Justice League / Power Rangers #3

Justice League / Power Rangers #3

Writer: Tom Taylor Artist: Stephen Byrne Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: March 8, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 12 User Reviews: 5
6.8Critic Rating
8.4User Rating

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Evil begets evil when Brainiac and Lord Zedd partner to destroy their mutual Earths! Can the Justice League withstand the dark terrors of Lord Zedd? Will Angel Grove survive Brainiac's archival aspirations? Co-published with BOOM! Studios.

  • 10
    DC Comics News - Sean Blumenshine Mar 8, 2017

    This is a great read. There is a lot of action featuring a wide variety of heroes which makes it a lot of fun. Tom Taylor does a nice job of making the situation feel really intense but still fun and energetic. The art is gorgeous and a lot of fun to look at. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    Black Nerd Problems - Jordan Calhoun Mar 8, 2017

    The artwork also does the damn thing, capturing the fast-paced action and the tone this series needed to feel true to both franchises. Overall, Justice League Power Rangers is a joy to read for fans of either franchise. I'm hype for what's to come. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    GWW - Danny White Mar 8, 2017

    Justice League/Power Rangers is, for a lack of better way to say it, just a whole lot of fun and is a treat for fans of the original Power Rangers and fans of DC Comics alike. I am excited to see this story unfold and where it will take our teams going forward. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Dark Knight News - Sharna Jahangir Mar 9, 2017

    We've already seen them fight: the Justice League against Brainiac, and the Might Morphs battling Lord Zedd. The combination of them is a thrilling joy to read. I had been waiting for this series the minute I heard of it. I suppose for nostalgic reasons, as well as the art looking so attractive. We can expect that the next issue will begin the climax, and although predictable, during these struggling times, we can never get enough of team ups and taking down villains. We need it! Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    The Pop Break - Mar 8, 2017

    Byrne's artwork sells the frantic proceedings that Taylor writes. His scenes capture the necessary scale to render fights between giant monsters and dinosaur robots. He also conveys the quiet moments pretty well. His Batman and Superman carry the requisite gravitas, while the Rangers sans Power Coins actually look like believable teenagers. Read Full Review

  • 7.3
    We The Nerdy - Aron Pohara Mar 8, 2017

    Overall this book is an interesting crossover, even though I don't see what the full point of it really was. It has a bigger canvas of characters to play for sure, especially with lot of these characters still not making their Rebirth debut. It is certainly a book made for younger readers, and mostly for the fans of Power Rangers, if they want to continue seeing the adventures of these characters, but other than that, the book is really just another crossover that should not exist. So for those people that just want to get a little bit more colorful take on Justice League, or Power Rangers, this book is for you, anyone else look somewhere else for your entertainment! Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Batman-News - Elena Carrillo Mar 9, 2017

    This feels formulaic, but in a winning way. If you just want a nice clean adventure, this fits the bill and then some. The context of the team-up works, everyone is getting along in a way that makes sense, and the Justice Leaguers are just fun to watch as they zip around battling great krakens all over the world. If you want Zord action, there's very little of it here, and the end of the issue sort of slips into some heavy scientific folderol, but the story is moving along and I'm expecting big things from the Lord Zedd/Braniac team-up on the other side come issue No. 4! Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    Weird Science - Branden Murray Mar 8, 2017

    Justice League Power Rangers #3 is another suitable issue ina crossover that's so far had a solid story with great art.  I really think this maybe a better book ifyou're a parent and have a preteen aged child interested in either propertiesor attempting to get into comics. However for a regular monthly reader of avariety of different, as well as related properties, to this title it's failingto hold my attention. Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    IGN - Jeff Lake Mar 8, 2017

    Another issue, another set of unmet expectations for this series. Tom Taylor has done a solid job of building a tale that fits tonally with both properties, but the drawn out plotting and overabundance of DC characters ultimately pushes the Power Rangers out of the picture here. There's fun to be had"including an abundance of teenagers-on-dinosaurs zingers"but it doesn't fully translate to a strong installment. Stephen Byrne's art gives the issue an appealing sheen, but we're still waiting for that breakout issue that ties it all together. Read Full Review

  • 5.5
    The Brazen Bull - Charlie Chipman Mar 11, 2017

    Although the issue looks good, and it's fun, I think that we JL and PR fans deserve a bit more than just a fun comic filled with decent art, right? The plot has been anything but consistent, and while I am still hopeful for the remaining crossover issues, I'm quite disappointed. Read Full Review

  • 3.0
    Comics: The Gathering - Jason Laframboise Mar 8, 2017

    I keep hoping that this book will end strongly, or at least one issue with get a passing grade from me, but that hope is dying a slow agonizing death with each turn of the page. I want it to be good, I want to see the Justice League fighting giant monsters along side the Megazord. What I don't want is to read about the Flash, Superman and Wonder Woman chat with teenagers. No thank you. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Comic Bastards - Jonathan Edwards Mar 8, 2017

    The single best thing about this issue is the idea Billy (the Blue Ranger) comes up with for how to get back to the Rangers' universe, and it's not because the idea makes any sense. Read Full Review

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