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Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger[1][2][3] (獣電戦隊キョウリュウジャー, Jūden Sentai Kyōryūjā, translated as Electrobeast Squadron Dinosaurger) is the title of the 37th entry in the Super Sentai series.

It replaced Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters, and joined Kamen Rider Wizard as part of the Super Hero Time block on TV Asahi.

Story

"Dinosaurs plus humans. Crossing over billions of years to protect the world, History's strongest brave team has now appeared! You'll be surprised when you hear!"
―Narrator[src]

Long ago, in the time of the dinosaurs, the Earth was invaded by an alien menace called Deboss, the leader of an invasion army. On the verge of extinction, some of the dinosaurs are transformed into ZyuDenRyu and seal Deboss and his forces in ice.

Now, in the modern world, the Deboss Army have thawed and now intend to commence the mass extinction of humanity while thawing their still frozen leader. But having prepared for it, Wise God Torin gathers the only people capable of helping the ZyuDenRyu stop the Deboss Army: "the People of the Strong Dragons" (強き竜の者, Tsuyoki Ryū no Mono), which has been shortened to "Kyoryugers"(キョウリュウジャー(強・竜・者), Kyōryūjā (Kyō・Ryū・Sha).[4]

Characters

Kyoryugers

Kyoryuunmorphed

The Kyoryugers unmorphed.

Kyoryumorphed

The Kyoryugers in suits.

Main article: Kyoryugers
Designation Role Actor
Kyoryu Red Daigo Kiryu[5][6] Ryo Ryusei
Kyoryu Black Ian Yorkland[7] Syuusuke Saito
Kyoryu Blue Nobuharu Udo Yamato Kinjo
Kyoryu Green Souji Rippukan Akihisa Shiono
Kyoryu Pink Amy Yuuzuki Ayuri Konno
Kyoryu Gold Utsusemimaru[8] Atsushi Maruyama

Other Kyoryuger

Designation Role Actor
Kyoryu Cyan Ramirez Robert Baldwin

Allies

Kamen Rider Wizard Haruto SoumaIcon-crosswiki
Kamen Rider Beast Kosuke NitohIcon-crosswiki

Civilians

Villains

Arsenal

Main article: Arsenal (Kyoryuger)

Transformation Devices/Sidearms

Multi-Use Devices

  • Zyudenchi for use with MoBuckle

Individual Weapons and Team Weapon

Communication Devices

Vehicles


Mecha

Kyoryubeasts

The Kyoryugers with their ZyuDenRyu companions.

Eleven Zyudenryu

The Ten Great Zyudenryu & Zyudenryu Tobaspino

During the Deboss Army's centuries-long attack, twenty four prehistoric animals obtained the power to fight the invaders. Ten of them were the dinosaurs that were modified to become the Ten Great Zyudenryu (十大獣電竜 Jūdai Jūdenryū) while thirteen were modified to become the Guardians. However, in the aftermath of the Army's defeat, the Guardians were killed and half of the Ten Great Zyudenryu (Pteragordon, Ankydon, Bunpachy, Plezuon, and Bragigas) were lost, while the remaining members stood watch, should the Deboss Army return.

Zyudenryu System

Legend:◆ piloted mecha, ● other

The Guardians

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Stymero, Allomerus, and Deinochaser before they were killed.

The Guardians (ガーディアンズ Gādianzu) are lesser Zyudenryu who supported the Ten Great Zyudenryu during their fight against the Deboss Army. In a flashback from Torin, several forms of the Guardians were shown before they were killed by Gadoma and their spiritual forms was saved by Bragigas' tears. With their spiritual forms turned into small amber stones, their spirits continue to aid the Kyoryugers as part of their arsenal.

The fossilized remains of the thirteen Guardians, the Secret Stones, were revealed to be the key to obtain Bragigas.

