Power Rangers Protection Program heads to Three Alarm Comics
Comic book stores have felt the economic impacts from COVID-19 and one local store is getting a visit from a superhero this week to help out.
Actor Jason David Frank is known for his role as Tommy Oliver in the Power Rangers TV franchise. Frank recently created the Power Rangers Protection Program where he and a few other Power Rangers alumni visit comic book shops across the country to meet fans and raise funds for local stores through signed memorabilia and more.
This coming Saturday at noon, Frank will be at Three Alarm Comics in D’Iberville, meeting fans and sharing his message of how comics can get people through tough times. “What better thing to do during your off time than to get away from the real world and disappear into a superhero world where you know, you’re protected. I think Power Rangers changes lives and it gives hope to people. You know, you come in, you get to, you know, when I say meet me, I like to say I get to meet them, because I hate the word come meet me, I want to meet them.”
The meet and greet with Jason David Frank will follow COVID-19 safety guidelines and will last until Frank has greeted every fan.
He’ll continue his tour with stops at comic book stores in Covington and Slidell, Louisiana on Sunday and Monday.