12-Page First Look at BOOM!'s Power Rangers: The Psycho Path OGN

In October, explosive publisher BOOM! Studios will release Power Rangers: The Psycho Path, an original graphic novel by Paul Allor, Giuseppe Cafaro, and Marcelo Costa, and it's one that Powerbronies — the colloquial term for hardcore fans of the Power Rangers — should be excited about it. That's because this OGN will star "fan favorite Power Rangers in Space characters, Karone, Andros, and the iconic Psycho Rangers." Sweet!

From the press release:

In Space Red Ranger Andros and former Lost Galaxy Pink Ranger Karone must deal with the return of the Psycho Rangers, created by Karone when she was still the evil Astronema. They've come to planet KO-35 to find their lost leader, and they won't leave without her! But why do the Psycho Rangers want Astronema back, and what sinister plan is the Green Psycho Ranger hatching?

SABAN'S POWER RANGERS: THE PSYCHO PATH features cover art by artist Diego Galindo (Kino, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers).

BOOM! has released a first look preview at the comic, which won't hit stores for another two weeks, on October 9th. Check it out below.

POWER RANGERS PSYCHO PATH ORIGINAL GN
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(W) Paul Allor (A) Giuseppe Cafaro (CA) Diego Galindo
* The Psycho Rangers are back!
* Created by Karone when she was still the evil Astronema, the Psycho Rangers were programmed with overwhelming hate for all things Power Rangers. They were defeated at great personal cost, but now someone has brought them back and they are more murderous than ever before.
* Who brought them back, and why? And can former Lost Galaxy Pink Ranger Karone and her brother, Red In Space Ranger Andros, stop them before they bring the universe to its knees?
* From writer Paul Allor (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Clue) and the fan-favorite artist Giuseppe Cafaro (Suicide Squad, Power Rangers: Soul of the Dragon)!
In Shops: Oct 09, 2019
SRP: $19.99

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