This article is about a/an comparison of characters in the Super Sentai and Power Rangers franchises.
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This page highlights the differences between the Sentai Rangers and the Power Rangers.
Sentai Rangers
Power Rangers


Sentai Rangers Power Rangers
Has 45 official teams, 1 unofficial team, and 1 alternate reality team of Super Sentai. Has 21 teams (and also 6 non-existing powers) of Power Rangers.
Has 44 official seasons and 2 unofficial seasons. Has 27 seasons overall, including 1 mini-series.
The first alien Sentai team were the Gokaigers. The first alien PR team were the Aquitar Rangers.
Most Sentai teams seem to be unaware of their predecessors in some way until they team up with them. Most Power Ranger teams are aware of the existence of past Power Rangers.
No two core Sentai teams are directly connected to each other. The Zordon Era Power Rangers are all technically legacies of one team.
Tsuyoshi Kaijo is the de facto leader of many Sentai gatherings, including the Great Legend War. Tommy Oliver is the considered the best and longest serving Power Ranger, and leader of The Legendary Battle.
The first season is Himitsu Sentai Gorenger. The first season is Mighty Morphin Power Rangers that is based off of Super Sentai's sixteenth season, Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger.
Some long-range attacks are quite realistic like bullet-shooting, missile-launching, shuriken-throwing. Most long-range attacks are laser beams (over the realistic projectiles) or completely different to avoid violence.
Super Sentai includes blood, foul language, usage of alcohol, and even deaths due to Japan's less strict guidelines on what is allowed in children's media. Generally, avoids blood, foul language, usage of alcohol and rarely has character deaths (with some notable exceptions). With this content in the Sentai footage being either cut around, manipulatively edited or being omitted entirely due to FCC's regulations.
The series itself is only aired on TV Asahi. The series itself are aired on multiple networks: Fox Kids, ABC Kids, Jetix (for ABC Family and Toon Disney), and Nickelodeon.
Bandai Japan was the only toy brand for the franchise. Bandai America and Hasbro were the toy brands for the franchise.
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