Logo-supersentai.png This article is about a/an series of milestones in the Super Sentai series.

As a franchise, Super Sentai is constantly evolving and changing, with new ideas and concepts emerging with each series. This is a real-world documentation of the evolution and the milestones in the franchise, showing the changes, advancements and quirks which emerge with each new series since originally starting in 1975.

Himitsu Sentai Gorenger

Main article: Himitsu Sentai Gorenger
  • 1st Season.
  • First Sentai series/team.
  • First Red/Blue/Yellow/Pink/Green Rangers and team.
  • First replacement Ranger.
  • First Sentai Ranger death.
  • First team upgrade.
  • Longest Sentai series (84 episodes from 1975-1977).
  • First season to air alongside Kamen Rider and only Sentai to air at the same time as one of the "Seven Legendary Kamen Rider" series (Kamen Rider Stronger).
  • Highest rated Sentai series, averaging at 16.1% of Japanese viewership and Episode 41. having 22.3% of the Japanese viewing audience.
  • First series to air during the Shōwa era.

J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai

Main article: J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai
  • 2nd Season.
  • Final series associated with franchise creator Shotaro Ishinomori.
  • First transformation device.
  • First yellow-less team.
  • First series with four Rangers on the core team.
  • First White Ranger.
  • First mid-season team addition.
  • First actor with multiple Sentai Ranger roles.
  • First leader replacement.
  • First Sentai team-up movie; only one released in theaters for 32 years.
  • Shortest official Sentai series (35 episodes).
  • First Sentai team with a theme (this case, decker cards).

Battle Fever J

Main article: Battle Fever J
  • 3rd Season.
  • First season to be marketed under the Super Sentai name.
  • First Orange Ranger.
  • First Black Ranger.
  • First Sentai Giant Robo.
  • First usage of giants by villains in the form of robotic doppelgangers.
  • First major Sentai villainess.
  • Only season with two team changes (Diane Martin -> Maria Nagisa; Kensaku Shiraishi -> Makoto Jin).
  • First Sentai series associated with Toei's partnership with Marvel Comics.
  • Final team to transform without device.
  • Only full-team with full-face mask (excluding an extra).
  • Fourth-longest Sentai series (52 episodes).
  • First common team sidearm (Command Bat).
  • Second ranger team without a Yellow Ranger.
  • Second season to air alongside Kamen Rider (the Kamen RiderIcon-crosswiki.png revival series, or "Skyrider") from October 5, 1979 to January 26, 1980.
  • First Sentai team with silver mouths for helmets.

Denshi Sentai Denziman

Main article: Denshi Sentai Denziman
  • 4th Season.
  • First portable transformation device.
  • First transforming Sentai mecha/Giant Robo (0.5 Robo).
  • First female villain commander.
  • First season the main monster itself is grown.
  • First extraterrestrial-based power source.
  • First non-human/robot mentor.
  • First wild-card villain.
  • Third season to air alongside Kamen Rider. Firstly, Kamen Rider Skyrider from February 2, 1980 to October 10, 1980 and finally Kamen Rider Super-1Icon-crosswiki.png from October 17, 1980 to January 31, 1981 when Denziman ends airing.

Taiyo Sentai Sun Vulcan

Main article: Taiyo Sentai Sun Vulcan
  • 5th Season.
  • First three-man Sentai team.
    • Sets precedence of Red/Blue/Yellow combination.
    • First Air/Water/Land trio combination.
    • First team whose affiliations are associated with animals.
  • First military-based team.
  • Only Sentai team where all Rangers are male.
    • First team with no Pink Ranger.
  • First two-piece combining Giant Robo.
  • First transformation brace.
  • First and only lasting Red replacement (Ryuusuke Oowashi -> Takayuki Hiba).
  • Only continuation of the previous series.
  • First ranger and Red Ranger (VulEagle I) to possess his own individual mecha (Cosmo Vulcan).
  • First Evil Mecha (King Magmar).
  • Final season influenced by Toei/Marvel partnership.
  • Super Sentai reaches its 5th anniversary, despite Gorenger and JAKQ not being counted as part of the franchise at the time.
  • Fourth and final season to air alongside Kamen Rider by itself (until the year 2000) from February 7, 1981 to October 3, 1981 alongside Kamen Rider Super-1.

