This article is about a/an series entry (the 21st) in the Super Sentai series.

Denji Sentai Megaranger (電磁戦隊メガレンジャー Denji Sentai Megarenjā, translated into English as Electromagnetic Squadron Megaranger) was Toei Company's 21st production of the Super Sentai television series. It's motif was cyberspace and digital technology, both of which were considered revolutionary concepts during its premiere. it joined B-Robo KabutackIcon-crosswiki. The footage was used in the American series, Power Rangers in Space.

On April 13, 2017, Amazon listed pre-orders for the US DVD release of Megaranger by Shout! Factory. Originally slated for an August 29, 2017 release, the DVD was delayed to October 31, 2017 due to a production issue. This is the 6th Super Sentai series to be released in North America on Region 1 DVD.[1]

The average ratings of the series was 6.5%.[2]


Kenta Date, a young high school student, is the champion of an arcade video-game known as "Megaranger". Due to his skills and abilities, the I.N.E.T. company brings him in to use his skills and abilities in a top-secret project tied to the Megaranger game. At the same moment as he is brought in, four other students of the "Digital Research Club" at Moroboshi High School (the same high school Kenta was attending) likewise appear at the company, investigating the mysterious research being done by the scientists at the facility. However, as the five are within the facility, a pre-emptive attack begins from the evil Nezirejia, an evil dimensional force lead by Dr. Hinelar under Electro-King Javious I with plans of conquering this reality.

Dr. Kubota, INET chief, then reveals the truth to Kenta and friends: Megaranger was not a video-game, but actually a combat simulator that had been designed to find the recruits with the potential to become a super fighting team to strike against the Nezireija. As the twisted invaders destroy the base, Kubota gives Kenta and his friends special devices known as Digitizers. By entering the key-code 335 and shouting "Install, Megaranger!", Kenta, Kouichirou, Shun, Chisato and Miku, become the fighting team known as Denji Sentai Megaranger with the ability to fight back against Neziregia.

The average ratings of the series was 6.5%.


International Network of Excel-Science and Technology


IS Rangers


Main article: Megarangers
MegaRed Kenta Date
MegaBlack Kouichirou Endou
MegaBlue Shun Namiki
MegaYellow Chisato Jougasaki
MegaPink Miku Imamura
MegaSilver Yuusaku Hayakawa

Other I.N.E.T. Members

Moroboshi High School

Other Allies

Main article: Minor characters in Denji Sentai Megaranger

Wicked Electric Kingdom Nezirejia

NeziRed NeziPhantom
NeziBlack NeziVulgar
NeziBlue NeziBizarre
NeziYellow NeziSophia
NeziPink NeziJealous
NeziSilver Yuusaku Hayakawa (Fake/Imposter) 


Other Villains


Main article: Arsenal (Megaranger)

Transformation Devices


Individual Weapons and Team Blaster

Other Weapons




Main article: Mecha (Megaranger)

Legend:◆ piloted mecha, ✶ team-piloted mecha, ❖ auxiliary mecha


Main article: Denji Sentai Megaranger Episodes

The titles for this season are two statements; the first always being an exclamation or question as if being spoken out loud. These titles reflect back to similar titles as done in Gorenger and J.A.K.Q..

