Watch WALKER Thursday at 7PM on the Gulf Coast CW for a chance to win an authentic Jason David Frank signed Power Ranger figurine from Three Alarm Comics!
When the world shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, many looked for ways to give back. However, when you are known for being a Power Ranger, showing up to conquer darkness is a task people look to you for.
Actor and Power Ranger, Jason David Frank came up with the Power Ranger Protection Program to bring hope to both fans and himself.
“I came up with this program and did this tour to give back. At comic-cons, people wait in line for hours. With the Power Rangers Protection Program… people can get a [free] numbered ticket… even if they don’t have money, it doesn’t matter. They come up, we meet, I take care of people. We maintain a 6ft distance, we wear our masks, we even take a picture.”
On Saturday, January 23rd, JDF will be visiting Three Alarm Comics at noon. Visitors will be able to get a ticket for a time slot to safely meet him. Tickets are free and can be obtained on Friday, Jan 22nd. Contact Three Alarm Comics at (228) 257-3245 for further information.
Three Alarm Comics
15210 Lemoyne Blvd.
When: Saturday January 23, 2021
Other stops on JDF’s tour include Big Easy Comics Sunday, January 24th, in Covington, LA and Showcase Comics and Collectibles Monday, January 25th, in Slidell, LA.
Tori and JDF went on to talk about the premiere of Walker on The Gulf Coast CW. Jason David Frank even shared a funny story about a fan who once asked JDF if he was Chuck Norris’ body guard!
The interview concludes with heartfelt and motivating advice from JDF to inspire fans of all ages:
“Be yourself. Transparency in this world is very important…. If you are yourself, you make yourself unique. “
Keep up with JDF by following him on social media. His handle is @JDFFFN on all platforms.
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