A comiXologist Recommends (the return of a childhood favorite)

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #0

After 22 years since it first aired, it’s Morphin Time!  The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers are BACK in this issue #0 of the new series from BOOM! Studios. Granted the new series doesn’t fully start till March, but this issue gives us a little taste of what we can expect. Issue #0 is made up of three stories, the main story is about the Green Ranger, there is the on-going story of Bulk and Skull’s mischief, and last the tale is a straight Zord fighting. If you were a fan of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, you will dig this comic.  These are all new tales about our favorite teenagers with attitude.

The first story first story takes place after Tommy Oliver broke Rita Repulsa’s mind control, and his coping with what happened while joining the Rangers to fight against Rita. The story was written by Kyle Higgins (Batman Eternal (2014-2015) and C.O.W.L.) and it really embraces the feel of the TV show it is based on. I felt like I was reading an updated episode about our favorite Angel Grove heroes. The art is done by Hendry Prasetya, (Power Girl and Voodoo (2011-2012)) which captures the spirit and pacing of the show. It’s apparent in his art that he loved drawing the Rangers, monsters and Zords because they are amazingly rendered. The story to me is like binge-watching the show, I need to know what happens next, and I can’t wait for the next episode.

The two backup stories are really fun reads as well. The first is a Bulk and Skull story written Steve Orlando (Midnighter (2015-) and Undertow) and illustrated by Corin Howell (Bat-Mite (2015-) and Transformers: Windblade (2015-)). This little story follows the hi-jinx of Angel Grove’s own Laurel and Hardy, Bulk and Skull. Again, this story nails the tone and feel of the 90’s TV show, even when Bulk is mocking what someone had just said. The final story is written by Mairghread Scott (Transformers: Windblade (2015-) and Marvel Universe Guardians of the Galaxy Infinite Comic) and illustrated by Daniel Bayliss (Jim Henson’s Storyteller and Translucid.) This story is nothing but fighting and ZORDS! Seriously, I could read a whole issue about Zords fighting bad guys.

Overall I have to say the whole issue was MORPHINOMINAL! If you were a fan of the TV show, I highly recommend checking this book out for a trip down Nostalgia Lane. Check out this new series when it starts up in March.

While teaching a Karate class at the Angel Grove Youth Center, Chris Zenyuch was transported to the far off place called New York City. While he was there, he was hired by comiXology to lead their book activation and file quality teams. In his spare time he likes to protect the world from alien invaders, but sadly Chris is still waiting for Rita Repulsa to make her monster’s grow, so he can show off his sweet Karate moves.


When an astronaut on HADRIAN’S WALL is murdered, pill-popping detective Simon Moore is dispatched to investigate the ship’s crew? including his own ex-wife. But if Simon’s not careful, what he finds could make the interstellar Cold War go red hot. From the creative team behind the critically-acclaimed series C.O.W.L. comes a gripping, locked room murder mystery where the secrets of everyone involved are as dark as the space that surrounds them.

Hadrian’s Wall #1 by Kyle Higgins, Alec Siegel and Rod Reis is new today!





Titan Comics is excited to announce that Doctor Who TV spinoff Torchwood is back, in an all-new ongoing comic series starring the daring Captain Jack Harkness and Gwen Cooper.

Written by Captain Jack himself – John Barrowman – and Carole E. Barrowman, and with issues illustrated by Antonio Fuso (Drive, The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest) and Pasquale Qualano (Batman ’66, She Hulk, Harley Quinn), this spectacular original ongoing series is not to be missed.

In continuity with the new hit Torchwood audio dramas from Big Finish, as part of the official continuation of the Torchwood saga, the comic arrives in stores on July 6 – the week of Titan’s third annual Doctor Who Comics Day event – Saturday, July 9 2016.

The BAFTA-winning cult science-fiction drama by Doctor Who showrunner Russell T Davies, which aired for four successful seasons from 2006 to 2011, follows the exploits of Captain Jack, Gwen (Eve Myles - Broadchurch), and their team as they investigate the unusual, the strange, and the extraterrestrial.

The hotly anticipated Torchwood comic sees Captain Jack return to Cardiff to engage the help of the last person who expected to see him again, Gwen Cooper! A dark technology from a forgotten species has been claimed by a conspiratorial power… and in this collision between an ancient civilization and an all-new evil, the Earth itself may be forfeit! Only Jack, Gwen, and their allies from what remains of Torchwood hold the key to stopping a cataclysmic wave of destruction… On the road, on the run, and under fire – can Jack and Gwen put aside their differences and rebuild the heart of Torchwood… before its flame is stamped out forever?!

The debut issue comes with variant covers to collect from Doctor Who superstar artists including Tommy Lee Edwards (Tenth Doctor, Turf), Elena Casagrande (Tenth Doctor, The X-Files), Blair Shedd (Ninth Doctor), and Rod Reis (Doctor Who, C.O.W.L.)!