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The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles meet for the first time ever in the comic book fight - and team up - of the year! THE TEENAGERS WITH ATTITUDE MEET THE HEROES IN A HALF SHELL FOR THE FIRST TIME! The Power Rangers arrive in New York City to find their missing teammate Tommy Oliver – AKA The Mighty Morphin Green Ranger – but soon discover he’s The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles meet for the first time ever in the comic book fight - and team up - of the year! THE TEENAGERS WITH ATTITUDE MEET THE HEROES IN A HALF SHELL FOR THE FIRST TIME! The Power Rangers arrive in New York City to find their missing teammate Tommy Oliver – AKA The Mighty Morphin Green Ranger – but soon discover he’s joined forces with the villainous Shredder and the Foot Clan! But the Rangers must also deal with another unexpected (fr)enemy – the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! Can these heroes find a way to work together to defeat the bad guys and save the world from total destruction?! Written by Ryan Parrott (Power Rangers: Necessary Evil) and illustrated by Simone di Meo (Power Rangers: Beyond The Grid), the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers fight – and maybe team up with – the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for the first time ever. Collects Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1-5.


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The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles meet for the first time ever in the comic book fight - and team up - of the year! THE TEENAGERS WITH ATTITUDE MEET THE HEROES IN A HALF SHELL FOR THE FIRST TIME! The Power Rangers arrive in New York City to find their missing teammate Tommy Oliver – AKA The Mighty Morphin Green Ranger – but soon discover he’s The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles meet for the first time ever in the comic book fight - and team up - of the year! THE TEENAGERS WITH ATTITUDE MEET THE HEROES IN A HALF SHELL FOR THE FIRST TIME! The Power Rangers arrive in New York City to find their missing teammate Tommy Oliver – AKA The Mighty Morphin Green Ranger – but soon discover he’s joined forces with the villainous Shredder and the Foot Clan! But the Rangers must also deal with another unexpected (fr)enemy – the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! Can these heroes find a way to work together to defeat the bad guys and save the world from total destruction?! Written by Ryan Parrott (Power Rangers: Necessary Evil) and illustrated by Simone di Meo (Power Rangers: Beyond The Grid), the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers fight – and maybe team up with – the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for the first time ever. Collects Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1-5.

30 review for Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

  1. 4 out of 5

    Khurram

    A great book, though I like the original Power Rangers team, I really loved the original Turtles. I am really glad the TMNT had a lot of time here. Their have been good and bad versions of both team, I really think the best version of both were chosen here. Something that was never shown in the original Power Rangers tv show, but highlighted very well in Boom's Power Rangers comics, is Tommy started out mind controlled my Rita, in the tv show he was welcomed into the Rangers with open arms, the c A great book, though I like the original Power Rangers team, I really loved the original Turtles. I am really glad the TMNT had a lot of time here. Their have been good and bad versions of both team, I really think the best version of both were chosen here. Something that was never shown in the original Power Rangers tv show, but highlighted very well in Boom's Power Rangers comics, is Tommy started out mind controlled my Rita, in the tv show he was welcomed into the Rangers with open arms, the comic highlighted the doubts the other Ranger had about him. This is played off a bit in this comic as well. The other think about the differences of the teams is the Rangers are out on the open bright costumes, the midair loves them. TMNT have to stick to the shadows, when people see them the are met with mistrust and fear more then anything else. I also like April got yo play am more active hero role in the comic. This is a great book. If I had one complaint it would have liked to see more of the actual fights with the Rangers in human form. I would have also like to see more of a showdown with Shredder. However there is a lot hinted at fir volume 2. Yes there has to be a volume 2. Thus is a great comic probobly more geared to TMNT fans but definitely elements that Power Ranger fans will recognise and appreciate.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Morgan

    I liked this, but was a little confused at first. Been reading the IDW TMNT stuff and not following the Boom Power Ranger stuff. this doesn't follow the IDW TMNT stuff at all. It's based on the 80s cartoon. Not that that's a bad thing. Makes it perfect for people who haven't read the IDW comics. I liked this, but was a little confused at first. Been reading the IDW TMNT stuff and not following the Boom Power Ranger stuff. this doesn't follow the IDW TMNT stuff at all. It's based on the 80s cartoon. Not that that's a bad thing. Makes it perfect for people who haven't read the IDW comics.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Tito Ponce

