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Super Sentai, known in America as Power Rangers is a japanese series of superhero TV series produced by Toei and Bandai. Its american counterpart was produced by Saban Entertainment and between 2002 and 2009 by Disney, and it was heavly edited to the point that is often considered a series on its own, and was even dubbed in Japanese. We decided to consider them the same series because they can be considered to tell two different versions of the same story, rather than two different stories. Also most times other series reference one of the two, it's implied that they also reference the other one. Each of the two series is considered a Sub-series to the general Super Sentai/Power Rangers series, and for details on how one has been adapted into the other see Power Rangers X Super Sentai.

TV series

Main TV series

The released TV series for both versions are:

  • Himitsu Sentai Gorenger, aired in 85 episodes from April 5, 1975 to March 26, 1977, it's the longest Sentai series, but originally it wasn't considered part of the series.
  • J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai, aired in 35 episodes from April 9, 1977 to December 24, 1977, it's the shortest Sentai series, but originally it wasn't considered part of the series.
  • Battle Fever J, aired in 52 episodes from February 3, 1979 to January 26, 1980.
  • Denshi Sentai Denziman, aired in 51 episodes from February 3, 1980 to January 31, 1981.
  • Taiyou Sentai Sun Vulcan, aired in 50 episodes from February 7, 1981 to January 30, 1982. For the first time, this series is a sequel to the previous one.
  • Dai Sentai Goggle V, released in 50 episodes from February 6, 1982 to January 21, 1983.
  • Kagaku Sentai Dynaman, aired in 51 episodes from February 5, 1983 to January 28, 1984.
  • Choudenshi Bioman, aired in 51 episodes from February 4, 1984 to January 26, 1985.
  • Dengeki Sentai Changeman, aired in 55 episodes from February 2, 1985 to February 22, 1986.
  • Choushinsei Flashman, aired in 50 episodes from March 1, 1986 to February 21, 1987.
  • Hikari Sentai Maskman, aired in 51 episodes from February 28, 1987 to February 20, 1988.
  • Choujuu Sentai Liveman, aired in 49 episodes from February 27, 1988 to February 21, 1989.
  • Kousoku Sentai Turboranger, aired in 51 episodes from March 3, 1989 to February 23, 1990.
  • Chikyuu Sentai Fiveman, aired in 48 episodes from March 2, 1990 to February 8, 1991.
  • Choujin Sentai Jetman, aired in 51 episodes from February 15, 1991 to February 14, 1992.
  • Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger, aired in 50 episodes from February 21, 1992 to February 19, 1993.
  • Gosei Sentai Dairanger, aired in 50 episodes from February 11, 1993 to February 19, 1994.
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Season 1. Aired in 60 episodes from August 28, 1993 to May 23, 1994. It is based on Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger. A re-version of the series also aired in 2010.
  • Ninja Sentai Kakuranger, aired in 53 episodes from February 18, 1994 to February 24, 1995.
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Season 2. Aired in 52 episodes from July 21, 1994 to May 20, 1995. Still based on Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger with elements from Gosei Sentai Dairanger.
  • Chouriki Sentai Ohranger, aired in 48 episodes from March 3, 1995 to February 23, 1996.
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Season 3. Aired in 33 episodes from September 2, 1995 to November 27, 1995 (plus 10 episodes of Mighty Morphin Alien Rangers). Based on Ninja Sentai Kakuranger while still featuring core elements from Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger.
  • Gekisou Sentai Carranger, aired in 48 episodes from March 1, 1996 to February 7, 1997.
  • Power Rangers Zeo, aired in 50 episodes from April 20, 1996 to November 27, 1996. Based on Chouriki Sentai Ohranger, but created as a sequel to Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.
  • Denji Sentai Megaranger, aired in 51 episodes from February 14, 1997 to February 15, 1998.
