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Power Rangers: Shattered Grid To Debut New Zord

The newest chapters of POWER RANGERS: SHATTERED GRID from BOOM! Studios and Saban Brands are bringing to life new, never-before-seen Rangers and Zords!

This June, Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers #10 from writer Ryan Parrott will introduce the Ranger Slayer, an evil new Power Ranger under Lord Drakkon who threatens to eliminate the future of the Power Rangers by destroying their pasts!

While the Ranger Slayer’s identity remains unknown, the evildoer will debut a brand new Zord as seen in the main cover of Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers #10 by Dan Mora. The Ranger Slayer’s Zord sports a hybrid-like design consisting of several iconic Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Zords including the White Ranger’s Tigerzord, Red Ranger’s Dragonzord, Tor the Shuttlezord, and more.

This June will also feature the release of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #28, from writer Kyle Higgins and artist Daniele di Nicuolo. In the newest issue, the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers split into two strike forces – with one teaming up with Power Rangers Time Force, and the other teaming up with Power Rangers RPM.

Together, they must battle across worlds to take down Lord Drakkon even as all hope appears to be fading.

The issue’s main cover by Jamal Campbell features Power Rangers S.P.D. working together with Power Rangers RPM to take on an army of Lord Drakkon’s evil Sentries – military-styled soldiers that offer a heavyweight twist on classic Power Rangers suits.

POWER RANGERS: SHATTERED GRID will run from March through August 2018 in one of the most highly anticipated events of the Power Rangers’ year-long 25th anniversary celebration.

“Now that we’ve assembled so many iconic Power Rangers in one place, we’re putting them together in all-new teams to bring a whole new dimension to the fight against Lord Drakkon. And with the Ranger Slayer debuting a new Zord in their conflict with the Mighty Morphin team, this is the biggest month of POWER RANGERS: SHATTERED GRID yet!” – Dafna Pleban, Editor, BOOM! Studios

Fans can check out additional variant covers for Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #28 and Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers #10 below, including an all-Yellow Ranger cover featuring 25 years of powerful Yellow Rangers.

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POWER RANGERS: SHATTERED GRID‘s story line follows Lord Drakkon – an evil alternate-reality version of Tommy Oliver – who’s returned with a newly reformed deadly army that threatens the existence of every Power Ranger ever. In order to combat the threat, the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers will join forces with popular faces and teams from all across the franchise’s 25-year history in an event like never seen before.

Fans can buy print copies of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #28 and Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers #10 on sale in June 2018 at local comic book shops (use comicshoplocator.com to find the one nearest you) or at the BOOM! Studios webstore. Digital copies can be purchased from content providers like comiXology, iBooks, Google Play, and the BOOM! Studios app.

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      1. You people are sheep and you have no idea how to think for yourselves. It was forced and not needed. Look up the gay agenda and the emasculation agenda, they’re also gonna eventually try to turn pedophilia into a trendy thing also in case you didn’t know, are you gonna call people pedophobic for disagreeing? Wouldn’t surprise me. Stop trying to pretend it’s diversity when it’s not. This is supposed to be a franchise for children, SJW garbage helps nobody.

        1. Tin foil slipped off man. Some of your paranoid insecurities gushed out.

          Should probably get some of that worked out in therapy, but whatever. Spouting it on a Power Ranger conversation will probably work.


          On topic though, new zord looks sick. Super psyched for this story arc.

          Also I hope thwy have a whole team of male Pink rangers.

          Just to tick this dude off.

        2. So you’re gay and you’re trying hard to deny your sexuality right? You know there are gay characters on Disney now and shows like sailor moon have had same sex relation storylines and that was decades ago. You know what makes a person gay? Actually being gay idiot

    1. I don’t see any part of the Ranger Slayer’s zord that looks like it has some parts of the Falconzord built into. So where do you see parts from the Falconzord?

      Also, remember, there is the possibility that the Coinless (the resistance force against Lord Drakkon in his timeline) may have recovered (and maybe even repaired) the Falconzord (after Lord Drakkon brought it down in order to capture Tommy in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Issue #14) so that they could maybe Drakkon from using it against them since it was still operational and only damaged. It will remain to be seen as to whether or not Boom Studios will reveal the final fate of the Falconzord from Drakkon’s timeline regardless of whether or not my theory is proven (or disproven) to be true.

  1. That new Megazord combination is what the Thunder Ultrazord should’ve been. Of course with the restrictions they had then it probably would’ve been extremely tedious, but nevertheless, this one is still waaaaaaaaaaaay better.

  2. I love that cover of Jason looking back at his Red Ranger suit and especially seeing that smile on Jason’s face that kinda sums up the series imo.

  3. This is dope. After Typhonis I was hoping we would get more hybrid-zords.

    But the Ranger Slayer… What even is that? The suit looks like a mix and match of Koragg the Knight-Wolf (helmet) and Mystic Force Red (silhouette is red and with a long cape. That’s all I have to go off of).

    1. That isn’t the ranger Slayer it’s another ranger being introduced in the issue before it come on can you at least can use your head for a second

      1. Dude. Chill.

        I’m speculating on the silhouette. It does not look like any ranger in existence thus far. But it has subtle design nods. And they use the image in an article talking about the Ranger Slayer.

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