Justice League/Power Rangers by Tom Taylor

Justice League/Power Rangers

Two of the most popular crime-fighting teams of all time collide for the first time when the Justice League faces the Power Rangers!Something terrible has happened in Angel Grove! When the Command Center is breached and the teleporters are damaged, Zack is flung into another universe, where he's mistaken for a villain by a mysterious masked vigilante. Can the other Power Rangers get to their friend in time to save him from Batman? Co-published wi...

Details Justice League/Power Rangers

TitleJustice League/Power Rangers
Release DateDec 12th, 2017
PublisherDC Comics
GenreSequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels, Superheroes, Dc Comics, Comic Book

Reviews Justice League/Power Rangers

  • Chad
    Exactly how you'd expect a crossover of these two teams to go. But it's done well and Tom Taylor is a gifted writer so this works. Steve Byrne's art is gorgeous.Received an advanced copy from DC and Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.
  • Scott
    "Batman has been taken by a flying pink dinosaur robot!" - The FlashWhile I can't say I was exactly yearning for a JL / PR crossover - note: my knowledge of the Power Rangers could fill a Dixie cup - this book succeeds as a lightweight 'worlds collide' adventure. Some great scenes (Cyborg calling any and all League members into battle against monsters attacking various cities), some funny running jokes (the Rangers being put off by Batman's perpe...
  • Judah
    While this might be due to the fact it was originally published in magazine form, the bound version feels bloated in its second half and could have been easily 20 pages shorter.
  • Will Robinson Jr.
    Tom Taylor and artist Stephen Byrne bring us the action pack team up book that no one expected to happen. I have to say this is a really fun read. The Power Rangers comics being written by Kyle Higgins are phenomenal as well. DC Comics is just on a roll right now giving us comic book loving fans some really fun books. This book is no exception. The plot is pretty simple but the dialogue and character moments make this book a must read for superhe...
  • Alan
    Yes. the fanboy in me is a real sucker for this type of crossover. Over the years I'll also give DC credit for not making the stories too dependent on continuity, or too heavy on the strum and drang. This is the type of story that works best with a light touch, especially as it can be argued that power Rangers is an all-ages title/property.The entire city of Angel Grove gets kidnapped, villains team up across dimensions and teleporters go awry to...
  • James DeSantis
    Review to come
  • Chris Lemmerman
    [Read as single issues]After the success of TMNT/Batman and Lumberjanes/Gotham Academy, DC are back at it again with Justice League/Power Rangers. When a dimensional mishap sends Lord Zedd to the DC Universe, the Rangers are hot on his heels, but a team-up with Brainiac leads them to seek help of their own in the form of the Justice League.This is pretty basic in terms of plot idea; the Rangers meet the Justice League, fight the Justice League, a...
  • Kevin
    The Nerd Agenda ReviewsThe world is full of heroes. It is almost impossible to write this review without mentioning our childhood and nostalgia. The heroes that we grew up with are still here, and they are saving the world. What readers will love about Justice League/Power Rangers by Tom Taylor other than the phenomenal illustration is the story and how its elements play a huge role in the story. Because of a teleportation accident caused by Zack...
  • Renata
    I was...skeptical/amused of the concept of this, but also intrigued, and also I've really enjoyed some of Tom Taylor's other books so I picked this up. It was really funny! I had some legit laughs out of it. I'd definitely recommend it if you're at all intrigued by the concept.
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  • Ron Turner
    The story is rather silly but otherwise not bad, better than I thought it would be. I thought the inclusion of Braniac as the villain was an interesting choice.
  • Julio Bonilla
    I used to love watching Power Rangers when I was in Elementary School! The quotes by each Power Ranger brought me back to the mid-1990s! Then again, actions speak louder than words.
  • Paul Decker
    *I received this book as an eARC from DC Comics in exchange for an honest review*This is a super fun, super hero team crossover comic! The problem with crossover events like this that take two properties from two different worlds/franchises is that there can't be any actual growth or meaningful story. It's just fun to see these characters interacting with each other. This comic starts with a destroyed Angel Grove and Superman. This is just the fi...
  • Matisse
    The best team-ups in Power Rangers have had both teams look like equals (ie. Lost Galaxy w/ In Space), and the worst have one team completely overshadow the other (ie. Operation Overdrive's 'Once a Ranger' episode). This crossover is, thankfully, of the former. It's fun noticing that these are using the most recent versions of the teams, sporting the DC Rebirth outfits for the DC gang, and the Go Go Power Rangers outfits and art style for the Ran...