  1. Zyudenryu Deinochaser (Deinochaser)
  1. Zyudenryu Deinosgrander (Deinosgrander)
  1. Zyudenryu Kentrospiker (Kentrospiker)
  1. Zyudenryu Stymero (Stymero)
  1. Zyudenryu Allomerus (Allomerus)
  1. Zyudenryu Beyonsmo (Beyonsmo)
  1. Zyudenryu Ovirappoo (Ovirappoo)
  1. Zyudenryu Igeranodon (Igeranodon)
  1. Zyudenryu Tuperanda (Tuperanda)
  1. Zyudenryu Gurumonite (Gurumonite)
  1. Zyudenryu Archenolon (Archenolon)
  1. Zyudenryu Pukuptor (Pukuptor)
  1. Zyudenryu Futabain (Futabain)


Episodes

Main article: Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger Episodes

The episodes in this Sentai season are called "Braves" (ブレイブ Bureibu) with the numberings in Japanese, and the titles are written in a combination of hiragana and katakana formatting, much in the same vein of Engine Sentai Go-Onger, which combined kanji and katakana formatting.

The first word in the episode title is a one word exclamation, similar in style to titles of Gorenger, J.A.K.Q. or Megaranger.

  1. Brave 1: He's Here! The Bright Red King (でたァーッ! まっかなキング Detā! Makka na Kingu)
  2. Brave 2: Gaburincho! Biting Combination (ガブリンチョ! カミツキがったい Gaburincho! Kamitsuki Gattai)
  3. Brave 3: It's Going to Get Wild! The Slashing Brave (あれるぜ! ざんげきのブレイブ Areruze! Zangeki no Bureibu)
  4. Brave 4: Missed Shot! The Gaburivolver of Courage (うちぬけ!ゆうきのガブリボルバー Uchinuke! Yūki no Gaburiborubā)
  5. Brave 5: Boom! The Cavities of Ankydon (ドゴォーン!ムシバのアンキドン Dogōn! Mushiba no Ankidon)
  6. Brave 6: Stop! Sing, Candelilla (ストップ!うたうキャンデリラ Sutoppu! Utau Kyanderira)
  7. Brave 7: Angry! Daigo's in Big Trouble (いかれ!ダイゴのだいピンチ Ikare! Daigo no Dai Pinchi)
  8. Brave 8: Where Are We? Break Through the Depression (ココドコ?めいろをぶっとばせ Kokodoko? Meiru wo Buttobase)
  9. Brave 9: Very Strong! Pteraiden-Oh (メチャつよ!プテライデンオー Mecha Tsuyo! Puteraiden'ō)
  10. Brave 10: Zandar! Gold Revives (ザンダーッ!ゴールドふっかつ Zandā! Gōrudo Fukkatsu)
  11. Brave 11: Utchi! How Cool (ウッチー!クールでござる Utchī! Kūru-de gozaru)
  12. Brave 12: Attack! The King and I (ブットバッソ!せっしゃとキングどの Buttobasso! Sessha to Kingu-dono)
  13. Brave 13: Snip! Protect the Missing Heart (ジャキリーン!ハートをまもりぬけ Jakirīn! Hāto o Mamorinuke)
  14. Brave 14: Oh No! Spirit Base (あぶなァーい!スピリットベース Abunaāi! Supiritto Bēsu)
  15. Brave 15: How Irritating! Dogold's Ambition (はらただしいぜッ!ドゴルドのやぼう Haratadashī ze! Dogorudo no Yabō)
  16. Brave 16: Digging! My Treasure (モグモグーン!おれのたからもの Mogumogūn! Ore no Takaramono)
  17. Brave 17: So Serious! Kyoryu Gray (ガチだぜ!キョウリュウグレー Gachi da ze! Kyōryū Gurē)
  18. Brave 18: Caught! Kung-Fu Finishing Strike (つかんだッ!カンフーひっさつけん Tsukan da! Kanfū Hissatsuken)
  19. Brave 19: Kyawaeen! The Stolen Family (キャワイーン!うばわれたファミリー Kyawaīn! Ubawareta Famirī)
  20. Brave 20: Unlucky! Tanabata's Windfall (アンラッキュー!タナバタのタナボタ Anrakkyū! Tanabata no Tanabota)
