Denji Sentai Megaranger
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|Denji Sentai Megaranger|
The title card for Denji Sentai Megaranger
|Developed by||Junki Takegami|
|Directed by||Takao Nagaishi|
|Opening theme||"Denji Sentai Megaranger" by Naoto Fuuga|
|Ending theme||"Kinosei Ka Na" by Naoto Fuuga|
"Bomb Dancing Megaranger" by Hiroko Asakawa
|Country of origin||Japan|
|No. of episodes||51|
|Running time||approx. 25 minutes|
|Original network||TV Asahi|
|Original release||February 14, 1997 –|
February 15, 1998
|Preceded by||Gekisou Sentai Carranger|
|Followed by||Seijuu Sentai Gingaman|
Denji Sentai Megaranger (電磁戦隊メガレンジャー, Denji Sentai Megarenjā)[Note 1] is Toei's twenty-first production of the Super Sentai metaseries. The footage was also used in the American series, Power Rangers in Space. Megaranger premiered on February 14, 1997 and concluded on February 15, 1998.
Shout! Factory released "Denji Sentai Megaranger: The Complete Series" on DVD on October 31, 2017. This is the 6th Super Sentai series to be released in North America on Region 1 DVD. In January 2018, Shout! streamed the series on their website.
Kenta Date, a senior high school student, is the ultimate champion of an arcade video game called "Megaranger". He belongs to the Cybernetics club, a group of like minded friends from his school. Koichiro Endo, Shun Namiki, Chisato Jogaseki, and Miku Imamura are also members of Cybernetics. The International Network of Excel-Science and Technology (INET), the games creators, invite Kenta and the Cybernetics club members to tour the INET laboratories. Following a short tour of the INET HQ buildings, the company is attacked by the Neijirejia, an evil force led by Dr. Hinelar on a mission to conquer the current reality. Dr. Kubota, INET's chief scientist, reveals that Megaranger was more than only a simple video game but actually a combat simulator to identify potential recruits for a super fighting team to combat the Neijirejia. While the INET headquarters (HQ) is destroyed by the Neijirejia warrior Yugande, Dr. Kubota gives Kenta and his friends devices known as 'Digitizers'. By entering the key-code "3-3-5" and shouting "Install, Megaranger!", Date, Endo, Namiki, Jogasaki and Imamura transform into the Megarangers to fight the Nejirejia.
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INET, the "International Network of Excel-Science and Technology" (世界科学者連邦, Sekai Kagakusha Renpō), is the company responsible for the Megaranger video game used to identify five people to become the Megarangers.
Five high school students chosen by INET become the Megarangers, with one additional Megaranger who is an INET agent. Their base of operations is the Digital Research Club at Moroboshi High School.
- Kenta Date/Mega Red (伊達 健太/メガレッド, Date Kenta/Mega Reddo): 18 years old, Kenta is a slacker and knucklehead who likes yakiniku (to a point where he will ask Dr. Kubota to treat him to a yakiniku lunch for every mission accomplished), but is also friendly, playful, and has a good heart. He becomes an ideal candidate to become a Megaranger after beating a skilled opponent on INET's Megaranger arcade game, which was actually a tool used to recruit Megarangers.
- Mega Red's forehead symbol is a Personal computer; ironically, Kenta is the only member who does not like computers. This symbol allows him to upload data and program skills into his mind, making him an adaptable warrior.
- Kouichirou Endo/Mega Black (遠藤 耕一郎/メガブラック, Endō Kōichirō/Mega Burakku): 18 years old, Kouichirou is the functioning leader and overachiever of the team. Aside from being a keen soccer player, he is a member of the class committee and is concerned about his schoolwork. He balances his duties as a Megaranger and a student. He has a younger brother, Koujiro, who also plays soccer. A natural leader but extremely bossy, he once created an hour by hour schedule for all the Megarangers to follow but they ignored it. During his stay at the Epinard Nasu hotel in Tochigi, Kouichirou encounters a mysterious boy who is a spiritual representation of the forest that is not only in danger of Kinoko Nejire's attack on it but INET's Relay Base. He eventually gains the forest spirit's trust as he uses up all his power to help the Megarangers as Kouichirou promises to have INET relocate the relay base.
- Shun Namiki/Mega Blue (並樹 瞬/メガブルー, Namiki Shun/Mega Burū): 18 years old, Shun is a loner who aspires to become a computer-graphics artist and initially refuses to become a Megaranger. After seeing Kenta attempt to keep the Kune Kune from interfering in his lifelong dreams, Shun reconsiders and becomes good friends with Kenta. He plays the flute, as his late mother was a world-renowned flutist. Shun is adept at creating battle strategies, such as confusing the Nejirangers by making the other Megaranger suits look like his. Shun is a Virgo, according to Miku.
- Chisato Jougasaki/Mega Yellow (城ヶ崎 千里/メガイエロー, Jōgasaki Chisato/Mega Ierō): 18 years old, Chisato dreams of becoming a professional photographer. Aside from photography, she is also into singing. She is attracted to Kouichirou.
- Mega Yellow's forehead symbol is a Digital camera, which can telescopically search for people and things - even allowing her to see through walls. This symbol also allows her to record and playback anything she sees.
- Special Attacks: Digicam Search, Galaxy Search, Blade Arm (ブレードアーム, Burēdo Āmu).
- Miku Imamura/Mega Pink (今村 みく/メガピンク, Imamura Miku/Mega Pinku): 18 years old, Miku eats a lot, but is very self-conscious about her weight. She dislikes schoolwork just as much as Kenta, and because of this, the two of them are very good friends. She is attracted to Shun. During the Megarangers' encounter with Bibidebi on episode 17, Miku is accidentally hit by an evolution beam and becomes "Super Mega Pink" (超メガピンク, Chō Mega Pinku, 17), which makes the colored squares on her costume turn gold. As Super Mega Pink, Miku gains super strength and can wield the other Megarangers' weapons. Additionally, her intelligence increases to an IQ of 800, along with a change in her personality. However, after suffering painful side effects, Miku manages to return to her normal self. In Gaoranger vs. Super Sentai, she lectures Sae Taiga (Gao White) on the Super Sentai franchise's many female warriors and their shared skill at changing their clothes in the blink of an eye, something that Sae had never done before.
- Mega Pink's forehead symbol is a Cellular phone, which can track and analyze sound waves.
- Special Attacks: Telephone Search.
- Yuusaku Hayakawa/Mega Silver (早川 裕作/メガシルバー, Hayakawa Yūsaku/Mega Shirubā, 24-29, 32, 33, 35-38, 40-43, 46, 48-51 & Megaranger vs. Carranger): The 25-year-old chief of INET's Special Development Division, Yuusaku is one of the scientists under Kubota who created the Mega Suits, including Mega Silver which was the prototype Mega Suit. Though he is placed in charge of the Super Mega Project, Yuusaku secretly took the Mega Silver powers for his own use in helping the Megarangers despite Kubota's insistence that he gets back to work. Initially, Yuusaku's transformation into Mega Silver lasts for 2.5 minutes due to how powerful it was, but he was able to repair it by the time Nejirejia discovers this. When the main Megarangers alter their costumes to look like Shun's in order to trick the Nejirangers, Yuusaku confuses them even further by disguising himself as Neji Silver (ネジシルバー, Neji Shirubā, 41), armed with a twisted version of his Silver Blazer (weapon). Yuusaku also pilots his own mecha, Mega Winger. He has also demonstrated his culinary skills by preparing a lavish meal to distract a Nezire Beast before Mega Pink defeats it. In the final battle, he is able to assist the Megarangers by using his damaged Mega Winger to free the Voyager Machines from the rubble of the moon base to give the Megarangers a chance of defeating Death Nejiro and attend their high school graduation ceremony.
- Mega Silver's forehead symbol is the microchip.