  • Nicola Mansfield
    I love these mash-up/team-ups. Though they can be hit or miss, this one is a big hit with me. It does an excellent job of bringing the two universes together while staying true to both. The art is well done portraying realistic DC characters and Power Rangers very recognisable with the TV show. A great story that brings together a villain from each universe. Lord Zedd and Brainiac work very well together having somewhat similar goals. A fun story...
  • Nathaniel Darkish
    Though overall pretty fun it definitely relied a lot more heavily on Power Rangers lore than I'm familiar with (I watched the show as a kid but retained very little of it). That said, it was a nice mixture of nostalgia and excitement, and they definitely chose an interesting villain team up that really challenged the heroes that I thought was a great choice. One final thing, I did feel like things wrapped up very quickly, which felt almost like t...
  • Angie
    The ultimate childhood crossover, I can definitely say I am satisfied. Never did I imagine Justice League and Power Rangers teaming up, but it was definitely a brilliant idea. A blend meant to show that not all superheroes wear capes or have super powers-- some are just teenagers with attitude. As important as the power coins may be to the Power Rangers, this comic series in itself shows that they are much more than that. If the ending was any in...
  • Ron
    Damaged teleporter device brought the Power Rangers across dimensions to Gotham City to confront Batman who calls for assistance. Unfortunately, they did not come alone, Lord Zedd also crossed the dimensions to team up with Brainiac. The villians plan on capturing Apple Grove from the Power Rangers dimension and then destroy the world. It is up to the Power Rangers and the Justice League to foil their plans and save the day!Thanks Netgalley for t...
  • Zara Mcaspurren
    Such A Good Team Up!Had been hearing about this team up for a while, and can say that it did not disappoint. Well written, with each character recognisable and true to themselves. The art is also lovely to look at, with clean lines and a good use of colour. One of those team ups I had been wanting to see for years, and it did not let me down. Plus, quite a few moments where I genuinely laughed out loud. Well worth reading!
  • Jill
    I actually really enjoyed this story for what it was. So, what would it be like if the power rangers and the justice league met? It's not a question I ever thought I needed the answer to, but I'm glad it was asked. It was a fun read. I loved the jokes and reactions the heroes from different worlds have towards each other.
  • Adrienne
    The fan girl in me saw this on Edelweiss and knew I had to have it. This crossover is light and a fun filled story. I was a little worried how they would handle 10 characters in one book with fairly different mythos but Taylor strikes the perfect balance to create a holistic reading experience. This is a super easy and cute read that fulfills many geeky dreams.
  • Kristin
    There's only a couple of fun moments to be had in this morass of generic crossover tropes. Zack is the only Ranger to snag the spotlight and poor Trini and Jason merit about two lines of dialogue each. Taylor is adept at juggling a large cast in the Injustice series, so I'm not sure what went wrong here.
  • Zachary King
    This book is a real treat. When Lord Zedd finds his way to the DC Universe, the Power Rangers join up with the Justice League to save earth - and Angel Grove - from a Brainiac invasion. As ever, Tom Taylor packs his story with tons of crowd-pleasing moments and spot-on characterization. Art by Stephen Byrne is suitably stylized. Here’s hoping the sequel tease means a follow-up is yet to come!
  • Mitch
    This is EXACTLY what I want from a Power Rangers Justice League crossover!Bold inks, bright colours, and dynamic panels!Not to mention some surprisingly poignant moments from Alpha-5. Ai-yi-yi-yi-yi!
  • Jeremy
    It is exactly what you would want from a justice League/Power rangers crossover though it does struggle a bit with all of the characters it has to juggle there are plenty of fun stand out moments to be had. A fun read with a nice setup for a sequel.
  • Ric White
    So much nostalgia it's almost painful. I didn't think it would be possible to get the vibes of these two universes to work cohesive together, but they have pulled it off. It won't win any prizes for storytelling, but it was an awfully fun read nevertheless.
  • John Yelverton
    It was a really fun and enjoyable graphic novel, which teamed up two rather unlikely superhero teams, but did it in a way that fans of each or either will enjoy. It does feel to be a bit more of a Power Rangers story than a Justice League story, but that doesn't detract from the enjoyment.
  • Christian Snow
    I like this novel.
  • Pear
    Always great seeing Batman get his ass beat.