  1. Ep. 1: Don't Let Them! The Twisted Invaders (ゆるすな! ねじれた侵略者 Yurusu na! Nejireta Shinryakusha)
  2. Ep. 2: Look! Our Galaxy Mega (見てくれ! 俺たちのギャラクシーメガ Mite Kure! Ore-tachi no Gyarakushī Mega)
  3. Ep. 3: For Real! A Huge Nezire Beast (マジかよ! でっかいネジレ獣 Maji ka yo! Dekkai Nejirejū)
  4. Ep. 4: Smash it! Shibolena's Trap (砕くぞ! シボレナの罠 Kudaku zo! Shiborena no Wana)
  5. Ep. 5: Finish It! This Is an Underhanded Battle (キメるぜ! これが裏技バトル Kimeru ze! Kore ga Urawaza Batoru)
  6. Ep. 6: We Did It! The Roaring Digitank (やったね! 爆走デジタンク Yatta ne! Bakusō Dejitanku)
  7. Ep. 7: What's This? The Clingy, Bothersome Girl (ナンなの? おっかけ迷惑娘 Nan na no? Okkake Meiwaku Musume)
  8. Ep. 8: I Can't Lose! Turnabout Teamwork (負けるか! 逆転チームワーク Makeru ka! Gyakuten Chīmuwāku)
  9. Ep. 9: Exposed! The Demon-Filled CD (あばくぞ! 魔物がひそむCD Abaku zo! Mamono ga Hisomu Shī Dī)
  10. Ep. 10: Farewell! Sorrowful Android (さよなら! 哀しみのアンドロイド Sayonara! Kanashimi no Andoroido)
  11. Ep. 11: Look Out! The Lure of the Red Rose (あぶない! 赤いバラの誘惑 Abunai! Akai Bara no Yūwaku)
  12. Ep. 12: What a Pain! Our Lazybones Teacher (こまるぜ! 我らがぐうたら先生 Komaru ze! Warera ga Gūtara Sensei)
  13. Ep. 13: Heartthrob! Our Teacher Is Like the Wind (どきどき! 先生は風のように Doki doki! Sensei wa Kaze no You ni)
  14. Ep. 14: Surprise! The Neighbors are Neziregian (びっくり! おとなりはネジレジア Bikkuri! Otonari wa Nejirejia)
  15. Ep. 15: See Through It! The Mecha of Genius High (見やぶれ! 天才高校のカラクリ Mi Yabure! Tensai Kōkō no Karakuri)
  16. Ep. 16: Very Bad! Will We Die? (激ヤバ! オレたち死ぬのか? Gekiyaba! Ore-tachi Shinu no ka?)
  17. Ep. 17: Too Cool! The Awesome Super Miku (すごすぎ! いけてるスーパーみく Sugo sugi! Iketeru Sūpā Miku)
  18. Ep. 18: Protect it! The Mysterious Boy's Forest (守るぞ! 不思議な少年の森 Mamoru zo! Fushigi na Shōnen no Mori)
  19. Ep. 19: Drive It In! The Invincible Deadly Punch (打ちこめ! 不屈の必殺パンチ Uchikome! Fukutsu no Hissatsu Panchi)
  20. Ep. 20: Counting on You! The New Robo: Delta Mega (たのむぜ! 新ロボデルタメガ Tanomu ze! Shin Robo Deruta Mega)
  21. Ep. 21: Now's The Time! The Life-Threatening Super-Fusion (いまこそ! 命をかけた超合体 Ima Koso! Inochi o Kaketa Chō Gattai)
  22. Ep. 22: Escape! Labyrinth of Evil (ぬけ出せ! 悪魔のラビリンス Nukedese! Akuma no Rabirinsu)
  23. Ep. 23: Why! My Egg Is a Nezire Beast (なんでだ! オレのたまごはネジレ獣 Nande da! Ore no Tamago wa Nejirejū)
  24. Ep. 24: Running Solo! A Silvery New Face (独走! 銀色のニューフェイス Dokusō! Gin'iro no Nyū Feisu)
  25. Ep. 25: Just in Time! Time Limit: 2.5 Minutes (ギリギリ! タイムリミット2分半 Giri giri! Taimu Rimitto Nifunhan)
  26. Ep. 26: Really? The End of Nezirejia (ホントか? ネジレジアの最期 Honto ka? Nejirejia no Saigo)