    I really like both Power Rangers and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and so this was amazing. I like how instead of the usual dimension hoping that happens in crossovers, the turtles are in the New York City of the Boom Ranger universe, I call back I believe to the fact that the turtles had a live-action crossover with the rangers during the In Space season. I had some meta jokes in it I liked and I recommend it to anyone. We even see Billy say he invited Donnie to Promethea, a comic book only orga I really like both Power Rangers and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and so this was amazing. I like how instead of the usual dimension hoping that happens in crossovers, the turtles are in the New York City of the Boom Ranger universe, I call back I believe to the fact that the turtles had a live-action crossover with the rangers during the In Space season. I had some meta jokes in it I liked and I recommend it to anyone. We even see Billy say he invited Donnie to Promethea, a comic book only organization. However, it was left on a sorta cliff hanger and I haven't heard of plans to continue it so that sucks. Hopefully, they solve that.

  4. 4 out of 5

    TaB

    Un entretenido crossover, con una gran idea de fondo como excusa para iniciar la historia, pero que deja un poco que desear en la ejecución. Al menos en lo personal, me habría gustado un poco más de profundidad, si bien entiendo que la idea es explotar lo "divertido" de cruzar a dos de las franquicias más exitosas de los noventa (cosa que ya se había hecho en pantalla, pero que por suerte ha quedado en el olvido). El arte es excelente, hay que decir que tanto los lápices como el color son perfect Un entretenido crossover, con una gran idea de fondo como excusa para iniciar la historia, pero que deja un poco que desear en la ejecución. Al menos en lo personal, me habría gustado un poco más de profundidad, si bien entiendo que la idea es explotar lo "divertido" de cruzar a dos de las franquicias más exitosas de los noventa (cosa que ya se había hecho en pantalla, pero que por suerte ha quedado en el olvido). El arte es excelente, hay que decir que tanto los lápices como el color son perfectos para el tono de la historia. Me gustaría ver más cómics de los quelonios a cargo de Di Meo.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Chris Robertson

    “The Teenagers with Attitude meet the Heroes in a Half Shell for the first time!” Surprised we made it all the way to 2020 before this happened; licensing is a powerful force, indeed. So, where do I place this latest entry in my shameful addiction to crossovers? Not bad, but not great. Yes, crossovers follow a formula. Good guys meet, start fighting each other, then realize they must unite to face at least two of their rogues, who have also forged an uneasy alliance to squash the heroes. The new “The Teenagers with Attitude meet the Heroes in a Half Shell for the first time!” Surprised we made it all the way to 2020 before this happened; licensing is a powerful force, indeed. So, where do I place this latest entry in my shameful addiction to crossovers? Not bad, but not great. Yes, crossovers follow a formula. Good guys meet, start fighting each other, then realize they must unite to face at least two of their rogues, who have also forged an uneasy alliance to squash the heroes. The new teams inevitably pair off with their closest counterparts, discovering how fun it is to think in new ways. Often, they swap roles to deepen this appreciation. Final melee battle ensues. Then, an after-victory closure, usually involving everyone returning to his or her proper dimension/reality. The cleverest ones give a new threat or make an old one fresh, almost completely different than previous appearances. Sadly, this one doesn’t veer too far from the formula. You can guess the parts: Rangers/Turtles fight, then unite because Shredder and Rita have allied. Then the mashups: Turtles become Rangers, Rangers become ninjas, Turtles drive a Megazord, then unite their robot with the Megazord.....Ayeyiyiyi. The art was ok, though I didn’t like the design of the turtles’ masks. Action was rendered well. Faces had kind of an anime feel, but not heavily. Overall, kind of fun, but we need some new juice for crossovers.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Amy Walker - Trans-Scribe Reviews

