Category: MMPR


Rita is a Lantean from the Pegasus galaxy who traveled to Earth during the evacuation of Atlantis more than 10,000 years ago.  While much of her equipment was, by necessity, left behind in Atlantis, she sought to continue her work in the Milky Way.

She traveled from Earth to a number of suitable worlds, but eventually decided to set up her operations on a planet without a Stargate, hoping to avoid the attention of the other Lanteans and the Goa’uld.  She was, against the laws of the Council, continuing to experiment with human DNA, seeking to create perfect, obedient soldiers.  While her intentions might have been pure in the beginning, perhaps finding a way to combat the Wraith on land or retake Earth from Ra and the Goa’uld, after several years in isolation her purpose became twisted and corrupt.  Soon, she had created a powerful and loyal creature called Goldar as well as a race of nearly mindless soldiers called Putties.  She had stolen a Goa’uld ship to reach the gateless planet, and after she created her Putties, she loaded her equipment onto the ship and, with an upgraded hyperdrive engine, the ship set out for Earth.

However,  another Lantean, named Zordon, was in orbit around Earth in a modified ship of his own when Rita dropped out of hyperspace.  After a brief exchange, Rita fired on Zordon’s ship.  Zordon (who had known Rita before the evacuation of Atlantis) expected the attack, and was able to activate a device aboard his ship moments after Rita fired.  As the energy field from Zordon’s device hit Rita’s  ship, her modified hyperdrive, with Goa’uld safety measures overridden to allow for the upgrades to take effect, overloaded and a blast of energy rocked both ships.  Rita, Goldar, and the army of Putties were thrown into a small hyperspace window connected modified drive aboard her ship, while Zordon, due to his proximity to his device, was actually trapped in a subspace.

While Zordon’s android assistant, unaffected by the energy field, crash-landed on Earth,  Rita’s ship was caught in the Moon’s gravitational pull and crashed there.  However, the malfunctioning hyperdrive was not destroyed, and the zero point module used to power it continued functioning for another 10,000 years until very recently, when the power ran out and the hyperspace window was disconnected, dropping Rita, Goldar, and the putties back into normal space in a mostly destroyed ship on the dark side of the moon.

The ancient Lantean has had 10,000 years of being trapped in subspace to stew and plot her revenge on both Zordon and on the pitiful humans of Earth that she had once sought to rescue.


The Crossoverse

The Crossoverse is a unique fictional setting that combines four independent franchises into one continuity.  The original idea is based on a fight between a Predator and an Anubis Kull Warrior.  It quickly escalated to speculation on whether Stargate Command could fend off a Xenomorph invasion.  The idea of a universe in which the Ancients, the Goa’uld, the Predators, and the Xenomorphs all exist was compelling to me, but I wondered what else I could incorporate into it.  Right off the bat, I dismissed anything from the Marvel or DC universes, realizing that I would be far out of my depth in trying to delve into those worlds.  The same applies to the Star Wars and Star Trek universes.

However, there were four universes with which I was quite familiar, having watched nearly every television episode or movie for at least one of its incarnations.  After some brief research, I decided that, while Aliens and Predators abound in crossovers, the other three rarely, if ever, appeared in other universes.  So, I decided to combine them all into a single crossover universe, soon dubbed the Crossoverse.

The Four Franchises

  • Stargate: SG-1 (SG1) – I have seen every episode of Stargate: SG-1 and both movies.  While I have quit watching SGU, and I never did see every episode of Stargate: Atlantis, I am confident that I can incorporate SG-1 into the Crossoverse.
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT) – Let me begin by saying that I have never read a TMNT comic, and my familiarity with it comes only from the 1987 cartoon and the four theatrical releases.  However, as with the other four franchises, I am making use of an online encyclopedia to help fill in the Crossoverse with TMNT details.
  • Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers (MMPR) – I saw every episode of the first three seasons of MMPR (after which I also saw every episode of Turbo and In Space).  While I may draw from a few of the other early seasons/spinoffs (notably In Space), the primary source of information will come from the original series.
  • Aliens vs. Predator (AVP) – I have seen all four Alien movies, all three Predator films, and both AVP movies.  While I am aware that there are some comics dealing with both Aliens and Predators, the majority of details included in the Crossoverse will be drawn from the films.

The Premise

The Stargate program has just begun operation beneath Cheyenne Mountain for the first time in years; the United States Air Force is sending four-person teams through the Stargate to other worlds for the purposes of exploration, tactical analysis, and the acquisition of advanced technology, primarily weaponry.

In the small town of Angel Grove, California, five teenagers from the local high school have encountered a powerful entity calling itself Zordon. This being claims that a great evil is preparing to make war on the people of Earth, and that only by combining their courage with his advanced technology can she be stopped.

Meanwhile, in New York City a new gang has risen up and is causing an upheaval in the criminal underworld; the Foot Clan is lead by a person known only as The Shredder. Four strange creatures, well-trained in the martial art known as ninjitsu by their sensei, are opposing this gang at every opportunity while striving to maintain a veil of secrecy around their identities.

Finally, megacorporation Weyland-Yutani has recently acquired a number of lucrative government defense contracts and is seeking advancement in the fields of bioweaponry and energy manipulation in order to fill them. They have no moral or ethical rules regarding the acquisition and development of this technology, which makes them very dangerous.

An Important Note

While the Crossoverse incorporates information from all four of these settings, it is a unique multiversal continuity.  Do not assume that just because a person, place, thing, or event exists in one of the base franchises that it will exist in the Crossoverse.