Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Pink

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Pink After leaving the Power Rangers Kimberly Hart the former Pink Ranger is thrust back into the Ranger life and must call upon the help of old friends The original Pink Ranger returns After leaving th

  • Title: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Pink
  • Author: Brenden Fletcher Kelly Thompson Tini Howard Daniele Di Nicuolo
  • ISBN: 9781608869527
  • Page: 164
  • Format: Paperback
  • After leaving the Power Rangers, Kimberly Hart, the former Pink Ranger, is thrust back into the Ranger life and must call upon the help of old friends.The original Pink Ranger returns After leaving the life of a Mighty Morphin Power Ranger behind, Kimberly Hart finds herself pulled back into the fray With her parents missing and their village overrun by monsters, she musAfter leaving the Power Rangers, Kimberly Hart, the former Pink Ranger, is thrust back into the Ranger life and must call upon the help of old friends.The original Pink Ranger returns After leaving the life of a Mighty Morphin Power Ranger behind, Kimberly Hart finds herself pulled back into the fray With her parents missing and their village overrun by monsters, she must reclaim her destiny and discover the power that lies within She ll have to call on some old friends if she s to unravel this mystery and save this once sleepy village From writers Brenden Fletcher Batgirl, Gotham Academy and Kelly Thompson Jem and the Holograms, A Force and artist Daniele Di Nicuolo Mirror s Edge Exordium the Pink Ranger embarks on her first solo Power Ranger adventure

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    About " Brenden Fletcher Kelly Thompson Tini Howard Daniele Di Nicuolo "

  • Brenden Fletcher Kelly Thompson Tini Howard Daniele Di Nicuolo

    Brenden Fletcher is a writer who s worked on DC Comics titles including the bestselling Batgirl of Burnside, Gotham Academy, and Black Canary.He contributed the acclaimed Flash story to the Eisner and Harvey Award winning Wednesday Comics and has recently launched a Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Pink series for Boom Studios.

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  • I can't believe that I've just finished the entire graphic novel about the queen of my childhood, Kimberly Hart, kicking ass and leading the entire team of superheroes. THANK YOU!(And that last issue got me so emotional 3)


  • The original Pink Ranger, Kimberly Hart, takes center stage in this comic taking place after Kim has left the team to pursue her gymnastic career. Goldar has a plan of his own while Lord Zedd and Rita are off planet dealing with the Power Rangers. Goldar takes Kim's family hostage and she must reconnect with her powers to save the day. There were so many things I loved in this book! This was made for readers my age who grew up with the original Mighty Morphin squad. Nostalgia meter set to 11!Kim [...]


  • This was a solid read. It jumps ahead a few years in the current comic continuity and gives you a brief glimpse of what's to come, all the while giving some great characterization of the first Pink Power Ranger.I think this comic does a great job in letting us see what happens to Kimberly (and Zack and Trini, to a lesser extent) after leaving the Power Rangers. How does one go from saving the world everyday using superhuman powers to being an ordinary citizen? That experience as a Power Ranger w [...]


  • I can't believe that after all this time, long time Power Rangers fans were given this. Kimberly made my childhood, she was The Queen of it. This was just amazing. I did not want to finish it. 5 well deserved stars.


  • I loved this. Kimberly was always my favorite as a kid. She was the first character that I saw that was a girl and a badass. I loved the idea that you could be girly and still kick some ass on occasion. I pretty much stopped watching regularly after she left and I hated how she dumped Tommy out of nowhere for another guy. It just never sat well with me. Being a child I didn't really understand the concept of actors being gone for good on a show. I never separated actors from their characters as [...]


  • You really have to experience this one for yourself to see just how cohesive and engaging the storytelling is. I spent many years watching Power Rangers as a kid, so I knew I'd pick up this comic regardless of its reception. But even if you didn't grow up with it, this is simply a well-done and self-contained superhero story that can be easily enjoyed by all ages. Set years after Kimberly left the team, she finds herself called back into action when Goldar takes over the French village where her [...]


  • Full disclosure: I've always thought the pink ranger was the worst.I know, come at me with the pitchforks. As a kid, I was a diehard Trini fane was smart and nerdy but still super cool, and Kimberly always seemed like a ditzy, annoying bimbo. My opinions haven't changed over the years, because Kim still gets on my nerves and Trini is still my favorite. I argued with myself over getting this (I'm enjoying the main run of the comic, and figured I might need this for continuityyou don't). I was ple [...]