  • Power Rangers Turbo, aired in 45 episodes from April 19, 1997 to November 21, 1997. Based on Gekisou Sentai Carranger, but created as a sequel to Power Rangers Zeo.
  • Power Rangers in Space, aired in 43 episodes from February 6, 1998 to November 21, 1998. Based on Denji Sentai Megaranger, but created as a sequel to Power Rangers Turbo.
  • Seijuu Sentai Gingaman, aired in 50 episodes from February 22, 1998 to February 14, 1999.
  • Power Rangers Lost Galaxy, aired in 45 episodes from February 6, 1999 to December 18, 1999. Based on Seijuu Sentai Gingaman, it's the first Power Rangers series not to be a sequel to the previous one.
  • Kyukyu Sentai GoGo-V, aired in 50 episodes from February 21, 1999 to February 6, 2000.
  • Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue, aired in 40 episodes from February 12, 2000 to November 18, 2000. Based on Kyukyu Sentai GoGo-V.
  • Mirai Sentai Timeranger, aired in 51 episodes from February 13, 2000 to February 11, 2001.
  • Power Rangers Time Force, aired in 40 episodes from February 3, 2001 to November 17, 2001. Based on Mirai Sentai Timeranger.
  • Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger, aired in 51 episodes from February 18, 2001 to February 10, 2002.
  • Power Rangers Wild Force, aired in 40 episodes from February 9, 2002 to November 16, 2002. Based on Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger.
  • Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger, aired in 51 episodes from February 17, 2002 to February 9, 2003.
  • Power Rangers Ninja Storm, aired in 38 episodes from February 15, 2003 to November 15, 2003. Based on Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger.
  • Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger, aired in 50 episodes from February 16, 2003 to February 8, 2004.
  • Power Rangers Dino Thunder, aired in 38 episodes from February 14, 2004 to November 20, 2004. Based on Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger.
  • Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger, aired in 50 episodes from February 15, 2004 to February 6, 2005.
  • Power Rangers S.P.D., aired in 38 episodes from February 5, 2005 to February 2, 2006. Based on Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger.
  • Mahou Sentai Magiranger, aired in 49 episodes from February 13, 2005 to February 12, 2006.
  • Power Rangers Mystic Force, aired in 32 episodes from February 20, 2006 to November 13, 2006. Based on Mahou Sentai Magiranger.
  • GoGo Sentai Boukenger, aired in 49 episodes from February 19, 2006 to February 11, 2007.
  • Power Rangers Operation Overdrive, aired in 32 episodes from February 26, 2007 to November 12, 2007. Based on GoGo Sentai Boukenger.
  • Juken Sentai Gekiranger, aired in 49 episodes from February 19, 2007 to February 10, 2008.
  • Power Rangers Jungle Fury, aired in 32 episodes from February 18, 2008 to November 3, 2008. Based on Juken Sentai Gekiranger.
  • Engine Sentai Go-Onger, aired in 50 episodes from February 18, 2008 to February 8, 2009.
  • Samurai Sentai Shinkenger, aired in 49 episodes from February 15, 2009 to February 7, 2010.
  • Power Rangers RPM, aired in 32 episodes from March 7, 2009 to December 26, 2009. Based on Engine Sentai Go-Onger.
  • Tensou Sentai Goseiger, aired in 50 episodes from February 14, 2010 to February 6, 2011.
  • Power Rangers Samurai, aired in 22 episodes from February 7, 2011 to December 10, 2011. Based on Samurai Sentai Shinkenger.
  • Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger, aired in 51 episodes from February 13, 2011 to February 19, 2012.
  • Power Rangers Super Samurai, aired in 20 episodes from Feburary 18, 2012 to December 15, 2012. Still based on Samurai Sentai Shinkenger.
  • Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters, aired in 50 episodes from February 26, 2012 to February 10, 2013.
  • Power Rangers Megaforce, will air in 20 episodes premiering on February 2, 2013. Based on Tensou Sentai Goseiger.
  • Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger, will premiere on February 17, 2013.

