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Seijuu Sentai Gingaman (星獣戦隊ギンガマン Seijū Sentai Gingaman, translated into English as Starbeast Squadron Galaxyman) is Toei Company Limited's 22nd production of the Super Sentai television series. it joined Tetsuwan Tantei RobotackIcon-crosswiki. Its footage has been used in the American series Power Rangers Lost Galaxy. On July 22, 2017, it was announced that Shout! Factory has licensed Gingaman for distribution in North America.[1] It was released on January 30, 2018. This is the 7th Super Sentai series released on Region 1 DVD in North America.

The average ratings of the series was 7.9%.[2]

The main theme for Seijuu Sentai Gingaman uses various motifs of classical elements, such as pirates (for the main antagonists), horsemen, legendary elements (knights, warriors, etc.), and elements found in the older Sentai shows from the '70s and '80s.


"The Starbeasts: They are mysterious animals who fight for the sake of defending harmony in the Milky Way!"

3,000 years ago, the Balban space pirates invaded Earth. The Starbeasts and the first Gingaman, warriors of the Ginga Forest, fought them with the mystical power called Earth and eventually were able to imprison them. Subsequently, the Ginga people cloaked their forest within boundaries and passed on the duty of Ginga warriors through generations.

Hyuuga, Hayate, Gouki, Hikaru and Saya are chosen as the 133rd generation of warriors of the Starbeast Swords. Ryouma is very happy that his elder brother Hyuuga succeeds to the honorable title. While Elder Orghi holds the succession ceremony of the Starbeast Swords, an earthquake breaks the seal of Balban.

Orghi orders the 133rd generation of warriors to get the GingaBraces hidden in Roaring Mountain. However, the Balban attacks them to prevent the birth of the new Gingaman. During the battle, Hyuuga gets shallowed into a crack in the ground which Captain Zahab of the Balban created. Becoming enraged, Ryouma activates his Earth power and awakens the GingaBraces. The Gingaman fight together with the Starbeasts against the Balban, who desire to revive the Demon Beast Daitanix, on whose "corpse" they built their castle.




Gingaman (Team)


Gingaman Unmorphed

Civilian Gingamen

Main article: Gingamen
Designation Name Actor
GingaRed 132 predecessors Ryouma Kazuki Maehara
GingaGreen 132 predecessors Hayate Koji Sueyoshi
GingaBlue 132 predecessors Gouki Shoei
GingaYellow 132 predecessors Hikaru Nobuaki Takahashi
GingaPink 132 predecessors Saya Juri Miyazawa

Extra Heroes[]

Designation Name Actor
Black Knight BullBlackHyuuga Kōji OchiaiTeruaki Ogawa

Ginga Forest[]

Other Allies[]



Main article: Arsenal (Gingaman)

Transformation Devices[]





Main article: Mecha (Gingaman)
Main article: Mecha (Gingaman)

Starbeast System[]

Legend:◆ piloted mecha, ❖ auxiliary mecha, ➲ carrier mecha, ● other mecha; see Style Guide for rules on icon colors

Steel Starbeast System[]


Main article: Seijuu Sentai Gingaman Episodes

While only the second Sentai to use an episode count after Ohranger, this is the first to use a special nomenclature for the episodes, in this case having them called "Chapters". From this series, all Sentai, including those without nomenclatures for episode names, will have an episode count as part of their name.

All episode titles are a combination of two nouns in Japanese, connected by the Japanese character "no", where the first noun affects the second in the title.

