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Power Rangers: The Psycho Rangers Return in Boom! Studios Graphic Novel

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Some of the most famous villains in Power Rangers history, the Psycho Rangers, are set to return in the upcoming graphic novel, Saban's Power Rangers: The Psycho Path.

The Boom! Studios comic will be written by Paul Allor (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), illustrated by Giuseppe Cafaro (Power Rangers: Soul of the Dragon) and colored by Marcelo Costa and is the latest in Boom!'s critically-acclaimed line of Power Rangers comics.

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As Boom! noted in its official press release, the series will dig into the origins of the twisted Psycho Rangers. After a mysterious force brings them back, Karone, the former Lost Galaxy Pink Ranger who created the Psycho Rangers while she was the villain Astronema, and her brother Andros, the Red Ranger from Power Rangers in Space, must work together to stop the Psychos.

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"I can not wait for Saban's Power Rangers: The Psycho Path to be unleashed upon the unsuspecting populace." said Allor. "The entire team has worked together to create a compelling and deliciously twisted journey that will surprise and delight Power Rangers fans all along the way. This book is not what you think it’s going to be. And I suspect you’ll love what it is."

Boom! also released two of Cafaro and Costa's character designs for the series.

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Cafaro expressed similar zeal about working on the property. "Being a part of the Power Rangers family is such a huge honor. I felt the weight of that honor in Power Rangers: Soul of the Dragon, and I can feel it now. I think the Psycho Rangers universe is so powerful and dark; it has been very fun to work on!"

 

Saban's Power Rangers: The Psycho Path, by Paul Allor, Giuseppe Cafaro and Marcelo Costa, is set to be released on Oct. 9, 2019.

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