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It's difficult to define "groups" as a couple of the teams overlap a lot, or some actors leave the show and the role is re-casted. For Example, The Turbo Rangers are most of the Zeo Rangers, whom are most of the Mighty Morphing Power Rangers in the first place. Team 1 through 5 are slight cast, costume and setting changes, considered the Zordon Era. So it ...


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Short Answer: No, not really. Just watch whatever series/season you find interesting. Longer Answer: Disclaimer: I'm more familiar with the Power Rangers franchise than I am with the Super Sentai franchise. Each show in the Super Sentai (SS) series was produced as standalone. Although there are a few crossover episodes where characters from previous ...


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So, The Power Rangers are actually an American adaptation of a Japanese show called super sentai. They started releasing the English versions for american audiences in 1993 (MMPR) which was our first. In Japan, the equivalent was known as Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger, which was the 16th "Season" and group. Every time the original group switched suits was ...


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In the Operation Overdrive team-up "Once A Ranger", the Morphing Grid was damaged by the combined powers of Thrax, Flurious, Moltor, Miratrix, Kamdor, Mig, and Benglo. The grid was shown to have massive electric surges firing off inside. When the Sentinel Knight restored the Veteran Rangers' powers, it was shown that the only part of the grid that ...


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The Power Rangers Dino Thunder wiki page has this to say: Tommy (known often as Dr. O) himself joins the team as the Black Dino Ranger, and they are also later joined by Trent Mercer as the White Dino Ranger, with the powers of invisibility and camouflage, respectively. Trent must deal with the inner struggle of good and evil, as Tommy himself ...



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