Power Rangers Universe #6 – First Look at the Thrilling Finale

Here's the first look at thrilling finale in Power Rangers Universe #6
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Here’s the first look at the thrilling finale in Power Rangers Universe #6

Power Rangers Universe is sadly coming to an end. The limited series that finally incorporates the Gosei Sentai Dairangers from which the Thunderzords and White Tiger Ranger came from has been diving deep into the true origin of the Phantom Ranger and his connection to the Morphin Grid. As well as bringing the rest of the Gosei Sentai Dairagers in as the Squadron rangers. Next week, on May 25, 2022, Power Rangers Universe #6 will be available at the BOOM! Studios webstore and digital from content providers like ComiXology. Physical copies will be available at local comic book shops.

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First Look at Power Rangers Universe #6

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Here’s the official description of the finale issue of Power Rangers Universe from BOOM! Studios:

Dark Specter’s corruption threatens to not only destroy the Rangers but put the very nature of the Morphin Grid in peril! To protect the fabric of reality, the teens must find a way to tap into the heart of the Morphin Grid and face their most fearsome foe yet: their ally, the Morphinaut! Discover the secrets of the Grid and exciting new Ranger forms as the past and future of the Power Rangers story is revealed!

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Power Rangers Universe #6 is written by the acclaimed Nicole Andelfinger (Dragon Prince: Bloodmoon Huntress), artist Simone Ragazzoni (Odessa), colorist Mattia Iacono, and letterer Ed Dukeshire. Like most major comic book issues, there will also be variant covers. The main cover and incentive variant art was done by Dan Mora(Once & Future) and variant cover art by illustrators Nikolas Draper-Ivey (Static: Season One), Goñi Montes (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), Christian Ward (Dune: The Waters of Kanly), and Qistina Khalidah (Seven Secrets). You can see them down below.

Power Rangers Universe #6 Covers

Fans who like collecting full volumes and series will be able to purchase copies of Power Rangers Universe HC, which contain the entire six-issue series, in local comic shops beginning October 12, 2022 and in bookstores everywhere on October 18, 2022. For soft and hardcover collections of other BOOM! Studios Power Rangers comic book releases, like Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and Go Go Power Rangers, they are available now everywhere books are sold.

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Power Rangers is created by Haim Saban and launched in 1993 with Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. This began what is now one of the longest-running kid’s live-action series in television history. Power Rangers is currently celebrating 29 straight years on the air with over 900 episodes aired! The series is celebrating its 29th overall season with season two of Power Rangers Dino Fury which airs exclusively on Netflix in the U.S.

Power Rangers Universe #6 releases Wednesday, May 25, 2022.

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What do you think of Power Rangers Universe and its incorporation of the Gosai Sentai Dairangers? Will you be picking up the final issue when it releases on the 25th or will you wait until it releases a collection in October? Do you think this is the last we will see of the Squadron Rangers? Let us know what you think in the comments below and share all your Power Rangers theories, about the comic books or the shows, with us on Twitter.

Source: BOOM! Studios

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