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The Ranger Slayer, an alternate universe version of Kimberly Hart, has returned home and become the new ruler of her dimension - but can she fill the void left behind by Lord Drakkon or will she be destroyed by his legacy? RISE OF THE RANGER SLAYER The Ranger Slayer, an alternate universe version of Kimberly Hart, has returned to her home dimension to pick up the pieces lef The Ranger Slayer, an alternate universe version of Kimberly Hart, has returned home and become the new ruler of her dimension - but can she fill the void left behind by Lord Drakkon or will she be destroyed by his legacy? RISE OF THE RANGER SLAYER The Ranger Slayer, an alternate universe version of Kimberly Hart, has returned to her home dimension to pick up the pieces left behind in the wake of Lord Drakkon’s reign. But Kim’s only option to save the people she loves is to become the thing she hates most - the new ruler of her world who sits on Drakkon’s throne. Now Kim must uncover the darkest secrets that Lord Drakkon left behind, starting with the secrets of his prison called Deadlock...and the shocking identity of the inmate known only as the Unknown Ranger. When Lord Drakkon’s final failsafe is tripped, an even deadlier threat sets its sights on Earth - and the Ranger Slayer won’t be able to defeat it on her own! Writers Ryan Parrott & Anthony Burch, along with artists Dan Mora & Simone Ragazzoni, present a bold new beginning for two of the most popular Power Rangers of all time - and set Kimberly Hart on a path you never expected. Collects Power Rangers: Ranger Slayer #1 and Power Rangers: Drakkon New Dawn #1-3.


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The Ranger Slayer, an alternate universe version of Kimberly Hart, has returned home and become the new ruler of her dimension - but can she fill the void left behind by Lord Drakkon or will she be destroyed by his legacy? RISE OF THE RANGER SLAYER The Ranger Slayer, an alternate universe version of Kimberly Hart, has returned to her home dimension to pick up the pieces lef The Ranger Slayer, an alternate universe version of Kimberly Hart, has returned home and become the new ruler of her dimension - but can she fill the void left behind by Lord Drakkon or will she be destroyed by his legacy? RISE OF THE RANGER SLAYER The Ranger Slayer, an alternate universe version of Kimberly Hart, has returned to her home dimension to pick up the pieces left behind in the wake of Lord Drakkon’s reign. But Kim’s only option to save the people she loves is to become the thing she hates most - the new ruler of her world who sits on Drakkon’s throne. Now Kim must uncover the darkest secrets that Lord Drakkon left behind, starting with the secrets of his prison called Deadlock...and the shocking identity of the inmate known only as the Unknown Ranger. When Lord Drakkon’s final failsafe is tripped, an even deadlier threat sets its sights on Earth - and the Ranger Slayer won’t be able to defeat it on her own! Writers Ryan Parrott & Anthony Burch, along with artists Dan Mora & Simone Ragazzoni, present a bold new beginning for two of the most popular Power Rangers of all time - and set Kimberly Hart on a path you never expected. Collects Power Rangers: Ranger Slayer #1 and Power Rangers: Drakkon New Dawn #1-3.