Dai Sentai Goggle V

Main article: Dai Sentai Goggle V

Kagaku Sentai Dynaman

Main article: Kagaku Sentai Dynaman
  • 7th Season.
  • First team to use spandex costumes.
  • Prototype of battle protector utilized by DynaBlack.
  • First ninja Ranger.
  • First series to air at reduced 25-minute time length from 30-minutes starting with Ep. 10: The Intruder From Outer Space.
  • First multi-use sidearm, including the first sidearm gun (Dyna Rod)
  • First team to use individual elemental-based attacks.
  • First team with a non-weapon finisher (Super Dynamite).
  • First Super Sentai to co-air alongside Kamen Rider and Metal Heroes, making them "The Big Three". From December 24, 1983 to January 6, 1984, a Kamen Rider TV special Birth of the 10th! Kamen Riders All Together!!Icon-crosswiki.png aired on January 3, 1984 alongside Kagaku Sentai Dynaman and Uchuu Keiji SharivanIcon-crosswiki.png.
  • First series to be re-dubbed

Choudenshi Bioman

Main article: Choudenshi Bioman
  • 8th Season.
  • First team with numerical designations.
  • First team with two females.
  • First yellow female.
  • Final main-team death to occur during a season.
  • Final main-team replacement to occur during the season.
  • Only villain team with regular "monsters" as opposed to monsters-of-the week.
  • First villain with no association at all with the main villains.
  • First humanoid robot mentor.
  • First prototype Sixth Ranger character.
  • First series to have the full name of the team stated in the title card.

Dengeki Sentai Changeman

Main article: Dengeki Sentai Changeman
  • 9th Season.
  • First team represented by mythological beings.
  • First female White Ranger.
  • First shell-firing cannon finisher.
  • Final team with only one Giant Robo for the entire season.
  • First alien mentor character.
  • First team with individual vehicles for the entire team.
  • Third Ranger team without a Yellow Ranger.

Choushinsei Flashman

Main article: Choushinsei Flashman
  • 10th Season.
  • First team to acknowledge an anniversary (10th season from Gorenger).
  • First combining Giant Robo with a shared cockpit.
  • First team with a second Giant Robo.
  • First team to not come from Earth (though all Rangers are Earth humans).
  • First series with a special final-episode ending.
  • First team without a mentor.
  • Final season to not have "Sentai" in the title.
  • First season in which any of the main team members do not have known surnames.
  • Last series to have two "half-seasons" ordered.

Hikari Sentai Maskman

Main article: Hikari Sentai Maskman

Choujuu Sentai Liveman

Main article: Choujuu Sentai Liveman
  • 12th Season.
  • Tenth "Super Sentai" anniversary.
  • First three-person team to become five-person team.
    • First Red/Blue/Yellow/Black/Green team.
    • First to have both a Green Ranger and a Black Ranger in the core team as opposed to interchanging with one another.
    • First three-person team with female Ranger.
  • First falcon, lion, dolphin, bison and rhinoceros Rangers.
  • First blue female.
  • First animal mecha.
  • First super Giant Robo combination.
  • Final independent non-mecha carrier vehicle.
  • First Green Ranger (Green Sai) to possess his own individual mecha (Sai Fire).
  • Last series to air during the Shōwa era.

Kousoku Sentai Turboranger

Main article: Kousoku Sentai Turboranger
  • 13th Season.
  • Tenth anniversary of Super Sentai.
  • First Sentai team based around vehicles.
  • First enormous base mecha.
  • First teenage/high-school based team.
  • Prototypes of grunt hierarchy.
  • First series to move from Saturday to a Friday-night time, starting from Ep. 32: The Big Demonic Mystery Bird!.
  • First series to air during the Heisei era.
  • First team to have a full "mode change" with a change in appearance ("powerless" mode).

Chikyuu Sentai Fiveman

Main article: Chikyuu Sentai Fiveman
  • 14th Season.
  • First sibling team.
  • First official Power protector.
  • Prototype non-clone Evil Sentai team.
  • End of the Hirohisa Soda era.
  • Ep. 26: Kyuushuu Capture is the lowest rated episode ever in the Soda Era and second lowest in the franchise, with only 1.8% of the Japanese audience watching.

