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This article is about a/an ally in Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger.


Jim Carter (ジム・カーター Jimu Kātā) is the robotic assistant of Commander Hilltop and accountant of the Global Special Police Organization Japan Branch.

Character History

Jim Carter informed the Tactical Unit trio of the Lupinrangers' objective to acquire the Lupin Collection. He alerted them to a Gangler incursion at the Kurehama Pier, at which point Commander Hilltop gave the officers their VS Changers to transform into Patrangers. Number 1: The Trouble Making Phantom Thief

When Garatt Nargo returned, Jim alerted the Patrangers, who promptly rushed to intercept him. Number 2: International Police, Chase After Them

Jim received an eyewitness report from a 70 year old male who alerted the police to a monster appearing at the Studio Bacho in Komin. Number 3: Take Them Back No Matter What

Jim participated in analysis of the Shark Planet plushies, which were connected to the locked rook kidnappings of 15 civilians, by Rabroom Jaws. As Jim grew frustrated, the Commander suggested a break, during which Tsukasa disappeared after making contact with a plush shark. Realizing that the object was the key to the Gangler, Keiichiro and Sakuya used it to follow her. Having recorded their transportation, Jim revealed it to Tsukasa, whom was revealed to have a fondness for stuffed animals, after she was rescued. Number 4: Unacceptable Relationship

After the Commander was robbed of a case containing Lupin Collection pieces Cyclone Dial Fighter and Trigger Machine Biker by Bundorute Peggy, Jim explained to the Patrangers that GSPO had been investigating the Collection and chose to bestow the pieces they had acquired upon the Tactical Unit following the emergence of the Ganglers and Lupinrangers. This time, Jim Carter's services were not needed to find Peggy, as a tracker had already been planted in the GSPO case. Number 5: Targeted, the International Police

Powers and Abilities

Alarm
Jim Carter can detect and make the Patrangers aware of Gangler incursions. Number 1: The Troublemaking Phantom Thieves
Communications
Jim Carter is capable of receiving messages intended for the Global Special Police Organization Japan Branch. Number 3: Take Them Back No Matter What
Camera:
Jim Carter's body is fitted with a camera and thus can serve as a recording device. Number 4: Unacceptable Relationship
Riddles
Jim Carter can use riddles to stall the Lupinrangers and maybe others when necessary. Number 8: The Thieves' Identities

Portrayal

Behind the Scenes

  • Jim Carter is named after the British actor of the same name, who played Detective Victor Getz in the 2009 film adaptation of the children's book The Thief Lord, and Cogman in Transformers: The Last Knight, who is also a robot. The former is likely also an allusion to the fact that the story has a plot about Getz chasing after a group of thieves.
  • Jim's first name is also potentially named after Jim Carrey who played the The Riddler from Batman Forever, whose signature trick is to make elaborate traps that are solved via riddles.
  • Jim's name is also very similar to the 39th U.S. President Jimmy Carter.

Appearances


Notes

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