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With the Green Power Coin in her possession. Rita Repulsa will turn to an unlikely ally to activate it! Meanwhile, the Power Rangers discover Zordons history has come back to haunt them! With the Green Power Coin finally in her possession, Rita Repulsa must go into the darkest corners of her past to unlock its power. Meanwhile, the Power Rangers work to discover what With the Green Power Coin in her possession. Rita Repulsa will turn to an unlikely ally to activate it! Meanwhile, the Power Rangers discover Zordon’s history has come back to haunt them! With the Green Power Coin finally in her possession, Rita Repulsa must go into the darkest corners of her past to unlock its power. Meanwhile, the Power Rangers work to discover what exactly Rita will do next, but face an unlikely foe who has his origins in Zordon’s past.  Written by Ryan Parrott (Star Trek: Manifest Destiny) and illustrated by Eleonora Carlini (Batgirl), discover the secret history the Power Rangers revealed for the first time! Contains issues #17-20 of Saban's Go Go Power Rangers.


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With the Green Power Coin in her possession. Rita Repulsa will turn to an unlikely ally to activate it! Meanwhile, the Power Rangers discover Zordons history has come back to haunt them! With the Green Power Coin finally in her possession, Rita Repulsa must go into the darkest corners of her past to unlock its power. Meanwhile, the Power Rangers work to discover what With the Green Power Coin in her possession. Rita Repulsa will turn to an unlikely ally to activate it! Meanwhile, the Power Rangers discover Zordon’s history has come back to haunt them! With the Green Power Coin finally in her possession, Rita Repulsa must go into the darkest corners of her past to unlock its power. Meanwhile, the Power Rangers work to discover what exactly Rita will do next, but face an unlikely foe who has his origins in Zordon’s past.  Written by Ryan Parrott (Star Trek: Manifest Destiny) and illustrated by Eleonora Carlini (Batgirl), discover the secret history the Power Rangers revealed for the first time! Contains issues #17-20 of Saban's Go Go Power Rangers.

30 review for Saban's Go Go Power Rangers, Vol. 5

  1. 5 out of 5

    Books on Stereo

    Pausing the development of our main heroes, in order to give the villain backstory was genius giving more gravity to the plot.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    This is a review for Go Go Power Rangers Volumes 4 and 5, since they're basically one long story split into two, the same way as volumes 1 and 2 of the series were. I'm also assuming Volume 5 includes the Forever Rangers one-shot that ties up the story. The focus on the early days of the Power Rangers continues here, as the team continue to feel out exactly what roles they play, as well as their relationships with each other, which blossom in some surprising ways. Meanwhile, writer Ryan Parrott This is a review for Go Go Power Rangers Volumes 4 and 5, since they're basically one long story split into two, the same way as volumes 1 and 2 of the series were. I'm also assuming Volume 5 includes the Forever Rangers one-shot that ties up the story. The focus on the early days of the Power Rangers continues here, as the team continue to feel out exactly what roles they play, as well as their relationships with each other, which blossom in some surprising ways. Meanwhile, writer Ryan Parrott gives both the Green Power Coin and Rita Repulsa a hell of a lot more of a background, that sheds some light on why Rita is the way she is, and how she ends up further on in the series as well. It also manages to thread in and out of some continuity that the main Mighty Morphin' book set up, which was a nice surprise. There's also a new wrinkle in the form of Alpha-1, the predecessor to Alpha-5 (no duh) who isn't exactly everything he says he is, and puts Zordon's methodology under a microscope in a surprising way. On the art front, Dan Mora departs the series in favour of Eleonora Carlini, who I think has finally found her place in the comics world - she's bounced around at DC for a while but I never really felt like she suited the books she was assigned, but her work her is excellent. It's not as good as Mora's, but it's definitely damn close, and Raul Angulo's colours are gorgeous. The Zord battles have never looked so good. As a bridging story between Shattered Grid and Necessary Evil, as well as an examination of the early days of both the Rangers and their villains, Go Go is doing a fantastic job, and these next two volumes are living proof.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Paul Decker

    I continue to adore both of the ongoing Power Rangers series from BOOM! Studios. The Go Go series focuses more on the non-actiony things like teenage drama and backstories to iconic characters. Rita's past is a big part of this volume. We meet Rita's mother and learn that she knew Zordon. Rita reminisces about her past as she tries to get the Dragon coin to work. The rangers are being affected by living a double life Zach's not doing well with his classes. The Jason and Trini relationship gets a I continue to adore both of the ongoing Power Rangers series from BOOM! Studios. The Go Go series focuses more on the non-actiony things like teenage drama and backstories to iconic characters. Rita's past is a big part of this volume. We meet Rita's mother and learn that she knew Zordon. Rita reminisces about her past as she tries to get the Dragon coin to work. The rangers are being affected by living a double life Zach's not doing well with his classes. The Jason and Trini relationship gets a little bumpy. Kim has to deal with her parents' divorce. Alpha-1 makes his debut in this volume. I'm looking forward to where he takes the main story. He has a complicated past and relationship with Zordon. I think we're going to get into the ethics of superhero-ing. There are so many great references. Master Vile might be on his way. Tenga warriors are featured in a flashback. Not only the teenagers get drama to deal with this volume. Rita did not get along with her mother. And we learn more about Ernie's past and why he decided to open up a youth center. The artwork is excellent. The colors really capture the brightness of Power Rangers. That was one thing the 2017 film tried to get away from. I hope the upcoming film embraces the bright colors. This comic goes above and beyond the original series feel with the crispness of the colors and especially the zords. The zords get to do things in comics they would never have been able to do in 1990s live-action. This volume packs so much. I love it. This volume is a great setup for whatever Alpha-1 decides to do next volume. I give this volume a 5/5.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Adam