Secondary TV series

  • Mighty Morphin Alien Rangers, a 10-episode miniseries aired from February 7, 1996 to February 17, 1996. Using footage from Ninja Sentai Kakuranger, it served as the ending to Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Season 3.
  • Hikonin Sentai Akibaranger, a 13-episode parody of the series. It aired from April 6, 2012 to June 29, 2012.

Movies

  • Himitsu Sentai Gorenger: The Movie (1975), based on Episode 6 of the TV series.
  • Himitsu Sentai Gorenger: The Blue Fortress (1975), based on Episode 15 of the TV series.
  • Himitsu Sentai Gorenger: The Red Death Match (1976), based on Episode 36 of the TV series.
  • Himitsu Sentai Gorenger: Fire Mountain's Final Explosion (1976), based on Episode 54 of the TV series.
  • Himitsu Sentai Gorenger: The Bomb Hurricane (July 22, 1976), an original movie based on the TV series.
  • J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai: The Movie (1977), based on Episode 7 of the TV series.
  • J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai vs. Gorenger (1978), a crossover between J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai and Himitsu Sentai Gorenger.
  • Battle Fever J: The Movie (1979).
  • Denshi Sentai Denziman: The Movie (July 12, 1980), an original story taking place some time before episode 26 of the TV series.
  • Taiyo Sentai Sun Vulcan: The Movie (1981).
  • Dai Sentai Goggle-V: The Movie (1982), an original story taking place some time after episode 6 of the TV series.
  • Kagaku Sentai Dynaman: The Movie (1983).
  • Choudenshi Bioman: The Movie (July 14, 1984), an original story taking place at some point between Episodes 11 and 33 of the TV series.
  • Dengeki Sentai Changeman: The Movie (1985).
  • Dengeki Sentai Changeman: Shuttle Base! Crisis! (1985).
  • Choushinsei Flashman: The Movie (1986).
  • Choushinsei Flashman: Big Rally! Titan Boy!! (1987), based on episodes 15-18 of the TV series.
  • Hikari Sentai Maskman: The Movie (July 18, 1987).
  • Kousoku Sentai Turboranger: The Movie (1989).
  • Gosei Sentai Dairanger: The Movie (April 17, 1993), an original story taking place some time after episode 8 of the TV series.
  • Ninja Sentai Kakuranger: The Movie (April 16, 1994), an original story taking place some time after episode 8 of the TV series.
  • Super Sentai World (1994), a short 3-D movie only shown in amusement parks and special events in Japan. It involves the team-up of the last five Super Sentai teams (Chikyuu Sentai Fiveman, Choujin Sentai Jetman, Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger, Gosei Sentai Dairanger and Ninja Sentai Kakuranger).
  • Chouriki Sentai Ohranger: The Movie (April 15, 1995).
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (June 30, 1995), an original movie based on the TV series.
  • Chouriki Sentai Ohranger: Ole vs. Kakuranger (1996), a direct-to-video crossover between Chouriki Sentai Ohranger and Ninja Sentai Kakuranger. It started the series of specials featuring the current Super Sentais team-up with the previous ones.
  • Gekisou Sentai Carranger vs. Ohranger (1997).
  • Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie (March 28, 1997), original movie serving as a bridge between Power Rangers Zeo and Power Rangers Turbo.
  • Denji Sentai Megaranger vs. Carranger (1998).
  • Seijuu Sentai Gingaman vs. Megaranger (1999).
  • Kyukyu Sentai GoGo-V the Movie: Sudden Shock! A New Warrior (1999).
  • Kyukyu Sentai GoGo-V vs. Gingaman (2000).
  • Mirai Sentai Timeranger vs. GoGo-V (2001).
  • Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger vs. Super Sentai (2001), a crossover movie featuring the current Super Sentais team-up with Super Sentais from all previous series. Produced for the series' 25th anniversary.
  • Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger: The Fire Mountain Roars (2001).
  • Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger: Shushuuto the Movie (2002).
  • Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger vs. Gaoranger (2003).
  • Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger DELUXE: Abare Summer is Freezing Cold (August 16, 2003)
  • Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger vs. Hurricaneger (2004).
  • Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger the Movie: Full Blast Action (2004).
  • Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger vs. Abaranger (2005).
  • Mahou Sentai Magiranger the Movie: Bride of Infershia (September 3, 2005).
  • Mahou Sentai Magiranger vs. Dekaranger (2006).
  • GoGo Sentai Boukenger The Movie: The Greatest Precious (August 5, 2006).
  • GoGo Sentai Boukenger vs. Super Sentai (February 2007), a crossover movie featuring the current Super Sentais team-up with Super Sentais from all previous series. Produced for the series' 30th anniversary.
  • Juken Sentai Gekiranger: Nei-Nei! Hou-Hou! Hong Kong Decisive Battle (August 4, 2007).
  • Juken Sentai Gekiranger vs. Boukenger (March 14, 2008).
  • Engine Sentai Go-Onger: Boom Boom! Bang Bang! GekijōBang!! (August 9, 2008).
  • Engine Sentai Go-Onger vs. Gekiranger (January 24, 2009).
  • Samurai Sentai Shinkenger the Movie: The Fateful War (August 8, 2009).
  • Samurai Sentai Shinkenger vs. Go-Onger: GinmakuBang!! (June 11, 2011).
  • The Return of Samurai Sentai Shinkenger: Special Act (June 11, 2010).
  • Tensou Sentai Goseiger: Epic on the Movie (August 7, 2010).
  • Tensou Sentai Goseiger vs. Shinkenger: Epic on Ginmaku (January 22, 2011).
  • Come Back! Tensou Sentai Goseiger: Last Epic - The Gosei Angels are National Icons!? (June 10, 2011).
  • Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle (June 11, 2011), a crossover movie featuring the current Super Sentais team-up with Super Sentais from all previous series. Produced for the series' 35th anniversary.
  • Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger the Movie: The Flying Ghost Ship (August 6, 2011).
  • Power Rangers: Clash of the Red Rangers - The Movie (November 26, 2011), a two-part TV-movie based on Shinkenger vs. Go-Onger: Ginmaku Bang!! therefore serving as a crossover between Power Rangers Samurai and Power Rangers RPM. It also uses elements from Samurai Sentai Shinkenger The Movie: The Fateful War.
  • Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger vs. Uchuu Keiji Gavan: The Movie (January 21, 2012), a crossover with the Space Sheriff series.
  • Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen (April 21, 2012), a crossover with the Kamen Rider series.
  • Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters the Movie: Protect the Tokyo Enetower! (August 4, 2012).
  • Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters vs. Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger: The Movie (January 19, 2013).
  • Kamen Rider × Super Sentai × Space Sheriff: Super Hero Taisen Z (2013), a crossover with the Kamen Rider and the Space Sheriff series.

