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Linkara: [nonchalant] Hello and welcome to Atop the Fourth Wall, where bad comics burn. I think it's pretty well-established by now that I'm a Power Rangers fan. If it isn't, I LIKE POWER RANGERS!!

Linkara [v/o]: But, let's get something straight. Just because I'm a fan of it doesn't mean I can't poke fun at it. Let's face it, the show is cheesy, the concept ridiculous, sometimes casting doesn't see a potential problem that they really should have, the science is ridiculous, and there's just a lot to make fun of. As such, I laugh at plenty of parodies of it, like CollegeHumor's Zordon is Racist sketch, or Animaniacs's sketch making fun of the fight scenes and dialogue and morality plays.

Yakko, Wakko, Dot: Right.

Linkara [v/o]: The other thing to remember about those, THEY'RE ACTUALLY FUNNY!!

Linkara: Unlike today's comic, Mightily Murdered Power Ringers. It's a black-and-white parody comic and, oh! It's been awhile since we got to enjoy a black-and-white comic on this show, hasn't it?

Linkara [v/o]: And hell, what's the track record for these things? There was Sinnamon that bizarrely injected Mulder and Scully into the narrative along with communist rednecks. Then there was Sultry Teenage Super Foxes, both issues of it, that were either incredibly stupid and sexist or just boring. Xena Number 1 was just violent schlock and finally there was Bimbos in Time, a comic that the creator freely admitted was made with the intent to make it the worst comic ever.

Linkara: And kudos to that creator. It's a good contender for that vaunted position. And today on out 150th episode, let's meet another as we dig into Mightily Murdered Power Ringers Number 1.

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