Hey guys! Its here again. Time for some new comics. This week there is only one Marvel. I know…I'm slacking right. Well to make up for it I tossed into a comic from Boom Studios. If you've been keeping up with what is going on over there, then you can probably guess what comic that is this week. Let us know what you think about this comics this week. And as always if you're reading something let me know. I would love to hear about the books that are keeping your interest. All the best everyone!
Black Panther #2
The unrest in the Wakanda kingdom is starting to be the driving point of these series. Black Panther has taking it upon himself to deal with this unrest. The great thing about this series so far, is there isn't a real good or bad force here. It's if the troubled nation can continue to thrive. T'Challa is having to not only balance his Black Panther mantle, but as well as his kingly duties. There are defiantly a lot of moving parts going on in these series. Which credit to Ta-Nehisis Coates for being able to balance all that is going on in the book. The color and art of these series is top shelf too. It's honestly one of the reasons why I will continue to stick with the series. If you're looking for a fun Marvel series to jump into, look no further. This is a must read.
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #3
Now that the set up is out of the way after the first two issues, this series can finally start digging into the plot. Don't get me wrong the first two issues have been good and worth reading. It's just nice to see where this story line could be heading. Nostalgia has helped carry this series as well. If you were/are a fan of the original TV series, then you have no problem sticking with this comic. Tommy is still being haunted by his "demons" of Rita, and it has finally come to a head. Tommy passing out in battle last issue has made the other Rangers worry. Trini starts test on Tommy, only to discover that now he is having hallucinations. We get treated with a quick Zord-on-Zord action, as the Dragonzord takes on the Sabretooth Tiger Zord. Though the true beauty of the interaction between Tommy and Trini, is her talking about life after a Ranger. Kyle Higgins, as the head of this comic, does a great job of having Trini tell her story of why she wants to help people. It's a bright spot for the comic for sure. Though it is kind of a bummer that some of the other characters get the shaft. Basically, the other rangers get turned into supporting roles. Of course, it's hard for everyone to get their due with such a vast cast of characters. The last note goes to just how dynamic the comic is drawn. Visually, it is one of the better comics I've read this year. The colors, attention to detail, and carefully drawn characters really top this series off. Bravo, Hendry Praseya. Bravo! I look forward to each issue when they come out. As a MMPR fab myself, the nostalgia alone would keep me coming back. Now with the plot thickening, I know I will not be able to stop purchasing these books.