Comics

  • Shin Himitsu Sentai Gorenger Gokko, manga version of Himitsu Sentai Gorenger published between May 4, 1975 and August 17, 1975.
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, comic adaptation of the TV series published by Hamilton Comics in 13 issues between November 30, 1994 and September 21, 1995.
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, comic adaptation of the TV series published by Marvel Comics in 12 issues between September 7, 1995 and February 29, 1996.
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie, comic adaptation of the movie, published by Marvel Comics on November 24, 1995.
  • Power Rangers Zeo, comic adaptation of the TV series, it was cancelled after only one issue, published on September 11, 1996 by Image Comics.
  • Power Rangers Turbo, comic adaptation of the TV series published by Acclaim Saban in 3 issues between July 30, 1997 and November 5, 1997.

Additionally, Power Rangers comic strips based on Ninja Storm, Dino Thunder, SPD and Operation Overdrive were published in the English Jetix Magazine.

Videogames

Note that the first four Mighty Morphin Power Rangers games are sometimes considered different ports of the same game, or two games, but actually all four were developed independently by four different companies.

  • Choujin Sentai Jetman (December 21, 1991), Famicom. A platform game based on the TV series.
  • Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger (November 6, 1992), Famicom. A platform videogame based on the TV series.
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (May 20, 1994), Sega Genesis/Mega Drive. Versus fighting game based on the first season of the TV series.
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1994), Game Gear. A fighting game similar to the Genesis one, but featuring some different monsters, and one extra playable Megazord.
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (August 1994), Game Boy. A beat-em-up based on the first season of the TV series.
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (September 1994), SNES/Super Famicom. A beat-em-up similar to the Game Boy one, but featuring different levels and bosses.
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1995), Sega CD. An interactive movie game, based on the first season of the TV series and featuring clips from the show.
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (1995), Game Gear. A new version of the presious game on the same console, only with characters from the movie.
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (June 15, 1995), Sega Genesis/Mega Drive. A beat-em-up based on the movie, but also adapting elements from the TV seires' second season.
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (June 30, 1995), SNES. A beat-em-up based on the movie, reprising gameplay elements from its predecessor on the same console.
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (August 1995), Game Boy. A beat-em-up based on the movie, reprising gameplay elements from the SNES version.
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Fighting Edition (September 1995), SNES. A versus fighting game using characters from the second and third seasons of the TV show.
  • Power Rangers Zeo Versus The Machine Empire (1996), PC. A beat-em-up game with rendered 3D graphics, based on the TV series.
  • Gekisou Sentai Carranger: Zenkai! Racer Senshi (August 23, 1996), Super Famicom. A beat-em-up game based on the TV show.
  • Power Rangers Zeo: Battle Racers (September 17, 1996), SNES. A racing game featuring characters from the TV series.
  • Power Rangers Zeo: Full Tilt Battle Pinball (September 30, 1996), PlayStation. A pinball game featuring themes from the TV series.
  • Denji Sentai Megaranger (1997), Sega Pico. A game featuring various minigames based on the TV series.
  • Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue (June 1, 2000), PC, Game Boy Color, PlayStation, Nintendo 64. A beat-em-up game based on the TV series.
  • Power Rangers Time Force (2001), Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, PlayStation, PC. An action-adventure game based on the TV series.
  • Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger (November 29, 2001), PlayStation. A beat-em-up based on the TV series.
