When the Power and The Glory of power and glory are at their highest, when the whole planet is in awe of them, and when you’re the most powerful in the galaxy, they can be more powerful than you can imagine.
This is the story of the Power Rangers, a brand new and entirely new series from writer Lorne Greene (The X-Files) and artist Brian Wood (Daredevil, Justice League Unlimited) that finds the team facing off against the most dangerous villains in the universe.
We spoke to Greene about what makes the Rangers so dangerous, how he plans to bring these characters to life, and the evolution of their characters over the years.1.
The Power Rangers are a new generation of action heroes, and they’re all very different from one another.
What’s the process behind developing the Power Ranger brand?
Lorne, Brian Wood and I have been working on this for a long time.
In the first book, we’re going to be doing this very different version of a Power Ranger that has been around for a very long time, which is why I’m doing this book now.
I had written this version of the character for the Powerpuff Girls, but it was really a collaboration between me and the girls themselves that led to this story.
We all kind of grew up together in our small town in Maine, and we all have a similar way of seeing things, so it kind of felt like the perfect way to do it.
I just wrote the original concept and just came up with the characters, and then I went to the Powerpuffs to pitch them, who are like, “Oh, we’d love to work with you, because we’d have a lot of fun with you!”
So I pitched them this concept.
Brian Wood did a great job on that.
I don’t know if you’ve seen it yet, but we actually did the first issue.
They were really into it.
It was a real hit.
And then Brian and I went back to Maine, where we grew up, and started working on it again.
Then I did the other two issues.
So I had a lot more freedom and a lot less of a schedule constraints than I did when I started.
I didn’t have to put out any of the script or anything like that.
The process of doing it was much simpler.2.
I was a big fan of the old Power Rangers series and loved the fact that they were a little more grounded and less silly than the new series.
But the old ones were so over the top, it was kind of fun to see them evolve over time.
How does this new Power Ranger series differ from the old one?
I’m not going to spoil it for you, but the original Power Rangers were very much a family-friendly show.
The new series is a more serious, serious show.
It has a lot darker themes.
But it’s also more grounded, so the kids can relate to it and the adults can relate.
What kind of challenges do you expect to face with this new series?
I think you’re going the right direction with it.
The original Power Ranger was very much about family and family values, so there’s a lot to love in it.
We want to show that you don’t need to be a power-hungry villain to do a good job as a Power Rangers.
It’s going to take more than just the good guys with big guns to keep them from being overrun.
What kinds of things are you going to explore?
The most important thing to me is what the Rangers will be like as a team.
They’re not going be a gang of villains that just go out and do bad things.
They have a very strong team dynamic and we want to do that.
What are some of the other things you’re bringing to the series?
The Rangers are the first group of people I’ve ever written who are going to have powers and be able to do these incredible things, and I think that’s going in a different direction.
That’s something I’ve been really excited about.
I wanted to make sure that I was introducing new characters that you’ve never seen before.
That is going to give you a lot for your time.
I’m really excited for the villains that you’re introduced to, because that is what you’re probably going to see a lot in the series.3.
What were some of your favorite moments in the original series?
One of my favorite moments is when they finally catch up with Rordon.
They finally find out who he really is.
The whole thing just sort of unravels.
I think one of the best things about the original books is that you can sort of see their journey through the series, which I think is the coolest thing about it.
You can see their evolution as a group, and you can see the evolution as the group.
And also you get to see the characters in the process of it.
There are all these moments that are so fun