Choujin Sentai Jetman

Main article: Choujin Sentai Jetman
  • 15th Season.
  • First team motif based on different species of birds.
    • First hawk, condor and swan Rangers, only owl and swallow Rangers.
    • The first Sentai whose motif and main character elements are homages to a popular anime (Science Ninja Team Gatchaman).
  • First Red/Black/Yellow/White/Blue combination.
  • First three-male/two female team to switch genders between the Blue and Yellow Rangers (the male wears yellow while the female wears blue).
  • First team that isn't fully formed by the end of the first episode.
  • First Sentai team to have a Third Robo, Tetraboy.
  • First Ranger to wear glasses regularly.
  • First Light-Blue Ranger.
  • First and only Manga-exclusive Ranger.
  • First team where a main Ranger dies and isn't replaced within the season (although the position on the team would be filled by a new hero in the manga).
  • First inter-dimensional villain team.
  • First female mentor character.
  • Only Sentai season with Toshiki Inoue as head-writer.
  • First team with two separate sidearms (Bringer Sword/Bird Blaster).
  • First White Ranger (White Swan) to possess her own individual mecha (Jet Swan).

Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger

Main article: Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger
  • 16th Season.
  • First official Sixth Ranger.
    • The first Sixth Ranger that dies.
  • First season where all mecha are animals.
  • First team based on extinct fauna.
  • First main Giant Robo with an alternate identity (a deity).
  • First seven-piece Giant Robo formation.
  • First Sentai season to be adapted into a Power Rangers season in the United States.
    • First Sentai yellow warrior to be adapted as a female.
  • First major villain to survive at the end of the season.
  • First special video/DVD in association with Terebi-kun and Shogakukan.
  • First Super Sentai series to date to come to the west for a DVD release.
  • First season based around a fantasy motif.

Gosei Sentai Dairanger

Main article: Gosei Sentai Dairanger
  • 17th Season.
  • First legacy Sentai team.
  • First Rangers based on the mythological beings of Shisha and Qi'lin, as well as the first tiger Ranger.
  • First team with mythological-based mecha.
  • First team based on a specific cultural background (Chinese).
  • First child Sentai Ranger.
  • Only third-party Sentai mecha character.
  • First mentor directly connected to the villains.
  • First team with two 0.5 Robos.
  • First Sixth Sentai hero to be adapted sans the core 5.

Ninja Sentai Kakuranger

Main article: Ninja Sentai Kakuranger
  • 18th Season.
  • Celebrates 15 years of Super Sentai.
  • First ninja-based Sentai team.
  • First Sentai team based around Japanese culture.
  • First Mechas based on simians (ape), cranes, canines (wolf), bears and amphibians.
  • First series that have five core members receiving an additional set of mecha to utilize as a team, which also includes the first to have a second and separate five-piece robo combination
    • Only series to have a set of mecha for each of the core heroes that are incapable of combining into a Giant Robo.
  • First series to have an auxiliary mecha.
  • First male light-blue Sentai Ranger; only on main team.
  • First female leader.
  • Only team to not fully be formed by the end of the first or even the second episode.
  • First non-clone evil Sentai team.
    • The first and only all-female Sentai team.
  • Only post Goggle V series to not have any title card announcement (instead singing the opening bars of Secret Kakuranger).
  • Final season "The Big Three" aired together and third and final Sentai to air alongside the Kamen Rider film trilogy in 1994. Kamen Rider JIcon-crosswiki.png debuts on V-Cinema in April 16, 1994 alongside Ninja Sentai Kakuranger and Blue SWATIcon-crosswiki.png.

Chouriki Sentai Ohranger

Main article: Chouriki Sentai Ohranger
  • 19th Season.
  • Celebrates the 20th anniversary of Gorenger and Super Sentai, retroactively putting Gorenger and JAKQ back as installments of the franchise.
  • Final military-based Sentai team.
  • First Sentai Robo with a special system per pilot.
  • Oldest known Sentai Ranger in existence.
  • First modern cross-over film with the previous team.
  • Lowest rated Super Sentai series of the 1990s, averaging at 4.5% and bottoming out in episode 23 at 2.9% of the Japanese viewing audience.
  • First season since Jetman to air without a co-existing Kamen Rider movie or TV series.