- Digitizer (デジタイザー, Dejitaizā): The main Megarangers' special tool. Dialing certain number codes into the Digitizer (worn on the wrist) they can activate their Digital Suits, call their Cyber Sliders, and activate the Mecha.
- 335: Ranger transformation. (Transformation call is "Install! Megaranger!" (「 インストール！メガレンジャー ！」, "Insutōru! Megarenjā!"))
- 259: Calls Cyber Sliders.
- 761: Calls Digitank.
- 108: Launches Mega Shuttle.
- 541: Starts Galaxy Mega formation.
- Mega Sniper (メガスナイパー, Mega Sunaipā): The main Megarangers wield this gun which can be split into two smaller laser pistols, Mega Magnum (メガマグナム, Mega Magunamu) and Mega Shot (メガショット, Mega Shotto) for the TwinShoot attack. This weapon can also be attached to the Mega Weapons to increase the Mega Sniper's power and the enhanced Mega Snipers can be fired together for the Final Shoot attack.
- Drill Saber (ドリルセイバー, Doriru Seibā): Mega Red's mega weapon which he uses to execute the Saber Slash (セイバースラッシュ, Seibā Surasshu) and Screw Drill Saber (スクリュードリルセイバー, Sukuryū Doriru Seibā) attacks. When combined with Mega Red's Mega Sniper, it becomes the Drill Sniper (ドリルスナイパー, Doriru Sunaipā). The Drill Saber is broken by Yugande but soon repaired with a new capability, becoming the Drill Sniper Custom (ドリルスナイパーカスタム, Doriru Sunaipā Kasutamu) - formed when the Drill Sniper is combined with a small screw. Most of the time, this weapon is used alongside the Multi Attack Rifle. It can also be powered into the Super Drill Sniper Custom by pressing "03" on the Battle Riser to transfer its energy into the Drill Saber.
- Mega Rod (メガロッド, Mega Roddo): Mega Black's mega weapon he uses to perform the Rod Break (ロッドブレいき, Roddo Bureiki) attack. Combines with Mega Black's Mega Sniper to become the Rod Sniper (ロッドスナイパー, Roddo Sunaipā).
- Mega Tomahawk (メガトマホーク, Mega Tomahōku): Mega Blue's mega weapon with which he can perform the Tomahawk Hurricane (トマホークハリケーン, Tomahōku Harikēn). Can combine with Mega Blue's Mega Sniper to become the Tomahawk Sniper (トマホークスナイパー, Tomahōku Sunaipā).
- Mega Sling (メガスリング, Mega Suringu): Mega Yellow's mega weapon with which she can combine her Mega Sniper to become the Sling Sniper (スリングスナイパー, Suringu Sunaipā).
- Mega Capture (メガキャプチャー, Mega Kyapuchā): Mega Pink's mega weapon with which she can combine her Mega Sniper to become the Capture Sniper (キャプチャースナイパー, Kyapuchā Sunaipā).
- Cyber Sliders (サイバースライダー, Saibā Suraidā): Surfboard-like vehicles the Megarangers use to move through space.
- Cyber Slider 1 (サイバースライダー１, Saibā Suraidā 1): Mega Red's Cyber Slider.
- Cyber Slider 2 (サイバースライダー２, Saibā Suraidā 2): Mega Black's Cyber Slider.
- Cyber Slider 3 (サイバースライダー３, Saibā Suraidā 3): Mega Blue's Cyber Slider.
- Cyber Slider 4 (サイバースライダー４, Saibā Suraidā 4): Mega Yellow's Cyber Slider.
- Cyber Slider 5 (サイバースライダー５, Saibā Suraidā 5): Mega Pink's Cyber Slider.
- Digitank (デジタンク, Dejitanku): A highly durable armored vehicle used by the Megarangers for transportation, as well as Prof. Kubota whenever he enters the battlefield on occasion. Created as the ultimate rescue tool. Can be used to enter dangerous areas or to burrow underground and has a scanner called the MultiView Searcher to scan through walls and a fire extinguishing spray. Its armaments consist of the Digihand (デジハンド, Dejihando) a long claw and a small turret located on top called the Digital Particle Cannon (メガバーティカルキャノン, Dejitaru Pātikuru Kyanon). The Digitank was destroyed when Prof. Kubota tried to fight off Shibolena and Yugande near the finale.
- Multi Attack Rifle (マルチアタックライフル, Maruchi Atakku Raifuru): Combination of the Mega Rod, Mega Tomahawk, Mega Sling, and Mega Capture wielded by Mega Black. Most of the time this weapon is used alongside the Drill Sniper Custom.
- Battle Riser (バトルライザー, Batoru Raizā): Special wrist-worn device given to Kenta by Prof. Kubota. It allows for a powered-up chop, punch, and shooting attacks. It is also used to summon and control the Delta Mega and to active the Super Galaxy Mega formation. Contains a "Vulcan" beam which can be activated by hitting "02", even when a Megaranger does not have their Digital Suit on. In the two final battles against the Nejirangers, Mega Silver receives his own Battle Riser to control the Delta Mega and to help fight with Mega Winger. Near the final, Mega Black and Mega Yellow receive their own Battle Risers. In Episode 29 and Gaoranger vs. Super Sentai, Mega Pink has a Battle Riser. It's uncertain if Mega Blue received his own Battle Riser device though Prof. Kubota once used the Battle Riser to command the Delta Mega in Episode 50 during the defense of the Moonbase.
- 01: Enables Riser Punch (ライザーパンチ, Raizā Panchi), Riser Chop (ライザーチョップ, Raizā Choppu) and Super Galaxy Mega's Super Galaxy Knuckle attacks.
- 02: Enables Vulcan beams
- 03: Originally non-functional until this ability was uploaded in Episode 33. Enhances the Mega Sniper's firepower by 15 times (mostly on Super Drill Sniper Custom for the Full Power attack).
- Keitaizer (ケイタイザー, Keitaizā): Yuusaku/Mega Silver's change device. It uses many of the same features as the Digitizer (but with Mega Silver's own unique vehicles) and is also used as an actual cell-phone. The devices name is actually a play off of "Keitai Denwa", or "cellular phone".
- 2580 - MEGA: Ranger transformation. (Transformation call is "Keitaizer, install!" (「ケイタイザー、インストール ！」, "Keitaizā, insutōru!"))
- 259: Calls Auto Slider.
- Silver Blazer (シルバーブレイザー, Shirubā Bureizā): Mega Silver's arm weapon with Sword or Gun Modes. Attacks with Blazer Impact (ブレイザーインパクト, Bureizā Inpakuto) - a barrage of blasts in gun mode, followed by a close blade slash. Mega Silver can also perform Blazer Impact with just the sword slash alone.
- Auto Slider (オートスライダー, Ōto Suraidā): Mega Silver has his own Cyber Slider which is capable of transforming into Bike Auto and can fire the Slider Beam (スライダービーム, Suraidā Bīmu).
- Megatector (メガテクター, Mega Tekutā): An upgrade armor that the Megarangers receive in Megaranger vs. Carranger. Their finishing move, Rainbow Impulse, involves them turning into balls of light and destroying their enemies not unlike the Lights of Ginga. The armor was a movie exclusive and was never used in the actual TV series.
The mecha used by the Megaranger were made by INET.
