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AIPT Comics podcast episode 135: Ryan Parrott on the next era of Power Rangers, epic origin stories, and real-life inspirations

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AIPT Comics podcast episode 135: Ryan Parrott on the next era of Power Rangers, epic origin stories, and real-life inspirations

Don’t miss the AIPT Comics deep-dive on Power Rangers with series writer Ryan Parrott, plus we recap the week!

Welcome back to your weekly dose of comics news, reviews, and interview content! This week, special guest Ryan Parrott joins the show to discuss the revelations discovered in Mighty Morphin #10. We dig into how he’s built everything up to this, writing a classic villain, the future of Power Rangers, how great Dan Mora’s art is, and so much more! Plus, we play Superfight and pit Darth Vader versus Lord Zed!

Before the interview, we dig into the biggest news of the week. The biggest news of the week involves Substack and how creators are moving to the platform. James Tynion IV signaled he’s ending his superhero work starting November 2021, Jonathan Hickman outlined his Substack plans for Three Worlds Three Moons, and Chip Zdarsky revealed the freedoms of Substack and his future in comics.

In other news, Wizard World closes its convention business, selling all cons off to Fan Expo, Image revealed King Spawn #1 sells record-setting 497K in pre-orders, and DC Comics released their solicits. We go over those details, while also delving into Marvel Comics news of added Wasp and Black Bolt one-shots to Darkhold lineup and finally Tini Howard is no longer Marvel exclusive with DC work coming in November.

AIPT Kapow Moment of the Week

Nathan – Mighty Morphin #10 (Ryan Parrott, Dan Mora)

AIPT Comics podcast episode 135: Ryan Parrott Mighty Morphin

Dave – Pennyworth #1 (Scott Bryan Wilson, Juan Gedeon)

AIPT Comics podcast episode 135: Ryan Parrott Pennyworth

AIPT Comics Podcast Picks of the Week:

Dave:

  1. Mamo #2 (Sas Milledge)
  2. Mighty Morphin (2020) #10 (Ryan Parrott, Dan Mora)

Nathan:

  1. Batman ‘89 #1 (Sam Hamm, Joe Quinones)
  2. The Silver Coin #5 (Michael Walsh, Gavin Fullerton, Toni Marie Griffin)

In our Judging by the Cover segment, we discuss our favorite cover art out next week. Dave picked Sinister War #3 by Veregge Cover and Nathan chose The Trial of Magneto #1 by Mark Brooks. Check those out below.

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