Justice League/Power Rangers
Two of the most popular crime-fighting teams of all time collide for the first time when the Justice League faces the Power Rangers!Something terrible has happened in Angel Grove! When the Command Center is breached and the teleporters are damaged, Zack is flung into another universe, where he's mistaken for a villain by a mysterious masked vigilante. Can the other Power Rangers get to their friend in time to save him from Batman? Co-published with BOOM! Studios and written by INJUSTICE: GODS AMONG US best-selling author Tom Taylor, this book is the crossover event of the year!

Justice League/Power Rangers Details

TitleJustice League/Power Rangers
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseDec 12th, 2017
PublisherDC Comics
ISBN-139781401272005
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels, Superheroes, Dc Comics, Graphic Novels Comics

Justice League/Power Rangers Review

  • Alan
    January 1, 1970
    Yes. the fanboy in me is a real sucker for this type of crossover. Over the years I'll also give DC credit for not making the stories too dependent on continuity, or too heavy on the strum and drang. This is the type of story that works best with a light touch, especially as it can be argued that power Rangers is an all-ages title/property.The entire city of Angel Grove gets kidnapped, villains team up across dimensions and teleporters go awry to foster a team-up. Not the most original setup. Ta Yes. the fanboy in me is a real sucker for this type of crossover. Over the years I'll also give DC credit for not making the stories too dependent on continuity, or too heavy on the strum and drang. This is the type of story that works best with a light touch, especially as it can be argued that power Rangers is an all-ages title/property.The entire city of Angel Grove gets kidnapped, villains team up across dimensions and teleporters go awry to foster a team-up. Not the most original setup. Taylor executes this tale with alight hand, and he appears to be paying attention as to what fan points to hit. Do enjoy the grim, dark Batman's personality being a change in pace for the Rangers, and the Rangers's reaction to Mr. Grouch
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  • Kevin
    January 1, 1970
    The Nerd Agenda ReviewsThe world is full of heroes. It is almost impossible to write this review without mentioning our childhood and nostalgia. The heroes that we grew up with are still here, and they are saving the world. What readers will love about Justice League/Power Rangers by Tom Taylor other than the phenomenal illustration is the story and how its elements play a huge role in the story. Because of a teleportation accident caused by Zack, Zedd is now causing havoc in another dimension w The Nerd Agenda ReviewsThe world is full of heroes. It is almost impossible to write this review without mentioning our childhood and nostalgia. The heroes that we grew up with are still here, and they are saving the world. What readers will love about Justice League/Power Rangers by Tom Taylor other than the phenomenal illustration is the story and how its elements play a huge role in the story. Because of a teleportation accident caused by Zack, Zedd is now causing havoc in another dimension with Brainiac. Tom Taylor did not only do a crossover for the sake of having a crossover; he went big (view spoiler)[by making the Power Rangers use the abilities of other DC superheroes. (hide spoiler)]If your main worry is the story will be crowded with superheroes, I can assure you that Tom Taylor has created balance when and how the heroes and villains can use their abilities, and I am impressed by how he inserted these vital elements into the plot without looking like "it's just there." Justice League/Power Rangers is a perfect blend of action and superb storytelling. Definitely a must buy.
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  • Münevver
    January 1, 1970
    Çok tatlıydı!
  • Julio Bonilla
    January 1, 1970
    I used to love watching Power Rangers when I was in Elementary School! The quotes by each Power Ranger brought me back to the mid-1990s! Then again, actions speak louder than words.
  • Nathaniel Darkish
    January 1, 1970
    Though overall pretty fun it definitely relied a lot more heavily on Power Rangers lore than I'm familiar with (I watched the show as a kid but retained very little of it). That said, it was a nice mixture of nostalgia and excitement, and they definitely chose an interesting villain team up that really challenged the heroes that I thought was a great choice. One final thing, I did feel like things wrapped up very quickly, which felt almost like the run got shortened by one issue unexpectedly or Though overall pretty fun it definitely relied a lot more heavily on Power Rangers lore than I'm familiar with (I watched the show as a kid but retained very little of it). That said, it was a nice mixture of nostalgia and excitement, and they definitely chose an interesting villain team up that really challenged the heroes that I thought was a great choice. One final thing, I did feel like things wrapped up very quickly, which felt almost like the run got shortened by one issue unexpectedly or the like.
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  • Adrienne
    January 1, 1970
    The fan girl in me saw this on Edelweiss and knew I had to have it. This crossover is light and a fun filled story. I was a little worried how they would handle 10 characters in one book with fairly different mythos but Taylor strikes the perfect balance to create a holistic reading experience. This is a super easy and cute read that fulfills many geeky dreams.
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