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Power Rangers Super Megaforce
Number 21
Number of episodes: 20
First episode: Super Megaforce
Last episode: Legendary Battle
Adapted from: Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger
Original airing: 15 February 2014
Producer:
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Power Rangers Super Megaforce is the 21st season of Power Rangers continuing the celebration of the series' 20th anniversary . The series is based on Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger, though some elements remain from Tensou Sentai Goseiger.

Production[edit | edit source]

"Power Rangers Megaforce" was trademarked by Saban Brands in 2011 during the run of Power Rangers Samurai. Casting sides released in April 2012 match with the blue and silver rangers of Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger. On 11th June 2012, it was revealed that the season will be based on Tensou Sentai Goseiger.[1] The official name was then revealed as "Power Rangers Megaforce". The second season, titled Super Megaforce, will incorporate elements from Gokaiger.[2][3][4][5] That makes Megaforce the first hybrid adaptation since Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.

On June 17th, 2013 the official press release unveiled the plot of Power Rangers Super Megaforce:

"The upcoming season of Power Rangers Super Megaforce focuses on the Rangers' mission to defeat a massive alien army Armada that was sent to conquer Earth. To face this threat, Gosei, a supernatural guardian who has protected Earth for centuries, gives the Rangers special morphers and keys, which allow them to morph into Super Megaforce Rangers. The Rangers also have an added special ability to morph into any team of Power Rangers from the past. These super-sized adventures can only mean one thing: the all-new Power Rangers Super Megaforce has arrived!"[6]

Characters[edit | edit source]

Rangers[edit | edit source]

Main article: Mega Rangers

The Super Mega Rangers

This series has 5/6 rangers. And a special one from Megaforce, Robo Knight.

Color Role Actor
Super Megaforce Red Ryan Ryan Smith
Super Megaforce Blue Jared Jared Camden
Super Megaforce Yellow Lexi Lexi
Super Megaforce Green Michael Michael
Super Megaforce Pink Grace Grace
Super Megaforce Silver Tommy Jason
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Allies[edit | edit source]

Legends (In order of appearance)[edit | edit source]

Main article: Historic Rangers

Helmetless rangers on Super Megaforce set. Image from Jason David Frank's Facebook page.

Color Role Actor
Red Samurai Ranger Jayden Shiba Alex Heartman
Jungle Fury Red Ranger Casey Rhodes Jason Smith
Green Ranger / White Ranger
Tommy Oliver Jason David Frank
Blue Space Ranger T.J. Johnson Selwyn Ward
Pink Space Ranger Cassie Chan Patricia Ja Lee
Red Galaxy Ranger Leo Corbett Danny Slavin
Green Galaxy Ranger Damon Henderson Reggie Rolle
Pink Galaxy Ranger (II) Karone Melody Perkins
Red Lightspeed Ranger Carter Grayson Sean Cw Johnson
Pink Lightspeed Ranger Dana Mitchell Alison MacInnis
Red Time Force Ranger Wesley Collins Jason Faunt[7]
Green Samurai Ranger Mike Hector David, Jr.
Yellow Samurai Ranger Emily Brittany Pirtle

Villains[edit | edit source]

Arsenal[edit | edit source]

Arsenal (Super Megaforce)

Zords[edit | edit source]

Zords (Super Megaforce)

Episodes[edit | edit source]

  1. Super Megaforce
  2. Earth Fights Back
  3. Blue Saber Saga
  4. A Lion's Alliance
  5. Samurai Surprise
  6. Spirit of the Tiger
  7. Silver Lining, Part 1
  8. Silver Lining, Part 2
  9. Power of Six
  10. The Perfect Storm
  11. Love is in the Air
  12. United as One
  13. The Grass is Always Greener or Bluer
  14. In the Driver's Seat
  15. All Hail Prince Vekar
  16. Vrak is Back Part 1[11]
  17. Vrak is Back Part 2
  18. Emperor Mavro
  19. The Wrath
  20. Legendary Battle[12]


Notes[edit | edit source]

  • There are several errors in the opening sequence. At the end before the logo appears, a montage of Ranger helmets appears. But some of them are wrong:
    • SPD Yellow and Blue are mirror flipped, so the police badge is the wrong way around.
    • SPD Red has holes on the mouthplate and on the black panel between the police badge and the visor. These are the breathing holes from the theme park version of the helmet.
    • RPM Yellow and Blue are mirror flipped, meaning that the G symbol is backwards.
  • This is the first season to incorporate ranger suits whose counterparts did not appear in America - Dairanger, Flashman, Maskman, Changeman and Fiveman.
  • This is the only season to credit only the rangers in the opening titles, without any allies or villains.

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