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Latest revision as of 12:04, March 17, 2020

Boom! Studios has gone a bit crazy with variant covers in recent years, presumably to boost profits by utilizing the collector's market. This presents a problem for us as the variants on the Power Rangers comic page have overtaken the category in terms of proportion. This page is a means to try and design a solution to the problem so editing can be easier in the future.


Figuarts templateEdit

After seeing what the crew at Kamen Rider Wiki have done for the S.H. figuarts page, I thought of trying to test something similar.

Key Standard SDCC Exclusive Main Cover Artist Variant Comic Shop Variant Convention Exclusive Sales Variant

See S.H. FiguartsIcon-crosswiki for proposed design.

Simple CatalogEdit

Simply organize the variants by specific tabbers and code accordingly. Everything would be neatly placed and hopefully require little fuss to maintain and update.

Main Covers
Portrait Civilian/Ranger variants by Miguel Mercado
Retro Movie Poster Variants by Natacha Bustos Comic covers that are homages to movie poster art of classic films from the 1980s and 1990s.
Retro Cover Variants 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.
Retro Album Cover Variants: The retro covers that replaced the movie poster variants, each one references a nostalgic album record cover.
Angel Grove Yearbook Variants
"Social Media" Variants

Main Covers
Helmet Variants 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.
Retro Variants: These covers illustrate key moments in Power Rangers history and have borders that replicate the ones from Marvel Comics 1990s era books.
Retro Trading Card Variants:Variant covers that resemble old 1990s Power Rangers trading cards created by Kris Anka.

Special Purchase: Cover variants that were only available to a limited number of people on a "first come, first served" basis.
X-Men Variant Covers by Dan Mora
SDCC Diamond Select
SDCC Helmet Variants

WonderCon
Power Morphicon
Keystone Comic Con
Colorado Springs Comic Con
New York Comic Con
Honolulu Comic Con
Emerald City Comic Con
Alamo Comic Con
Baltimore Comic Con
Coast to Coast Comic Con
Denver Comic Con
Motor City Comic Con

Dimension X
Scorpion Comics
Kirby's Comics
Legends
Exceed
Fried Pie
Heroes and Fantasies
SoCal Games and Comics
Ultimate Comics

List (placeholder)Edit

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

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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

FOCEdit

by Julian Totino Tedesco

Boom tedesco cover

Both covers

X-men Tribute CoverEdit

by Dan Mora

SDCC Xmen doublegtefold

The full cover in retro colors at SDCC

SDCC Xmen doublegtefold2

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

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Connecting covers

Beyond the Grid reflection variantsEdit

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 were 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.

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