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A storyline that showcases the events of the White Ranger's first year as the leader of the Power Rangers and Jason, Zack and Trini's activities as black ops Rangers from the Mighty Morphin comic, while the Go Go Power Rangers tie ins show how the three left the team and the comic's version of the events of "[[White Light]]". It also deals with some lingering consequences of the events from Shattered Grid, such as an intergalactic cult of Morphin Grid empowered individuals who threaten the existence of Rangers everywhere in the universe.
==Backup Features==
==Backup Features==

Latest revision as of 19:47, January 18, 2020

This article is about a/an series of comics set in the Power Rangers comic sub-franchise by Boom! Studios.

Power Rangers began in 2016 when Boom! Studios acquired the license after Hamilton Comics, Image Comics, Marvel Comics and Papercutz. Starting off as a modernized telling of the goings on in the middle of adventures set in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, the series soon evolved into its own universe and mythology, while remaining firmly grounded in its MMPR roots.


Mighty Morphin Power RangersEdit

Main article: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (Boom! Studios)

Set in the timeframe after Tommy joined the team as the Green Ranger. This series initially focuses on Rita's attempted conquest of Earth, but then shifts to a battle with an evil Ranger from the World of the Coinless. It also sheds new light on what it turns out to have been Zordon's original Rangers.

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers PinkEdit

Main article: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Pink

Set in the timeframe after Kim had left the team for some time, 'Pink' finds Kimberly fending off family drama AND a monster attack, powerless and on her own, until some old friends show up to help. This spin-off series covers the events that occur after A Different Shade of Pink, which was Kimberly's departure episode. Kimberly's family history is also delved into as well.

Go Go Power RangersEdit

Main article: Go Go Power Rangers (Boom! Studios)

Set in the timeframe after the first five Mighty Morphin Rangers received their powers, the series also delves into the Rangers' intepersonal relationships.

Annuals and SpecialsEdit

The annuals tell short stories that supplement the storylines in the other series, such as anecdote, side adventures and even origin stories.


These are one-shots outside of the annual or regular series format.

Power Rangers: AftershockEdit

Main article: Power Rangers: Aftershock 

Announced by Lionsgate and Boom Studios in December 2016, this graphic novel, despite not being part of the universe of previous comics, is a continuation of the 2017 film.

Justice League/Power RangersEdit

Main article: Justice League/Power Rangers

At the 2016 New York Comic Con, DC Comics and Boom! Studios announced that they would be doing a six issue mini-series crossover between the Justice League and Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers. The publishers began releasing issues starting in January of 2017 and concluded the crossover in September of 2017.

Power Rangers: Soul of the DragonEdit

Main article: Power Rangers Soul of the Dragon

After his time as the Black Dino Ranger in Dino ThunderTommy Oliver has moved on from being a Ranger, letting the S.P.D. Rangers defend the world. Unfortunately, his son goes missing, and he'll have to discover some things about his past and join up with some surprising teammates to find him and bring him home safely.

Power Rangers: The Psycho PathEdit

Main article: Power Rangers: The Psycho Path

The struggle between good and evil goes galactic as secret origins are revealed and lives are changed forever in this epic original graphic novel story that delves deep into the origins and motivations of the ultimate adversaries of the Power Rangers, the Psycho Rangers! They are faster, stronger, and smarter…but evil. Created by Karone when she was still the evil Astronema, the Psycho Rangers were programmed with overwhelming hate for all things Power Rangers. They were defeated at great personal cost by the Power Rangers, but now someone has brought them back and they are more murderous than ever before.

Who brought these monstrous, twisted Rangers back, and why? And can Karone, the former Lost Galaxy Pink Ranger, and her brother Andros, the Red In Space Ranger, stop the Psychos before they bring the universe to its knees?

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/Teenage Mutant Ninja TurtlesEdit

Main article: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

The Power Rangers arrive in New York City to find Tommy Oliver - AKA The Mighty Morphin Green Ranger - but soon discover he's joined forces with the villainous Shredder and the Foot Clan! As the Rangers are sent reeling by this betrayal, they're confronted by another (fr)enemy - the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! Can these heroes find a way to work together to defeat the bad guys and save the world from total destruction?!

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers ArchiveEdit

Main article: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Archive

This is a collection that publishes comics made by Boom's predecessors in Power Rangers comics.


Shattered GridEdit

Main article: Shattered Grid

Lord Drakkon has escaped Grace Sterling when Saba's attempt on his life fails. He then powers up with the help of Ninjor who thinks him an ally. Jen Scotts travels to the present time and universe of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers to prevent temporal aberrations that are happening across universes. The timeline has also fractured to protect the Morphin Grid and has separated each Ranger team's timelines and aligned them so they are all concurrent but in different worlds. Because of this the Rangers must stand together to defeat Lord Drakkon. The legacy of the Rangers is at stake.