  27. Ep. 27: Kick Them About! The Demonic Coral of Death (けちらせ! 死を呼ぶ魔のサンゴ Kechirase! Shi o Yobu Ma no Sango)
  28. Ep. 28: Give Up! The Explosive Granny Whirlwind (おてあげ! 爆裂おばあちゃん旋風 Oteage! Bakuretsu Obaa-chan Senpū)
  29. Ep. 29: I Want to Lose Weight! Miku's Dubious Diet (やせたい! みくの怪しいダイエット Yasetai! Miku no Ayashii Daietto)
  30. Ep. 30: Full Throttle! The Friendship Combination (サク烈! 友情のコンビネーション Sakuretsu! Yūjō no Konbinēshon)
  31. Ep. 31: Stop It! Out of Control Guirail (止めるぜ! ギレールの暴走 Yameru ze! Girēru no Bōsō)
  32. Ep. 32: Is It the End!? Desperate Situation, Galaxy Mega (終わりか!? 絶体絶命ギャラクシーメガ Owari ka!? Zettai Zetsumei Gyarakushī Mega)
  33. Ep. 33: Giddy! The Girlfriend from the Moon (ウキウキ! 月から来た恋人 Ukiuki! Tsuki Kara Kita Koibito)
  34. Ep. 34: I'll Show You! Big Bro's Miracle Shoot (見せるぜ! 兄貴のミラクルシュート Miseru ze! Aniki no Mirakuru Shūto)
  35. Ep. 35: Overcome! Mega Silver's Greatest Crisis (のりきれ! メガシルバー最大の危機 Norikire! Mega Shirubā Saidai no Kiki)
  36. Ep. 36: Fly! The Universe's Dancing Wings of Hope (はばたけ! 宇宙(そら)に舞う希望の翼 Habatake! Sora ni Mau Kibō no Tsubasa)
  37. Ep. 37: Why? Chisato's Old Man's Voice (どうして? 千里がオヤジ声 Dōshite? Chisato ga Oyaji Koe)
  38. Ep. 38: Scary! Neziregia's Fiendish Squadron (戦慄! ネジレジアの凶悪戦隊 Senritsu! Nejirejia no Kyōaku Sentai)
  39. Ep. 39: Exposed! Mega Red's True Identity (バレたぜ! メガレッドの正体 Bareta ze! Mega Reddo no Shōtai)
  40. Ep. 40: Scary! Bad Women (コワいぜ! バッドな女たち Kowai ze! Baddo na Onnatachi)
  41. Ep. 41: Snapped! The Blue Terror, Nezi Blue (キレてる! 青の恐怖ネジブルー Kirete 'ru! Ao no Kyōfu Neji Burū)
  42. Ep. 42: Lose Them! The Evil Pursuers (ふりきれ! 邪悪な追跡者 Furikire! Ja'aku na Tsuisekisha)
  43. Ep. 43: We Won't Be Defeated! Decisive Christmas Eve Clash (負けない! 決戦はクリスマスイブ Makenai! Kessen wa Kurisumasu Ibu)
  44. Ep. 44: Carefree! Kenta's New Year's Eve Crisis (お気楽! 健太の年越し騒動 O'kiraku! Kenta no Toshikoshi Sōdō)
  45. Ep. 45: Tenacious! Hinelar's Counterattack (しぶとい! ヒネラーの大逆襲 Shibutoi! Hinerā no Dai Gyakushū)
  46. Ep. 46: Prevent It! Setting Sail to Hell (阻むぞ! 地獄への船出 Habamu zo! Jigoku e no Funade)
  47. Ep. 47: Jump In! Terrifying Hinelar City (とびこめ! 恐怖のヒネラーシティ Tobikome! Kyōfu no Hinerā Shiti)
  48. Ep. 48: Crush It! Hinelar's Dark Ambition (つぶすぜ! ヒネラーの黒い野望 Tsubusu ze! Hinerā no Kuroi Yabō)
  49. Ep. 49: Utter Despair! We Are Outcasts!? (絶望! 俺たちは嫌われ者!? Zetsubō! Ore-tachi wa Kiraware Mono!?)
  50. Ep. 50: Sublime! The Red-Hot Super Soldier Yugande (壮絶! 灼熱の超戦士ユガンデ Sōzetsu! Shakunetsu no Chō Senshi Yugande)
  51. Final Ep.: Seize It! Our Diplomas (つかむぜ! 俺たちの卒業証書 Tsukamu ze! Ore-tachi no Sotsugyōshōsho)


