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On The Shelf: @Boomstudios Is Celebrating 25yrs Of Power Rangers With Artist Tribute

In celebration of Power Rangers’ 25th Anniversary, BOOM! Studios and Saban Brands announce the SABAN’S POWER RANGERS ARTIST TRIBUTE, an oversized, commemorative hardcover collecting more than 60 pieces of original artwork featuring Power Ranger teams across all 25 years of the franchise, from Mighty Morphin to RPM to Ninja Steel. Debuting in March 2018, the special-edition, collector item features some of the most dynamic talents in comics, including Kris Anka (Runaways), Adam Gorham (Black Panther), Marcus To (Joyride), Dan Mora (Klaus), and more.

Saban's Power Rangers Artist Tribute

“Fans are going to love this special look at the legacy of Power Rangers through the eyes of some of our favorite artists,” says Dafna Pleban, Editor, BOOM! Studios. “This is just the beginning of our Megazord-sized plans at BOOM! Studios to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Power Rangers, which includes big news for our monthly Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and Saban’s Go Go Power Rangersseries.”

      
Power Rangers Turbo by             Power Rangers Zeo by               Power Rangers Ninja Steel by
Robert Sammelin                        Kris Anka                                 Ricardo Bessa

SABAN’S POWER RANGERS ARTIST TRIBUTE features an Introduction written by iconic Mighty Morphin Power Rangers actor Paul Schrier (“Bulk”), an Afterword by Brian Casentini (Executive Producer, Power Rangers content), and a cover illustrated by Felipe Massafera (Planet of the Apes/Green Lantern).

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