Written By: Ryan Parrott
Art By: Dan Mora
Colors By: Raúl Angulo
Lettered By: Ed Dukshire
Go Go Power Rangers #11 continues the arc of the evil Pink Ranger that the team is fighting right now. But that’s not all, we also get to see the team finally have some fun together after everything that has happened. This issue does a great job on just letting the team relax, but also emphasize the importance of having a good time when possible. We also discover the root of where all this anger and hate comes from with Kimberly of the future and alternate world, and it was certainly because of someone very close to her. Rita continues to watch from a distance, but is ready to begin her next move, and Finster seems to have a surprise made for them.
Kimberly has been the main focused character for a good bit now in Go Go Power Rangers and I think after this issue, she will finally be able to come to terms and move on with certain personal matters that she’s currently going through. She may never be fully happy about it but I think she is finally finding the strength needed to really come to terms of the reality in her situation. I’m really wondering where they go with Matthew from this point. He feels like he’s meant for something special, and I’ve really enjoyed how they’ve written him so far. With Tommy gone, maybe he’ll become a new ranger.
I’ve loved the art teams work on this series since the beginning, and they have yet to really let me down. There’s a particular page that stands out that is set at the juice bar. It really brings out how having a good time with the people you love around you can just really fill you up with a cup of happiness (or a milkshake at that). The costumes and the Zords are some of my favorite parts to just stare at, and that’s because of the coloring. Power Rangers just works so well for comics. With all the tech and magic involved in their world, you can see how the art team are really having fun filling in all of these pages. Go Go Power Rangers is all about teamwork, growing, failing, and picking yourself back up. I may have grown up with these characters but so much here feels so fresh and is worth a read from any comic book fan.