  1. Denji Sentai Megaranger vs. Carranger (電磁戦隊メガレンジャーVSカーレンジャー Denji Sentai Megarenjā tai Kārenjā)
  2. Seijuu Sentai Gingaman vs. Megaranger (星獣戦隊ギンガマンVSメガレンジャー Seijū Sentai Gingaman tai Megarenjā)


Main article: Denji Sentai Megaranger Soundtracks
Opening theme
Ending theme
Mecha themes
  • "Saikyou! Super Galaxy Mega" (最強!スーパーギャラクシーメガ!! Saikyō! Sūpā Gyarakushī Mega!!, "The Strongest! Super Galaxy Mega)
Insert themes
  • "Cyber Slider TMY" (サイバースライダーTMY Saibā Suraidā Cho Mega Yoroshiku)
  • "Gonin De Megaranger" (5人でメガレンジャー Gonin de Megarenjā, "The Five Megarangers")
    • Artist: Digilab Five (デジケン・ファイブ Dejiken Faibu)
Character themes


Suit Actors

Stage Shows


  • Coincidentally, this is the only Super Sentai series that shares a similarity with its Power Rangers season (In Space), where the leads are all teens attending high school. The first high school-based sentai, Kousoku Sentai Turboranger, was made several years before the first season of MMPR; the five previous Power Ranger seasons did not have a high-school base in the original Sentai, nor does Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger, Tensou Sentai Goseiger, or all of the Ninningers which were the basis for the PR high-school series, Dino Thunder and Megaforce respectively.
  • This is the first Sentai Series to feature a Silver Ranger.
    • This is also the first season to introduce a new, heroic Ranger color since Battle Fever J.
  • This is the final Sentai to have two females on the team until Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger.
  • This is the final Sentai where the main mech does not have individualized pieces for each member.
    • Further, due to the unique set-up of Galaxy Mega, this is the only main mech other than Battle Fever Robo and DaiDenzin where all members share the cockpit in all forms.
  • The sound that is played when the Death Neziros appears on screen is the TARDIS sound from Doctor Who. This is due to the BBC giving sound clips to Toei.
  • The Red/Black/Blue/Yellow/Pink/Silver color scheme for the rangers would not be used again until GoGo Sentai Boukenger and Tensou Sentai Goseiger.
  • The original concept of the season was Gigaranger; it was to involve Ranger heroes in space with mecha based on five space vehicle and a transforming colony.[1] Ironically, the space-theme would be used in Power Rangers in Space, due to the producers thinking Megaranger was space-themed based from their arsenal and mechs. The colony idea, while not transforming, was used in Power Rangers Lost Galaxy as Terra Venture, although it is unknown if this was based on Gigaranger.
  • Other concept for the series was that the mecha was formed by the Ranger individual symbols (Personal Computer, Satellite, Television, Digital Camera and Cellphone).
  • During the transformation sequence, several lines of text appear in the background. The first one, Tighten Up Reality Gangster, sounds like bad English, but is in fact a combination of three song titles from an album called Electronic, by a band with the same name. It is tracks 3, 2 and 6 in that order.
Denji Sentai Megaranger DVD

Megaranger DVD box set

External links


GorengerJ.A.K.Q.Battle Fever JDenzimanSun VulcanGoggle VDynamanBiomanChangemanFlashmanMaskmanLivemanTurborangerFivemanJetmanZyurangerDairangerKakurangerOhrangerCarrangerMegarangerGingamanGoGo-VTimerangerGaorangerHurricanegerAbarangerDekarangerMagirangerBoukengerGekirangerGo-OngerShinkengerGoseigerGokaigerGo-BustersKyoryugerToQgerNinningerZyuohgerKyurangerLupinranger VS PatrangerRyusoulger

Akibaranger (EX)Akibaranger S2 (EX)

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.