    Boom! Studios have done a fantastic job at breathing new and exciting life into the Power Rangers franchise with their works on the comics, introducing new characters to the lore more than twenty five years since Mighty Morphin Power Rangers was on television. One of the writers on the Power Rangers comics is Ryan Parrott, who's currently relaunching the books with two new, exciting series, and here fans get to see him tackle another beloved children's martial arts franchise, the Teenage Mutant Boom! Studios have done a fantastic job at breathing new and exciting life into the Power Rangers franchise with their works on the comics, introducing new characters to the lore more than twenty five years since Mighty Morphin Power Rangers was on television. One of the writers on the Power Rangers comics is Ryan Parrott, who's currently relaunching the books with two new, exciting series, and here fans get to see him tackle another beloved children's martial arts franchise, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles opens with the Rangers fighting Rita's latest monster in downtown Angel Grove. During the fight we learn that Tommy, the Green Ranger, has taken a leave of absence, and the Rangers have no idea where he is. On the other side of the country, in New York City the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are battling a number of Foot Clan ninja's. However, one of these ninja's manages to get the upper hand over Raphael, and make their escape. We soon learn that this new ninja is, in fact, Tommy, who has travelled to the city to infiltrate the Foot Clan to help a childhood friend who's become mixed up with the criminal organisation. In order to prove himself to the Foot's leadership, Tommy must infiltrate a secret research lab and steal some tech. He's able to make it inside the building, but finds the Turtles waiting for him. When he's forced to morph in order to take them on the Power Rangers are able to detect this, and teleport to New York to assist him. After a brief fight between the two teams they quickly realise that they're on the same side and join forces, however, Tommy has already fled the scene, returning to the Foot Clan with the stolen tech. Coming face to face with the leader of the Foot, Shredder, Tommy discovers that Shredder knew of his real identity the whole time, and is captured. Using tech from his allies in Dimension X, Shredder severs Tommy's connection to the Morphin Grid, and takes on the Green Ranger powers for himself. With Tommy missing, Shredder now a Ranger, and Rita Repulsa seemingly allied with him, the Rangers and the Turtles must work together to stop these powerful foes, rescue their friend, and save the city. I'm going to be honest, I wasn't sure what to expect from this book when it was first announced. This isn't the first time that these two franchises have met, with an episode of Power Rangers In Space featuring the turtles from the 90's television series Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation. The crossover episode was admittedly, pretty bad, thanks in large parts to in both not making much sense for the two series to suddenly cross-over, but also because of the low effort put into it. I was slightly worried that this series could become another half baked way of putting these two groups into the same space. Luckily, I was wrong. Parrott has come up with great ways to bring the characters together in this story, and not just the main teams either. Having Tommy travel to New York to help a childhood friend, and having to infiltrate the Foot to do it is a really good idea, and it gives him reason to keep going back on his own, without Ranger back-up. And whilst the two teams do do the almost obligatory fight upon first meeting because they don't know they're all good guys comic cliche, they actually work really well together. Jason and Leonardo get time to bond over being leaders, and there's a few fun conversations between the two of them comparing sword fighting techniques and their love for martial arts. Michelangelo and Zach both seem to have some dubious food love, and get to have fun coming up with bizarre and downright disgusting pizza toppings together. Billy and Donatello are a perfect pairing as the teams two techies, comparing their inventions, talking science, and getting excited over giant robots. And there's a really good scene where Trini and Raphael discuss some of his emotional issues; though this felt like it was never resolved with another similar scene, which is a shame as I think Trini would have been an amazing friend for the deeply caring Raph. The only Ranger who doesn't really get a Turtle to pair off with is Kimberly, but she has a number of scenes where she and April O'Neil spend time together, and get to discuss guy trouble. The bad guys even get to team up too, with Rita and her lieutenants getting the chance to fight against Shredder and his forces, before ultimately agreeing to an uneasy alliance to bring down their respective foes. One of the best things about the book, however, is how Parrott really changes things up, and does stuff that would never happen on the TV screen. Using the same device that broke Tommy's connection to his powers, the other Rangers are similarly affected, which causes issues when one of Rita's monsters arrives in the middle of New York. To solve this issue the Turtles, and April, borrow the morphers and become the Mighty Morphin Ninja Turtles. Similarly, the de-powered Rangers join Casey Jones on a mission to infiltrate the Technodrome, kitted out in ninja gear borrowed from the Turtles. The designs for both groups are absolutely brilliant, and I love the work that Simone Di Meo does here. The Turtle Rangers are all instantly recognisable as the Power Rangers, but still look like turtles, with some gold elements similar to the Green Ranger thrown in in places like their shells. Speaking of the Green Ranger, the design for Shredder using that powers is amazing, and the way that both iconic designs come together to create something completely new, without losing what makes either character recognisable, is astounding. Even April, who's just another human using the Pink Ranger powers gets a slight redesign, even if it's something as simple as removing the skirt. Not even the Megazord gets away unscathed from the awesome redesigns, as it gets to merge with a giant version of Metalhead getting to combine with the Megazord to create the Turtle Megazord. I really hope that if Hasbro start doing more comic characters as part of their Lightning Collection of figures we get a set from this book, because the designs on offer here are some of the best Power Ranger designs I've seen in years. And I want them as toys. I went into this book with pretty low expectations, but hoping for something that would be good, and I got something that was so much better than I was even hoping. I loved reading this book, and I want them to do a sequel. Do it again a season later, using the White Ranger and the Stone Canyon Trio to add something new into the mix, do it with Lord Zedd, or even go pick another team of Rangers all together. Either way, I want Ryan Parrott to do another of these, because this is brilliant.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Paul Decker

