Across the Border: Power Ranger Signing at Inner Geek

The Inner Geek at the Ashland Town Center Mall in Ashland Kentucky, owned by the guy who runs Lexington Comics & Toy Con, will have a special signing event with Jason David Frank of Power Rangers fame Thursday from 5pm to 7pm.

Get an exclusive Power Rangers Megaforce 8×10 there.  No word yet on how much the signing will cost.  There will Power Rangers items at the shop to buy if you do not already have your own item for signing.  Since September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, all proceeds will be donated to a local charity to help children with cancer.

Any fans of Power Rangers, or at least those wanting to check out the shop and help with other nerds, should come on down and help raise a little money for charity.

The Inner Geek is your one-stop shop for anything geek. They carry new geek gear, comic books, toys from the 50’s on up, gaming cards, autographed memorabilia, and so much more. Open 7 days a week at Ashland Town Center.

Jason David Frank is well-known for his role of Tommy Oliver in the long-running children’s television show Power Rangers. Frank’ s character has morphed into the most different power rangers in the show’s twenty year history. He first morphed on the scene as the Mighty Morphin Green Ranger, a bad boy turned good, who after only ten episodes was intended to be written out of the show. However, due to his popularity, Frank’s character was able to morph into the Mighty Morphin White Ranger, Red Zeo, Red Turbo and then returned in 2004 as the Black DinoThunder Ranger.




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