Slight spoilers ahead, so if you haven't read it yet you've been warned.
To answer that question it's best to cover the facts first. Go Go Power Rangers is also set during the Mighty Morphin era, but earlier in the timeline. This series starts during the Ranger's first fight with Goldar and focuses on the meshing personalities of the Rangers from that day forward.
When first announced, it seemed a bit, well, redundant might be the most prudent word, but thankfully it's anything but. This series immediately
Each Ranger gets their chance to shine, with the team even debuting a new recurring character that seems to fit right in (and no, it's not Tommy). Series stalwarts like Ernie, Bulk, and Skull are also thrown into the mix.
As stated before, the book fully embraces Power Rangers lore with a number of nods to the series delivered with a wink and a smile. In fact, the characterization is so strong you'll probably read it in the voices from the show, and to answer your question that does come from
Go Go Power Rangers is one of those books that you don't think you need until you read it. Now that it's here, well, here's hoping it never leaves.
Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars.
Go Go Power Rangers #1 is written by Ryan Parrott with art by Dan Mora. The official description is included below.
The untold, personal story of what happens to Jason, Kim, Trini, Zack, and Billy following in the days after they first became Power Rangers. Fighting evil is hard, but surviving high school may be even harder-welcome to real life in Angel Grove.