  • Wow, childhood relived right here. First off the artwork is SPOT. ON. It's clean, crisp, vibrant, I loved it. Secondly, the story is pure Power Rangers nostalgia. You can hear each character still in your head as you read ad it brings back so many memories. The zords, Zordon, Alpha 5, Rita.e list goes on. I do miss not having every single one of the Original Power Rangers back, but that's okay. Maybe as time goes on they'll do a series on each Ranger (PLEASE!!!!!). This though dives right into t [...]


  • I wasn't sure what to expect with this graphic novel. I literally picked it up because all it had on it was Kimberly and I was like YAS! I didn't even read the synopsis, I had to have it. And I'm glad I got it. I don't remember if I ever watched the ending of Kimberly's run on Power Rangers (that was too long ago) but I'm sure I did and I'm sure I hated her leaving. If anything that was probably the reason I stopped. So to see this, and to see a continuation of her story and to have it some what [...]


  • Kimberly Hart, The Original Pink Ranger will forever be a fictional character that inspires me (right up there with Hermione Granger and Anne Shirley) so I was super exciting to learn that there was a graphic all about her. This one takes place outside the timeline of the current MMPR graphics and follows Kim to France after she'd left the Rangers to focus on her gymnastics career. But monsters are not too far behind, so she links up with Zordon to restore her powers, and the powers of former Ra [...]


  • Isn't this a pleasant surprise? Here the original Pink Ranger (Kimberly Hart) is given the chance to headline a graphic novel taking place sometime after she left the original TV series. The team here does a wonderful job capturing the Saturday morning theatrics of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers for those of us who grew up in the '90s (so many one-liners), while also inserting a level of character progression the show lacked. If you're a fan of Kimberly Hart and want to see her role expanded, [...]


  • THIS. This was amazing!I loved everything about it - the art, the story, the dialogue. Kimberly was always my favourite, and when I was younger and watched the show (when I was maybe 5? 6?) I idolized her. Not just because she wore pink. But she was a girl, and she kicked ass. And she continues to kick ass in this graphic novel, which gives her so much personality and really sets her up as the role model superheroine that girls deserve.I wish that this series had continued!


  • I'm not gonna lie, I loved this. It brought back a million memories of playing Power Rangers as a kid, of wanting to be a gymnast like Kimberly, of fighting putties in my backyard. It's pure nostalgia fuel. Even having Goldar as the lead villain was perfect. It brought back all the feels. I have no idea if todays kids would know or care about a ranger who has been off the air for almost 20 years, but for those who will always love Kimberly Hart, this book is for you.


  • The artwork for this series is lovely and has moments reminiscent of the show itself. The last issue does seem tacked on but it does wrap things up between Kimberly leaving the show and give a little more detail and closure.


  • Once upon a time, I was a small child with a big dream to be the Pink Ranger. And now in my 20s I can say that not much has changed (even if my love for the colour has faded). This graphic novel thrilled me.


  • I haven't followed the main comic, but this spinoff set after Kimberly leaves the Power Rangers was a lot of fun to read. It hit the right balance of nostalgia and putting a fresh spin on things. A great display of superheroics and what an awesome, inspiring character Kimberly can be.


  • Corny but I liked it! The art wasn't as good as I had hoped. Some of the close ups had weird facial expressions. Still, fun read, especially the end.





  • Greatly enjoyed this read! Brought me back to my childhood! Look forward to reading more of their adventures!



  • As cheesy and full of heart as to be expected, and it brought me right back to my childhood.'Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Pink' is a blast. It's what a comic for kids ought to be: Bright, colourful, action-packed, but it doesn't talk down to its audience. Anyone at any age can read it and enjoy it. It's a near-perfect blend of friendly nostalgia and up-to-date storytelling and characters, who have enough depth to keep the reader invested and excited until the last cathartic page.The first pink [...]


  • Awwww, yeah. Hello childhood, how you been?? Pinkie (as I always liked to call Ms. Kimberly) I back and more bad-ass than ever. After some convoluted ridiculous setup that has her pink suit hung up and has her in France or some such nonsense, Pinkie has to get the old gang back together to put a stop to the most random and in(s)ane plot ever devised for paper. Now, I'm not saying that this is a bad thing, that the plot is more messy than a toddler in a bowl of pasgetti, it's more like it capture [...]


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