Godzilla vs. The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers II
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Godzilla vs. The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers II is an upcoming five-issue Godzilla and Power Rangers crossover comic miniseries published by BOOM! Studios and IDW Publishing. A sequel to 2022's Godzilla vs. The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, the series sees the return of author Cullen Bunn and colorist Andrew Dalhouse, with the addition of illustrator Baldemar Rivas who takes over art duties from Freddie E. Williams II. In the comic, the evil Rita Repulsa returns with new allies in her latest bid for universal conquest, and it is once again up to the Power Rangers to stop her.
The first issue will be published in April 2024.
Worlds collide a second time as everyone’s favorite kaiju meets up with Earth’s mightiest warriors once again to take on the most fearsome monsters from both sides of the multiverse, with Rita Repulsa egging them on! This one has it all: SpaceGodzilla! Clawhammer! Tentacreep! But what exactly does Rita intend to do with their collective might, and how have her mysterious new allies, Astronema and the Alliance of Evil, given her added reach across worlds? The Power Rangers are on a mission to find out, but first…all roads lead back to Godzilla!
The miniseries was first announced on December 13, 2023, on the official Godzilla website.
Godzilla pencil study by Freddie E. Williams II
- Artist Freddie E. Williams II, who illustrated the previous series, returned to provide the cover of the first issue.
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