- Electromagnetic Fusion Galaxy Mega (電磁合体ギャラクシーメガ, Denji Gattai Gyarakushī Mega): Combination of Mega Ship and Mega Shuttle, a homage to Bioman's Biorobo. Initially, INET thought the Megarangers did not fully utilize the robot's potential and had their tactics programmer, Professor Toyokawa, install a program that allows Galaxy Mega to fight without a human pilot. But the Shrimp Nezire incident helped Toyokama's to understand the negative potential and he allows the robot to remain in Kubota's control. The Galaxy Mega's last appearance in the series was when it was rendered inoperable by Burning Yugande, but was repaired and used again in Gingaman vs. Megaranger. Galaxy Mega's power helped to power up GaoKing in Gaoranger vs. Super Sentai. The Galaxy Mega's weapons are the MegaSaber (メガサーベル, Mega Sāberu), a sword which the Galaxy Mega can use to perform a wide variety of attacks; Mega Side Cutter (メガサイドカッター, Mega Saido Kattā) - a horizontal slash, Mega Flying Cutter (メガフライングカッター, Mega Furaingu Kattā) - a jumping slash, Saber Electromagnetic Whip (サーベル電磁ムチ, Sāberu Denji Muchi) - an energy whip that is used to weaken an opponent, Mega Dash Cutter (メガダッシュカッター, Mega Dasshu Kattā) - a dashing horizontal slash, Mega Cross Cutter (メガクロスカッター, Mega Kurosu Kattā) - a double diagonal Slash attack that forms an X, Galaxy Lance (ギャラクシーランス, Gyarakushī Ransu) - a sword extension attack that destroys its target from a distance, Mega Flash Arrow (メガフラッシュアロー, Mega Furasshu Arō) - the saber is thrown like an arrow/spear to impale its enemy, Mega Straight Cutter (Mega Straighto Katta) and Saber Electromagnetic Snake (サーベル電磁ヘビ, Sāberu Denji Hebi) - used against Toad Nejire, where Mega Pink took advantage of a toad's natural fear of snakes, by transforming the tip of the sword into a projection of a snake; MegaShield (メガシールド, Mega Shīrudo), which can protect the Galaxy Mega and enable it to safely enter Earth's atmosphere; and Booster Rifle (ブースターライフル, Būsutā Raifuru), a gun created from the Shuttle Booster which originally enabled the Mega Shuttle to make it into space. The Booster Rifle can fire energy blasts or freezing gas to freeze opponents.
- Mega Ship (メガシップ, Mega Shippu): Orbital space station for Megarangers and Prof. Kubota. The sides and nose form Galaxy Mega's legs, and the undercarriage forms the arms while the underbelly becomes the shield. Armed with the Mega Particle Cannon. There are a hundred people who work inside Mega Ship. Following the near destruction of the Galaxy Mega by Mad Guirail and the debut of the Mega Voyager, Prof. Kubota sets up command at the INET Moon Base instead, and the Mega Ship was usually stored there in the docking bay unless if it was needed.
- Mega Shuttle (メガシャトル, Mega Shatoru): The orbiter forms Galaxy Mega's head (the engine becomes the "mullet", and the cockpit becomes the cranium). The Shuttle Booster forms the Booster Rifle (with the fuel tank holding the handle and muzzle). The orbiter docks in the nose. The Shuttle Booster can be docked to the underside of the Mega Ship. On the toy, the Shuttle Booster can also add weapons to the Mega Ship by separating into three pieces with the fuel tank becoming a cannon on the underbelly and the rocket boosters on the sides. This function is never seen in the series.
- Delta Mega (デルタメガ, Deruta Mega): An additional mecha created by Prof. Kubota that is activated and controlled by either Mega Red or Mega Silver using the Battle Riser bracelet. Its program was developed by Prof. Kawasaki. One panel in the central control room was for the program to start it with another to start a self-destruct program. It made its debut in Episode 20. Comes by the command "DeltaMega Install!". Its armaments consist of two small guns known as the Delta Laser (デルタレーザー, Deruta Rēzā) and two Gatling Blaster (ガトリングブラスター, Gatoringu Burasutā) arms. However, there is a flaw in the control system which Guirail takes advantage of and uses against the Megarangers. But after Galaxy Mega sent out a wave circuit to Delta Mega its Fusion System activated, later combining into Super Galaxy Mega. When the Battle Riser is placed into the Galaxy Mega's controls it allows for the Delta Mega to combine with it to form the Super Galaxy Mega. Much like the Mega Ship, the Delta Mega was also moved and stored in the INET Moon Base's docking bay unless if it was needed following the debut of the Mega Voyager. The Delta Mega was destroyed near the finale by a powered-up Yugande, but rebuilt and reappeared in Gaoranger vs. Super Sentai.
- Super Electromagnetic Fusion Super Galaxy Mega (超電磁合体スーパーギャラクシーメガ, Chō Denji Gattai Sūpā Gyarakushī Mega): Combination of Galaxy Mega and Delta Mega. First appeared in Episode 21. In this mode the Delta Mega's Gatling Blasters are positioned on the shoulders of the Super Galaxy Mega and three times stronger than normal. The Super Galaxy Mega's finishing attack is called the Super Galaxy Knuckle (スーパーギャラクシーナックル, Sūpā Gyarakushī Nakkuru) where it fires both fist like rockets to destroy the enemy. When the Super Galaxy Knuckle proved useless against Mad Guirail a new attack was used, the Big Bang Attack (ビッグバンアタック, Biggu Ban Atakku). The Super Galaxy Mega spins around at high speeds, flies up into the air, and finally shots down like a comet and blasts through the Mad Guirail. Mad Guirail survived the attack.
- Voyager Machines (ボイジャーマシン, Boijā Mashin): A series of mecha created by INET's Special Development Division in the Super Mega Project which Yuusaku oversees. When Mad Guirail overpowered the Super Galaxy Mega, the Megarangers obtain use of the Voyager Machines, which are launched from INET's Moon Base. The five Voyager Machines were combined into Galaxy Fusion Mega Voyager (銀河合体メガボイジャー, Ginga Gattai Mega Boijā). Mega Voyager used the top section of Rocket Voyager 3 as its main weapon for the Voyager Spartan (ボイジャースパルタン, Boijā Suparutan) finishing attack. When Mega Winger donates its Mega Wing, Mega Voyager becomes Wing Mega Voyager (ウイグメガボイジャー, Uingu Mega Boijā), which could use the Winger Spartan (ウインガースパルタン, Uingā Suparutan) (the Voyager Spartan shot in midair). A more powered-up version, used to destroy the last three Nejiranger, was the Mega Spartan (Mega Suparutan). Other attacks include the Voyager Kick, Voyager Punch, and Voyager Pulsar. Aside from using Rocket Voyager 3 as a weapon, Mega Voyager has also used Galaxy Mega's Mega Saber. It continued to be the Megarangers' primary mecha until it was destroyed in the final battle with Hinelar and Death Nejiros in the series finale.
- Rovoyager 1 (ロボイジャー１, Roboijā Wan): Piloted by Mega Red, Rovoyager 1 is a humanoid robot (based on an astronaut's spacesuit) with two large missile batteries on its shoulders. Forms the waist and upper legs of Mega Voyager.
- Shuttle Voyager-2 (シャトルボウジャー２, Shatoru Boijā Tsū): Piloted by Mega Black, Shuttle Voyager 2 is a space shuttle that can fire an energy blast from its nose. Forms Mega Voyager's head and shield.
- Rocket Voyager 3 (ロケットボイジャー３, Roketto Boijā Surī): Piloted by Mega Blue, Rocket Voyager 3 is a large rocket ship that becomes the Voyager Spartan weapon for Mega Voyager, and also becomes Mega Voyager's lower legs and abdominal area. Kenta often used it as a surfboard for Rovoyager 1.
- Saucer Voyager 4 (ソーサーボイジャー４, Sōsā Boijā Fō): Piloted by Mega Yellow, Saucer Voyager 4 is a UFO-like spaceship that can fire energy blasts from its wings. Forms Mega Voyager's body and arms, and the blasters on both sides of its thrusters attach to Mega Voyager's head. The jet engines also serve as the firing apparatus for the Mega Voyager's Voyager Pulsar attack.
- Tank Voyager 5 (タンクボイジャー５, Tanku Boijā Faibu): Piloted by Mega Pink, Tank Voyager 5 is a covered tank with two large cannons on top. Forms Mega Voyager's feet.
