EXCL.: Power Rangers #40 Reveals Orange Ranger on Make-A-Wish Variant Cover

A variant cover for Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #40, by writer Ryan Parrott and artists Daniele Di Nicuolo and Jamal Campbell, reveals the Orange Ranger.

The cover, which will be available exclusively at Comic-Con International in San Diego 2019, is a collaboration with the Make-A-Wish foundation, with 20% of sales going to the organization. The cover shows the Beast Morphers Orange Ranger, which was inspired by -- and created for -- an 8-year-old boy from New Jersey named Tyler.

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According to the press release, Tyler's "greatest wish is to be an Orange Power Ranger so he can make the world a safer place for everyone," with the cover celebrating his wish coming true at the Annual Make-A-Wish New Jersey Gala.

You can see the variant cover by Goñi Montes and read the solicitation for the issue below:

Last year, Shattered Grid made comic book history-this year NECESSARY EVIL changes what you think you know about the Power Rangers with a reveal that will have everyone talking!

The Power Rangers comic book event of 2019 begins here with the first appearance of the Power Ranger everyone's been asking about-the fan favorite White Ranger!

The all-new team of creators from record breaking Power Rangers; Shattered Grid; Ryan Parrot and Daniele Di Nicuolo present the return of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers-but what happened to the universe after the defeat of Lord Drakkon, and what do our Rangers remember?

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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #40 hits shelves June 26.

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