Hot on the heels of the Mighty Morphin series announcement, BOOM! Studios has announced the Power Rangers: Unlimited Power continues with Power Rangers #1 that arrives in November 2020.

POWER RANGERS #1 reveals a new cosmic threat that only the original Power Rangers, now known as the Omega Rangers – Jason, Trini and Zack – can hope to defeat! But their secret weapon is… the villainous Lord Drakkon?! Zordon forbids the Omega Rangers from contacting Drakkon, so if they want to save the universe then they’ll have to go rogue – and go up against their Mighty Morphin allies.

Ryan Parrott continues to write the Power Rangers series, and will be joined by artist Francesco Mortarino.

“We’ve spent several years building out the Power Rangers comic book universe and continuing the adventures of the Omega Rangers gives us a chance to fully explore it beyond the confines of the show. Not only can we add more heroes and villains but we can also bring in elements from future seasons viewed through the lens of familiar characters,” said Parrott in a press release from BOOM! Studios. “It’s very exciting to explore new corners of the Power Rangers universe that fans have always imagined – and also never expected!”

“Lord Drakkon is back but will he save the Power Rangers…or does he have a darker plan in mind?” said Dafna Pleban, Senior Editor, BOOM! Studios. “Introducing the Omega Rangers allowed us to reveal a huge piece of Power Rangers history – and POWER RANGERS #1 answer questions you never thought to ask!”

BOOM! Studios will share more information during the Comic-Con@Home event that takes place on YouTube on July 25, 2020.

via BOOM! Studios

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