|This article is about a/an tradition in the Super Sentai series.|
The Super Sentai Hand-Off (スーパー
- 1 List of Hand-Offs
- 1.1 Dekaranger - Magiranger (Episode. 50: Forever Dekaranger)
- 1.2 Magiranger - Boukenger (Final Stage: Return to Legends)
- 1.3 Boukenger - Gekiranger (Last Task: The Endless Adventure Spirits)
- 1.4 GekiRanger - Go-Onger (Lesson 49: Zun-Zun! The Beast-Fist, for All Time...)
- 1.5 Go-Onger - Shinkenger (GP Final: Road of Justice)
- 1.6 Shinkenger - Goseiger (Closing Act: The Samurai Squadron is Eternal)
- 1.7 Goseiger - Gokaiger (Epic 50: Protecting the Planet is an Angel's Duty)
- 1.8 Gokaiger - Go-Busters (Final Ep.: Farewell Space Pirates)
- 1.9 Go-Busters - Kyoryuger (Final Mission: Eternal Bonds)
- 1.10 Kyoryuger - ToQger (Brave Final: Great Explosion! Goodbye, Kyoryuger)
- 1.11 ToQger - Ninninger (Terminal Station: The Shining Ones)
- 1.12 Ninninger - Zyuohger (Shinobi Final Chapter: To a Future Without Hiding, Wasshoi!)
- 1.13 Kyoryuger Brave - Zyuohger (King 12: Eternal! Power Rangers Dino Force Brave)
- 1.14 Zyuohger - Kyuranger (Final Ep.: Earth is Our Home )
- 1.15 Kyuranger - Lupinranger VS Patranger (Space.Final: Echo in the Universe! Alright, Lucky)
- 1.16 Lupinranger VS Patranger - Ryusoulger (Number 51: I'm Sure I'll See You Again)
- 1.17 Ryusoulger - Kiramager (Final Ep.: The Will of the Earth)
- 1.18 Kiramager - Zenkaiger (Episode FINAL: You Guys Shined)
- 2 Super Sentai Legend Wars
- 3 Notes
- 4 References
- 5 External links
List of Hand-Offs
Dekaranger - Magiranger (Episode. 50: Forever Dekaranger)
Magiranger - Boukenger (Final Stage: Return to Legends)
MagiRed (outside) calls Bouken Red (black background) through his MagiPhone. Through a split-screen effect, Bouken Red turns his attention toward the viewers, posing. This is, so far, the only Hand-Off where the two Reds do not physically meet one another, with MagiRed instead making phone contact with Bouken Red (Satoru Akashi) from a different location. This is also the only Hand-Off between two Reds who did not meet up in a subsequent team-up focused exclusively on their teams' meeting (ie. not counting the Legend War, where they did not interact with each other anyway).
Boukenger - Gekiranger (Last Task: The Endless Adventure Spirits)
GekiRanger - Go-Onger (Lesson 49: Zun-Zun! The Beast-Fist, for All Time...)
Go-Onger - Shinkenger (GP Final: Road of Justice)
Go-On Red and Shinken Red draw their swords (Road Saber and Rekka Daizantou) and their swords clash, producing a cloud of red smoke. Go-On Red wishes Shinken Red luck, and both Rangers turn their attention toward the viewers. This is the first hand-off thus far where both Reds are not in the "black room" and are interacting in the real world until Lupinranger VS Patranger - Ryusoulger Hand-Off. (In the Magiranger/Boukenger hand-off, only MagiRed was in the real world)
Shinkenger - Goseiger (Closing Act: The Samurai Squadron is Eternal)
Goseiger - Gokaiger (Epic 50: Protecting the Planet is an Angel's Duty)
Gosei Red walks to Gokai Red, who slowly lands using a swinging rope, and nods that he makes a good landing. Before walking off, Gosei Red gives Gokai Red a high five, and the attention of the viewers are turned to Gokai Red while Gosei Red waves from behind.
