|This article is about a/an villain in the Power Rangers comic sub-franchise by Boom! Studios.|
Dayne is an evil Sirian bounty hunter who is hired by Lord Zedd to eliminate the Power Rangers. He is one of the central antagonists of the Necessary Evil story arc of the comic.
Dayne chronologically first appeared in the comics timeline during Jason's connection to the timestream to recover his memories from the Shattered Grid event, seeing a glimpse of the future where a greater evil than Lord Drakkon threatened the entire universe with Dyane being one of the evils he foresaw.
Dayne had been in prison for unknown reasons until Lord Zedd bribed the officials to transport him to the Moon. He killed at least six guards enroute to his destination and then was released. Lord Zedd proposed a bounty contract to Dayne: kill the Power Rangers any way he can and he would be handsomely rewarded. Dayne stated that he didn't normally do jobs like this, but since Lord Zedd is an old friend and pays well, anything is negotiable.
Dayne is a no-nonsense bounty hunter, who loves a challenge. Though not fond of "small jobs", he is more than willing to agree to them if his customer pays well. He shows great analytical prowess, watching several hours of footage that Zedd has collected on the Rangers in order to find out the weakneses in their strategies, team structures, combat training and weaponry. This analytical mind also gives him the ability to read a target's personality and deduce ways to tear them down by exploting character flaws or weaknesses so they can eventually fall prey to him.
- Micro-Yield EMP Emitter- an EMP device Dayne can use that nullifies some of the Power Ranger's weapons such as the Blade Blasters.
- Plasma Energy Batons: Dayne has lightsaber-like energy batons he can utilize for combat. They also can configure into whips, an energy shield or a double edged plasma blade.
Behind the Scenes
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- Dayne's name is possibly a play on Great Dane, a large breed of dog.
- Dayne is the third Sirian to be featured in Power Rangers, after Anubis Cruger and his wife, Isinia Cruger.
- He is the second villain to be a bounty hunter, the first being Sledge.
- His jacket bears similarities to the one of Super Megaforce Silver.