  21. Brave 21: Zoom! Plezuon's Back (ズオーン!かえってきたプレズオ Zuōn! Kaettekita Purezuon)
  22. Brave 22: It Can't be! Deboth Revived (ま・さ・か!デーボスふっかつ Ma・Sa・Ka! Dēbosu Fukkatsu)
  23. Brave 23: Stand! Bakuretsu Kyoryuzin (たてッ!バクレツキョウリュウジン Tate! Bakuretsu Kyōryūjin)
  24. Brave 24: Burn! The Seven Kyoryugers (もえる!7にんのキョウリュウジャー Moeru! Shichinin no Kyōryūjā)
  25. Brave 25: What's This! The Nightmare of the Deboth Army (ナニコレ!デーボスぐんのあくむ Nani Kore! Dēbosu Gun no Akumu)
  26. Brave 26: Surprise! The Gabutyra Human (ビックリ!ガブティラにんげん Bikkuri! Gabutira Ningen)
  27. Brave 27: O Matsurincho! Red's Super Evolution (オ・マツリンチョ! レッドちょうしんか O Matsurincho! Reddo Chō Shinka)
  28. Brave 28: Oh Torin! The 100 Million Year-Old Grudge (ああトリン! 1おくねんのうらみ Aa Torin! Ichi-oku-nen no Urami)
  29. Brave 29: Great Clash! Carnival Dances (だいげきとつ! おどれカーニバル Dai Gekitotsu! Odore Kānibaru)
  30. Brave 30: Hand it Over! The Guardians’ Fragment (てにいれろ! ガーディアンズのかけら Te ni Irero! Gādīansu no Kakera)
  31. Brave 31: Vaacance! The Eternal Holiday (バーカンス! えいえんのホリデー Bākansu! Eien no Horidē)
  32. Brave 32: Victory! The Sports Game (ビクトリー! スポーツしょうぶだ Bikutorī! Supōtsu Shōbu da)
  33. Brave 33: Maximum! I Will Protect the Lady (マキシマム!レディはおれがまもる Makishimamu! Redi wa Ore ga Mamoru)
  34. Brave 34: Resurrection! Bragigas' Arrival (ふっかつ!ブラギガスしゅつげん Fukkatsu! Buragigasu Shutsugen)
  35. Brave 35: Super Awesome! Gigant Kyoryuzin (チョーすげえッ!ギガントキョウリュウジン Chō Sugee! Giganto Kyōryūjin)
  36. Brave 36: Giga Gaburincho! The Silver Miracle (ギガガブリンチョ! きせきのシルバー Giga Gaburincho! Kiseki no Shirubā)
  37. Brave 37: Revenge! The Ghost Deboth Army (リベンジ!ゆうれいデーボスぐん Ribenji! Yūrei Dēbosu Gun)
  38. Brave 38: Love Touch! The Most Beautiful Zorima (らぶタッチ! うつくしすぎるゾーリま Rabu Tatchi! Utsukushi-sugiru Zōrima)
  39. Brave 39: Full Array! The Ten Great Kyoryu Powers (せいぞろい! 10だいキョウリュウパワー Seizori! Jūdai Kyōryū Pawā)
  40. Brave 40: Good and Cool! It's Tough Being an Old Man (グッとくーる!オッサンはつらいよ Gutto Kūru! Ossan wa Tsurai yo)
  41. Brave 41: Yanasanta! Deboth's World War (ヤナサンタ!デーボスせかいけっせん Yanasanta! Dēbosu Sekai Kessen)
  42. Brave 42: Wonderful! Christmas of Justice (ワンダホー!せいぎのクリスマス Wandahō! Seigi no Kurisumasu)
  43. Brave 43: The Blade of the Soul! Roar, Streizer (たましいのつるぎ!うなれストレイザー Tamashī no Tsurugi! Unare Sutoreizā)
  44. Brave 44: Chaos Smiles! The Countdown of Destruction (わらうカオス! はめつのカウントダウン Warau Kaosu! Hametsu no Kauntodaun)
  45. Brave 45: It Can't Be, Dad! Silver's End (うそだろオヤジ!シルバーのさいご Uso Daro Oyaji! Shirubā no Saigo)
  46. Brave 46: Great Duel! The Attack of Tears and Love (だいけっとう! アイとなみだのいちげき Dai Kettō! Ai to Namida no Ichigeki)
  47. Brave 47: The Great Counterattack! The Greatest Final Brave (だいはんげき!さいだいさいごのブレイブ Dai Hangeki! Saidai Saigo no Bureibu)
  48. Brave Final: Great Explosion! Goodbye, Kyoryuger (だいばくはつ!さよならキョウリュウジャー Dai Bakuhatsu! Sayonara Kyōryūjā)

