Drawn Into Danger
Airdate: October 23, 2004
Trent surprisingly shows Conner up on the soccer field.
Meanwhile, Elsa shows Mesogog her new magic pen. "The pen is mightier than the sword." she says.
Trent goes to the Cyberspace to meet Carson Daily a famous comic book artist, who is interested in seeing his work.
Principal Randall also shows up and gives him her pen, which she insists that he uses on his latest project.
That night, Carson works like crazy on his new comic.
The next day while the other Rangers are helping Conner practice, they find themselves in another dimension.
They seem to be drawn into Carson Daily's new comic book.
They are confronted by Fridgia the ruler of this dimension.
Fridgia is not happy with intruders and blast the Rangers to the ground.
The Rangers morph and battle against Fridgia.
Meanwhile, Anton Mercer is looking at Trent's drawings when he decides to make a phone call.
The next day at the Cyberspace, Carson shows Trent his new comic.
Trent is delighted to see a comic book about the Power Rangers.
He is surprised to see the Black Ranger ask for his help.
Hayley asks Trent how the comic ends.
The comic story ends with the Power Rangers' ultimate demise.
Trent confronts Carson about the comic, but he doesn't even remember drawing most of it, but claims it's his greatest work.
Trent morphs into the White Ranger to show the importance of the situation.
Using the pen that Carson used to draw the comic, Trent draws himself into the comic.
The White Ranger joins the others and they use their Dino Gem powers to defeat Fridgia and escape the comic book dimension.
The Power Rangers return to their reality to find out they've been followed.
Fridgia managed to escape from the comic book dimension as well and plans to take over this one.
The Triassic Ranger uses the Battlizer to destroy Fridgia once and for all.
The White Ranger destroys the magic pen and Elsa reminds Mesogog that Mercer's presence is weakening him.
Later at the Cyberspace, Carson says that he wants to work with Trent and that some guy named Anton Mercer agreed to fund the project.
Meanwhile, Cassidy and Devin arrive on the scene to get involved in another crazy caper.
- The comic book dimension storyline is based on the classic plot, "Storybook Rangers" in Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, Season 2. Tommy makes a reference to it, "From my experience.. These kind of places, not so cool".
- The comic book style footage took some getting used to, but it was cool to see what a Power Rangers cartoon would look like.
- Mad props to whoever drew the Power Rangers comic style.
- Kind of disappointing that Conner finished off Fridgia rather than Trent.