|This article is about a/an Nighlok monster in Power Rangers Super Samurai.|
- "Do you have to work hard at being this dense, or does it come just naturally?"
- ―Epoxar taunting the Rangers for falling into his trap.[src]
- "No more fooling around! If I can't stick you together, I'll tear you apart!"
- ―Epoxar when turning into a Mega-Monster.[src]
Epoxar is a Nighlok who is able to shoot a special glue, from his shoulder, which remains sticky, for as long as he exists. He can also shoot beams from his eyes and wields a fork-like weapon. He first appears to attack the city, where he ends up attacking the Rangers. Mike and Kevin try to double-team him only for Epoxar to glue their hands together. Antonio arrives and attacks Epoxar, until the Nighlok retreats. Epoxar is scolded by Master Xandred for retreating, only for Serrator to intervene telling Xandred that two of the Rangers are in a "sticky situation." Octoroo then tells Epoxar to stick some humans together, in order to draw the other Rangers to him. He starts by using his glue on Bulk and Spike, while continuing his attack on the city. Epoxar completes his Ranger Trap, as the other Rangers head to Epoxar's location. The Rangers end up chasing Epoxar into his Ranger trap, where the paste then quickens, so that they won't be able to stop him from destroying the city. Mike and Kevin synchronize, in order to fight Epoxar, starting with them throwing a shopping cart to protect some people from the glue attack. Mike and Kevin use their attacks in double mode, until they use the Forest Spear and Hydro Bow to take down Epoxar, which undoes the glue he stuck on everyone. Epoxar then grows, as the Rangers arrive with the Bull Megazord, the Claw Battlezord North, and the LightZord. The Bull Megazord counters Epoxor's glue attack with it shoulder blasters. as the Claw Battlezord North uses its Octospear. The Bull Megazord uses the Revolving Laser Blaster to destroy Epoxar.
- While the official Facebook page's posts refer to him as "Epoxor", the credits spell his name "Epoxar".