Radiant Pink joins Radiant Black on a shelf next to the Power Rangers
Let-do-Power-Rangers-better-than-Boom-Studios comic Radiant Black continues its massive-verse shared-universe spinoff at Image Comics, as Radiant Pink gets its own comic book series in December. Radiant Pink written by Meghan Camarena, Melissa Flores and designed by Emma Kubert as a five-issue miniseries, joining Radiant Black, Rogue Sun, Radiant Red, The Dead Lucky, and HOOD on the shelf – with only Punisher separating them on the comic book store shelf in alphabetical order of Power Rangers.
In Radiant Pink, life is good for Eva. Ever since teleportation superhero Radiant Pink (her secret alter ego) started getting guest on her streams, her view counts have skyrocketed, and fame and fortune are surely close behind. But when a charity apparition is interrupted by a squad of mercenaries searching for the Radiant that powers her, Eva will find herself far out of her comfort zone.
Kyle Higgins and Marcelo Costa’s hit Radiant Black took superhero storytelling to new heights when it launched in 2021, but Radiant Black isn’t the only character inhabiting the growing Massive-Verse. . Each character has a different story to tell, different adversaries to face…and they each occupy a very different corner of this shared superhero universe. Now is the time to enter the Massive-Verse.
“It’s been so much fun building the Radiant Black side of the Massive-Verse and part of that includes having the opportunity to bring in Meghan, Melissa, Emma, Rebecca and Becca to help us explore a very different from ‘superhero,'” Higgins said. “Similar to what Cherish, David and Miquel did with Satomi’s story in Radiant Red, Meghan and Melissa send Eva to some pretty unexpected places. I can’t wait for people to get to know her better.”