    BOOM! has done so many great things for the Power Rangers franchise. In addition to their amazing ongoing and standalone comics, they've had these crossover stories that just have fun. First there was the Justice League crossover and now Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! It's like playing with your 90s action figures, but with professional storytellers and artists telling the story. I enjoyed this book even more than the Justice League crossover because this story really leaned in. The new innovative BOOM! has done so many great things for the Power Rangers franchise. In addition to their amazing ongoing and standalone comics, they've had these crossover stories that just have fun. First there was the Justice League crossover and now Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! It's like playing with your 90s action figures, but with professional storytellers and artists telling the story. I enjoyed this book even more than the Justice League crossover because this story really leaned in. The new innovative designs are so cool! The Turtles as Rangers, new megazords, and more! The book opens with a classic feel from both properties and establishes where in the Power Rangers timeline this takes place. Tommy is the Green ranger, but he's not currently fighting with the rest of the team. Tommy is missing and where he's gone directly connects to the Turtles. This book takes place in a world where the Power Rangers and the Ninja Turtles both exist. I like the kind-of throwback to the television crossover. Donatello is even a fan of the Power Rangers. I expected there to be some dimension crossing, but I liked that they exist within the same world. When Tommy morphs, the Turtles recognize a ranger, but the Rangers thinks they're some of Finster's creations. This sets up great conflict that moves the story along. The pairings while fighting are so great. I love the interactions. The personalities of all the characters really shine through. Ryan knows them well. Tommy's character is expanded upon even more. His motivation is explained and some of his life history is delved into. Shredder meets Rita! Casey Jones appears. April gets an awesome costume! (with just a small modification) There is so much great design and artwork in this book. This book is so much fun. It feels very true to both of the franchises. There's even a potential for a sequel left open. I hope that happens. Or, at least, another crossover story. I give this book a 5/5.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    Style over substance is the order of the day for the first (?) meeting between the Teenagers With Attitude and the Heroes In A Half Shell. A friend of Tommy's goes missing, and that brings the Turtles into contact with the Rangers, in a story that is literally just a checklist of all the things you'd want to happen in a story like this. Turtle Rangers? Check. Turtlezord? Check. Rita & Shredder team-up? Check. The latter issues of the story are just a parade of big bombastic set pieces, complete Style over substance is the order of the day for the first (?) meeting between the Teenagers With Attitude and the Heroes In A Half Shell. A friend of Tommy's goes missing, and that brings the Turtles into contact with the Rangers, in a story that is literally just a checklist of all the things you'd want to happen in a story like this. Turtle Rangers? Check. Turtlezord? Check. Rita & Shredder team-up? Check. The latter issues of the story are just a parade of big bombastic set pieces, complete with amusing dialogue from everyone involved. Which sounds exactly like what most people would want, right? But it all feels a little...empty. There's no urgency, there's no stakes despite what you might think, and it's all kinda throwaway. It's cool, definitely, but it's hollow as well. The artwork can't be faulted though - Simone Di Meo's moody pencils work wonders, and the colours really pop during the fight scenes. Di Meo drew a lot of Power Rangers recently during Beyond The Grid, and he's a great fit for the Turtles as well. TMNT/MMPR isn't particularly bad, but it doesn't feel as impressive as it should be. Contrast it with, say, MMPR/Justice League from a few years back, and they're worlds apart.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Alex Phillips