Gekisou Sentai Carranger

Main article: Gekisou Sentai Carranger

Denji Sentai Megaranger

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Seijuu Sentai Gingaman

Main article: Seijuu Sentai Gingaman
  • 22nd Season.
  • First gorilla and wildcat Rangers.
  • First black Extra Hero.
  • First team to have powers passed on from generation to generation.
  • First Super Rangers.
  • First Robo to gain powered-up form.
    • Only Robo to gain a powered-up form in a non-crossover special.
  • First series to have a five-piece Robo that is not piloted by the main team.
    • Only series to have two of them.
  • First series to have Sentai Mecha first introduced as an Evil Mecha, where its appearance slightly changes upon becoming good.
  • First Sentai series lead by head-writer Yasuko Kobayashi.
  • First season to break out of the 1990s ratings slump, averaging at 7.5% and reaching double digit ratings with Chapter 11: The Devotion of a Warrior being viewed by 10.8% of the Japanese TV audience.
  • Last Sentai season to air alongside a Metal Hero season, being Tetsuwan Tantei RobotackIcon-crosswiki.png from March 8, 1998 to January 24, 1999. From then on, the Metal Heroes genre and series, as a whole, will become defunct, save for a few occasions since 2012Icon-crosswiki.png.
  • First Sentai with the team suffix "-man" since Jetman, last team to use said suffix, and only team with that suffix that was adapted into a Power Rangers show.
  • Final season to air without Kamen Rider.

Kyukyu Sentai GoGoFive

Main article: Kyukyu Sentai GoGoFive
  • 23rd Season.
  • First Sentai team created after the death of Shotaro Ishinomori
  • Oldest known Sentai character.
  • First team specifically themed around rescue services.
  • Only post-Zyuranger team to not have any Additional, Sixth Rangers or Extra Heroes (outside a movie).
  • First season since Sun Vulcan to not air alongside Metal Heroes (the former having aired before the conceptualization of the latter) onwards.
  • First series to air alongside a "Heisei" Kamen Rider series, Kamen Rider KuugaIcon-crosswiki.png (During the last two episodes of GoGoV, Kuuga first aired on precisely the same date as the former GoGoV episode).

Mirai Sentai Timeranger

Main article: Mirai Sentai Timeranger

Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger

Main article: Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger
  • 25th Season.
  • Celebrating the 25th series since Gorenger.
    • First anniversary season to celebrate by series instead of by years.
  • First series to have a Super Sentai anniversary movie.
    • First movie to have a Ranger who appeared prior to the modern V-Cinemas or in a pre-V-Cinema team-up.
    • First team up to have the anniversary team join forces with a veteran team comprised of members from different previous teams for their crossover special instead of the preceding team from last year.
  • First official multi-combination Giant Robo.
  • First collectable artifact.
  • First series to have the core team receive their additional mecha individually.
  • First Robo whose components are themed around the core members' primary mecha.
  • First Sixth Ranger to have their own specific spot in the opening credits like the core members for their actor to be officially credited.
  • First 6-way split screen henshin ever done.
  • First series to annually have a theatrical movie.
    • First series to have the Sixth Ranger in a theatrical movie aside from the VS films.
    • First series to have a movie-exclusive mecha and robo formation.

Ninpu Sentai Hurricaneger

Main article: Ninpu Sentai Hurricaneger
  • 26th Season.
  • First Sentai Rangers to be based off of insects.
  • Only Sixth Ranger to have taken multiple identities.
  • First series to have a robo formation to be adapted into the series following its debut in the series' theatrical movie.
  • First Sentai season to get a 10 years after movie.

Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger

Main article: Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger
  • 27th Season.
  • First team with a brachiosaur Ranger.
    • First mentor Ranger.
  • Only team with a tupuxuara Ranger.
  • First Super Sentai series to air in the Super Hero Time block with a Kamen Rider seriesIcon-crosswiki.png.
  • First mecha and Robo that is primarily used for a single members' Super Ranger form.
  • First series to dub one episode in English.

Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger

Main article: Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger
  • 28th Season.
  • First Gold Ranger, and only female Gold.
  • First Female "Orange" Ranger.
  • First Female Silver Ranger.
  • First Team with 10 Rangers.
  • First Ranger based on the domesticated dog.
  • First season to possess a hierarchy for grunts.
  • First Hand-Off to the next series after the final episode.
  • First season to have no evil organization but a recurring villain who only supports the monsters of the week.
  • First Robo for the core team, where both it, and its individual components are designed exclusively for the Rangers' Super Ranger forms.
  • First season to have a crossover with the Pretty Cure franchise, via audio drama, and the first to air alongside a season of the franchise.

Mahou Sentai Magiranger

Main article: Mahou Sentai Magiranger
  • 29th Season.
  • First team with Rangers based on fairies (as opposed to empowered by fairies) and Garuda/bird-men.
  • First Regular Gold Ranger.
  • First full-family Ranger team, including the father and mother.
  • First team outside of the Ishinomori era to have capes as part of their costumes.
  • First and (currently only) Sentai season to have Extra power ups to a Non-Red Sentai Ranger
  • First series to feature voiced equipment.

