Billy and Tommy are left powerless and trapped in a strange new world. Jason and the rest of the team must do all they can to track down their missing friends and bring Zordon back.
Tommy and Billy determine that they’ve been teleported either to an alternate reality – either their own future or a future from another world. Either way – Angel Grove is under control of someone called Lord Drakkon and there are numerous Black Rangers running around called “sentries”. Back home in the pocket dimension Trini announces the big discovery about the Black Dragon – that it has identical pieces as the Dragonzord. Not “close”, but “the exact same”, which is impossible without time travel or alternate dimensions. On top of that Trini confirms the Black Dragon was piloted by remote. Back in the alternate world, a voice calls out to Tommy and Billy – it is the talking sword Saba. But before Tommy and Billy can have any questions answered, the mysterious white and green Power Ranger appears, revealing himself not just to be Lord Drakkon, but an older version of Tommy himself.
At some point in the history of every franchise that has been around long enough they always explore the idea of a mirror universe or some alternate “the world has ended” timeline and FINALLY the Power Rangers have decided to do it. Everything about Lord Drakkon’s world is enticing – especially because the landscape is peppered with things to get the reader’s attention without calling any attention to it in the story – like the Thunderzords, Tor, and destroyed landmarks. Either way – it feels like a year’s worth of time was building to THIS moment and it has been worth it. On to the next!
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