- Mega Winger (メガウインガー, Mega Uingā): Personal mecha of Mega Silver, created by Yuusaku, allows him to operate as Mega Silver, as part of the Mega Space Project. It could change from Flyer Mode (フライヤーモード, Furaiyā Mōdo) to Fighter Mode (ファイターモード, Faitā Mōdo) at phenomenal speed with the command "Electric Shock Transformation" (電撃変形, Dengeki Henkei). It could donate its Mega Wing (メガウイング, Mega Uingu) to Mega Voyager, transforming it into Wing Mega Voyager. Mega Winger's main weapon was the Winger Cannon (ウインガーキャノン, Uingā Kyanon), which required both hands to operate. The undercarriage forms the lower legs and the "nose" becomes the arms (the inside parts spinning to become the forearms), revealing the head. The Mega Winger's final battle was in Episode 50, where it was crippled in battle against Burning Yugande while defending the INET Moon Base. But Yuusaku was able to use the damaged Mega Winger to free the Voyager Machines from the rubble of the Moon Base before it finally collapsed due to the earlier damage.
- Prof. Eikichi Kubota (久保田 衛吉博士, Kubota Eikichi-hakase): He is in charge of the Megaranger program - specifically the Megarangers video game. During a surprise attack on the NASADA base by the Nezirejia, he is forced to give the Digitizers to five students - turning them into Megarangers. He was once friends with Dr. Samejima, who had left this dimension for Nezirejia - becoming Dr. Hinelar. Dr. Kubota is a former high school boxer and he plays the trumpet.
- Shougo Kawasaki: A young man who is the head engineer of the Mega Ship's maintenance department. His father, Professor Kawasaki, is a world authority on robot control programs (helped create the program for Delta Mega) and wants Shougo to attend college, using the program he developed for Delta Mega to get his son back on Earth. However, after Mega Red saves Shougo from Guirail, he is allowed to remain with INET.
- Tachibana: a crew member of the Galaxy Mega.
Moroboshi High School
Moroboshi High School (諸星学園, Moroboshi Gakuen): The high school attended by the five Megarangers until the series finale. Each of the team's classmates and teachers ended up being involved in a Nejirejian scheme and they become enraged when they learned the identities of the Megarangers to which almost everyone turns against them. It was only in the final battle with Dr. Hinelar that the school realized the error of their stand and started to support the Megarangers.
- Miss Nishiyama (4): The Biology teacher.
- Gen Ooiwa: The class' lazy Homeroom/Science teacher. Despite his laziness, he manages to find ways to motivate his students - especially the well-disciplined Kouichirou. In episode 12, while the Megarangers battle Mole Nezire Mr. Ooiwa stumbles upon a meteorite fragment and keeps it in his possession, making him a target of the Nejirejia. When he and Mega Black are captured by Mole Nezire, he tells the overachiever to never give up. As a result, Mr. Ooiwa inspires Mega Black to break free and foil the Nezirejian plans. During the finale, despite the Megarangers being expelled, he is the only staff member not to turn his back on the Megaranger and together with Jirou and Erina start the pep rally to cheer the Megarangers on.
- Shintarou Wada (6, 45 & 49-51): An overweight shy boy who has a crush on Miku. He threatened to reveal some secret photos of Miku to the school unless she would go on a date with him. Miku agrees as she thought the photos were of her transforming into Mega Pink. The photos are of her sleeping in class and the nurse's office. Shintarou was placed under the control of the Thorn Nejilar to do Dr. Hinelar's bidding until he is freed by the Megarangers. Later after the Megaranger's secret identities are exposed and Jirou is injured during the Nejilars attack, Shintarou blames the Megarangers and turns his back on them. He comes around during the final battle and cheers his friends on. Afterwards, he graduates with his classmates.
- Jirou Iwamoto (6, 45, 49 & 51): Shintarou's best friend and spokesperson due to Shintarou's shy personality. He consoles Shintarou when Miku turns him down for a second date. Near the finale, he is injured when the Megarangers' secret identities are exposed. During the final battle, a bandaged Jirou returns to the school and together with Erina and Mr. Ōiwa started the pep rally to cheer the Megarangers on. Afterwards, he graduates with his classmates.
- Erina (37 & 49-51): A classmate of the Megarangers. After the Megaranger's secret identities are exposed, she is among the few people in the school who still supports the Megarangers and tried unsuccessfully to convince the school staff not to expel them. Ultimately with Jirou and Mr. OŌiwa she started the pep rally to cheer the Megarangers on, which would be instrumental in restoring the Megaranger's fighting spirit, contributing to their final victory against Dr. Hinelar and the Death Neziros. Afterwards, she graduates with her classmates.
- Takeshi: One of the arcade children Kenta befriended. He was used by Guirail in a scheme to break Mega Red's fighting spirit by having the boy receive the end of Mega Red's punch.
- Space Fairy Picot: Known as the "Light of Hope", Picot is a dragon-like fairy who assumes a clam-like form while traveling to a planet where he can only grant five wishes. After fulfilling the wishes, Picot leaves the planet and would eventually return to the visited planet 100,004,000 years later. Though originally chased by Helmedor, Picot becomes targeted by the Nejireians as well. While on Earth, Picot granted Miku's giant cake wish, Kyosuke's wish for katsudon, Helmedor's planet destroying laser cannon, and Kani Nejilar's wish to bring dead Psycho Nejilars back to life. After granting Kenta's wish for the Megarangers to have for energy to keep fighting, giving them their Mega Tector armor and aiding the Carrangers, Picot leaves for the next planet.
- Gekisou Sentai Carranger: A group of workers at Pegasus Auto Garage who are chosen by the Hazardian Dappu to become the Carrangers, using Carmagic Power to fight the Bowzock gang. After defeating the Bowzock, the Carrangers are notified by Dappu of Picot with orders to find him and keep him safe from Helmedor. After a miscommunication with the Megarangers, with Kyosuke wasting a wish on katsudon, they get along with the other team while admitting their dream was to travel the universe and see the friends they made during their adventure. Soon after, Shibolena cast a spell making the Carrangers fight the Megarangers before Dappu infuses the latter's weapons with Carmagic Power to bring the Carrangers back to normal.
- Seijuu Sentai Gingaman: A group of warriors chosen as the 133rd warriors of the Star Beast Swords. Along with their Star Beasts, they protected the Earth against the evil Space Pirates Barban. However, when Captain Gregory planned to revive the Balban, after they were defeated by the Gingaman, with the aid of Hizumina; Dr. Hinelar's second daughter who wants revenge on the Megarangers, the Gingaman teamed up with the Megarangers to put a stop to their plans.
Evil Electric Kingdom Nezirejia
The Evil Electric Kingdom Nezirejia (邪電王国ネジレジア, Jaden Ōkoku Nejirejia) are invaders from another dimension ruled by an entity called Javious. Their names and appearances are all twisted and distorted. They have stationed in the Death Neziros (デスネジロ, Desu Nejiro) fortress which transforms into the giant robot Grand Neziros (グランネジロス, Guran Nejirosu, 51) in the series finale. This robot can regenerate severed limbs as well as bind and electrocute his victims with cables and was finally destroyed along with the Mega Voyager in the finale. Hinelar self-destructed the Death Neziros from the inside in an attempt to blow up the Megarangers, the people in their high school and the Mega Voyager. The Megarangers nearly sacrifice themselves to carry Death Neziros with the Mega Voyager into the sky to prevent any further damage to their high school.
