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This page highlights the differences between the Megarangers and Power Rangers In Space.
Denji Sentai Megaranger
Power Rangers In Space


Megaranger In Space
Cyberspace, video game and digital technology motif. Space and Science Fiction motif.
Lasted at 51 Episodes. Lasted at 43 Episodes.
21st season of Super Sentai. 6th season of Power Rangers.
Villains were from another dimension. Villains were from space.
Led by Kouichirou Endou, the Black Megaranger. Led by Andros, the Red Space Ranger.
Is a stand-alone story, without any ties (apart from direct-to-video crossovers) to Carranger or previous Sentai series, featuring an entirely new cast of characters. Season's story continues on from Turbo. The season also concludes the story set up by the previous five seasons.

Four of the five core Space Rangers were formerly Turbo Rangers.

Story centered on Earth, with small elements of space including a group base on the Moon. A large part of the story is spend traveling through space and visiting planets with the Megaship.
Primary villain was a former colleague of the ranger's mentor. Primary villain was the long-lost sister of the red ranger.
Did not have a crossover with a non-Tokusatsu series. Had a crossover with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise.
Super Sentai continued long after the series ended. Was intended to be the final season of Power Rangers, as the franchise's popularity was failing.
Teamed up with all core members of Carranger. Never made contact with VRV Master. Only teamed up with Justin, the Blue Turbo Ranger and met with Phantom Ranger.
Did not feature any characters from Zyuranger, Dairanger, Kakuranger or Ohranger. Featured the second Mighty Morphin Black Ranger Adam Park in one episode, while the finale saw the return of the Alien Rangers and the Gold Zeo Ranger.
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