|This article is about a/an supporting character in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Power Rangers Zeo, Turbo, In Space, Lost Galaxy, Samurai, and Super Samurai.|
|"It’s Morphin Time! Burgersaurus!"|
|―Bulk’s morph call in his nightmare.[src]|
|"I am the Blue Ranger!"|
|―Bulk standing up to Astronema.[src]|
Farkas "Bulk" Bulkmeier, also known as "Bulky", by Skull, Spike, and Carlos is a fictional character in the Power Rangers universe. He appeared as a permanent cast member from the original series of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers until Power Rangers In Space, and has also appeared several times after this. This makes him the longest-serving permanent character in Power Rangers.
Bulk and Skull, from the very beginning, provided much of the comic relief in the series, usually through over-the-top slapstick. This was no doubt highlighted by their physical appearances: Bulk was obese and Skull lean.
Bulk served as the main antagonist of the episode "Attack of the 60' Bulk" when he's turned into the monster Bratboy by Lord Zedd and Rita Repulsa.
- 1 Character History
- 1.1 Early Life
- 1.2 Pre-Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
- 1.3 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
- 1.4 Unlikely Heroes
- 1.5 Ranger fans
- 1.6 Power Rangers Zeo
- 1.7 Power Rangers Turbo
- 1.8 Power Rangers In Space
- 1.9 Power Rangers Lost Galaxy
- 1.10 Power Rangers Wild Force
- 1.11 With Spike
- 2 Personality
- 3 Forms
- 4 Behind the Scenes
- 5 Notes
- 6 Appearances
- 7 See Also
- 8 References
- In the colonial Angel Grove of the late 18th century, the Power Rangers observed Uncle Ben and the town regiment's commander to be identical to Bulk and Skull. The two would become friends after the Power Rangers saved the town from the Wizard of Deception and his Rat Monsters.
- A One-Eyed Bulk and Doc Skullovitch lived in the Wild West Angel Grove of the year 1880.
Pre-Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Bulk and Skull first met in the maternity ward at the hospital where they were born. Every time Bulk cried, Skull cried too - and because of the noise they were isolated for all the other babies. The two have been constant companions ever since.
Bulk and Skull probably attended the same elementary school as the kids who would later become Power Rangers. Before the events that happened in the first season, it was revealed that they became best friends after the incident where Bulk decided to not beat up Skull for shoving a popsicle down his shirt.
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Bulk and Skull started out as bullies at Angel Grove High School and often hung out at the Youth Center and Juice Bar. Their actions are motivated by greed and ego in the first seasons. Wacky schemes abound, and occasionally flirting with Trini and Kimberly, always ending with their failure and humiliation. Mr. Caplan also frequently express dislike of them, putting them in detention for even the slightest of irritations to him, such as failing a test or even pranking him. As a result, like with Stone later on the two are in great fear of the man until his last appearance in Turbo, Carlos and the Count.
In the episode Green With Evil Part IV, Bulk and Skull are trying to escape in an abandoned bus when they are captured by a giant-sized Goldar. However, just as the Putty Patrollers are about to push the bus with Bulk and Skull in it off a cliff, the Power Rangers form the originalMegazord and help Bulk and Skull to safety before engaging in a fierce battle against Goldar, Scorpina, and a giant-sized Green Ranger.
When Rita Repulsa successfully has her monster trap the Power Rangers into its body, Zordon temporarily recruited Bulk and Skull to be Power Rangers using 'extremely rare' Power Coins. After they successfully defeat the monster, Alpha 5 removes their memories as no one must ever know they were ever Power Rangers.
Bulk and Skull soon attempted to discover the secret identities of the Power Rangers and repeatedly failed. Ironically enough, they did certainly discover the Rangers' identities once: they witnessed the Rangers teleporting down in front of them and when their memories were erased by Scatterbrain; Bulk and Skull tricked Scatterbrain into firing his amnesia beam through two prisms, distorting the beam and restoring the Rangers' memories. Unfortunately, Bulk and Skull lost their short-term memories in the process due to being flung back by the amnesia beam and landing on their heads.
While Bulk is known for being a bit of a bully, his being a Ranger fanatic leads him to host the web series: Ranger Station, where he interviews classmates about the Power Ranger battles they witness.