- Evil Electro-King Javious the First (邪電王ジャビウス１世, Jadenō Jabiusu Issei, 2-43) is the ruler of Nezirejia. He appears only as a giant eye on the screen of the Death Neziros. Very little is known about him and he is killed when the last of the Nejirangers, whose life forces are connected to his, are destroyed by the Megarangers. Upon his death, Javious was revealed to be the nucleus of Nejirejia, which fades away upon his death. Only Javious' heart remained, which Hinelar used to power his Hinelar City, which was later destroyed along with Hinelar City.
- Dr. Hinelar (Ｄｒ．ヒネラー, Dokutā Hinerā) is the leader of the Nejirejia invasion party. He was originally a cybernetics scientist named Dr. Samejima (鮫島博士, Samejima-hakase), who studied space exploring suits and lost his beloved daughter in one of his experiments, destroying his reputation and scarring him. He later worked with Kubota on an interdimensional project, being the first to discover the existence of Nejirejia. A year later, Samejima decides to enter the dimension to prove its existence in spite of Kubota's pleas not to be reckless and ends up becoming Javious', right-hand man. Kubota later realized that Dr. Hinelar and Samejima are one and the same when he recognizes that the suits of the Nejirangers are similar to the Power Suits Samejima had developed. Hinelar later plots and successfully kills Javious through the Nejirangers, to become the new high leader of the Nejirejians. After the destruction of Javious, the Nezire Dimension closes making Hinelar build Hinelar City (ヒネラーシティ, Hinerā Shiti) in which he intended to concentrate all mankind as data cards. Soon after the destruction of his city, Hinelar began his personal attack on the Megarangers after learning their identities and making sure that they become outcasts to society. But Yugande's and Shibolena's demises drove Hinelar over the edge gained a second 'fighting' form to battle the Megarangers himself. However, the device that kept his body from warping on itself (a side effect from being in Nezirejia) was damaged and he retreated into the Death Neziros and turning it into Grand Neziros. When GrandNeziros exploded during the Mega Voyager's sacrifice, Hinelar dies, still inside while trying to will his body from collapsing onto itself.
- Shibolena (シボレナ, Shiborena, 1-50) is a cybernetic gynoid modeled after Hinelar's long dead daughter, Shizuka. Considers herself the masterpiece of Dr. Hinelar's work. She was second-in-command to Hinelar on the Death Neziros, a mistress of disguise and illusions. Armed with a rapier, she was also the smart one, often initiating plans for conquest. Creating Bara Nezire through her own DNA, Shibolena poses as a nun to give her offshoot's roses to children, turning them into slaves and subject them to Demon Therapy to create "Little Rose Nezire". But with one of the children being her new friend Ruri, Chisato arrives and nearly exposes herself as Mega Yellow (whom Shibolena establishes a rivalry with) to wound Shibolena with her Blade Arm. Fortunately, Mega Blue creates a holographic duplicate of Chisato to confuse Shibolena. She was critically wounded near the finale, by Mega Red, while protecting Yugande. She makes it back to the Death Neziros, to inform Hinelar of Yugande's death. Her body explodes right before Dr. Hinelar's eyes after she says goodbye to her master. The design of her hairstyle-like helmet is based on a CG illustration used as a reference.
- Bibidebi (ビビデビ) is a little annoying monster that begins his sentences with "Bibi" and ends them with "debi". In episode 3, Dr. Hinelar modified him with the ability to make the Nezire Beasts grow by biting them and injecting them with a Giganto Virus (巨大化ウィルス, Kyodaika Wirusu) whenever they are destroyed or are nearing defeat at the hands of the Megarangers. In secret, Bibidebi wanted to be the head of Nejirejia and has some affection for Shibolena, secretly sending Canary Nezire to act on his behalf. He appears to have died in the Grand Neziros when it was destroyed, by Mega Voyager's suicide attempt. Later, it is revealed that he teleported Hizumina out of the giant robot before the destruction.
- Yugande (ユガンデ, Yugande, 1-8) is a prideful robot general created by Hinelar whom he admires and unconditionally obeys. He wields the Dark Thunder (ダークサンダー, Dāku Sandā) sword. Being high-strung, Yugande offers to handle the Megarangers himself. Using a divide and conquer strategy to take out the Megaranger members one by one, Yugande gets Mega Red to fight him in subspace so no one would interfere and nearly kills him before the others manage to breach the barrier. Mega Black is badly injured as they get their teammate to safety. Later, Yugande calls Mega Red out, attacking him in his enlarged form as the others arrive to aid him. Using Galaxy Mega, the Megarangers weaken him with the Saber Electromagnetic Whip before killing him with the Mega Side Cutter. However, Yugande is later rebuilt through the Nejzre Circle in a stronger form, Yugande Relive (ユガンデ・リライブ, Yugande Riraibu, 9-31). But as he needs to get used to his upgrade, Yugande remained on the sidelines until the "Ultimate Lifeform" incident, attempting to exact revenge on Mega Red while the monster feeds. Though he manages to destroy Mega Red's Drill Saber and nearly kills him, Yugande is driven off by the Megarangers' Multi-Attack Rifle. Later, he was critically wounded in Episode 30 when Guirail uses him as a shield to protect him from the Super Galaxy Mega's Super Galaxy Knuckle. Yugande has to be modified in a form called Yugande Strong (ユガンデ・ストロング, Yugande Sutorongu, 33-50), with various mechanical implants placed on him in order to survive, and is given a better sword called the Dark Crisis (ダーククライシス, Dāku Kuraishisu), which has three buttons on its handle to activate different attacks such as Dark Blade, Dark Fire, Dark Lightning, and Dark Triple Crisis (all three attacks combined). Yugande uses a special chip to take on a more powerful, red-colored form called Burning Yugande (バーニング・ユガンデ, Bāningu Yugande, 50). With this new power, Yugande proves to be a difficult challenge for the Megarangers, as he destroys the Delta Mega, badly damages the Galaxy Mega and Mega Winger and nearly destroys the Voyager Machines when he damages the INET Moon Base. Yugande, however, meets his end when the Nezi Reactor inside him is damaged and he is killed by Mega Red. His appearance is based on a wireframe model.
- Guirail (ギレール, Girēru, 19-32) was one of Javious' trusted minions, he is sent to Earth to aid Hinelar with the Megarangers. Guirail used crueler methods than Dr. Hinelar's (an example of this is in his first appearance where he used children as shields), even performing unusual experiments on the Nezire Beasts. Prior to revealing himself to Hinelar's group, Guirail stages an attack to capture the children of a city district while breaking Kenta's will to fight by having him hit Takeshi by accident. However, while leading a new attack on a communication building, Guirail messes with Mega Red until he is beaten by him with the Battle Rizer. Later on, he infected Yugande to become Giga-Guirail (ギガギレール, Giga Girēru, 30). But when the Super Galaxy Mega used its Super Galaxy Knuckle attack, Guirail canceled out the fusion to use Yugande as a shield to protect himself. An angry Shibolena tries to kill him but Dr. Hinelar stopped and tricked Guirail into taking the Nezire Source Capsule that gives him tremendous power and robs him of his sanity. This mutated Guirail into an insane beast called Mad Guirail (マッドギレール, Maddo Girēru, 31 & 32) who was so powerful that the Super Galaxy Mega was no match for it. Using full power the Super Galaxy Mega only caused him to break off a piece of his body that formed into Gigire (ギギレ, Gigire, 31 & 32), who could fly through space and blast a powerful laser from his forehead. The Megarangers were able to escape to the INET moonbase on the Delta Mega where Yuusaku gave them the Voyager Machines. In the end, Gigire, and later Mad Guirail, were the first two to be killed by the Mega Voyager. His appearance is based on bandages, as well on Freddy from Nightmare on Elm Street.