  • Power Rangers Wild Force (2002), Game Boy Advance. A beat-em-up game based on the TV series.
  • Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger (November 28, 2002), PlayStation. An action-adventure game based on the TV series.
  • Power Rangers Ninja Storm (September 3, 2003), PC, Game Boy Advance. A beat-em-up game based on the TV series.
  • Power Rangers Dino Thunder (August 31, 2004), Game Boy Advance. A platform game based on the TV series.
  • Power Rangers Dino Thunder (September 14, 2004), PlayStation 2, GameCube. An action-adventure game based on the TV series. Notable for being the only game in the franchise to put the players exclusively in control of the Zords, rather than the Rangers and/or the Megazords.
  • Power Rangers S.P.D. (2005), Game Boy Advance. A beat-em-up game based on the TV series.
  • Power Rangers: Super Legends (October 23, 2007), Nintendo DS, PlayStaition 2, PC. An action-adventure game published for the 15th anniversary of Power Rangers and featuring various Rangers from the franchise as selectable characters. The Nintendo DS features different characters from the PS2 and PC versions.
  • Super Sentai Battle: Dice-O (2010), arcade. An ability game that uses collectable cards as inputs and was created as a tie-in to the TV series Tensou Sentai Goseiger.
  • Power Rangers Samurai SMASH! (2011), iOS. A hack and slash game based on the TV series.
  • Sentai Gashapon' (2011), Android. A collector game featuring Sentais from the various series.
  • Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger: Let’s Go Gokai Galleon (2011), iOS. A shooter game based on the TV series.
  • Super Sentai Battle: Ranger Cross (October 2011), Wii. An action adventure game featuring characters from various Super Sentai series.
  • Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger: Gathered Transformation! 35 Sentai! (November 17, 2011), Nintendo DS. An action adventure game based on the TV series.
  • Power Rangers Samurai Steel (December 22, 2011), iOS. A versus fighting game based on Power Rangers Samurai.
  • Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters (September 26, 2012), Nintendo DS. A beat-em-up game based on the TV series.
  • Power Rangers Super Samurai (December 4, 2012), Xbox 360 Kinect. An action-adventure game based on the TV series.
  • Power Rangers Legends (December 2012), iOS. A versus fighting game using characters from the series, and especially Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.

Sub-series

As stated above, the japanese Super Sentai series and the american Power Rangers series might be considered two separate series, so we consider them sub-series to the general Super Sentai-Power Rangers series.

Links to other series

Direction Series Date Description Type


4Arrow L Kikaider1978 1978J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai vs. Gorenger features a reference to Kikaider.1
3

Arrow L & R

Kamen Rider1978 1978J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai vs. Gorenger features a reference to Kamen Rider V3 and Kamen Rider Amazon, while the Masked Rider makes an appearance in the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers episode "A Friend in Need" and a clip of an episode from the show is shown within Power Rangers Time Force episode "Words Apart"; the Samurai Sentai Shinkenger appear in Kamen Rider Decade: Shinkenger World; Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen and its sequel are crossovers between the two series; many Super Sentai movies were screened together with Kamen Rider movies.1
4Arrow L Spider-Man19790203 February 03, 1979The giant robots in the Super Sentai/Power Rangers series are based on the giant robot from Spider-Man Toei TV series.3
4Arrow L Captain America19790203 February 03, 1979Battle Fever J was originally going to be a japanese version of Captain America, and it retained some elements.3
4Arrow L Thor (Marvel)19800203 February 03, 1980Queen Hedrian from Denshi Sentai Denziman is based on Hela from Thor.3
5Arrow R The Simpsons19941127 November 27, 1994The Simpsons episodes "Homer Badman" and "Homer Badman", as well as The Simpsons comic issue 161, feature references to the Power Rangers.2
5Arrow R Mario19960309 March 09, 1996The Axem Rangers in Super Mario RPG are based on the Super Sentai/Power Rangers.3
6

