First Impression Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #103


The Rangers are amidst a whirlwind of change, facing both old adversaries and formidable new ones that keep them on their toes. Yet, it’s the internal conflicts that truly captivate in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Melissa Flores, the writer, delves into the fractures emerging within the team and their differing views on Zordon’s strategies. Kimberly and Aisha particularly present compelling arguments, prompting essential questions. When confrontation erupts, artist Simona Di Gianfelice, colorist Raul Angulo, and letterer Ed Dukeshire infuse the scenes with vibrant energy, making fight sequences come alive. As for the unexpected conclusion, its eerie execution is flawless, leaving me intrigued about the direction of the storyline ahead.