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These episodes are either multi-parters or story arcs.

Episodes

  • Taiyo Sentai Sun Vulcan:
    • Episodes 4 and 5 - a two-part arc bringing about the return of Denziman's lead villain Queen Hedrian, and introducing the main deity associated with Black Magma: the "Black Sun God".
    • Episodes 36 and 37 - a two-part arc associated with the descendants of planet Denzi from Denziman.
    • Episodes 45, 46, 47, 48, 49 and 50 - the six-part endgame arc of the series.
  • Choudenshi Bioman:
    • Episodes 7 and 8 - a two-part arc revealing the destruction of planet Bio and Peebo discovering the fate of his friend Joy.
    • Episodes 19 and 20 - a two-part arc introducing Prince, the mysterious son of Gear's leader Doctor Man.
    • Episodes 25 and 26 - a two-part arc introducing Koichi Nakamura, who is revealed as Doctor Man's biological son and the basis of Prince.
    • Episodes 31, 32, 33 and 34 - a four-part arc in which Gear upgrades its three remaining Beastnoids and begins using the more powerful Neo-Mecha Gigan robots, and the Bioman in turn receive an extra boost to their Bio Particles, resulting in they and the Bio Robo using only one finishing move each from then on.
    • Episodes 35 and 36 - a two-part arc involving Shota Yamamori, who is manipulated by Gear and transformed into Magne Warrior with the aid of the Magne Megas.
    • Episodes 43 and 44 - a two-part arc featuring the return of Shuichi Kageyama, the human son of Doctor Man (Hideo Kageyama) and the introduction of two new key characters: the Mecha-Human known as Miki who controls the Neo-Mecha Gigan Satan Megas, and the mysterious Professor Shibata.
    • Episodes 47, 48, 49, 50 and 51 - the five-part endgame arc of the series.
  • Dengeki Sentai Changeman:
    • Episodes 13 and 14 - a two-part arc introducing Nana of planet Rigel and the traitorous earth scientist Dr. Kumazawa, who decides to work with the Gozma.
    • Episodes 17 and 18 - a two-part arc featuring a trip to Nagasaki and introducing the second of the main Gozma commanders: Queen Ahames of planet Amazo.
    • Episodes 32, 33, 34, 35 and 36 - a five-part arc involving the return of Nana of planet Rigel and the mysterious "Rigel Aura", which Giluke and Ahames both seek to claim for themselves, culminating in an upgrade for the Changeman's Power Bazooka cannon.
    • Episodes 42 and 43 - a two-part arc involving General Giluke targeting Nana once again for the remainder of her Rigel Aura, in order to transform from his Ghost Giluke form into Super Giluke.
    • Episodes 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54 and 55 - the eight-part endgame arc of the series.
  • Choushinsei Flashman:
    • Episodes 8 and 9 - a two-part arc introducing Doctor Tokimura and his family and beginning the recurring storyline of their connection to the five abducted children from Flash, with the possibility that one of the team is a member of their family.
    • Episodes 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20 - a six-part arc in which the Flashmen lose and regain their main mecha Flash King and gain a secondary mecha Flash Titan. Also introduced are the villainous Alien Hunters and the Anti-Flash Phenomenon.
    • Episodes 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49 and 50 - the seven-part endgame arc of the series.
  • Hikari Sentai Maskman:
    • Episodes 1, 2 and 3 - a three-part arc that introduces the heroes and villains, culminating in their first transformation.
    • Episodes 20, 21 and 22 - a three-part arc introducing the team's second mecha, Galaxy Robo.
    • Episodes 27, 28 and 29 - a three-part arc based around the team's battle with new villain Thief Knight Kiros, the revelation of Mio's true identity, and the team's upgrade from their first team cannon to a new one.
    • Episodes 43, 44 and 45 - a three-part arc involving the legendary "Underground Knight Unas" and its connection to Maskman's Akira.
    • Episodes 48, 49, 50, and 51 - the four-part endgame arc of the series.
  • Choujuu Sentai Liveman:
    • Episodes 6 and 7 - a two-part arc involving Dinosaur Gon, a dinosaur brought to modern times by Doctor Obular.
    • Episodes 11 and 12 - a two-part arc introducing rebellious gang-leader Arashi Busujima, who becomes Volt's newest general.