- The Evil Electric Sentai Neziranger (邪電戦隊ネジレンジャー, Jaden Sentai Nejirenjā) (38-43, 47 & 48) group were created by Dr. Hinelar from Javious' DNA as evil counterparts to the Megarangers for the purpose of finding out the Megarangers secret identities. Their suits are similar to power suits Dr. Hinelar had developed back when he was known as Samejima. They share an attack called Evil Electric Energy Attack. Unfortunately, the Nezirangers were impatient and wanted nothing more than to kill their Megaranger counterparts. The Nezirangers were used by Hinelar not only to kill the Megarangers in suicide attacks but also to kill Javious by slowly draining him of his life energy. When badly damaged or enlarged, they transformed into their monstrous true forms. The Nezirangers' urge to kill managed to keep them from dying as they used Hinelar's data card machine to regain physical form. They not only resume their original goal but also to try to kill Hinelar for using them in the first place. The Megarangers manage to digitize them, preserving them as data cards which were abandoned and then destroyed along with Hinelar City.
- Nezi Red (ネジレッド, Neji Reddo, 38-43, 47 & 48): Leader, armed with Neji Saber (ネジセイバー, Neji Seibā). True form, Nezi Phantom (ネジファントム, Neji Fantomu, 42, 43 & 48), is a flame-like monster. Once turned on Dr. Hinelar when he discovered that the Nezirangers were mere pawns in Hinelar's plans, but had his free will removed. Killed by Super Galaxy Mega, Mega Voyager and Mega Winger later turned into a data card.
- Nezi Black (ネジブラック, Neji Burakku, 38-43, 47 & 48): The fiercest member of the five. Armed with Neji Rod (ネジロッド, Neji Roddo). True form, Nezi Vulgar (ネジヴァルガー, Neji Varugā, 42, 43 & 48), is a rock-like monster. Killed by Super Galaxy Mega, Mega Voyager and Mega Winger later turned into a data card.
- Nezi Blue (ネジブルー, Neji Burū, 38-41, 47 & 48): Armed with Neji Tomahawk (ネジトマホーク, Neji Tomahōku). The most sadistic of the five, he became obsessed with specifically fighting and killing Mega Blue. True form, Nezi Bizzare (ネジビザール, Neji Bizāru, 41 & 48), is an ice-like monster with freezing powers. Killed by Wing Mega Voyager, later turned into a data card.
- Nezi Yellow (ネジイエロー, Neji Ierō, 38-43, 47 & 48): Armed with Neji Sling (ネジスリング, Neji Suringu). The most cunning member and rival of Nezi Pink. True form, Nezi Sofia (ネジソフィア, Neji Sofia, 42, 43 & 48), is a spider-like monster with the ability to control electronics or anything powered by electricity, most notably taking control over the Mega Voyager. Killed by Super Galaxy Mega, Mega Voyager and Mega Winger later turned into a data card.
- Nezi Pink (ネジピンク, Neji Pinku, 38-40, 47 & 48): The most brutal member, armed with Neji Arrow (ネジアロー, Neji Arō). True form, Nezi Jealous (ネジジェラス, Neji Jerasu, 40 & 48), is a plant-like beast. Killed by Mega Voyager, after the Megarangers divert energy to increase the power of the Voyager Spartan. Later turned into a data card.
- Hizumina (ヒズミナ, Hizumina, Gingaman vs. Megaranger) is the last of Hinelar's creations and Shibolena's "Younger Sister", mostly identical save for her armor being purplish. She secretly wished to revive Hinelar having grown to miss him with Shibolena's memories, but was betrayed by Gregory when participating in reviving the Balban space pirates. Surviving the treachery, Hizumina attempts to take advantage of the fight to kill the Megarangers, only to be ultimately killed by Mega Red.
- Kunekune (クネクネ, Kunekune) are Nezirejia's grunts, having twisted faces and using twisted blades as their weapons. They are also able to assume human form.
- Boss Kunekune (ボスクネクネ, Bosu Kunekune, 14): A black-headed version of the Kunekune able to fire energy from his hands. Posing as a police officer, Boss Kunekune leads his Nezire Army into taking over the Yuhigaoka Apartment Building in the H Ward as part of a plan to secretly replace every person on Earth with Kunkune. When Megarangers uncover the plan, the Kunekune attempt to kill off Mega Red and Mega Pink with their massive numbers before Boss Kunekune arrives to finish them off. However, after being defeated by Mega Red's Drill Sniper Custom, Boss Kunekune calls his army to group around him to form King Kunekune (キングクネクネ, Kingu Kunekune), with his head in the heart area. Because he was composed of many Kunekune, King Kunekune could close wounds in seconds. When Boss Kunekune was destroyed by the Galaxy Mega with the Booster Rifle, King Kunekune disassembled in the explosion.
On April 6, 1997 (The day that Episode 8 aired) the show later began to air on Sunday mornings at 7.30am JST instead of late afternoons on a Friday. This time slot has been the regular time slot for Super Sentai shows until October 2017.
|No.||Title||Director||Writer||Original air date|
|1||"Don't Let Them! The Twisted Invaders"|
Transcription: "Yurusu na! Nejireta Shinryakusha" (Japanese: ゆるすな！ねじれた侵略者)
|Takao Nagaishi||Junki Takegami||February 14, 1997|
|2||"Look! Our Galaxy Mega"|
Transcription: "Mite Kure! Oretachi no Gyarakushī Mega" (Japanese: 見てくれ！俺たちのギャラクシーメガ)
|Takao Nagaishi||Junki Takegami||February 21, 1997|
|3||"For Real! A Huge Nezire Beast"|
Transcription: "Maji ka yo! Dekkai Nejirejū" (Japanese: マジかよ！でっかいネジレ獣)
|Noboru Takemoto||Junki Takegami||February 28, 1997|
|4||"Smash it! Shibolena's Trap"|
Transcription: "Kudaku zo! Shiborena no Wana" (Japanese: 砕くぞ！シボレナの罠)
|Noboru Takemoto||Naruhisa Arakawa||March 7, 1997|
|5||"Finish It! This Is an Underhanded Battle"|
Transcription: "Kimeru ze! Kore ga Urawaza Batoru" (Japanese: キメるぜ! これが裏技バトル)
|Ryuta Tasaki||Junki Takegami||March 14, 1997|
|6||"We Did It! The Roaring Digitank"|
Transcription: "Yatta ne! Bakusō Dejitanku" (Japanese: やったね！爆走デジタンク)
|Ryuta Tasaki||Junki Takegami||March 21, 1997|
|7||"What's This? The Clingy, Bothersome Girl"|
Transcription: "Nan na no? Okkake Meiwaku Musume" (Japanese: ナンなの？おっかけ迷惑娘)
|Takao Nagaishi||Naruhisa Arakawa||March 28, 1997|
|8||"I Can't Lose! Turnabout Teamwork"|
Transcription: "Makeru ka! Gyakuten Chīmuwāku" (Japanese: 負けるか！逆転チームワーク)
