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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #37 Review - Finally Something interesting...

Marguerite Bennett (Writer) • Simone Di Meo (Pencils)

Walter Baiamonte (Colorist) • Jamal Campbell (Cover Artist)

Boom Studios (Publisher)



I've been dragging the entire "Beyond The Grid" arc since I began reviewing it. It's been a mediocre event beyond the amazing visuals from Simone Di Meo.


MMPR #37 begins tying some of the narrative threads together and may actually be setting up a decent conclusion now that all of the introductions are out of the way.



This issue begins with the Rangers landing on a planet full of Zeo Crystals. They are taken aback by the remote and unsecured nature of the planet and make camp. It's during this moment that "The Prater" appears to one of the heroes and offers them a way out of this situation if they steal Ari's Solarix/Morpher.


Long story short, the Morpher is stolen which leads to a huge conflict within the team that leads to potential tragedy. The art is great which is expected when a series is drawn by Simeo Di Meo. The writing has also stepped up which I contribute directly to the exposition being dialed back.



There really isn't too much else to say about the issue without actually giving away the spoilers. The story has the potential to wrap up nicely despite the flawed opening chapters. Let's see if Marguerite can stick this landing.


Rating 8.5/10


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