    • Episodes 19, 20 and 21 - a three-part arc involving Gou Omura/Doctor Obular as he tries to keep his position within Volt while Liveman try to use the source of his troubles to save him.
    • Episodes 28, 29 and 30 - a three-part arc featuring the battle between Liveman and Volt's new super-weapon: the mecha Giga Volt. It also introduces the fourth and fifth members of the team, their mecha Live Boxer, and the first Super Gattai in Super Sentai history, Super Live Robo.
    • Episodes 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48 and 49 - the nine-part endgame arc of the series.
  • Denji Sentai Megaranger:
    • Episodes 1 and 2 - a two-part arc
    • Episodes 30, 31 and 32 - a three-part arc
    • Episodes 38, 39, 40, 41, 42 and 43 - a six-part arc
    • Episodes 45, 46, 47 and 48 - a four-part arc involving the creation of Hinelar City and Dr. Hinelar's attempt to capture humans for Hinelar City to convert them into Data Cards.
    • Episodes 49, 50 and 51 - the three-part endgame arc of the series. This involves Dr. Hinelar after discovering the real identities of the core Megarangers, exposes their secret identities causing the majority of the citizens to turn against them out of fear because of the danger they unintentionally attract. This leaves the Megarangers to endure the harsh criticisms of the townspeople, to focus of defeating Hinelar once and for all so they can attend their High School graduation afterwards.
  • Seijuu Sentai Gingaman:
    • Episodes 1 and 2 - a two-part arc, which is the series premiere and introduces the Gingaman and their Star Beast partners.
    • Episodes 6 and 7 - a two-part arc, involving the Star Beasts turning to stone when stopping the Balbans latest plot, leading the Gingaman to learn of drawing power from the Star Beasts respective home planets with their Kiba Blades, leading to the creation of the Star Beasts' Silver Star Beast mechanoid forms and their combined form GingaOh
    • Episodes 11 and 12 - a two-part arc concluding Gun Boss Sambash's run as the Balban's general. He will be replaced by Samurai General Budoh, whose time is focused on the hunt for the Lights of Ginga.
    • Episodes 17, 18 and 19 - a three-part arc introducing the mysterious BullBlack and the introduction of his Star Beast, Heavy Starbeast GoTaurus.
    • Episodes 22, 23 and 24 - a three-part arc concluding the battle for the Lights of Ginga and Budoh's run as the Balban's general.
    • Episodes 25 and 26 - a two-part arc featuring the death of BullBlack and the return of Hyuuga, who succeeds him as the new Black Knight.
    • Episodes 29 and 30 - a two-part arc, involving the introduction of Dark Merchant Biznella who brings the three Steel Starbeasts Steel Starbeast GigaRhinos, Steel Starbeast GigaPhoenix, and Giant Steel Starbeast GigaBitus, and the Gingaman's realization that their Starbeasts won't fight back since they are fellow Starbeasts and their attempt to help the three Starbeasts regain their true memories.
    • Episodes 37 and 38 - a two-part arc, involving Barreled Scholar Bucrates capturing GoTaurus and blackmailing Hyuuga to joining his side against Captain Zahab, leaving Hyuuga no choice but to do so against the teams' wishes.
    • Episodes 41 and 42 - a two-part arc, involving the final battle with Demon Beast Daitanix and the results which would lead to the series' endgame.
    • Episodes 44, 45, 46 and 47 - a four-part arc introducing the Earth Demon Beast and Balban's efforts to give it the Extreme Growth Extract so it will become a giant and the new host of their castle.
    • Episodes 48, 49 and 50 - the three-part endgame arc of the series, involving the final battles against both the Earth Demon Beast and the remainder of the Balban, most notably Captain Zahab.
  • Juken Sentai Gekiranger:
    • Episodes 19, 20 and 21 - a three-part arc focusing on the Gekiranger having a showdown with RinJyuKen's leader Rio, and introducing the advanced power known as "Kageki", which will drive the next part of the team's training and development.
    • Episodes 44, 45, 46, 47, 48 and 49 - the six-part endgame arc of the series.

Notes

  • Uniquely, Himitsu Sentai Goranger is the only series to lack a multi-episode endgame arc. Instead, its final battle is portrayed in a single episode.

See also

References

Himitsu Sentai Gorenger

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