|Takao Nagaishi||Junki Takegami||April 6, 1997|
|9||"Exposed! The Demon-Filled CD"|
Transcription: "Abaku zo! Mamono ga Hisomu Shī Dī" (Japanese: あばくぞ！魔物がひそむＣＤ)
|Noboru Takemoto||Junki Takegami||April 13, 1997|
|10||"Farewell! Sorrowful Android"|
Transcription: "Sayonara! Kanashimi no Andoroido" (Japanese: さよなら！哀しみのアンドロイド)
|Noboru Takemoto||Naruhisa Arakawa||April 20, 1997|
|11||"Look Out! The Lure of the Red Rose"|
Transcription: "Abunai! Akai Bara no Yūwaku" (Japanese: あぶない！赤いバラの誘惑)
|Ryuta Tasaki||Naruhisa Arakawa||April 27, 1997|
|12||"What a Pain! Our Lazybones Teacher"|
Transcription: "Komaru ze! Warera ga Gūtara Sensei" (Japanese: こまるぜ！我らがぐうたら先生)
|Ryuta Tasaki||Junki Takegami||May 4, 1997|
|13||"Heartthrob! Our Teacher Is Like the Wind"|
Transcription: "Dokidoki! Sensei wa Kaze no You ni" (Japanese: どきどき！先生は風のように)
|Takao Nagaishi||Junki Takegami||May 11, 1997|
|14||"Surprise! The Neighbors are Nejirejians"|
Transcription: "Bikkuri! Otonari wa Nejirejia" (Japanese: びっくり！おとなりはネジレジア)
|Takao Nagaishi||Junki Takegami||May 18, 1997|
|15||"See Through It! The Mecha of Genius High"|
Transcription: "Mi Yabure! Tensai Kōkō no Karakuri" (Japanese: 見やぶれ！天才高校のカラクリ)
|Masato Tsujino||Shigeru Yanagawa||May 25, 1997|
|16||"Very Bad! Will We Die?"|
Transcription: "Gekiyaba! Oretachi Shinu no ka?" (Japanese: 激ヤバ！オレたち死ぬのか？)
|Masato Tsujino||Yasuko Kobayashi||June 1, 1997|
|17||"Too Cool!? The Awesome Super Miku"|
Transcription: "Sugosugi!? Iketeru Sūpā Miku" (Japanese: すごすぎ！?いけてるスーパーみく)
|Ryuta Tasaki||Naruhisa Arakawa||June 8, 1997|
|18||"Protect it! The Mysterious Boy's Forest"|
Transcription: "Mamoru zo! Fushigi na Shōnen no Mori" (Japanese: 守るぞ！不思議な少年の森)
|Ryuta Tasaki||Naruhisa Arakawa||June 15, 1997|
|19||"Drive It In! The Invincible Deadly Punch"|
Transcription: "Uchikome! Fukutsu no Hissatsu Panchi" (Japanese: 打ちこめ！不屈の必殺パンチ)
|Takao Nagaishi||Junki Takegami||June 22, 1997|
|20||"Counting On You! The New Robo: Delta Mega"|
Transcription: "Tanomu ze! Shin Robo Deruta Mega" (Japanese: たのむぜ！新ロボデルタメガ)
|Takao Nagaishi||Junki Takegami||June 29, 1997|
|21||"Now's The Time! The Life-Threatening Super-Fusion"|
Transcription: "Ima Koso! Inochi o Kaketa Chō Gattai" (Japanese: いまこそ！命をかけた超合体)
|Takao Nagaishi||Junki Takegami||July 6, 1997|
|22||"Escape! Labyrinth of Evil"|
Transcription: "Nukedese! Akuma no Rabirinsu" (Japanese: ぬけ出せ！悪魔のラビリンス)
|Masato Tsujino||Naruhisa Arakawa||July 20, 1997|
|23||"Why! My Egg is a Nezire Beast"|
Transcription: "Nande da! Ore no Tamago wa Nejirejū" (Japanese: なんでだ！オレのたまごはネジレ獣)
|Masato Tsujino||Shigeru Yanagawa||July 27, 1997|
|24||"Running Solo! A Silvery New Face"|
Transcription: "Dokusō! Gin'iro no Nyū Feisu" (Japanese: 独走！銀色のニューフェイス)
|Ryuta Tasaki||Yasuko Kobayashi||August 3, 1997|
|25||"Just in Time! Time Limit: 2.5 Minutes"|
Transcription: "Girigiri! Taimu Rimitto Nifunhan" (Japanese: ギリギリ！タイムリミット２分半)
|Ryuta Tasaki||Yasuko Kobayashi||August 10, 1997|
|26||"Really!? The End of Nezirejia"|
Transcription: "Honto ka!? Nejirejia no Saigo" (Japanese: ホントか!？ネジレジアの最期)
|Takao Nagaishi||Yasuko Kobayashi||August 17, 1997|
|27||"Kick Them About! The Demonic Coral of Death"|
Transcription: "Kechirase! Shi o Yobu Ma no Sango" (Japanese: けちらせ！死を呼ぶ魔のサンゴ)
|Takao Nagaishi||Junki Takegami||August 24, 1997|
|28||"Give Up! The Explosive Granny Whirlwind"|
Transcription: "Oteage! Bakuretsu Obaachan Senpū" (Japanese: おてあげ！爆裂おばあちゃん旋風)
|Masato Tsujino||Naruhisa Arakawa||August 31, 1997|
|29||"I Want to Lose Weight! Miku's Dubious Diet"|
Transcription: "Yasetai! Miku no Ayashii Daietto" (Japanese: やせたい！みくの怪しいダイエット)
|Masato Tsujino||Shigeru Yanagawa||September 7, 1997|
|30||"Full Throttle! The Friendship Combination"|
Transcription: "Sakuretsu! Yūjō no Konbinēshon" (Japanese: サク烈！友情のコンビネーション)
|Ryuta Tasaki||Junki Takegami||September 14, 1997|
|31||"Stop it! Out of Control Guirail"|
Transcription: "Tomeru ze! Girēru no Bōsō" (Japanese: 止めるぜ！ギレールの暴走)
|Ryuta Tasaki||Yasuko Kobayashi||September 21, 1997|
|32||"Is It the End!? Desperate Situation, Galaxy Mega"|
Transcription: "Owari ka!? Zettai Zetsumei Gyarakushī Mega" (Japanese: 終わりか！？絶体絶命ギャラクシーメガ)
|Ryuta Tasaki||Yasuko Kobayashi||September 28, 1997|
|33||"Giddy! The Girlfriend From the Moon"|
Transcription: "Ukiuki! Tsuki Kara Kita Koibito" (Japanese: ウキウキ！月から来た恋人)
|Takao Nagaishi||Naruhisa Arakawa||October 5, 1997|
|34||"I'll Show You! Big Bro's Miracle Shoot"|
Transcription: "Miseru ze! Aniki no Mirakuru Shūto" (Japanese: 見せるぜ！兄貴のミラクルシュート)
|Takao Nagaishi||Shigeru Yanagawa||October 12, 1997|
|35||"Overcome! Mega Silver's Greatest Crisis"|
Transcription: "Norikire! Mega Shirubā Saidai no Kiki" (Japanese: のりきれ！メガシルバー最大の危機)
|Masato Tsujino||Yasuko Kobayashi||October 19, 1997|
|36||"Fly! The Universe's Dancing Wings of Hope"|
Transcription: "Habatake! Sora ni Mau Kibō no Tsubasa" (Japanese: はばたけ！
|Masato Tsujino||Yasuko Kobayashi||October 26, 1997|
|37||"Why? Chisato's Old Man's Voice"|
Transcription: "Dōshite? Chisato ga Oyaji-goe" (Japanese: どうして？千里がオヤジ声)
|Ryuta Tasaki||Naruhisa Arakawa||November 2, 1997|
|38||"Scary! Nezirejia's Fiendish Squadron"|
Transcription: "Senritsu! Nejirejia no Kyōaku Sentai" (Japanese: 戦慄！ネジレジアの凶悪戦隊)
|Ryuta Tasaki||Junki Takegami||November 16, 1997|
|39||"Exposed! Mega Red's True Identity"|
Transcription: "Bareta ze! Mega Reddo no Shōtai" (Japanese: バレたぜ！メガレッドの正体)
|Takao Nagaishi||Junki Takegami||November 23, 1997|
|40||"Scary! Bad Women"|
Transcription: "Kowai ze! Baddo na Onnatachi" (Japanese: コワいぜ！バッドな女たち)
|Takao Nagaishi||Yasuko Kobayashi||November 30, 1997|
|41||"Snapped! The Blue Terror, Nezi Blue"|
Transcription: "Kirete 'ru! Ao no Kyōfu Neji Burū" (Japanese: キレてる！青の恐怖ネジブルー)
|Masato Tsujino||Yasuko Kobayashi||December 7, 1997|
|42||"Lose Them! The Evil Pursuers"|
Transcription: "Furikire! Jaaku na Tsuisekisha" (Japanese: ふりきれ！邪悪な追跡者)
|Masato Tsujino||Junki Takegami||December 14, 1997|
|43||"We Won't Be Defeated! The Decisive Christmas Eve Clash"|
Transcription: "Makenai! Kessen wa Kurisumasu Ibu" (Japanese: 負けない！決戦はクリスマスイブ)