Movies

  1. Kamen Rider × Super Sentai × Space Sheriff: Super Hero Taisen ZIcon-crosswiki (仮面ライダー×スーパー戦隊×宇宙刑事 スーパーヒーロー大戦Z Kamen Raidā × Sūpā Sentai × Uchū Keiji: Supā Hīrō Taisen Zetto)
  2. Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger: Gaburincho of Music (劇場版 獣電戦隊キョウリュウジャー Gekijōban Jūden Sentai Kyōryūjā Gaburincho Obu Myūjikku)
  3. Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger vs. Go-Busters: Dinosaur Great Battle! Farewell, Eternal Friends (獣電戦隊キョウリュウジャーVSゴーバスターズ 恐竜大決戦! さらば永遠の友よ Jūden Sentai Kyōryūjā tai Gōbasutāzu: Kyōryū Daisakusen! Saraba Eien no Tomo yo)
  4. Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger Returns: 100 YEARS AFTER (帰ってきた獣電戦隊キョウリュウジャー: 100 YEARS AFTER Kaettekita Jūden Sentai Kyōryūjā: Handoreddo Iyāzu Afutā)
  5. Ressha Sentai ToQger vs. Kyoryuger: The Movie (烈車戦隊トッキュウジャーVSキョウリュウジャーTHE MOVIE Ressha Sentai Tokkyūjā tai Kyōryūjā Za Mūbī)
  6. Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Chou Super Hero Taisen (仮面ライダー×スーパー戦隊: 超スーパーヒーロー大戦 Kamen Raidā × Supā Sentai Chō Supā Hīrō Taisen)

Specials

  1. Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger: It's Here! Armed On Midsummer Festival!! (獣電戦隊キョウリュウジャー でたァーッ!まなつのアームド・オンまつり! Jūden Sentai Kyōryūjā Detā! Manatsu no Āmudo On Matsuri!!)
  2. Kyoryuger & Super Sentai: It's Getting Wild! Dinosaur Encyclopedia DVD (キョウリュウジャー&スーパー戦隊 あれるぜ! キョウリュウ大図鑑DVD Kyōryūjā & Sūpā Sentai: Areru Ze! Kyōryū Daizukan DVD)
  3. Brave 33.5: This is Brave! Battle Frontier (これぞブレイブ!たたかいのフロンティア Korezo Bureibu! Tatakai no furontia)[9]


Main cast

Recurring allies

Suit actors

Songs

Opening theme
Ending theme

Notes

  • This is the first season without a Yellow Ranger since Dengeki Sentai Changeman.
    • This is also the first season that has a Gold Ranger without a Yellow Ranger teammate.
    • When adapted for Power Rangers, it will be the first season without a Yellow Ranger, since JAKQ Dengekitai, Battle Fever J, and Changeman were never adapted.
    • After the airing of the first episode producer Takahito Omori explained that the omission of a Yellow Ranger was due to the perception that kids would see a male Yellow Ranger as feminine.[11]
  • At least 24 Beast Batteries will be used in the series.[12]
  • This series brings back two elements that were previously integral parts of Super Sentai but were omitted from recent series:
    • The first series since Magiranger to use subtitles when a new character or mecha is introduced.
    • The first series since Goseiger to use an eyecatch for the midpoint break. Gokaiger and Go-Busters instead had their logo appear in the corner of the screen prior to and just after commercial breaks.
  • This series is the first series where the villain's base is located in the South Pole.
  • This is the first season since Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger to start off with four male Rangers and one female Ranger.
    • Engine Sentai Go-Onger doesn't count since while it is technically considered a five-person team, it still started with three members.
  • This is the second season to have a male Ranger with a light blue suit; the first is Ninja Sentai Kakuranger.
  • This is the fifth of the last six series to feature some sort of transfermation device, this time in the form of Beast Batteries

References

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