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No. 17-kai! Nununu Occult Club! (ぬぬっとオカルト同好会! Nunu tto Okaruto Dōkō-kai!) is the seventeenth episode of Kikai Sentai Zenkaiger. It features the debut of the Sun Vulcan Sentai Gear.

Synopsis

Nu, Nu, Nunu Nu Nu ~ ~
Who exercises at night in a graveyard? Next time everyone vanishes. Juran has become transparent. Is this some sort of unnatural phenomenon? Is this place truly haunted? This is all too much for an occult nerd to handle. Could a ghost be behind all this, or perhaps the dastardly machinations of Withered World? No, it can't be. These must be the ghosts. This looks like a job for the Nununu Club of the Occult.

Plot

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Cast

Guest Cast

  • Invisible World (トウメイワルド Tōmei Warudo, Voice): Kentarō Itō (伊藤 健太郎 Itō Kentarō)[1]
  • Kemii (ケミィ): Yuri Kotake (小竹結梨 Kotake Yuri)
    • Kemii (Voice): Kaori Takaoka (高岡香 Takaoka Kaori)
  • Banri (万里): Ichika Takeuchi (竹内一加 Takeuchi Ichika)
  • Orie (織恵): Minon Hatoma (鳩間みのん Hatoma Minon)
  • Kid Kikainoid: Ryunosuke Kuroiwa (黒岩竜乃介 Kuroiwa Ryūnosuke)

Suit Actors

Form Changes and Collectibles Used

Sentai Gears

Elements/Homages to Super Sentai

  • During the mecha fight, Vroon exclaims “Follow the Sun! Catch the Sun!”, which are lyrics from the opening theme song of Taiyou Sentai Sun Vulcan.
  • Another reference to Sun Vulcan is when their power is summoned, Vroon observes the images of the Ranger trio and mimics Vul Shark’s battle pose.

Errors

  • Twice in the episode the barrels on Kaito, and Gaon Geartlingers don't move.
  • When Juran turns invisible during the mecha fight, the ZenkaiOh JuranGaon toy figure is used, and its arm moves a bit.

Notes

  • As part of Super Hero Time, this episode aired alongside Kamen Rider SaberIcon-crosswiki.png episode 41, Chapter 41: For 2,000 Years, a Wish Spelled Out.Icon-crosswiki.png
  • The episode title turns invisible when flying offscreen to emphasize the theme of the episode.
  • Invisible World is based on the 1933 film version of H.G. Wells The Invisible Man and does a comical spoof during the mecha fight of the famous scene where the titular character unwrapped his bandages to show horrified onlookers he was invisible.

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