Hey! You got your unremarkable civilians in my Megaranger!

Megaranger VS Carrrrrrrranger!

Hey! You got your unremarkable civilians in my Megaranger!



NOTE: We highly recommend watching Carranger before checking out this amazing movie. The folks over at Harorangers recently finished it.

So what happens when you take two of the best Sentai shows and throw them into one movie? Magic happens. Specifically space fairy magic. I firmly believe that is one of, if not, the best VS movies ever. Both teams blend together well, the dialogue is exactly what you expect from the two teams, and everything just fits together so well. It’s always great to see the Megaranger cast again, but it feels just as good to see Carranger again. If you haven’t seen Carranger, then you really owe it to yourself to check it out. Also if you don’t feel something during the end credits to this movie, then you have no soul whatsoever.

So sit back, grab some imo-yokan, and enjoy!


Gingaman VS Megaranger




Let me just say that it feels really good to be working on Megaranger once more and that it’s great seeing these characters again. This movie takes place after Gingaman and serves as an epilogue to both shows. It’s like seeing two sets of old friends you haven’t seen in a while. As a bonus, the Megarangers are all rocking that VS hair.

One fun fact is that the actress who played Shiborena in Mega (Asami Jou) is credited in this as Kamaya Yumi for whatever reason.

Gingaman 49-50 [END]

I wood take this chance to make one last wood pun, but I'm completly stumped for ideas.


Well, this is it. The final chapter of Gingaman. It’s been real fun working on this show, and we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did! Even though this is the final chapter, it’s far from the last page of the legend…

As for our next show, you won’t see what it is until after Ohranger is finished. But it’s gonna be a good one.

Ohranger 29



This is one of those episodes where as soon as you hit play you know exactly what you’re in for. You’re either going to love it, or silently weep in agony.

Fun Fact: Masao’s Mom is played by Miki Mikiko who played Commander Aya Odagiri in Jetman!