Eventually, Bulk and Skull joined the Angel Grove Junior Police Force and first met Lieutenant Stone. Lt. Stone became a permanent character himself, frequently giving Bulk and Skull orders that they failed to perform, leading eventually to his anger. Despite this, Bulk and Skull took their new job seriously and were close to Lt. Stone.
Power Rangers Zeo
During Power Rangers: Zeo, Bulk and Skull remained members of the Junior Police Force. Also, Bulk learned Skull's deepest secret during the school's music recital - Skull was a skilled pianist. Rather than make fun of his friend, Bulk admitted he was moved by the music and congratulated Skull. At one point, Bulk fell for the police chief's daughter, and sought Tanya's advice on romance since he had no experience himself. Bulk's attempts aggravated the chief to the point of getting Lt Stone fired from the force. Bulk and Skull quit the Police Department as a show of loyalty to Stone. Now working as private detectives, Bulk and Skull did what they could to assist Stone in solving cases, no matter how small. When it came to passing their detective test, both failed miserably, but were given passing grades for "braving a monster attack" to continue the test. They eventually walked out on the agency to take an undercover mission in Paris, the details of which have never been disclosed.
During this time, Bulk and Skull secretly hosted Rito and Goldar, characters who lost their memories after the attack at the end of Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers. This came to an end when the duo regained their memories and left, stealing Bulk and Skull's motorcycle in the process.
Power Rangers Turbo
At the start of Power Rangers: Turbo, the gap between Good as Gold and Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie revealed that Bulk and Skull had returned from France and reconciled with Stone. All three eventually got a chance to rejoin the Police Force before Lt. Stone went to replace Ernie as owner of the Gym and Juice Bar. Unfortunately before they could get back to work, they were transformed into chimpanzees by Elgar. This marked a permanent end to Bulk and Skull's career in the police.
Bulk and Skull remain chimpanzees for several episodes. They are voiced by the actors who play Bulk and Skull; however, only the audience can understand them. Jerome Stone takes the chimpanzees into his care, and they make several attempts to inform him of their true identities.
They are eventually transformed back into humans, but a temporary side-affect renders them invisible. This state only lasted for a few episodes before they finally returned to normal and attempted to take on proper jobs.
Power Rangers In Space
During Power Rangers: In Space, Jerome Stone also left the series without explanation and Bulk and Skull finally found permanent jobs helping the rather loony Professor Phenomenus locate and capture extraterrestrial life. During this, the three were captured by Astronema's Datascammer monster and later transformed into data cards but were soon restored to normal and returned to Earth.
The best transformation and growth of Bulk and Skull's characters is shown in the climax finale, Countdown to Destruction. Towards the end of that episode, Astronema's forces have conquered Earth. Later that night, when the citizens were doubting the Power Rangers showing up, thinking they abandoned them, Bulk reassured them that the Rangers have never let them down and they have to have faith in them.
The following morning, Astronema returns and asks rounded-up citizens of Angel Grove where the Rangers are - getting no response, she prepares to destroy Earth. Before she is able to do so, Bulk, Skull and Professor Phenomenus, Adelle Ferguson and eventually all of the citizens pretend to be Rangers to buy the real team some time. A minute or so later, when Astronema does not buy the ruse, the real Rangers teens show up, and breaking with tradition, morph in front of everyone, showing their identities to the world. They begin to fight the hundreds of Quantrons and Piranhatrons in the area.
At this point, Bulk cannot stand to see the Rangers he adores against these odds, so leads the citizens of Angel Grove in a fight for their city, and everyone joins in fighting the monsters alongside the Rangers. The cry for everyone to "get in there" to fight alongside the Rangers is widely seen as the finest hour for Bulk and Skull's characters.
Power Rangers Lost Galaxy
A year later, Bulk and Professor Phenomenus board the space station bio-dome Terra Venture for its interstellar journey to a new world, in order to finally get away from all of the monster and alien attacks in Angel Grove. Skull, however, did not wake up in time and was left behind. They got jobs in the science division, not as prominent as they were in the previous seasons, Bulk and Professor Phenomenus ran the Comet Café on Terra Venture after being canned from the science division. At the end of the series, Terra Venture arrived on Mirinoi along with Bulk and Phenomenus.