Gokaiger - Go-Busters (Final Ep.: Farewell Space Pirates)
Red Buster rides up to Gokai Red on his motorcycle. After getting off, Gokai Red throws a punch which Red Buster stops, (The punch being the continuing responsibility). Gokai Red leaves shortly after. Red Buster quickly turns in the direction Gokai Red is headed towards and bows out of respect before reboarding his motorcycle and giving a "thumbs up" for the start of a mission. This is the first Hand-Off to involve another character, as Red Buster's motorcycle is Cheeda Nick. However, this is minor, as Nick does nothing more than be a normal motorcycle.
Go-Busters - Kyoryuger (Final Mission: Eternal Bonds)
Red Buster appears to walk towards the camera until suddenly Kyoryu Red attacks him from behind. They get into a short scuffle until Red Buster catches a punch (similar to his interaction to Gokai Red) stopping the fight. Kyoryu Red faces the camera and punches towards it while Red Buster leans on top of his shoulder.
Kyoryuger - ToQger (Brave Final: Great Explosion! Goodbye, Kyoryuger)
ToQ 1gou appears in front of Kyoryu Red wearing a pink costume, causing confusion until ToQ 1gou Transfer Changes into his normal red costume. The two then do a high-five before ToQ 1gou runs towards the camera as Kyoryu Red waves goodbye (to ToQ 1gou and, by extension, the viewers). First one to advertise McDonald's and the first one where the announcer is a man.
ToQger - Ninninger (Terminal Station: The Shining Ones)
ToQ 1gou stretches as if he's tired when a puff of smoke appears and AkaNinger appears. He tries to attack, but ToQ 1gou sees it and slaps his fist gently while walking off. AkaNinger can be seen bowing as ToQ 1gou leaves
- This marks the 10th anniversary of the Hand-Off tradition since its start in 2005.
Ninninger - Zyuohger (Shinobi Final Chapter: To a Future Without Hiding, Wasshoi!)
AkaNinger holds his Ninja Ichibantou, and then, he turns around and see Zyuoh Eagle (in his Instinct Awakened form) landing in front of him. AkaNinger gives Zyuoh Eagle a high five. AkaNinger is seen behind holding his Ninja Ichibantou on his shoulders while Zyuoh Eagle slides his head.
- There is a Twitter video clip where Takaharu Igasaki tells Yamato Kazakiri in their non-transformed state He’ll leave Super Sentai to him. 
Kyoryuger Brave - Zyuohger (King 12: Eternal! Power Rangers Dino Force Brave)
Juyong Kwon and Juhyeok Kwon use the Animal Force Dinocell, which summons the Animal Force Power Rangers (the Zyuohgers). Yamato Kazakiri de-morphs and then shakes Juyong's hand. This marks the first Hand-Off to feature the actual actors on screen as well as other Rangers aside from the main Red Rangers taking part. It is also the first Hand-Off from a sequel and non-Japanese Sentai show.
Zyuohger - Kyuranger (Final Ep.: Earth is Our Home )
Shishi Red sneaks up behind Zyuoh Eagle and mischievously taps him on the shoulder, startling his predecessor. Shishi Red then does a special handshake with Zyuoh Eagle and then pats him on the shoulder. Zyuoh Eagle tries to fly off but then Shishi Red grabs him and weighs him down and gives the audience a thumbs up while Zyuoh Eagle struggles in midair to fly away, showing the new Red to be a bit of a prankster. This is the last Hand-Off with two Reds until Ryusoulger - Kiramager Hand-Off.
Kyuranger - Lupinranger VS Patranger (Space.Final: Echo in the Universe! Alright, Lucky)
Shishi Red celebrating is interrupted by Lupin Red running in front of him; and then hiding from behind. Patren 1gou has his VS Changer ready to shoot Lupin Red, but Lupin Red is using Shishi Red as a shield. Shishi Red is knocked out of the way as the thief and cop Reds face off with each other and run off, leaving Shishi Red confused. This is the first hand-off to have more than two Reds.
