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Power Rangers Super Megaforce is the twenty-first season of Power Rangers and the sequel to Power Rangers Megaforce. Celebrating the franchise's 20th anniversary, the series is a hybrid adaptation of the two Super Sentai series', Tensou Sentai Goseiger and Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger.
- 1 Production
- 2 Plot
- 3 Characters
- 4 Arsenal
- 5 Zords
- 6 Episodes
- 7 Notes
- 8 External links
- 9 See Also
- 10 References
"Power Rangers Megaforce" was trademarked by Saban Brands in 2011 during the run of Power Rangers Samurai. Casting sides released in April 2012 match with the blue and silver rangers of Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger.
After the end of Super Megaforce, longtime executive producer Jonathan Tzachor was fired from the series and replaced by Judd Lynn. As it turns out, this was due to multiple disagreements and arguements with head writer and story editor James W. Bates which caused most of Megaforce's problems. According to Bates, his job was mostly superfluous since many of the stories (namely "Blue Saber Saga" and "A Lion's Alliance" in particular) were written with no oversight and were just given to him to be rushed along. It got so bad that he just quit after filming wrapped for the episode “Spirit of the Tiger” and Tzachor took over as editor. Bates came back to write "Vrak is Back" but the idea to clone Serrator's plan verbatim from Samurai (as opposed to Brajira's plan to remake the world with him as it's god from Goseiger) was Tzachor's idea. Bates' departure was also why Vrak disappears for over half of Megaforce; he wanted him to appear every two episodes but this was dropped when he left. One of the biggest criticisms of Megaforce is that the characters are extremely underdeveloped (to the point we never even see thier personal lives beyond school and Ernie’s Brain Freeze) because Tzachor forced Bates to disregard it in favor of using copious amounts of Sentai footage. 
|"An alien armada has arrived and invaded our planet. Wave after wave have attacked us, with a ferocity never seen before. To battle this new threat the Power Rangers must master the abilities of the Legendary Rangers to become Super Megaforce"|
|"Power Rangers Super Megaforce focuses on the Rangers' mission to defeat a massive alien army Armada that was sent to conquer Earth. To face this threat, Gosei, a supernatural guardian who has protected Earth for centuries, gives the Rangers special morphers and keys, which allow them to morph into Super Megaforce Rangers. The Rangers also have an added special ability to morph into any team of Power Rangers from the past. These super-sized adventures can only mean one thing: the all-new Power Rangers Super Megaforce has arrived!"|
|―Official synopsis from press release|
After defeating the Warstar, the Rangers discover that they were only the tip of the iceberg as their chain of command make their way to Earth, The Armada, led by Emperor Mavro. A massive empire of enemies from outer space, Gosei realized that it was time make use of the Legendary Ranger Keys that he has lined up in their command center. He presents them the Legendary Morpher that will allow them to use the keys and morph into any past Power Ranger. In their journey to stop the massive Armada from taking over Earth, they will meet past Power Rangers and gain new abilities for their Legendary Megazord.
However they discover that an old enemy of theirs, Vrak had survived the Warstar ordeal and was in reality a member of the Armada royal family. To truly eradicate the Armada, they must deal with Vrak.
In their final battle with Emperor Mavro and his leftover army of X Borgs, the Mega Rangers are met with the reunion of all the Power Rangers gathered together in order to fight this one final threat.