Power Rangers Wild Force
Bulk and Skull were shown as servers and managers of a tropical-themed bar called "Bulkmeier's". Tommy Oliver, the former Power Ranger, is also present. In this episode, Bulk and Skull were shown playing Psycho Ranger chess while having a conversation about the early days of Power Rangers - in particular, Bulk is bragging to Skull about how he once saw Lord Zedd and Rita Repulsa despite the fact that Skull saw them also. This seems to contradict the fact that the Earth's rotation was apparently reversed in two separate instances, turning them into kids and making them lose their memories of those villains, with no explanation as to how they regained their memories.
Many years after Wild Force, Bulk returned, with his nephew, Spike, in order to teach him the way of the Samurai. It is still not explained how or when Bulk returned from Mirinoi.
During the episode Origins, Bulk watched as his nephew Spike arrived from the bus. After that both of them moved to a house. Bulk stated that he will teach him the way of the samurai. Both of them went to many adventures such as watching the Power Rangers do their job to save the world as well as trying to copy their moves. In some occasions they helped the Rangers.
Following Spike's arrival, Bulk introduced him to his new clubhouse which he had just finished fixing up. He announced to his nephew, who vainly attempted to alert his new "Sensei" from falling into one of his comical mishaps, that it would here where he would train under him as a samurai.
At one time, Bulk and Spike went to a carnival to have fun and won a panda.
Discussing whether samurai wore boxers or briefs, Bulk and Skull were confronted by the spiteful Nighlok Negatron, who sent them blasted away by branding them "samurai wannabes". Returning home defeated, Bulk put their makeshift weapons on the "Spoils of War" shelf, serving as a reminder of how nasty these monsters were. Spike was disillusioned by this intimidating encounter, doubting himself as a samurai. Bulk reassured his enthusiasm, however, telling Spike that a samurai should not doubt and that they only needed to train harder. Setting out for a rematch with the monster, the pair arrived too late as the now giant monster was being engaged by the Samurai Megazord, cheering on the Rangers as they destroyed him.
Facing their fears, Bulk and Spike embarked on a hike with mosquito repellent and bear spray respectively. Finding the other hikers fleeing in panic, the pair encountered the Nighlok Madimot. Their attempt to play possum did not fool the Nighlok, but he had to attend to the Samurai Rangers and so took his leave. Having survived their first "battle", Bulk announced to Spike that they were now officially samurai warriors. Later on, the pair heard the intimidating call of the TigerZord, which Bulk believed was a mountain lion.
During Test of the Leader, Bulk and Spike got into a battle between the Nighloks and Power Rangers. When Spike saw the Pink Ranger, he immediately started to have a crush on her similar to his father's crush on Kimberly. After that, they left the battlefield.
Bulk and Spike were among the victims of the Nighlok thief Antberry, who stole Sam the panda from them in the night while leaving his trademark slime behind. After the Samurai Rangers defeated Antberry, they anonymously returned Sam among all the stolen toys to their rightful owners.
At Christmas, Bulk and Spike's eyes were caught by a bike only to be dismayed that they could not afford it. Returning home, Bulk tried to repair his old bike for Spike. When that ended in vain, the pair cheered themselves up by fondly reminiscing over the escapades that they had shared since meeting to train as a samurai. Miraculously, Bulk and Spike received a new motorcycle from Mike, who saw that they needed the Christmas gift more than he did.
During the Switchbeast incident, Bulk's spirit was swapped with an abandoned soda can, suffering being kicked around by three kids. Eventually recovered by a trashman, the can Bulk was saved just short of being flattened by his boot as the Samurai Rangers returned everyone to their bodies.
Seeking a heroic act to perform as per the samurai way, Bulk and Spike attempted to rescue a stray cat which was seemingly stuck on a tree, only to end up stuck themselves while the cat promptly climbed down.
Conceptualizing each other's samurai symbols, Bulk drew a twig representing Spike's versatility. He was dismayed to find that Spike depicted him by sketching a hamburger.
In He Ain't Heavy Metal, He's My Brother, both Bulk and Spike passed by a concert poster and gets the idea to make their own band. They even rehearsed and made attempts to hire people. At the end of the episode, both of them went to the concert alone to perform their rap.
In Runaway Spike, both Spike and Bulk had to pay the money they owe for their house, making Spike apply for many jobs, only to get fired from them. During the end of that episode, they helped Antonio just so they can make enough money to pay their debts.
In The Strange Case of the Munchies, Bulk and Spike went to the Shiba House to return Mia's wallet. Instead, both of them trained as samurai until the end of the episode, when they returned the wallet.