GoGo Sentai Boukenger

Main article: GoGo Sentai Boukenger
  • 30th Season.
  • Celebrating the 30th series since Gorenger.
  • First Sentai series to have both a 9-piece fusion in Super DaiBouken and a 10-piece fusion in Ultimate DaiBouken.
  • First Pink Ranger sentai second-in-command.
  • First inanimate-object Extra Hero.
  • First season with multiple rival villain groups.
    • Only season to have multiple villain groups working simultaneously in a single season.
  • First appearance of AkaRed, the embodied spirit of Sentai.

Juken Sentai Gekiranger

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Engine Sentai Go-Onger

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Samurai Sentai Shinkenger

Main article: Samurai Sentai Shinkenger
  • 33rd Season.
  • First team to contain a female Red Ranger.
  • Only team with a turtle and crustacean mecha.
  • First season to have an all alliterative Sentai title.
  • First Super Sentai series that features a team-up with Super Sentai's sister franchise, Kamen Rider.
  • First special post-series V-Cinema.
  • Final Sentai team whose first appearance was the first episode of their series.
  • First Sentai to have a team-up movie, featuring a cameo of the succeeding Sentai.

Tensou Sentai Goseiger

Main article: Tensou Sentai Goseiger

Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger

Main article: Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger
  • 35th Season.
  • Celebrating 35 seasons since Gorenger.
  • Established the umbrella term "Ranger".
  • First team where all 5 core-team members are aliens (though the second team not of Earth)
  • First series to have cameos of previous Sentai Rangers outside of teamups (although actors have returned in different roles before).
  • FirstIcon-crosswiki.png crossover with the Metal Heroes franchise.
  • First ranger team able to completely change suits while transformed.

Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters

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Hikonin Sentai Akibaranger

Main article: Hikonin Sentai Akibaranger
  • First and the only unofficial Sentai Series to have 2 seasons.
  • First team to have more female Rangers than male Rangers, with both the Blue and Yellow Rangers being females. (another first)
  • First to have three kanji preceding the "Sentai" kanji, as opposed to the usual one or two.
  • First team to have "sculpted hair" incorporated into their helmets (akin to Battle Japan).
  • First "intentional" parody team aimed at a mature audience.
  • This is the first Sentai to have a female Blue Ranger with a normal blue suit since Choujuu Sentai Liveman's Blue Dolphin.
  • First Sentai series since Taiyo Sentai Sun Vulcan to feature only three Rangers active at a time.
  • First Sentai to use (and break) the fourth wall as a recurring motif.
  • First series to receive a second season.
  • First Sentai to have all members deceased (as of season 2).

Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger

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Ressha Sentai ToQger

Main article: Ressha Sentai ToQger
  • 38th Season.
  • First team with designations being only numerical.
    • First with the numbers in Japanese.
  • First team with an Orange Sixth Ranger.
  • Lowest rated Sentai to date with 3.8% Japanese average viewership and the lowest rated episode in the modern Sentai era to date with Episode 26 viewed by only 2.6% of the Japanese audience.
  • Only team with Rangers who can switch their suit color along with their signature weapons.
  • Earliest Super Sentai series to not currently have a Power Rangers adaptation (not counting pre-Zyuranger seasons).

Shuriken Sentai Ninninger

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Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger

Main article: Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger
  • 40th Season.
  • First Red/Blue/Yellow/Green/White combination of core Rangers.
  • The 40th season since Gorenger. This season continues to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Super Sentai despite it being the 41st year when it aired.
  • 2000th episode of the Super Sentai series: Ep. 29: The Monarch of the Monarchs.
  • First Main Sentai Team to consist of a majority of anthropomorphic creatures (4 animal humanoids and 1 human).
  • First team to have a female Blue and White Rangers since Choujin Sentai Jetman.
  • Its also the first series since Mahou Sentai Magiranger to a female Blue Ranger.
  • First Sentai to have a Pixel/Rubik's Cube motif in the form of their gear, mecha and weapons.
  • First female Shark Ranger and first Sentai Elephant Ranger.
  • First Red Ranger to completely change animal motifs when assuming a stronger form.

