Comic Review: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #7

t's not easy to jump into a book at number seven and try to figure out how the story is playing out, but I figured that since I grew up as a casual fan, that I would take on the task.

This book expelled nostalgia from my body starting with page one. Seeing the original characters brought me back, and created intrigue. The Power Rangers are in some serious business, as the crew is split up and they don’t have their powers.

Wait, Zordon is Dead? Alpha is destroyed and Rita, sitting where the Power Rangers call home, is very close to taking over the entire world.

This book makes me feel like a kid again, but has some very adult situations going on. I mean, the world is being taken over by Rita, the Rangers are at a stand still with their Zords, they have an inability to access the morphin grid and Billy is nowhere in sight. 

The art is absolutely awesome. It matches the story very well and Hendry Prasetya makes it feels like 1993 again just like the show grainy and original. By the end of it all you really start to wonder how they are going to get out of this one. The last few pages make you come back for more with a light at the end of the tunnel. 

Rating: 8.5/10 The art is absolutely awesome. It matches Kyle Higgins' story very well, and Hendry Prasetya makes the book feel like 1993 again.