Shattered Grid No More: First Look at Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers #13

The grid has been shattered, so what’s left for the Power Rangers? Time to return to the humdrum life of regular ongoing monthly comics with nary a super-mega-crossover event tie-in in site. But cheer up, PowerBronies — life must go on, and so BOOM! has unveiled the first look at Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers #13, in which a new storyline begins, which will, presumably, begin setting the stage for another super-mega-crossover event next year.

A press release elaborates:

BOOM! Studios and Hasbro unveiled today a first look at SABAN’S GO GO POWER RANGERS #13, kicking off a major new storyline in the aftermath of Shattered Grid this October from series writer Ryan Parrott and new series artist Eleonora Carlini (Batgirl).

After coming face-to-face with the Ranger Slayer, the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers are still trying to make sense of the incredible encounter and settling back into their normal teen lives. Little do they know that Rita Repulsa is setting into motion a plan to retrieve an artifact that might be the key to besting Zordon and the Rangers once and for all – the Green Power Coin!

This issue features a main cover by Dan Mora (Klaus), along with variant covers by Miguel Mercado (Over The Garden Wall), Audrey Mok (Archie) and Natacha Bustos (Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur).

And BOOM! Senior Editor Dafna Pleban tries to shake the post-crossover blues by claiming that this story, not Shattered Grid, is actually the biggest Power Rangers story ever:

After Shattered Grid, this is the only comic book series where you can see the five original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers in action. Now we’re going to see the biggest story in SABAN’S GO GO POWER RANGERS yet, as Ryan and Eleonora reveal a massive piece of Ranger history and take the team places you never imagined!

Well played, Dafna. Well played. Look for Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers #13 in stores on October 10th.

About Jude Terror

A prophecy says that in the comic book industry's darkest days, a hero will come to lead the people through a plague of overpriced floppies, incentive variant covers, #1 issue reboots, and super-mega-crossover events.

Scourge of Rich Johnston, maker of puns, and seeker of the Snyder Cut, Jude Terror, sadly, is not the hero comics needs right now... but he's the one the industry deserves.

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