It’s morphin time because the cast of the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers are coming to Silicon Valley Comic Con 2019. It has been announced that Johnny Yong Bosch, Austin St. John, Karan Ashley and David J. Fielding will be at the event.

Johnny Yong Bosch is an actor who is well known for playing some of the most iconic anime characters. His career took off starting with the role of Adam Park in the Power Rangers franchise (starting as the second Black Ranger) followed by his performance as Vash the Stampede on Trigun and Shotaro Kaneda in the Pioneer dub version of Akira. His other iconic performances include Nero in the Devil May Cry series, Johnathen Jostar in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Phantom Blood, and Lelouch vi Britannia in Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion.

Austin St. John is an actor who is best known for his role as Jason Lee Scott in the Power Rangers franchises. His character was the Red Ranger in the original series but then would become Gold Zeo Ranger in Power Rangers: Zeo.

Karan Ashley is an actress best known for her role as Aisha Campbell (the second Yellow Ranger). She played the character in both the original series and the movie.

David J. Fielding is best known for being the face of Zordon in the Power Rangers series while also providing his voice during Season 1 of the original series.

They will be joining Julie Benz from Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Lou Ferrigno from The Incredible Hulk, Morena Baccarin from Deadpool, David Harbour from Stranger Things, Ben McKenzie from Gotham along with Jason Momoa from Aquaman and Game of Thrones. Fans could expect more big announcements in the coming months.

Silicon Valley Comic Con 2019 will be from August 16 until the 18 the at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center along with the surrounding locations. Hosted by Steve Wozniak, the event brings together the world of science and pop-culture for a festive weekend.

8Bit/Digi was present at Silicon Valley Comic Con 2018 and will return for the 2019 event. To see what you missed, check out our coverage from the 2018 event.

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