    This series is just consistently good! Once more expanding the Power Rangers universe we see further into Rita Repulsa's past, most notably with her mother, but we also get to see some of the skeletons in Zordon's cupboard - namely the return of the first Alpha robot: Alpha-1. Jason and Trini's blossoming relationship is also deservedly given some space. While we know the end is coming for this series (it was only ever meant as a bridge to the mainstream MMPR comic) it has been a solid example of This series is just consistently good! Once more expanding the Power Rangers universe we see further into Rita Repulsa's past, most notably with her mother, but we also get to see some of the skeletons in Zordon's cupboard - namely the return of the first Alpha robot: Alpha-1. Jason and Trini's blossoming relationship is also deservedly given some space. While we know the end is coming for this series (it was only ever meant as a bridge to the mainstream MMPR comic) it has been a solid example of expanding a well known franchise into something more, which the bulk of kudos must land with writer Ryan Parrott. He has skillfully managed to mainly remain within continuity while also fleshing out side characters (giving two dimensional caricatures their own back stories and motivations) and expanding the MMPR core team, giving them so much more depth than they were allowed in the TV series. Parrott is ably assisted by the artist by Elenora Carlini, with original artist Dan Mora providing cover art. If you haven't given this series a look yet, give it a try - you won't regret it.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Matisse

    Something that's been at the heart of the Boom comics titles? The deep-cuts to the lore. Zack's cousin Curtis gets mentioned here. Even die-hard fans would be pressed to name the exact episodes, or contexts where Curtis appeared on the show. But he's mentioned here. He exists. Remember Masked Rider? And how the Power Rangers served as that series' backdoor pilot? Yeah, Masked Rider exists in the comics, too. There's a respect to the source material here that's mind-boggling. Add in the way these Something that's been at the heart of the Boom comics titles? The deep-cuts to the lore. Zack's cousin Curtis gets mentioned here. Even die-hard fans would be pressed to name the exact episodes, or contexts where Curtis appeared on the show. But he's mentioned here. He exists. Remember Masked Rider? And how the Power Rangers served as that series' backdoor pilot? Yeah, Masked Rider exists in the comics, too. There's a respect to the source material here that's mind-boggling. Add in the way these comics truly drive home that these are teenagers, not twenty-somethings on a set, and these issues just flourish. I'm sad that GGPR is coming to an end. This has been a wonderful journey.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kris Ritchie

    In a phrase... A lot of plotlines laid out over year one begin to merge, we get some payoff between Kimberly and Matt, we get more of this crazed Alpha, we find out more about Rita's origins, and we prepare for the arrival of the Green Ranger. This series has been so morph-enomenal I can't wait to read these last few volumes.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Hew J France

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Here is what I'm loving about these Power Rangers comics so far: They're taking the stories and concepts we're all familiar with as fans, and adding extensive layers of depth to them. Here, as in previous volumes, we see Rita Repulsa working towards activating the Dragon Power Coin. Obviously, this will eventually lead to the creation of the Green Candle, introduction of Tommy Oliver, Tommy's redemption, and will take us right to where we start off in the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers comics. Here is what I'm loving about these Power Rangers comics so far: They're taking the stories and concepts we're all familiar with as fans, and adding extensive layers of depth to them. Here, as in previous volumes, we see Rita Repulsa working towards activating the Dragon Power Coin. Obviously, this will eventually lead to the creation of the Green Candle, introduction of Tommy Oliver, Tommy's redemption, and will take us right to where we start off in the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers comics. Super excited to see where these go.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    Kind of a slow, catch you breath arc coming off of Shattered Grid.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Joshua Williams

    this prequel series doesn't take itself as serious as the main series and is seriously lacking in interest as a result. I really worry about Parrott taking over and ruining the main comic.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Bryan

  11. 5 out of 5

    Amy Walker

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jean-luc

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jacob

  14. 4 out of 5

    Andrew

  15. 5 out of 5

    MFCOMMAND

  16. 5 out of 5

    Sean Kelly

  17. 4 out of 5

    Philip Cosand

  18. 5 out of 5

    B-Radimus

  19. 4 out of 5

    Maurício Dantas

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jeremy Dietrich

  21. 4 out of 5

    Marie

  22. 4 out of 5

    Mc

  23. 5 out of 5

    Matthew

  24. 5 out of 5

    Andrew

  25. 5 out of 5

    Guillaume

  26. 4 out of 5

    Andres Halden

  27. 5 out of 5

    Verden

  28. 5 out of 5

    Parker

  29. 5 out of 5

    Selena Crawford

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jonathan

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