Beyond the GridEdit

Main article: Beyond the Grid

Necessary EvilEdit

Main article: Necessary Evil

A storyline that showcases the events of the White Ranger's first year as the leader of the Power Rangers and Jason, Zack and Trini's activities as black ops Rangers from the Mighty Morphin comic, while the Go Go Power Rangers tie ins show how the three left the team and the comic's version of the events of "White Light". It also deals with some lingering consequences of the events from Shattered Grid, such as an intergalactic cult of Morphin Grid empowered individuals who threaten the existence of Rangers everywhere in the universe.

Backup FeaturesEdit

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers comics featured backup features featuring duos in the Power Rangers universe. The backup features were eventually abandoned in order for writers and artists to meet deadlines, as finishing the last back up feature ran into problems and errors during production.

The Ongoing Adventures of Bulk and SkullEdit

The first set of backup stories focused on the lovable goofs of the franchise, Bulk and Skull and their adventures, from being duped into controlling one of Rita's monsters to being forced to be with Lt. Stone.

The Ongoing Adventures of Squatt and BabooEdit

Squatt and Baboo create a series of magical explosives that can send the Power Rangers away and trap them in a parallel or alternate universe. The two bumbling villains accidentally use it on themselves and get sent hurtling across space and time. As they travel across realities, they decide to try to be heroes and find a place where they can have a better life...only to fail each time.

The Ongoing Adventures of Blue Senturion and NinjorEdit

A story written in the style of late 1980s/early 1990s buddy cop films. In 2205, Blue Senturion must investigate a series of thefts involving historical Power Rangers artifacts and reluctantly teams up with Ninjor to find and apprehend the criminal after a misunderstanding with Blue Senturion thinking he was a suspect.


Main article: Power Rangers (Boom Studios)/Covers

Across the different series, the Power Rangers comics have a collectible aspect to them, with covers matching those from either the same series or different series.

Helmet VariantsEdit

by Goñi Montes, these were helmet tributes to each Ranger that then expanded to other variations with other items as well. These are the most easily recognized covers of the variant series. Limited holofoil variants of the covers have been printed starting with the 40th issue of MMPR.

Zord Incentive VariantsEdit

by Goñi Montes

Villain Incentive VariantsEdit

by various artists

Action Figure Incentive VariantsEdit

by various artists

Exceed Zord and Ranger variantsEdit

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Exceed covers together

These Zord and Ranger variants, minus the Megazord, come together to form one big poster.

Ultimate Comics Megazord variantsEdit

Dimension X variantsEdit

Variant covers that depict the Rangers and Goldar in an ancient ukiyo-e art style.

Splash Connecting CoversEdit

by Felipe Smith


Full cover across series

Retro variantsEdit

These covers illustrate key moments in Power Rangers history and have borders that replicate the ones from Marvel Comics 1990s era books.

Morphin VariantsEdit

by Goñi Montes

Connecting CoversEdit

by Steve Morris

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12 issues make one massive art piece

Morpher CoversEdit

by Miguel Mercado


by Julian Totino Tedesco

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Both covers

X-men Tribute CoverEdit

by Dan Mora

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The full cover in retro colors at SDCC

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The full cover in new color

SDCC Xmen comparison

Comparison with X-men cover

Justice League teamup coversEdit

Versus VariantEdit

by Dan Mora

All RangersEdit

by Carlos Fabián Villa, Joana LaFuente and Linda Lithen

Gold Foil variantsEdit

Portrait Civilian/Ranger VariantsEdit

by Miguel Mercado

Locker VariantsEdit

by Michelle Wong

Homage VariantsEdit

by Natacha Bustos

Comic covers that are homages to movie poster art of classic films from the 1980s and 1990s.

Album Cover VariantsEdit

The retro covers that replaced the movie poster variants, each one references a nostalgic album record cover.

Paper DollsEdit

Paperdol cover foldout

Each paperdoll cover folds out for more outfits from the comic

by Audrey Mok

Retro (Go Go)Edit

by Audrey Mok
Covers that are stylized in the form of 1960s Gold Key comic covers, with each of them referencing a classic episode of MMPR.

Shattered Grid/Beyond the Grid Connecting CoversEdit

for Baltimore Comic-Con by French Carlomagno


Connecting covers

Beyond the Grid reflection vriantsEdit

by Miguel Mercado

Retro Trading Card VariantsEdit

Variant covers that resemble old 1990s Power Rangers trading cards created by Kris Anka.

Story VariantsEdit

by Dan Mora
These variants will be printed during the Necessary Evil story arc, each cover would depict a comic page or panel and all assemble to form one cohesive mini-story involving the Emissaries Three and the immediate events after Shattered Grid.

Showcase VariantsEdit

by Jason Griffths


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