Since rocketing out of the gate with a fun and engaging debut, Power Rangers: Pink! has stumbled down the stretch, its drawn out story and tough-to-define tone a consistent thorn. And unfortunately, that feeling doesn't change much as the book enters its final leg, the script by Brendan Fletcher, Kelly Thompson and Tini Howard reaching its seeming conclusion with little fanfare. Read Full Review
I really enjoyed the art of the issue as well, though some of it was hard to see. There are many wide shots of the Rangers going against the evil Zord to show to scale of the ordeal that they have to overcome. Thankfully my review copy is in a digital format for zooming. The designs on the Rangers really stands out in one panel where they are depicted against the original costumes. The design choices for Pink are still my favourite part of the whole series. I'm both excited and sad for the next issue. With Pink ending it will be a shame to see a close to this lovely miniseries; at the same time though, it has been wonderful and the set up for the final issue seems great. Pink is a great addition to the ever-growing Power Rangers comic bookworld. Read Full Review
The final battle with Verto! Kimberly and Goldar's alliance gets put to the test leading to a grand conclusion to the long battle ... thankfully, the plight of the other Power Rangers hasn't been forgotten and it's finally time to act. Nice. Read Full Review
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