Lupinranger VS Patranger - Ryusoulger (Number 51: I'm Sure I'll See You Again)
Continuing their feud during both teams' encounter with Kazemi, Lupin Red and Patren 1gou shoot at each other when Ryusoul Red runs in the middle and deflects all their shots with his Ryusoul Ken. He then pulls both together in the middle of the room and forces them to make up. This is the first hand-off since Go-Onger-Shinkenger hand-off to take place outside of the "black room" and also the first hand-off to take place indoors in the real world. It is also the first hand-off to take place during the episode.
Ryusoulger - Kiramager (Final Ep.: The Will of the Earth)
Ryusoul Red approaches Kiramai Red and waves at him while he poses in a shining version of the black room. Both Rangers give each other a high five, then Kiramai Red does another pose while facing the viewers. This is the first Hand-Off with two Reds since the Zyuohger - Kyuranger Hand-Off.
- This marks the 15th anniversary of the Hand-Off tradition since its start in 2005.
Kiramager - Zenkaiger (Episode FINAL: You Guys Shined)
Kiramai Red and Zenkaizer walk toward each other and tried to punch each other, but Kiramai Red grabs Zenkaiser's fist, wishes him luck, skips away and says goodbye to Zenkaizer while Zenkaizer waves goodbye to him back. This is the second hand-off that takes place outside, and the third one overall that takes place in the real world. It is also the first in which one of the main participants is not a Red Ranger.
Super Sentai Legend Wars
The Hand-Offs are recreated in the Super Skill sequences of Super Sentai Legend Wars.
- Most Hand-Offs tends to include something that ends up personifying the next team within it.
- Magiranger: The team using magic as their power source.
- Boukenger: The team using their cell phone-like transformation devices.
- Go-Onger: The team being Racing Car-themed.
- Shinkenger: The swordsmanship of the team being samurai.
- Goseiger: The team being angels.
- Gokaiger: The team being space pirates.
- Go-Busters: The team utilizing their animal-like robotic partners.
- Kyoryuger: The team being wild brave dinosaurs.
- ToQger: The team being imagination trains having color-changing Transfer Changes.
- Ninninger: The team being ninjas.
- Zyuohger: The team being king animals.
- Kyuranger: The team being space-themed.
- Lupinranger VS Patranger: There being two rival teams, thus marking the first Hand-Off with more than two Reds.
- Ryusoulger: The team being dinosaur-themed knights.
- Kiramager: The team being jewel-themed.
- While Sentai is the first to have an "on-air" handoff, a similar idea occurred prior to the start of Kamen Rider Blade when there was an unofficial "hand-off" between Takumi Inui and Kazuma Kenzaki.
- Pretty Cure, the shōjo magical girl anime that runs alongside Super Sentai and Kamen Rider on the Sunday kids block, now also does a similar yearly hand-off between the Pink Cures of the concluding season and the new season as of the end of Happiness Charge Pretty Cure! and the beginning of Go! Princess Pretty Cure.
- This has furthered since Maho Tsukai Pretty Cure with the Pink Cure not just appearing for the hand-off but in scenes in the final episode of the season that is ending.
- Prior to the tradition starting, Mirai Sentai Timeranger had a similar instance of a hand-off in its final episode, where the Timerangers tell the Gaoranger that they’ll leave the Earth to them.
- This tradition has yet to be done in Power Rangers officially, but actors Yoshi Sudarso and Peter Sudarso did their own version of one on the internet. 
- Comic artist Jordan Gibson did his own version of the Hand-Off with Jason Lee Scott and Devon Daniels on the retro variant covers of Issues 38 and 39 of the Boom! Studios Power Rangers comic as a farewell gift to fans before moving on to other comic projects.
- With his taking part in Dino Force Brave's hand-off, Yamato Kazakiri is the only Red to take part in three hand-offs, twice as the incoming Red.