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Youngblood (Image)1997 1997A crossover comic between Power Rangers and Youngblood was advertised on Power Rangers Zeo comic, but never released.51
4Arrow L Mission: Impossible19970502 May 02, 1997The title of the Power Rangers Turbo episode "Transmission Impossible" references Mission: Impossible.3
4Arrow L Mars Attacks19970520 May 20, 1997The title of the Power Rangers Turbo episode "Cars Attacks" references Mars Attacks.3
4Arrow L Honey, I Shrunk The Kids19970521 May 21, 1997The Power Rangers Turbo episode "Honey, I Shrunk the Rangers" is based on Honey, I Shrunk the Kids3
4Arrow L Clash of the Titans19970926 September 26, 1997The title of the Power Rangers Turbo episode "Clash of the Megazords" references Clash of the Titans.3
4Arrow L B-Fighter19971105 November 05, 1997The second issue of the Power Rangers Turbo comic is a crossover with Beetleborgs; Bulk and Skull are seen reading Big Bad Beetlebogs comics in the Power Rangers Turbo episode "Fire in Your Tank"; the Beetleborgs costumes are used for enemies in the Power Rangers Wild Force episode "Forever Red".1
4Arrow L Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles19980220 February 20, 1998The Turtles in their The Next Mutation incarnation appear in Power Rangers in Space episodes "Save our Ship" and "Shell Shocked".1
4Arrow L GaoGaiGar19980222 February 22, 1998Seijuu Sentai Gingaman was originally going to be called "Gaoranger", but the name was changed to avoid conflict with GaoGaiGar. The GaoKing in Gaorangers might also be based on GaoGaiGar.3
4Arrow L Starship Troopers19990206 February 06, 1999The military uniforms in Power Rangers Lost Galaxy are the same that were used in the movie Starship Troopers.3
4Arrow L The Matrix20000213 February 13, 2000Mirai Sentai Timeranger and its American counterpart Power Rangers Time Force feature references to The Matrix.3
5Arrow R Super Hero Retsuden20000727 July 27, 2000The Gorengers from Himitsu Sentai Gorenger are selectable in Tokusatsu Bouken Katsugeki Super Hero Retsuden.1
5Arrow R Super Tokusatsu Taisen20010906 September 06, 2001The Gorengers from Himitsu Sentai Gorenger are selectable in Super Tokusatsu Taisen 2001.1
5Arrow R Taiko no Tatsujin20021212 December 12, 2002Taiko no Tatsujin 4, 5, 7, 9 to 2011, Haru Matsuri to Nanadaime, Waku Waku anime Matsuri, Tobikkiri! Anime Special, all three DS games, Wii2 to Wii5, 3DS, WiiU, WiiU2, Plus, Shinkyoku Tori Houdai and Medal no Tatsujin 2 feature music tracks from the Super Sentai series.2
5Arrow R Donkey Kong20031212 December 12, 2003The theme from Bakuryū Sentai Abaranger is featured in the japanese version of Donkey Konga, while the theme from Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger is featured in the japanese version of Donkey Konga 2.2
5Arrow R Smosh20051119 November 19, 2005Smosh sings The Power Rangers Theme Song.2
5Arrow R One Piece20060305 March 05, 2006The clip shown during Sogeking's song is based on the Super Sentai series.3
5Arrow R Atop the 4th Wall20110117 January 17, 2011Linkara reviews Power Rangers: Zeo #1.2
4Arrow L Star Wars20110904 September 04, 2011The villain Kaido from Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger is likely based on Boba Fett from the Star Wars series.3
6

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Metal Hero20120121 January 21, 2012Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger vs. Uchuu Keiji Gavan: The Movie and Kamen Rider × Super Sentai × Space Sheriff: Super Hero Taisen Z are crossovers between the two series.1
5Arrow R Super Brawl (Nickelodeon)2013324 March 24, 2013Super Sentai-Power Rangers characters are playable in Super Brawl 3.1
2

Double Arrow R

Chroma Squad20150430 April 30, 2015Chroma Squad is a parody of Super Sentai/Power Rangers.3
5Arrow R Angry Video Game Nerd20170323 March 23, 2017The 144th episode of The Angry Video Game Nerd is a review of various Power Rangers and Super Sentai games.2

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