|Super Megaforce Red||Troy Burrows||Andrew Gray|
|Super Megaforce Blue||Noah Carver||John Mark Loudermilk|
|Super Megaforce Yellow||Gia Moran||Ciara Hanna|
|Super Megaforce Green||Jake Holling||Azim Rizk|
|Super Megaforce Pink||Emma Goodall||Christina Masterson|
|Super Megaforce Silver||Orion||Cameron Jebo|
|Robo Knight||Robo Knight||Chris Auer (voice)|
|Red Samurai Ranger||Jayden Shiba||Alex Heartman|
|Jungle Fury Red Ranger||Casey Rhodes||Jason Smith|
|White Ranger||Tommy Oliver||Jason David Frank|
|Blue Space Ranger||T.J. Johnson||Selwyn Ward|
|Pink Space Ranger||Cassie Chan||Patricia Ja Lee|
|Galaxy Red||Leo Corbett||Danny Slavin|
|Galaxy Green||Damon Henderson||Reggie Rolle|
|Galaxy Pink (II)||Karone||Melody Perkins|
|Red Lightspeed Ranger||Carter Grayson||Sean Cw Johnson|
|Pink Lightspeed Ranger||Dana Mitchell||Alison MacInnis|
|Time Force Red||Wesley Collins||Jason Faunt|
|Green Samurai Ranger||Mike||Hector David, Jr.|
|Yellow Samurai Ranger||Emily||Brittany Pirtle|
- The Armada
Super Mega/Legendary Zord System
- Legend: ◆ piloted zord, ❖ aux mecha
- Ultimate Legendary Megazord ◆◆❖
- Delta Runner Zord ❖
- Mystic Dragon ❖
- Red Lion Wildzord ❖
- Ninja Zord ❖
- Animal Spirits ❖❖❖❖❖
- Mechazords ❖❖❖❖❖❖❖❖❖❖❖❖❖❖
- Mega Winger ❖
- Sea Megazord ◆◆◆◆◆❖❖❖
- Gosei Ultimate Command Ship/Gosei Ultimate Megazord ✶/◆◆◆◆◆
- Legendary S.P.D. Megazord ◆◆◆◆◆❖
- Legendary Mystic Force Megazord ◆◆◆◆◆❖
- Legendary Wild Force Megazord ◆◆◆❖
- Legendary Samurai Megazord ◆◆◆❖
- Legendary Ninja Megazord ◆◆◆◆◆❖
- Legendary RPM Megazord ◆◆◆❖
- Legendary In Space Megazord ◆❖
- Super Megaforce
- Earth Fights Back
- Power Rangers S.P.D. Tribute
- Blue Saber Saga
- Power Rangers Mystic Force Tribute
- A Lion's Alliance
- Power Rangers Wild Force Tribute
- Samurai Surprise
- Power Rangers Samurai Tribute
- Spirit of the Tiger
- Power Rangers Jungle Fury Tribute
- Silver Lining, Part 1
- Silver Lining, Part 2
- Power of Six
- The Perfect Storm
- Love Is In the Air
- United as One
- Power Rangers Dino Thunder Tribute
- The Grass is Always Greener... or Bluer
- Power Rangers Ninja Storm Tribute
- In the Driver's Seat
- Power Rangers RPM Tribute
- All Hail Prince Vekar
- Vrak is Back Part 1
- Vrak is Back Part 2
- Emperor Mavro
- The Wrath
- Legendary Battle
- This is the only anniversary season to feature a Green Ranger.
- There are several errors in the opening sequence. At the end before the logo appears, a montage of Ranger helmets appears. But some of them are wrong:
- SPD Yellow and Blue are mirror flipped, so the police badge is the wrong way around.
- SPD Red has holes on the mouthplate and on the black panel between the police badge and the visor. These are the breathing holes from the theme park version of the helmet.
- RPM Yellow and Blue are mirror flipped, meaning that the G symbol is backwards.
- This is the first season to incorporate Super Sentai Ranger suits whose counterparts did not previously appear in Power Rangers- Dairanger (not counting how the sixth Dairanger's suit was used), Flashman, Maskman, Changeman, and Fiveman for reasons that are not explained in-show.
- This is the first season to credit only the Rangers in the opening titles without any allies or villains.
- This is the only season of the Neo-Saban era not to have a holiday special.
- Similar to how Gokaiger had the Roman numeral for 35 (XXXV) in their transformation sequence, this season has the Roman numeral for 20 (XX), referencing the 20th anniversary for Power Rangers.
- This is the only season in Neo-Saban Era that does not have Halloween or Christmas episodes.