Zordon’s fate is revealed leading to some surprising developments for Drakkon’s world and the old sage himself.
We take a break from the action to see what Zordon is up to. He’s stuck inbetween dimensions and time – seeing the events that happen in Lord Drakkon’s universe and witnessing his own death. As he begins to lose faith, his dying counterpart expresses to always believe in his Power Rangers – even if they don’t always yield the results that we hope for. And to give an important lesson – that we should never get lost in the idea of “If only…” because sometimes it isn’t better on the other side.
We get another glimpse in to the history of Lord Drakkon’s world. What I love about this is how “Days of Future Past” this feels like, or even an “Age of Apocalypse” feel from the classic X-Men comics of the silver age and the 90’s. This will go down as one of the most memorable Power Rangers stories ever told and every issue is a cannot miss issue.
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