The Rangers’ next adventure, co-starring Lord Drakkon, goes on sale next Wednesday.
Ready to dig into the next issue of “Power Rangers,” featuring the Omega Rangers and Lord Drakkon in outer space searching for allies while on the run from the Empyreals? The comic book series, running in conjunction with “Mighty Morphin,” boasts the franchise having two teams for two series, as the Unlimited Power era continues with the Omega Rangers teaming up with Drakkon.
Published by BOOM! Studios under license from toymaker Hasbro, “Power Rangers” No. 7, written by Ryan Parrott with art by Francesco Mortarino, goes on sale May 19. The issue also features the art contributions of colorists Raúl Angulo and Jose Enrique Fernández, and letterer Ed Dukeshire.
The issue’s main cover is illustrated by Matteo Scalera, with variant covers by Daniele Di Nicuolo and Peach Momoko.
The Power Rangers are celebrating 28 years of continuously being on television, according to a press release from BOOM! Studios, with nearly 900 episodes shown to date. Launched in 1993 on Fox by creator Haim Saban, the franchise began with “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.” Now on “Power Rangers Dino Fury,” the show airs Saturdays on Nickelodeon.
See a five-page preview of the new issue below, in addition to the variant covers, courtesy of BOOM! Studios.