Justice League/Mighty Morphin Power Rangers # 1 was a surprising turn of events in the comics. For the first time, Fans were able to witness DC superheroes fight beside characters that morph into powerful costumes.
DC crossovers have always been exciting to the fans. But bringing in new set of fictional characters from another studio is new to all of us. While fans struggle to accept this new series, it seems to have received exceptional reviews.
Fans must be aware that the content below contains mild spoilers. However, it will serve as a decision factor during your purchase of Justice League/Mighty Morphin Power Rangers # 1.
Some preview pages shared by News Rama reveals the Black Rangers going up against Batman. However, it is quite obvious that its due to misunderstanding as he calls the Dark Knight as “one of Zedd’s monsters.”
Justice League/Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #1 Available For Purchase In Stores
News Rama has rated the issue 9 out of 10, suggesting that it “is silly fun of the highest level.” But its next sentence might make DC fans take a step back. Although Justice League stands firm as part of the main plot in the comic, the website says, “this is a Power Rangers book first-and-foremost.”
Comicbook has rated the crossover issue 3 out 5. It looks like Justice League/Mighty Morphin Power Rangers # 1 lost one point due to its “incredibly formulaic” approach as mentioned by the website.
As usual, heroes from both sides end fighting each other due unforeseen circumstances. Eventually they get to see through their misunderstanding introduction and decide to fight their common enemy together.
Batman Fights Black Power Ranger
While Tom Taylor’s write-up certainly keeps the readers hooked on, it’s not possible to ignore the cliché concept. However, Justice League/Mighty Morphin Power Rangers # 1 seems to be more than just a fun crossover comic issue.
Power Rangers Justice League #1 is an issue put together by DC Comics and BOOM! Studios. The comic book was written by Tom Taylor and colored by Stephen Byrne. The issue is currently available in stores for purchase.
Tom Taylor is mostly known for his works in “Injustice: Gods Among Us” series. Earlier in 2016, it was revealed that the comic book writer also made his return to take on “Injustice 2” series.