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Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers Volume 6 Details

The cover and the synopsis for Boom! Studios’ Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers: Volume 6 have been released.

Boom! Studios’ Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers Volumes serve as a compliment to their ongoing issues, compiling multiple issues into one action-packed book. Volume 6 will contain Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers: Forever Rangers, the epic finale of the comic’s first story arc, and Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers: Back To School, the one-off story.

Fans can pre-order Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers: Volume 6 by clicking here.

The volume will cover stories that include the Power Rangers going on spring break, and the grand finale that the Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers comic book series has spent nearly two years building up to.

The stories will be written by Ryan Parrott, with artwork by Eleonora Carlini, Francesco Mortarino, and Jim Towe.

Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers: Volume 6 will release in February 2020. Fans can find the official synopsis below.

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The first year of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers concludes with an epic confrontation against an unexpected enemy and the arrival of a new student who’ll change their lives forever – plus, a special look at what the Power Rangers do during Spring Break!


Is this the end? Alpha One is bent on revenge against Zordon, his creator, and willing to kill anyone in his way, including the Power Rangers!. But when it looks as though their combined strength might not be enough to stop their unexpected foe, the Power Rangers must reach deep and ask themselves just how far they are willing to go to save Zordon, Angel Grove, and the rest of humanity from Alpha One’s plans. Plus, it’s Spring Break for the Rangers, and the first time since they received their Power Coins that they’ll be apart. As they each embark on their own week-long vacation, these teenagers with attitude discover that being a hero doesn’t always mean having to morph!

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