    On February 27th, 1998, I watched a unique TV crossover between the Power Rangers and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in an episode of Power Rangers In Space. Back then I always that TV crossover didn't do justice, even with an extra [female] Ninja Turtle, Venus de Milo. No one would have convinced me about a remake/reboot of that disastrous crossover until December 04th, 2019 in the form of a comic book mini-series between Boom! Studios and IDW Publishing. It was perfect. You have the ORIGINA On February 27th, 1998, I watched a unique TV crossover between the Power Rangers and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in an episode of Power Rangers In Space. Back then I always that TV crossover didn't do justice, even with an extra [female] Ninja Turtle, Venus de Milo. No one would have convinced me about a remake/reboot of that disastrous crossover until December 04th, 2019 in the form of a comic book mini-series between Boom! Studios and IDW Publishing. It was perfect. You have the ORIGINAL Power Rangers (Jason, Trini, Billy, Kimberly, Zack, and Tommy) teaming up with the four Ninja Turtles (Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello, and Raphael), AND both from their respectable comic book publishers were making big headways in the 2010s as new generations of comic book fans and TV show fans where connected with the hardcore, original fans who grew up on both franchises. It was a match made in heaven. You will be shell-shocked by both the story and the artwork as this IS the proper crossover we always dreamed about. Heroes will clash. Villains will unite. And by the end of it, you will be begging for a sequel. I would highly recommend this for ANYONE who is a fan of the [Mighty Morphin] Power Rangers and/or Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tomungo X

    Whao! This took me a while to finish. But what a thrill to see both of my childhood favorites mash up in this trade. Just the crisscrossing and the funny banter on some of their flaws and sometimes poking fun at each others’ plotholes. But to weave it with the visceral art work. Its such a blast each page turn.

  11. 5 out of 5

    The Rudie Librarian (Brian)

    Got the final issue of a miniseries I was reading. This was fun for fans of Power Rangers and/or Ninja Turtles. Check out my review. #MightyMorphinPowerRangers #TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles #Boom #IDW #TheRudieLibrarian #Ska #Punk #Books https://therudielibrarian.wordpress.c... Got the final issue of a miniseries I was reading. This was fun for fans of Power Rangers and/or Ninja Turtles. Check out my review. #MightyMorphinPowerRangers #TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles #Boom #IDW #TheRudieLibrarian #Ska #Punk #Books https://therudielibrarian.wordpress.c...

  12. 4 out of 5

    Hew La France

    Not going to even try to be critical of this. The story worked, the character interactions were incredible. Seriously, was just a delight to read. Strongly recommend, and based on the 'final confrontation', it's safe to say there WILL be a sequel. Not going to even try to be critical of this. The story worked, the character interactions were incredible. Seriously, was just a delight to read. Strongly recommend, and based on the 'final confrontation', it's safe to say there WILL be a sequel.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Gaul

    Never a dull moment! The changes in the story emerged quickly, and it wasn't quite on the same level as other crossovers I've read, but it was an interesting experience to see two sets of heroes from the same dimension/universe team up!! Never a dull moment! The changes in the story emerged quickly, and it wasn't quite on the same level as other crossovers I've read, but it was an interesting experience to see two sets of heroes from the same dimension/universe team up!!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sheldon

    Won't lie, I only read this because I've essentially read every comic in the current IDW run of TMNT and wanted some more turtle power. Wasn't expecting to enjoy this as much as I did. Near perfect mash up of two franchises. Gorgeous art (and stunning colour work) and a whole lot of fun. Won't lie, I only read this because I've essentially read every comic in the current IDW run of TMNT and wanted some more turtle power. Wasn't expecting to enjoy this as much as I did. Near perfect mash up of two franchises. Gorgeous art (and stunning colour work) and a whole lot of fun.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Voltage

    It's exactly what you expect... and it's AWESOME! It's exactly what you expect... and it's AWESOME!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Noah Smith

    This is the comic book I have been waiting for since elementary school! I love it!

  17. 5 out of 5

    William Wolford

    I can never forgive Ryan Parrott for the "real ninjas move in silence like lasagna line." I can never forgive Ryan Parrott for the "real ninjas move in silence like lasagna line."

  18. 5 out of 5

    El Neo

    Fun mash-up tale mixing both mythologies. Needs to be animated.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Thomas J. Bradley

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ryan

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sammy

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jean-luc

  23. 5 out of 5

    Robert Wong

  24. 4 out of 5

    Dan Garman

  25. 5 out of 5

    Payton Knobeloch

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Nieuwenburg

  27. 5 out of 5

    Andrew

  28. 4 out of 5

    Nathan

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ellen

  30. 4 out of 5

    Tom

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