|This article is about a/an series entry (the 22nd) in the Power Rangers franchise.|
Power Rangers Dino Charge is the 22nd season of Power Rangers. The series borrowed footage, costumes, and props from Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger.
- 1 Production
- 2 Plot
- 3 Characters
- 4 Arsenal
- 5 Zords
- 6 Episodes
- 7 Video Release
- 8 Toyline
- 9 Video Games
- 10 Notes
- 11 Errors
- 12 See Also
- 13 External links
- 14 References
- ""Millions of years ago, the evil Sledge tried to steal the greatest power in the universe. But an alien named Keeper entrusted them to dinosaurs. As for Sledge... He was blasted deep into space. Now the Energems have been found, and Sledge returns to battle a new team of heroes; they are... Power Rangers Dino Charge!""
- ―Opening narration[src]
Sixty-five million years ago, the legendary, transcendent Energems were given to ten dinosaurs for safekeeping by an alien named Keeper. But when Sledge, an intergalactic bounty hunter, attempted to acquire the Energems, his ship was blasted into space and his asteroids crash on Earth, leading to the extinction of the dinosaurs and the Energems being lost with them. Now, in the present day, Sledge is back and starts sniffing around Earth looking for the Energems in order to harness their power and annihilate the world, so a team of Power Rangers form to find the Energems first and fight the bounty hunter and other threats with dino-powered swords, blasters, Zords, and Megazords.
|Dino Charge Red Ranger||Tyler Navarro||Brennan Mejia|
|Dino Charge Black Ranger||Chase Randall||James Davies|
|Dino Charge Blue Ranger||Koda||Yoshi Sudarso|
|Dino Charge Green Ranger||Riley Griffin||Michael Taber|
|Dino Charge Pink Ranger||Shelby Watkins||Camille Hyde|
|Dino Charge Gold Ranger||Sir Ivan of Zandar||Davi Santos|
|Dino Charge Graphite Ranger||Prince Phillip III||Jarred Blakiston|
|Dino Charge Purple Ranger||Albert Smith ► Kendall Morgan||Arthur Ranford ► Claire Blackwelder|
- Moana (The Shopkeeper who befriends Chase)
- Mrs. Randall (Mother of Chase and Chloe Randall)
- Chloe Randall (Sister of Chase and Daughter of Mrs. Randall)
- Mrs. Griffin (Mother of Riley and Matt Griffin)
- Matt Griffin (Older Brother of Riley and Son of Ms. Griffin)
- Prince Colin (Ancestor of Prince Phillip III as well as the guardian of the Gold Energem 800 years ago)
- Peter (A boy who befriends Koda after he saves him from Slammer)
- Taku (Younger Brother of Koda)
- Gold Digger
- Wish Star
- Dino Blade Blaster
- Gold Ptera Morpher
- T-Rex Super Charge Morpher
- Titano Charge Morpher
Individual Weapons and Team Weapon
- Dino Spike ◆◆◆◆◆
- T-Rex Chopper ◆◆
- T-Rex Smasher ◆
- Para Chopper ◆
- Triple Spike ◆◆◆
- Stego Shield ◆
- Raptor Claw ◆
- Tricera Drill ◆
- T-Rex Chopper ◆◆
- Ptera Saber ◆
- Royal Dino Punch ◆
- Tyler's Jeep
- Dino Cycle
Dino Charge Zord System
- Legend:◆ piloted mecha, ● other
- Dino Charge Megazord Tri-Stego-Ptera Formation ◆◆◆◆
- Para Zord ◆
- Raptor Zord ◆
- Ankylo Zord ◆
- Pachy Zord ◆
- Plesio Zord/Plesio Charge Megazord ◆
Dino Charge Megazord
- Dino Charge Megazord Stego-Raptor Formation ◆◆◆
- Dino Charge Megazord Para-Raptor Formation ◆◆◆
- Dino Charge Megazord Tri-Ankylo Formation ◆◆◆
- Dino Charge Megazord Para-Stego Formation ◆◆◆
- Dino Charge Megazord Ankylo-Pachy Formation ◆◆◆
Ptera Charge Megazord
- Ptera Charge Megazord Pachy Formation ◆◆
- Ptera Charge Megazord Ankylo Formation ◆◆
- Ptera Charge Megazord Para-Raptor Formation ◆◆◆
Plesio Charge Megazord
- Powers From the Past
- Past, Present and Fusion
- A Fool's Hour
- Return of the Caveman
- Breaking Black
- The Tooth Hurts
- Let Sleeping Zords Lie
- Double Ranger, Double Danger
- When Logic Fails
- The Royal Rangers
- Break Out
- Knight After Knights
- Sync or Swim
- True Black
- Rise of a Ranger
- No Matter How You Slice It
- World Famous! (In New Zealand)
- Deep Down Under
- Wishing For a Hero
- One More Energem
- The Ghostest With the Mostest
- Race to Rescue Christmas
- Power Rangers Dino Charge: Unleashed (Vol. 1) with episodes 1, 2, 3, and 4
- Power Rangers Dino Charge: The Complete Season
- Power Ranger Dino Charge & Dino Super Charge Collection
- This is the first season since Power Rangers Wild Force to feature a Sentai Transformation
- This is the first official season to not have any Multi-Part Episodes. This occurs again in Power Rangers Ninja Steel and Power Rangers Beast Morphers
- The Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel episode "Echoes of Evil" confirms that the Dino Charge series is in a separate universe, similar to Power Rangers RPM.
- The episode "Sync or Swim" marks the 800th Episode of Power Rangers.
- This series features the first female Purple Ranger and the first Grey (graphite) Ranger.
- This series has the peculiarity of having a three-Zord Megazord formation even when there are 5 main Rangers. While RPM also had a three-zord Megazord, Ranger Operator Series Green and Black were not part of the original core team, being added as the episodes played out.
- In addition, Dino Charge does have some similarities with RPM.
- There are both Green and Black Rangers
- There are also both Gold and Silver Rangers.
- Green Ranger gets a Zord with a slashing melee attack.
- Black Ranger gets a Zord with a laser-based ranged attack.
- The Gold, Silver, Green, and Black Ranger's Zords can combine with the main Megazord.
- Rangers use some kind of device to both morph and activate their Zords.
- This is the first Power Rangers series not to feature a Yellow Ranger. This makes Red and Blue the only colors to be present in every season of Power Rangers.
- This is later done by Power Rangers Dino Fury.
- This is the first season to completely bypass a season of Super Sentai (skipping Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters to instead adapt Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger.)
- This is the first season to premiere on Spacetoon in 2016.
- As of 2016, Dino Charge is the last show to be dubbed in Indonesian and aired in Indonesia.
- Reuben Turner, who played James the Aqua Ranger (Tyler's Dad) is 4 years older than Brennan Mejia.
- In an unusual fashion, this is one of the first seasons since Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers to have problems with properly matching the Sentai footage with its own original footage. A lot of the counterpart scenery of an episode will differ greatly from how it looks in the Sentai version, and not come close to the visuals. For example: warehouses will look very different from one another, but play as if it's the same place, and the scenes will switch back and forth. (This could be due to a lower budget.) It's only worth noting in this season in particular because other seasons came very close to replicating the Sentai footage's scenery in which a fight would take place.
- Fury's neck collar in many episodes of this season kept disappearing and reappearing frequently.
- Kendall's Ranger suit in original footage is a darker shade of purple compared to the Sentai footage