Boom! Studio’s new Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers comics has been a surprise hit, with mighty massive reorders thus far. The sales aren’t hurt by over a dozen comics shop exclusive covers. MMPR #1 goes on sale tomorrow. The innards are by Kyle Higgins and illustrated by Hendry Prasetya, with a back-up short story by Steve Orlando and Corin Howell.


Phat Collectibles by Sina Grace
Newbury Comics by Mike Henderson and Adam Guzowski

Third Eye Comics by Jerry Gaylord &

Fried Pie by Corin Howell & Whitney Cogar
Tate’s Comics by Javier Reyes
Collector’s Paradise by Phillip Tan & Elmer Santos

Things from Another World by

Cards, Comics, and Collectibles by Steve Conley & Sean “Cheeks” Galloway

Jesse James Comics / Exceed Exclusives

Jesse James Comics / Exceed Exclusives
(Green Dragon Zord) Connecting Cover by      (Green Ranger) Connecting Cover by
Nick Robles                                                    Nick Robles

Hypno Comics by Helen Chen

 Wonderworld Comics by Jeffrey “Chamba” Cruz

Ultimate Comics by Janice Chu

Heroes & Fantasies by Veronica Fish

Dimension X Comics (Green Ranger)               Dimension X Comics (White Ranger)
Connecting Cover by Scott Swade                   Connecting Cover by Scott Swade

Forbidden Planet UK / Jetpack Comics by Abigail L. Dela Cruz


In addition, BOOM! has released the percentage of the print run for Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #1 for each cover, including the main cover, the incentives, the Emerald City Comicon variant, and the Launch Party Kit variant, as indicated in the graphic below:
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #1 is written by Kyle Higgins and illustrated by Hendry Prasetya, with a back-up short story by Steve Orlando and Corin Howell. Based on Saban Brands‘ long-running Power Rangers franchise, five teens from Angel Grove High are granted superpowers and giant robot dinosaur Zords to defend Earth against the alien villain Rita Repulsa. When Repulsa creates an evil Green Power Rangers by brainwashing recent transfer student Tommy, the team is able to free him from her grasp and get him on their side. But with remnants of Repulsa’s control still stirring in the back of Tommy’s mind, he must confront the fact he may be more of a danger to his new team than a help. This is “Green Ranger: Year One.”