Go Go Power Rangers #1 Review
Go Go Power Rangers is Boom’s second monthly Power Rangers comic. And where Mighty Morphin Power Rangers chronicles the further adventures of the classic team, this series flashes back to their earliest days as costumed heroes. The idea being that we’re following younger versions of Jason, Kimberly, Zach, Trini and Billy as they struggle to balance high school with super-heroics and come to terms with their destinies. And if that alone doesn’t sound like enough of a selling point, the art might just win you over.
As is the case with pretty much every project he takes on, artist Dan Mora truly is the star of the show here. Mora’s art has a very confident, slick quality to it. He knows how to tell a good story without getting tripped up by excessive liens or pointless details. Across the board, his figures are expressive and dynamic, ensuring that there’s ample energy on the page regardless if the focus is on epic Ranger vs. Putty battles or simple high school drama. Raul Angulo’s colors pair nicely with Mora’s line-work, adding a great deal of depth to the page with his use of lighting.