For those of wondering about why Disney can give the reversioned MMPR a comic book look as Dan Evans says he was requested to do, this largely explains it.
If you don't like the idea of a Power Rangers comic book by Disney (or Marvel now that they own it), you're just going to have to learn to live with it, because Paragraph 7 Part "B" from the original contract clearly gives Disney the power to do it, since subsequent contract agreements with Toei also use these same terms through the amendments added to the contracts over the years. I have put in bold the most important part of Paragraph 7 Part "B" from the MMPR Toei Saban contract.
Also granted from the original contract were copyrights, which both Saban and Disney have used for Power Rangers over the years.(b) distribute, exhibit, lease, license, market, sell, publicize, advertise, promote, perform and exploit the Program, and all dubbed and other versions thereof and all elements, parts, characters, characterizations or character names therein, either apart from or in conjunction with the work, by way of All Media now known or hereafter devised, including, without limitation, by way of Television Use, Theatrical Use, Non-Theatrical Use, Video Cassette/Disc Distribution and Ancillary Distribution Use, including, without limitation, by way of soundtrack albums and phonorecords, music publishing, literary publishing, so-called "merchandising rights", amusement and theme parks, and musical groups
Also, you've probably heard talk from fans about Disney would ever consider selling Power Rangers, the same way Saban did by selling Fox Family Worldwide to Disney in 2001. From the original contract, that point is largely moot because of what Paragraph 12 from the original Saban/Toei MMPR agreement allows. That particular paragraph allows for the sublicensing of Power Rangers, meaning you can likely put aside any talk of Disney selling Power Rangers, because Paragraph 12 gives Disney the power to do what most of those thinking about Disney selling Power Rangers want - assign the rights to someone else. However, there is a huge difference between sublicensing out to someone else to produce Power Rangers for Disney (which keeps the Exclusive Option Period between Disney and Toei going), and selling the whole rights to "Power Rangers" entirely (which would sell these contracts, along with the Exclusive Option Period - something Disney very likely does not want to lose).
The thinking I have is that since they now own Marvel, they would sublicense Power Rangers out to them. At the time when we first heard this rumor of the licensing of PR to an independent company in July 2009, Marvel was still an independent company. Now, they belong to Disney. The only problem with sublicensing it to Marvel, is that, in 2009, they renewed a deal with Hasbro to continue to be the master toy licensee of Marvel properties until 2017. Of course, Bandai has been the Power Rangers master toy licensee since 1993, but the company has had a really rough fiscal year, and the more money Namco Bandai loses, the weaker that company becomes. It's hard to say Namco Bandai is a strong company right now when they're expecting to lose $340+ million this fiscal year. Here is the summary of the Licensed Rights, Copyrights, and Subdistribution paragraphs from the original MMPR Toei Saban agreement.
Originally Posted by Original MMPR Toei and Saban Agreement Dated August 21, 1992