Classic Team Line-Ups Unite In JUSTICE LEAGUE/MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS #2 (Exclusive Preview)

While a whole new version of ’90s icons The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers are coming soon to the big screen, the original versions have been making a comeback of their own in the comics world of late, thanks to publisher BOOM! Studios. In addition to them getting their own comic, last month saw the first issue of the Power Rangers’ first ever crossover with the greatest superhero team of all time, DC Comics’  very own Justice League, as part of a six issue Justice League/ Mighty Morphin Power Rangers  mini-series written by Injustice: Gods Among Us writer  Tom Taylor, and illustrated by Stephen Byrne.

And who are the big bads that are so evil it takes both the world’s greatest superheroes and the super teens united to stop them? Turns out, It’s “Mr. Rita Repulsa” himself, classic Power Ranger villain Lord Zedd, who is teamed up together with Superman’s #1 cosmic menace, the evil artificial intelligence known as Brainiac. Can the evil duo stop the sheer amount of primary colored goodness which makes up the Justice League of America and the Power Rangers together? You’ll have to read issue #2 to find out!And you can check out our exclusive preview of the first five pages of Justice League/Power Rangers #2 in our gallery below!

Publisher: BOOM! Studios/ DC Comics
Writer: Tom Taylor
Artist: Stephen Byrne
Cover Artist: Karl Kerschl

Here’s the official synopsis:

“Lost in another dimension, the Power Rangers must face a team unlike any they’ve ever encountered! In a world teeming with god-like heroes and villains as monstrous as Lord Zedd, it will take more than superpowers to survive. Can the Power Rangers work with the Justice League to find a way back home? Co-published with BOOM! Studios”

Justice League/Power Rangers #2  is due to hit stores on Wednesday, February 8

Are you excited about this latest colorful crossover? Let us know what you think down below in the comments.

Images: BOOM! Studios / DC Comics

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