30 review for Power Rangers: Drakkon New Dawn

  1. 5 out of 5

    MajesticalLion

    I had never gotten into Power Rangers until very recently, but as a huge fan of the Shattered Grid storyline, this was the perfect follow up. The character dynamics felt perfect even from someone who wasn't familiar with all the characters histories. And the art was amazing in the Ranger Slayer issue. I love Dan Mora's work. And despite having a lot to live up to, Simone Raggazoni's art was great in the main issues as well. Hoping to jump on to the Power Rangers series proper after this. I had never gotten into Power Rangers until very recently, but as a huge fan of the Shattered Grid storyline, this was the perfect follow up. The character dynamics felt perfect even from someone who wasn't familiar with all the characters histories. And the art was amazing in the Ranger Slayer issue. I love Dan Mora's work. And despite having a lot to live up to, Simone Raggazoni's art was great in the main issues as well. Hoping to jump on to the Power Rangers series proper after this.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    What happened to the Coinless Universe when Lord Drakkon left it to die? Kimberly Hart, also known as the Ranger Slayer, returns to find a world in ruins, and only she can fix it. But does it want to be fixed? And what dark specter lurks just out of sight, waiting to strike? Okay, this was very good stuff. I love how the effects of Shattered Grid have continued to resonate out through the Power Rangers books even though it's been over for years now. The return to the Coinless Universe manages to What happened to the Coinless Universe when Lord Drakkon left it to die? Kimberly Hart, also known as the Ranger Slayer, returns to find a world in ruins, and only she can fix it. But does it want to be fixed? And what dark specter lurks just out of sight, waiting to strike? Okay, this was very good stuff. I love how the effects of Shattered Grid have continued to resonate out through the Power Rangers books even though it's been over for years now. The return to the Coinless Universe manages to do a lot of world building in four issues (although they are oversized), and the warring factions all have good points to raise (except maybe Scorpina wanting to murder everyone, although she gets better by the end too). Kim works well as a protagonist, trying to find redemption for herself through redeeming her world, and the developments that bring all of the characters together set the stage for future adventures that I really want to see play out. There's also surprisingly good coherence between the Ranger Slayer one-shot and the New Dawn mini-series despite them being written by different writers. The art's a little more dissonate, but that's because the incomparable Dan Mora draws the Ranger Slayer one-shot while New Dawn proper is drawn by Simone Ragazzoni. Ragazzoni is very consistent though, packing in a lot of detail into their panels without sacrificing the story or turning everyone into coloured blobs. New Dawn is a good way to describe this series - it sets up a lot of potential story hooks for a world that I'd thought was mostly done and dusted, and I'd love to see it revisited. The writers and artists assembled do a great job of bouncing off each other to create something different for the Power Rangers universe, but cleverly inspired by all that came before.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Chris Wermeskerch

    I'm really mixed on this. For one, the World of the Coinless deserved absolutely more time - the Ranger Slayer one-shot was good, but the main villain could've been given a full arc, if they wanted. Same for Eclipta, but I guess we'll see the follow up soon with the reveal at the end. Seeing how Kim, Trini, Zach, the Stone Canyon kids, and the Unknown Ranger react to each other, and their own trauma, is brilliant, but even that deserves a lot of time to breath. But I'm not sure how much they'd b I'm really mixed on this. For one, the World of the Coinless deserved absolutely more time - the Ranger Slayer one-shot was good, but the main villain could've been given a full arc, if they wanted. Same for Eclipta, but I guess we'll see the follow up soon with the reveal at the end. Seeing how Kim, Trini, Zach, the Stone Canyon kids, and the Unknown Ranger react to each other, and their own trauma, is brilliant, but even that deserves a lot of time to breath. But I'm not sure how much they'd be willing to give - a lot moves really quickly to fit into a mini-series. (For what it's worth, I'm not a huge fan of the design of Queen Ranger Slayer or the Shattered.)

  4. 4 out of 5

    Tim

    This was a nice return to the Coinless World of the comics. It was really cool that we were able to almost reunite the classic team but in a different setting (minus Billy of course). Even though Drakkon is “dead” (if you’ve read the other comics you know it’s not true), his shadow looms in this book. I appreciated humanizing Scorpina. Her dynamic with Adam was great. I really hope we see a continuation of this story. The end of the book seems to hint at that. And we have a new team with the Shat This was a nice return to the Coinless World of the comics. It was really cool that we were able to almost reunite the classic team but in a different setting (minus Billy of course). Even though Drakkon is “dead” (if you’ve read the other comics you know it’s not true), his shadow looms in this book. I appreciated humanizing Scorpina. Her dynamic with Adam was great. I really hope we see a continuation of this story. The end of the book seems to hint at that. And we have a new team with the Shattered Rangers. So it’ll be cool to see them interact with the new villain that’s teased

  5. 5 out of 5

    Guillaume

  6. 5 out of 5

    Guy T

  7. 5 out of 5

    T.J. Blackburn

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ferry Metal

  9. 4 out of 5

    Dia

  10. 5 out of 5

    Seth Runyon

  11. 4 out of 5

    Ryan Michael

  12. 4 out of 5

    Amy Walker - Trans-Scribe Reviews

  13. 5 out of 5

    Xaanua

  14. 4 out of 5

    OTIS

  15. 5 out of 5

    Trevor

  16. 4 out of 5

    Hew La France

  17. 4 out of 5

    Sammy

  18. 4 out of 5

    Joe

  19. 4 out of 5

    Ethan

  20. 4 out of 5

    Andrew

  21. 4 out of 5

    Robert

  22. 5 out of 5

    Matheus Vidal

  23. 4 out of 5

    Matthew

  24. 4 out of 5

    Tiag⊗

  25. 5 out of 5

    Tyler

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kat

  27. 4 out of 5

    Number Two

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kory

  29. 5 out of 5

    MFCOMMAND

  30. 5 out of 5

    Laurence Hind

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