Uchu Sentai Kyuranger

Main article: Uchu Sentai Kyuranger
  • First Sentai Team to start with more than five members (second if one counts MagiMother from Magiranger).
    • First Sentai Team to have nine core members, the largest to date.
    • Largest combined Sentai Team to date, with 12 members.
  • First Red/Orange/Blue/Gold/Black/Silver/Green/Pink/Yellow combination of core Rangers.
  • Second ever core Orange member (the first being Battle Fever J where colors were not a primary design factor), and the first ever Gold and Silver Rangers to be a part of the core team.
  • First official female Green Ranger.
  • First ever series to be directly produced by TV Asahi, with a network producer acting as the series producer.
  • First ever series to have creative input from Bandai of America.
  • Most diverse Ranger team thus far with five humans, four aliens and three robots/androids.
  • First Sentai Series to not have an annual Vs. movie crossover with its predecessor since Dairanger.
  • First Sentai Series to have a Violet Sixth Ranger.

Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger

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  • 42nd Season.
  • First Sentai series to have two separate teams working independently and against each other at times. Both teams are also the simultaneous main focus of the series.
  • 80th anniversary of Shotaro Ishinomori's birth (1938-2018).
  • First Sentai team to be phantom thieves.
  • First Sentai team since Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger to have a police motif.
  • First Sentai trio with a Red/Green/Pink combination.
  • First team to not have a blue ranger
  • Last series to have main three-people team with Red/Yellow/Blue combination.
  • First Sentai to have two official Red Rangers since Timeranger with matching colors (unlike with KabutoRaiger from Hurricanger whose color was a darker shade of red).
    • First series to have the second Red Ranger not only have the same matching color, but also not to be either a Sixth Ranger or an Extra Ranger.
  • First Sentai series to use both numerical and color name designations for Rangers rather than one or the other (though each team only uses one).
  • First Super Ranger mode that fuses a team of Rangers into a single multi-colored Ranger.
  • First “Sixth” Ranger to have different names for the two Ranger forms, with both names neither a numerical or color designation, but a letter. Said Ranger also switches allegiance between the two competing teams as both a Gold and Silver Ranger to suit his goals.

Kishiryu Sentai Ryusoulger

Main article: Kishiryu Sentai Ryusoulger
  • 43rd Season.
  • Last Super Sentai series to air in the Heisei Era.
  • First Super Sentai team to have a knight motif.
  • First series since Carranger to premiere in March.
  • First series to introduce the concept of mech weapon parts being detachable and interchangable to other mecha rather than swapping the entire mecha robot part. The weapons themselves for the first time are able to combine into new mix and matching configurations. (Ex. Drill bits combine with a sword to create a sword with drills on the crossguard.)
  • First toys to utilize a building brick gimmick for assembly.
  • First Mid-Season since Kyoryuger to have only 1 core female Ranger.
  • First series since GoGoFive to have a female main/final villain, and in terms of episode numbers, the latest a Sentai season introduced a villainess.
  • Most recent Sentai death.
  • First Brown Ranger.
  • First dinosaur Sentai without a brachiosaurus mecha.
  • First series to have a villain with noble, albeit misguided, intentions.
  • First season to have an onscreen crossover with the Pretty Cure franchise in a movie, outside of audio dramas.
  • First Sentai Green hero to be adapted as a female.

Mashin Sentai Kiramager

Main article: Mashin Sentai Kiramager
  • 44th Season.
  • First Red Ranger with a fire truck as his primary mecha since GoGoFive.
  • First female Green Ranger to be on a team of five.
  • First series since Gokaiger where an individual Sixth Ranger has Silver as his sole main color.
  • First 5-member team to have the original Red/Blue/Yellow/Green/Pink color combination since ToQgers.
  • First 6-member team to have the original Red/Blue/Yellow/Green/Pink/Silver color combination since Gokaigers.
  • This series marks the 45th anniversary of the franchise with Episode 5.
  • First Silver Mecha since GoZyuDrill that was based on a Drill Mecha and was piloted by Silver Ranger.
  • First series to air during the Reiwa era.
  • Episode 42 marks the 40th year anniversary of Taiyo Sentai Sun Vulcan.

Kikai Sentai Zenkaiger

Main article: Kikai Sentai Zenkaiger
  • 45th Season.
  • First season to have rangers based on mecha.
  • First season since Kakuranger to have the White Ranger act as the team leader.
  • First season to have a non-red sentai ranger as a protagonist
  • First anniversary season to feature a Gold Ranger in the core team.
  • First anniversary season not to possess a Green or Black Ranger on the core team.
  • First Kamen Rider-Ranger fusion power up form in a crossover.
  • First team to represent most of the common motif themes of Super Sentai.
  • Episode 5 aired a day before the 46 year anniversary of Gorenger first episode.

See also