If you're a regular ComicsAlliance reader who also picked up Kyle Higgins and Hendry Prasetya's Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #1 this week, you might have had a moment of confusion when the very first page kicked off the comic by welcoming you to Ranger Station. Despite the striking resemblance, that's not me up there introducing CA's weekly look back at the Power Rangers television show --- it's actually young Farkas "Bulk" Bulkmeier giving you the name of his podcast.
That's right, everybody. In case you missed it, Bulk and Skull have a podcast about the Power Rangers called Ranger Station, and that's actually pretty great.
Q: As something that's seems so dated after 20 years, how does Power Rangers hold up as a superhero show? -- @prograpslady
A: In case you missed it, last Wednesday marked the 20th anniversary of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Well, in America, anyway -- Kyoru Sentai Zyuranger hit that mark last year in Japan, and it was the 16th season of Super Sentai when it started -- but still, it's a pretty big milestone. And between me and Caleb Goellner, who loves Power Rangers like the rest of you love oxygen, there was plenty of excitement here at ComicsAlliance when the big day rolled around.
As for how it holds up, well, I'll be the first to admit that a lot of it doesn't. At all. But even when that's the case, it's still absolutely fascinating.
In addition to the title of Editor-in-Chief/Chief Creative Officer at IDW, Chris Ryall's resume also includes a certain morphenomenal acting credit. Roughly 20 years ago, a young Ryall was an extra on the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers series, with a prominent cameo in episode 3, "Teamwork...
San Diego Comic-Con comes but once a year, but when it does it brings good cheer I usually do my best to track down anyone I can who is involved with the Power Rangers. What can I say? Tokusatsu, original or localized, is just my jam like that...
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