|Takao Nagaishi||Junki Takegami||December 21, 1997|
|44||"Carefree! Kenta's New Year's Eve Crisis"|
Transcription: "O-kiraku! Kenta no Toshikoshi Sōdō" (Japanese: お気楽！健太の年越し騒動)
|Masato Tsujino||Yasuko Kobayashi||December 28, 1997|
|45||"Tenacious! Hinelar's Counterattack"|
Transcription: "Shibutoi! Hinerā no Dai Gyakushū" (Japanese: しぶとい！ヒネラーの大逆襲)
|Takao Nagaishi||Shigeru Yanagawa||January 4, 1998|
|46||"Prevent it! Setting Sail to Hell"|
Transcription: "Habamu zo! Jigoku e no Funade" (Japanese: 阻むぞ！地獄への船出)
|Masato Tsujino||Junki Takegami||January 11, 1998|
|47||"Jump In! Terrifying Hinelar City"|
Transcription: "Tobikome! Kyōfu no Hinerā Shiti" (Japanese: とびこめ！恐怖のヒネラーシティ)
|Masato Tsujino||Yasuko Kobayashi||January 18, 1998|
|48||"Crush it! Hinelar's Dark Ambition"|
Transcription: "Tsubusu ze! Hinerā no Kuroi Yabō" (Japanese: つぶすぜ！ヒネラーの黒い野望)
|Taro Sakamoto||Junki Takegami||January 25, 1998|
|49||"Utter Despair! We Are Outcasts!?"|
Transcription: "Zetsubō! Oretachi wa Kiraware Mono!?" (Japanese: 絶望！俺たちは嫌われ者！？)
|Taro Sakamoto||Yasuko Kobayashi||February 1, 1998|
|50||"Sublime! The Red-Hot Super Soldier Yugande"|
Transcription: "Sōzetsu! Shakunetsu no Chō Senshi Yugande" (Japanese: 壮絶！灼熱の超戦士ユガンデ)
|Takao Nagaishi||Junki Takegami||February 8, 1998|
|Final||"Seize it! Our Diplomas"|
Transcription: "Tsukamu ze! Oretachi no Sotsugyōshōsho" (Japanese: つかむぜ！俺たちの卒業証書)
|Takao Nagaishi||Naruhisa Arakawa||February 15, 1998|
Denji Sentai Megaranger vs. Carranger
The V-Cinema special takes place between episodes 39 and 40. Arriving late for school, as the car was at Pegasus Garage, Kenta learns that today is graduation picture day. Seeing a beam of light nearby, Kouichirou gets the others out of class to investigate. The five find a seashell before they are attacked by Space Biker Helmedor who wants the shell to fulfill his dreams, overpowering the Megarangers before Mega Silver arrives and engages the biker in a motorcyclists' duel. Suddenly enlarging with his bike, Helmedor battles Super Galaxy Mega before he is forced to shrink and retreat. Later, while trying to find out the seashell's true nature, Miku uses it to wish for a big cake before it is stolen by a group of strange students who actually are the staff of the Pegasus Garage. But with Mega Yellow placing a tracer on the getaway car, the Megarangers track them to the Pegasus Garage where Kyousuke wishes for Katsudon before he and his team are attacked by Yugande and Crab Nezilar. Refusing to stand aside, they assume their Carranger forms to fight Crab Nezilar while the Megarangers deal with Yugande and the Kunekune. The two Sentai teams join forces to force the Nezirejians back as the shell opens up to reveal an alien identified as Space Fairy Picot who wants to grant their last three wishes. Arriving at Yume Beach, the teams get to know each other while talking out to want they would use the last three wishes before Dappu arrives. But "Dappu" turns out to be Helmedor, having made a deal with the Nezirejians to get Picot.
As Helmedor runs off, Shibonlena has the Kunekune hold the Megarangers as she uses her power to turn the Carrangers into her slaves and sicks them on the Megarangers. During the fight, the Megarangers find the real Dappu and untie him. In a risky gambit, Dappu fuses the Megrangers' weapons with his Carmagic to free the Carrangers from Shibolena's spell. At that time, after wishing for a planet-destroying laser cannon, Helmedor betrays Crab Nezilar and fights him. After making a wish to revive previous Psycho Nezilars to overpower the Megarangers, Crab Nezilars was about to make the final wish when Helmedor steals the fairy. But the Carrangers get Picot and throw a decoy into the distance to hold the villains at bay. Coming to the students' aid, the Carrangers give them Picot to make the final wish to their shock. By the time Crab Nezilar and a brainwashed Helmedor return to the battlefield, the Megarangers' wish to keep fighting enables them to don the Mega Tector armor. After destroying the revived monsters with Rainbow Impulse, Shibolena has Bebedebi bite Crab Nezilar and Helmedor as Mega Voyager and RV Robo are formed to fight them. Though Helmedor attempts to turn with the planting destroying laser, Mega Winger destroys the weapon as Wing Mega Voyager and RV Robo execute their signature moves to respectively destroy Crab Nezilar and Helmedor. Soon after, Picot leaves for the next planet as the two sentai teams go out to take their own graduation memorial picture at Yume Beach.
- Hayato Ōshiba: Kenta Date (credited as Kunihiko Ōshiba)
- Atsushi Ehara: Koichiro Endo
- Masaya Matsukaze: Shun Namiki
- Eri Tanaka: Chisato Jogasaki
- Mami Higashiyama: Miku Imamura
- Shigeru Kanai: Yusaku Hayakawa
- Satoru Saitō: Eikichi Kubota
- Emi Shigemitsu: Erina
- Takumi Hashimoto: Jirou Iwamoto
- Yoshihiro Nozoe: Gen Ooiwa
- Ryūzaburō Ōtomo: Evil Electro-King Javious I (Voice)
- Asami Jō: Shizuka Samejima/Shibolena, Hizumina
- Tetsuo Morishita: Professor Samejima/Dr. Hinelar
- Tomokazu Seki: Bibidebi (Voice)
- Hirotaka Suzuoki: Yugande (Voice)
- Tatsuyuki Jinnai: Guirail (Voice)
- Toshiro Tantsu: Nezi Red/Nezi Phantom (Voice)
- Kunihiko Yasui: Nezi Black/Nezi Vulgar (Voice)
- Yoshiharu Yamada: Nezi Blue/Nezi Bizarre (Voice)
- Masako Katsuki: Nezi Yellow/Nezi Sophia (Voice)
- Erina Yamazaki: Nezi Pink/Nezi Jealous (Voice)
- Samuel Pop Aning: Pop, Digitizer (Voice)
- Opening theme
- "Denji Sentai Megaranger" (電磁戦隊メガレンジャー, Denji Sentai Megarenjā)
- Ending themes
- "Kinosei ka na" (気のせいかな, "Is it just my imagination?")
- Lyrics: Saburo Yatsude
- Composition & Arrangement: "Taka-Tora" (鷹虎)
- Artist: Naoto Fūga
- Episodes: 1-20 & 31-50
- "Bomb Dancing Megaranger" (Bomb Dancing メガレンジャー, Bon Danshingu Megarenjā)
- Literally translated as Electromagnetic Squad Megaranger.
- "Denji Sentai Megaranger: The Complete Series". June 2, 2017. Retrieved Jun 7, 2017.
- "ShoutFactoryTV : Watch full episodes of Denji Sentai Megaranger". January 2018. Retrieved Jan 5, 2018.
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