Published by BOOM! Studios, Mighty Morphin #7 written by Ryan Parrott and illustrated by Marco Renna. Colours are by Walter Baiamonte with colour assistance from Katia Ranalli & Sara Antonellini. Letter are by Ed Dukeshire. Main cover art is by Inhyuk Lee.
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It’s The New Mighty Morphin Team versus…The New Green Ranger! But whoever’s left standing will have to deal with Lord Zedd’s shocking machinations. And his even more surprising ally.
Like I have said in previous Mighty Morphin reviews I am fully invested in the story arc and yearn for more of the action that Ryan Parrott and Marco Renna have created so far. I was very much looking forward to sinking my teeth in to this next instalment.
#7 is no different to previous issues. Parrot’s story doesn’t let up in bringing the action at all this month. The developing story of the Rangers vs. the new Green Ranger (no spoilers on his identity) is nothing short of epic. Has the new Green Ranger sided with Zedd and his army? Parrott has you questioning: is this all a ruse? Or is the Green Ranger really bad? This is a great story that is certainly developing rapidly as the issues go on. With each issue the steaks are getting higher. Parrott takes us on a journey with the Rangers as they look as though they have surrendered to Zedd’s way, leaving the Tigerzord to fend off more punishing foes.
The Rangers struggle to keep up the fight against Zedd’s onslaught, bringing the TigerZord into play as we see an epic battle unfold on the page. All of it beautifully rendered by Renna’s illustrations. But with Zedd’s onslaught stepping up a gear, the Rangers are left to try with all their mite to rescue the Megazord and lift the forcefield that surrounds Angel Grove.
Parrot’s unrelenting action feels as though it is intensifying with each issue and I cannot get enough of it. As the book comes to an end there are some surprising twists to the tale (no spoilers) which will, no doubt, make readers desperate for issue #8 to drop next month.
Parrott has certainly done it again for me. Mighty Morphin #7 features a story that grabs you from the beginning to end, keeping the reader entranced with every page. The artwork, from the legendary Marco Renna, features an immense level of detail creating a comic world that feels like it jumps right off the page.
Another great issue to the series with superb writing and illustrations, the story is going from strength-to-strength and I am definitely looking forward to issue #8 to see where it goes next!
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