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Carlos Dattoli Completes Stunning Power Rangers Art Series With The Green Ranger

Matthew Mueller

12/01/2017

Carlos Dattoli's Acme Art series has come to a close, and who better to end with than the Green Ranger.

The talented artist is known for his gorgeous colored and textured Mighty Morphin Power Rangers pieces, and he's finally completed the set with Tommy Oliver, the Green Ranger. It's as stunning as you'd expect, with a battle damaged Tommy in combat stance, Dragon Dagger in hand. The powerful Dragonzord rises from the Earth behind him, ready for whatever Rita has planned, resulting in a beautiful piece of art that you'll want hanging in your house.

Dattoli revealed the image with some disappointing news for collectors, but there is a silver lining.

"Sup guys! The green Ranger is finally here! And with this I finalize a series that not only I enjoyed so much but it brought me so many awesome moments and surprises," Dattoli said. "So I have two news for you, one bad and one good, the bad news is that you won't be able to buy the print via "Acme Archives", because the same has happened with the Red Ranger, they already have those two by the amazing Dave Rapoza, but the good news is that I will upload this illustration here in high resolution for you to download it for free, so you can print it in any size you want! This is just as a thank you for all the support these years, It really meant a lot guys, So I hope you enjoy this as much as I did painting it and wait for some new Power Rangers pieces!"

(Photo: Carlos Dattoli)

While you won't be able to get it as part of the Acme Archives line, you can still complete your collections, it will just take a few extra steps. Still, when the art is this stunning, does it really matter? Yeah, we didn't think so.

You can check out the high resolution art here. If you're looking for a Christmas present, putting this bad boy in a slick frame would make a Power Rangers fan insanely happy.

You can view several of our favorite pieces from Dattoli's portfolio in the gallery, and make sure to check out his full gallery on his Deviant Art, Facebook, and Behance pages.

(Photo: Carlos Dattoli)
(Photo: Carlos Dattoli)
(Photo: Carlos Dattoli)
(Photo: Carlos Dattoli)
(Photo: Carlos Dattoli)
(Photo: Carlos Dattoli)
(Photo: Carlos Dattoli)
(Photo: Carlos Dattoli)
(Photo: Carlos Dattoli)
(Photo: Carlos Dattoli)
(Photo: Carlos Dattoli)
(Photo: Carlos Dattoli)
(Photo: Carlos Dattoli)
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