All the Rangers in Go Go Power Rangers will change in some way throughout Shattered Grid, but two of the Rangers will have the biggest arcs once all is said and done.
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Go Go Power Rangers has a knack for balancing the bigger than life moments with grounded and relatable characters, and the book's approach to Shattered Grid will be no different. ComicBook.com had the chance to sit down with Go Go Power Rangers writer Ryan Parrott to talk all things Go Go, including which Rangers will have the biggest arcs over the course of this story.
"I came to this book with the concept that sort of trying to come up with ... there was a lot of themes that played into it, you know the sort of forgotten friends is a big theme that played out for the first twelve issues," Parrott said. "The concept of evil
"So yeah Kimberly I think has the biggest arc in this particular section because she's going to be facing her future and is facing a version of herself so that will have an impact on anybody and also will have an impact on the other Rangers."
That makes sense with the Ranger Slayer running around, but she won't be the only Ranger to get a substantial arc. The leader of the Rangers will also get some time in the spotlight, as well his relationship with his dad.
"Jason has a good chunk of this one cause ... when I was in high school my mother was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and so when I was dealing with that it was all the sudden, it was this extra layer that came
"So I'm looking forward to people hopefully, you know seeing where that story goes and how he reacts to it," Parrot said. "How that evolves his character so I think Jason has a rather large chunk in this particular arc."
You can check out the full preview in the gallery, and you can find out more about Shattered Grid here.
Saban's Go Go Power Rangers #9 is written by Ryan Parrott and drawn by Dan Mora with colors by Raul Angulo and letters by Ed Dukeshire. Variant covers were provided by Miguel Mercado, Audrey Mok, Dylan Todd, and Natacha Bustos. You can check out the official description below.0comments
"As the Rangers deal with the fallout of Rita's sinister plan and Matthew's startling return, a new threat emerges with a shocking connection to Lord Drakkon."
Saban's Go Go Power Rangers #9 is in comic stores today.