A Follow-Up To The Spectacular Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Crossover Will Be Released By BOOM! Studios
IDW Publishing and the studio are working together to create an original 2019 series.
For the follow-up, author Ryan Parrott is back, and inside art will now also be handled by cover artist Dan Mora.
According to a press release from Senior Editor Dafna Pleban, “The inaugural Formidable Morphin Power Rangers and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles meet up resulted in legendary moments like the introduction of the Green Ranger Shredder, the Ninja Rangers, and the mighty Turtlezord!”
So wait until you witness what happens next for both teams when they encounter well-known characters and surprising enemies in a journey filled with brand-new, unexpected twists and turns if you believe that nothing could possibly top that!
Along with this fantastic crossover, BOOM! The studio revealed the Power Rangers franchise’s lofty goals when the monthly series neared issue #100. Acquiring the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers issue, 11.01 initiates the “Recharged” state of affairs.
The entire team will reassemble around the same time frame that the original Rangers Jason, Trini, and Zack played in their own shows, and the combined Rangers will face out against new foes and dangers to Angel Grove.
I can stop stepping away because it’s an absolute dream, Flores remarked. The upcoming issues will take readers on a wild adventure that aims to respect the series’ fantastic legacy while pushing the Rangers to their extreme boundaries.
A new creative team will be introduced to the series. Previously a producer on the TV show, writer Melissa Flores will collaborate with artist Simona Di Gianfelice on this project (All-New Firefly).
The opportunity to write Mighty Morphin Power Rangers is a genuine dream come true for Flores, who added, “I can’t stop pinching myself.”
“The upcoming issues will include a crazy adventure that aims to commemorate the wonderful legacy of this legendary series and push the Rangers to their very boundaries,” says the author.