Later in Samurai Forever, Skull arrived to pick up his son Spike. Before that, they talked about how the Power Rangers saved the world from the Nighloks.
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- Mr. Bulkmeier - Father
- Mrs. Bulkmeier - Mother
- Eugene Skullovitch - Honorary brother
- Spike Skullovitch - Honorary nephew
- Lizette - Grandmother (mentioned)
- Aunt (mentioned)
- Uncle (mentioned)
- Waldo - Cousin (mentioned)
- Ben - Ancestor in 1790
- One-Eyed Bulk - Ancestor in 1880
Bratboy is a child monster.
Rita Repulsa and Lord Zedd turned young Bulk into this monster. He poured polluted water onto the Alien Rangers when he was big. Bratboy returned back to normal at the young Power Ranger's urging and was turned back to the monster by Rita and Zedd. He told them he wouldn't do what they wanted so they turned him back to young Bulk.
Bratboy was in the audience at Prince Gasket's Machine Arena when the Gold Ranger was forced to fight in the games there. As Bulk was on Earth, and later in the dimension at the time, this must be a recreation of Bratboy.
Powers and Abilities
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Behind the Scenes
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- During the filming of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie, Bulk's and Skull's actors felt underused. To make up for this, they were given the position of assistant director for the Power Rangers TV episodes that were being filmed at the time.
- Bulk is the longest-running character, spanning for 7 consecutive seasons: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Power Rangers: Zeo, Power Rangers: Turbo, Power Rangers: in Space, and Power Rangers: Lost Galaxy. Including Wild Force, Samurai, and Super Samurai, he has been in ten seasons.
- Bulk is the only one of seven guest characters in Forever Red, the others being Jason, Tommy, T.J, Leo, Wes and Skull, to reappear after Forever Red, with himself reappearing in Samurai, while Tommy came out of retirement in Dino Thunder, plus a morphed-only appearance in the SPD episode Wormhole and another appearance in the Super Ninja Steel episode Dimensions in Danger. Skull makes a cameo appearance in the Super Samurai finale. Leo helped to rescue trapped civilians in Legendary Battle, T.J returned for the 25th anniversary special Dimensions in Danger and Wes also made a brief appearance during the Super Ninja Steel finale.
- Bulk is the only non-Ranger character that has appeared in 286 episodes, more than any character in the show's history. This is only rivaled by Alpha 5, a character that Bulk occasionally bullied, who has 209 episodic appearances, Skull with 253, and Ernie, who has 102.
- In Power Rangers: Samurai, Bulk considers himself a true Samurai warrior.
- The only episodes Bulk appeared without Skull are: Stolen Beauty, Journey's End, and every episode of Samurai and Super Samurai until Samurai Forever.
- Bulk, along with Skull, is the only character to appear both in Zordon Era and Super Samurai.
- Around the time of Zeo, Saban planned to make a Bulk and Skull comedy spinoff show, where they would run a hotel. A Mexican Elvis impersonator was going to be a supporting character. Narvy claims that the video release The Good, the Bad, and the Stupid was put out as a "test market" and when "no one out there bought it", Saban cancelled the plans.
- In Hungarian, Farkas means "wolf".
- Bulk, in Season 1 seems to be able to lift up or hold Skull and Billy with ease as shown in Happy Birthday, Zack and Doomsday and Fowl Play.
- In Season 1, Bulk wore shirts with ring designs.
- In the season 1 episode A Pressing Engagement Bulk somehow had set the Angel Grove Youth Center's bench press record of 1,010 reps. Jason broke this record by the end of the episode with Bulk swearing that he would get the record back.
- Bulk is the only person on the Terra Venture to apparently not stay on Mirinoi.
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- Skull (Bulk's best friend, whom he had spent much time)
- Zashiki-warashi (Kakuranger) - Super Sentai counterpart in Kakuranger. See comparison page. (Bratboy)
- Shintarou Wada - Super Sentai counterpart in Megaranger. See comparison page. (similar role)
- Richard Brown - Super Sentai counterpart in Shinkenger. See comparison page. (similar role)
- Amanda Clarke (female equivalent of Bulk in the 2017's movie)
- Power Morphicon 2010 (Part 3) : Dark Side of the Power Coin : Black Nerd (1.17 to 1.31 and 2.41 to 3.00)
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