BOOM! Studios has announced a license from Saban Brands to produce new Mighty Morphin Power Rangers comics.

The series will be introduced with a set of six exclusive one-page comics at San Diego Comic-Con, each focusing on a different ranger. A pin-up image by artist Goni Montes will be featured on one side, and the interconnected one-page comics written by Mairgheard Scott (Transformers: Witchblade), with art by Daniel Bayliss(Translucid) will be featured on the other. The new series will focus exclusively on the mid-1990s era “Mighty Morphin” era of the Power Rangers property, targeting superfans of that television show.

Specific details on the series launch were not announced.

BOOM! also released this second cover image to Entertainment Weekly.

Marvel published Mighty Morphin Power Rangers comics in the early 1990s, and more recently, Papercutz developed the property as a children’s graphic novel series (see “Papercutz Plans Launches, Support”).

Updates on the long-gestating theatrical film from Lionsgate has been scarce since last summer’s announcement of a high profile screenwriting team (see “'Power Rangers' Script Gets 'X-Men' Treatment”).