  1. Chapter 1: The Legendary Blades (伝説の刃(やいば) Densetsu no Yaiba)
  2. Chapter 2: The Starbeasts' Return (星獣の再来 Seijū no Sairai)
  3. Chapter 3: The Earth's Wisdom (大地の知恵 Daichi no Chie)
  4. Chapter 4: The Earth's Heart (アースの心 Āsu no Kokoro)
  5. Chapter 5: The Sure-Kill Fangs (必殺の機刃(きば) Hissatsu no Kiba)
  6. Chapter 6: The Starbeasts' Crisis (星獣の危機 Seijū no Kiki)
  7. Chapter 7: Time of Revival (復活の時 Fukkatsu no Toki)
  8. Chapter 8: Love's Culinary (愛情の料理 Aijō no Ryōri)
  9. Chapter 9: Secret Kitten (秘密の子猫 Himitsu no Koneko)
  10. Chapter 10: The Wind's Flute (風の笛 Kaze no Fue)
  11. Chapter 11: A Warrior's Devotion (戦士の純情 Senshi no Junjō)
  12. Chapter 12: Nightmare Reunited (悪夢の再会 Akumu no Saikai)
  13. Chapter 13: Beast Attack Reversal (逆転の獣撃棒 Gyakuten no Jūgekibō)
  14. Chapter 14: Two Sayas (二人のサヤ Futari no Saya)
  15. Chapter 15: Terrifying Hiccups (恐怖のしゃっくり Kyōfu no Shakkuri)
  16. Chapter 16: Homeland of the Heart (心の故郷 Kokoro no Kokyō)
  17. Chapter 17: True Courage (本当の勇気 Hontō no Yūki)
  18. Chapter 18: The Mysterious Black Knight (謎の黒騎士 Nazo no Kuro Kishi)
  19. Chapter 19: The Vengeful Knight (復讐の騎士 Fukushū no Kishi)
  20. Chapter 20: The One-Man Battle (ひとりの戦い Hitori no Tatakai)
  21. Chapter 21: The Tomato's Trial (トマトの試練 Tomato no Shiren)
  22. Chapter 22: Appearance of Light (光の出現 Hikari no Shutsugen)
  23. Chapter 23: End of the Contest (争奪の果て Sōdatsu no Hate)
  24. Chapter 24: Budou's Tenacity (ブドーの執念 Budō no Shūnen)
  25. Chapter 25: The Black Knight's Determination (黒騎士の決意 Kuro Kishi no Ketsui)
  26. Chapter 26: Brothers of Flame (炎の兄弟 Honō no Kyōdai)
  27. Chapter 27: The Mummy's Allure (ミイラの誘惑 Miira no Yūwaku)
  28. Chapter 28: Papa's Sudden Change (パパの豹変 Papa no Hyōhen)
  29. Chapter 29: Dark Merchant (闇の商人 Yami no Shōnin)
  30. Chapter 30: The Steel StarBeasts (鋼の星獣 Hagane no Seijū)
  31. Chapter 31: Cursed Stone (呪いの石 Noroi no Ishi)
  32. Chapter 32: The Mobile Horse of Friendship (友情の機動馬 Yūjō no Kidō Uma)
  33. Chapter 33: Yearning for Saya (憧れのサヤ Akogare no Saya)
  34. Chapter 34: Invulnerable Iliess (不死身のイリエス Fujimi no Iriesu)
  35. Chapter 35: Gouki's Choice (ゴウキの選択 Gōki no Sentaku)
  36. Chapter 36: Invincible Haruhiko (無敵の晴彦 Muteki no Haruhiko)
  37. Chapter 37: Bucrates' Ambition (ブクラテスの野望 Bukuratesu no Yabō)
  38. Chapter 38: Hyuuga's Determination (ヒュウガの決断 Hyūga no Ketsudan)
  39. Chapter 39: The Heart's Massage (心のマッサージ Kokoro no Massāji)
  40. Chapter 40: The Monster of Sadness (哀しみの魔人 Kanashimi no Majin)
  41. Chapter 41: The Demon-Beast's Revival (魔獣の復活 Majū no Fukkatsu)
  42. Chapter 42: The Horrible Demon-Beast (戦慄の魔獣 Senritsu no Majū)
  43. Chapter 43: Legendary Footprints (伝説の足跡 Densetsu no Ikisaki)
  44. Chapter 44: Earth's Demon-Beast (地球の魔獣 Chikyū no Majū)
  45. Chapter 45: The Fairy's Tears (妖精の涙 Yōsei no Namida)
  46. Chapter 46: Winds of Rage (怒りの風 Ikari no Kaze)
  47. Chapter 47: The Demon's Scheme (悪魔の策略 Akuma no Sakuryaku)
  48. Chapter 48: Moak's End (モークの最期 Mōku no Saigo)
  49. Chapter 49: The Miraculous Mountain (奇跡の山 Kiseki no Yama)
  50. Final Chapter: Tomorrow's Legends (明日の伝説(レジェンド) Ashita no Rejendo)


  1. Seijuu Sentai Gingaman vs. Megaranger (星獣戦隊ギンガマンVSメガレンジャー Seijū Sentai Gingaman tai Megarenjā)
  2. Kyukyu Sentai GoGoFive vs. Gingaman (救急戦隊ゴーゴーファイブVSギンガマン Kyūkyū Sentai GōGō Faibu tai Gingaman)



Main article: Seijū Sentai Gingaman Soundtracks
Opening theme
Ending theme
  • "Naked Mind"
    • Artist: "Ryuu Kisami" (希砂未 竜 Kisami Ryū)
    • Alternate version of the main ending theme with English lyrics
Mecha themes
Insert themes
  • "Mugendai No Yuuki" (∞の勇気 Mugendai no Yūki, "Infinite Courage")
    • Artist: Kakishima Shinji (柿島 伸次 Shinji Kakishima)
Character themes


Main cast[]

Suit Actors[]

Stage Shows[]


Main article: Gingaman (Toyline)


  • Gingaman is the final Sentai season to air alongside a Metal Heroes series in the Super Hero Time block as the next year the Metal Heroes’ timeslot was given to Moero!! Robocon and then in 2000 to Kamen Rider Kuuga in which the timeslot has stayed ever since until October of 2017 where Uchuu Sentai Kyuranger and Kamen Rider Build changed timeslots after the Metele portion of the Sunday Morning Kids Time was taken off and replaced with Sunday Live, after Pretty Cure was moved from immediately after Rider (now, Sentai) to before the Super Hero Time block begins.
  • Gingaman is the last Sentai season to feature "-man" in the title.
  • Originally, Gingaman was planned to be called Seijuu Sentai Gaoranger. However, due to animation company Sunrise releasing Yuusha-Oh GaoGaiGar at the same time, Toei felt that they could be sued for the similar name and premise; therefore, the name of the series changed. Gaoranger would ultimately be the name of the 2001 Sentai and would feature a homage to GaoGaiGar in the form of GaoKing.
    • It was also at one point going to be called Seijuu Sentai Bioranger, though this was scrapped due to it sounding too similar to Bioman.[3]
  • This is the first Super Sentai series to change the episode title from Ep to Chapter.
  • In the English version of the opening theme, the series name is translated as Galactic Warriors Gingaman.
Seijuu Sentai Gingaman The Complete Series

Gingaman DVD box set

  • The initial airing of this series retconned Chouriki Sentai Ohranger taking place in its year of broadcast instead of 1999, as the next season, GoGoFive, would take place in the year 1999.
  • this was the last Sentai Season to have illustrated/anime eyecatches before and after the commercial break.
  • Gingaman is the last Sentai Shigenori Takatera would be producer for.

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