rangers is now taking up the annoying tendencies of superhero comics. Nobody dies and events always interrupt other books.
Can someone call me when these stop being the Tommy comic featuring other rangers sometimes maybe?
People are reading about ” Mighty Morphin Power Rangers ” and think that tommy will just cease to exist ? lmao
This is why its need ” In Space ” or ” Time Force ” comics. New and differents teams of rangers
It tried something new with Beyond The Grid and sales dropped.
because the writer was a stupid activist looking to infect Power Rangers instead of a writing a good story. The sales Dropped because her ideas were poorly executed
Being mad a Power Rangers comic focuses on Tommy is like being mad an X-Men comic focuses on Wolverine. I’m glad Drakkon is back.