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Sina Grace will join Ryan Parrott just in time for the new "Necessary Evil" Power Rangers event.

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WonderCon 2019: Sina Grace joining Go Go Power Rangers as cowriter

Sina Grace will join Ryan Parrott just in time for the new “Necessary Evil” Power Rangers event.

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It was big day for Boom Studios and Sina Grace. In addition to announcing a new original series from Grace, Boom Studios revealed to WonderCon attendees that Grace will be joining current writer Ryan Parrott for Go Go Power Rangers, starting with Go Go Power Rangers #21 in June.

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“I’m excited to help Ryan and expand on all themes he’s set up,” Grace said at Boom Studios “Discover Yours” panel. “We’re moving everything forward while also allowing new readers to jump in and come on and love it as much as we do.”

Go Go Power Rangers #21 will continue the “Necessary Evil” event kicking off in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #40, which sees the highly anticipated return of the White Ranger. Boom Studios also revealed an exclusive first look at interior pages for the event, showing the White Ranger in action.

Sina Grace will join Ryan Parrott just in time for the new "Necessary Evil" Power Rangers event.
Image via Boom Studios

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #40 will hit shelves in June 2019 and launch the “Necessary Evil” event. “Necessary Evil” will continue in Go Go Power Rangers #21 in June as well. For more WonderCon 2019 news, be sure to follow AiPT! Comics on twitter and keep checking AiPTComics.com.

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