BOOM!’s “Shattered Grid” Event in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers has been a big hit for them, so they’re doing up the finale with a midnight release and “Shattered Holofoil” variant cover for Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Shattered Grid #1.
Official PR follows:
BOOM! Studios and Hasbro announced today that MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS: SHATTERED GRID #1, the oversized finale to the epic comic book event, will now feature two variants by superstar artist Trevor Hairsine (Captain America, X-Men), including a special “Shattered Holofoil” variant.
These two new variant covers are part of the special comic shop midnight release of MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS: SHATTERED GRID #1 on Tuesday, August 28th to celebrate Power Rangers Day, honoring the twenty-five year legacy of the landmark franchise. The “Shattered Holofoil” cover will feature Lord Drakkon in battle against the Power Rangers (open to order by all comic shop retailers before July 23) and the rare “Unmasked” virgin variant will be available in limited quantities (Retailers: please contact Diamond for more information).
MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS: SHATTERED GRID #1 is the blockbuster finale to the Shattered Grid event, drawing Power Rangers from across time and space for a final showdown against one of their own. Brought to you by writer Kyle Higgins and artist Daniele Di Nicuolo, this issue also features a main cover by Jamal Campbell (Green Arrow), with variants covers by Chris Burnham (Batman Incorporated) and Christian Ward (Black Bolt).
“Everything changes for the Power Rangers and the Power Rangers universe in MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS: SHATTERED GRID #1 so we wanted to celebrate this special issue with variant covers unlike anything we’ve ever done,” said Dafna Pleban, Senior Editor, BOOM! Studios. “Everything is on the line in this issue, and we wanted a cover to showed just how much fans have to look forward to. You won’t want to miss out by not getting to your local comic shop at midnight on August 28th!”
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