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Everyone else is making one of these posts so we might as well.

We’re probably moving everything to Anidex so naturally this means any torrent links on older posts won’t work anymore. I’ll probably update this post at some point with a link to the new torrents, but for now just keep calm.

If you really need Dynaman right now it’s available in this MEGA folder.

EDIT: Everything should be up. You can find the new torrents here:

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A list of magnet links can be found in this pastebin


Goseiger Last Epic Blu-Ray



It’s been fun going back to our older releases and bringing them up to our current standards. Goseiger was always a special show to me so needless to say I enjoyed watching  this again and I hope you enjoy it too. Goseiger doesn’t always get the love it deserves, but it means a lot to us.

This marks the last of the blu-ray re-releases. Now it’s time to go back to our regularly scheduled programming.


Goseiger 45-50 + Last Epic

It's a miracle


FULL BATCH TORRENT (1-16 have been redone and slightly tweaked)

RAWS FOR SUPER SENTAI VS THEATER (We won’t be subbing this, just enjoy them)

FINAL MONSTER FILE (Massive Spoilers)


Here we are. The end of the show! We’re sorry if we made you wait too long, but this show is, work wise, probably the most intensive thing we’ve done. Lot’s of editing and monster notes had to be done, and double checking was a must. Please understand.

In this final arc, we see BladeRun taking center stage as the main villain.  I think he might just be one of the favorite villains (I think I say this for every show we do, but it’s true). The monsters in this arc are all based on movies that got turned into books. Ever thought you’d see a Harry Potter Unicorn beat up some Angels? Well now you can! This is where everything in the show comes together.  All these little plot points join together to form a very entertaining finale. As is Gosei tradition I’ll list out a random thought about each episode:

45: Traditional New Year’s recap, but makes you think a lot about the story. And I’m sure it’ll be useful for most of you. Don’t skip it.

46: ALL THIS PLOT! Also Landics!

47: MORE PLOT! Also a Seaic

48: If anyone ever tells you that Alata is a wimp, you yell at them really loudly until you glow and then you punch that person in the face! Alata is a stone cold badass. (I expect webm’s of this episode!)

49: Alata continues to be a stone cold badass


Last Epic: My advice is to watch this a few days to a week after finishing the series. Originally it was released a few months after the show ended, so give it just enough time to let the TV series sink into your brain. Also, be on the lookout for some obvious Gekiranger references and suit actor cameos.

It feels really great to be done with this show and I’m glad I had the chance to sub one of my first Sentai series. I really want to thank everyone for the nice comments we received while subbing this show. I know a lot of people who said they hated Goseiger until they watched our subtitles. To me, that says a lot about how the style of words and translation can have an overall effect on a show and I’m glad we were able to shed some light on a show that many considered to be trash. If you’ve seen Goseiger before, then I hope you enjoyed going through it again. This was about my third-ish time through it, and it was just as good in my opinion. If you’re about to start it then I recommend not reading as much as you can about this show, and just go in blind. I know by now most of Goseiger has probably been spoiled, but I’d like to believe that there’s a few things left to be found on a first watch through. As always, I’m incredibly thankful to the MFC team for working together on this show. You guys are the best. And the usual thanks go to Kou, and Lynx. I don’t think anyone else could have translated Gosei as well as you guys could. And finally, thanks to Alkaid, you really don’t get the thanks you deserve.

Oh, and thanks to the great pile of rock known as Australia for all the download numbers. I don’t know what Kangaroos want with Goseiger, but I hope they like it!


Goseiger, Megaranger, and Zyuranger are not only my three favorite Sentai shows, but also my three Sentai Firsts (First Livewatch, First Fansub, and First Overall Sentai) and now we’ve subbed all three. Personally, everything after this is just gravy for me.  Delicious galactic gravy.


Goseiger 33-44

Christmas Miracle!



Surprise! You thought we were all done for the year, huh? Well as everyone knows you save the biggest Christmas present for last. I’m sure some of you were expecting the entire rest of the show, but unfortunately you’ll have to make due with just the third arc. Luckily it’s pretty awesome. Our enemies this time are all robots! Could this arc get any better than that? I’ll do a quick rundown of the episodes as per usual, then Lynxara has some things to talk about. And as always the Monster File has been updated with all the new monsters. Have a Merry Christmas everyone!

Epic 33: Robots, and Evil Robocop. Brilliant.

Epic 34: Asimov, and Carl Sagan watered down for Sunday TV.

Epic 35: It only took 35 episodes to figure out who the leader is!


Epic 37: Pretty Guardian GoseiYellow! Also, things with Diet in the name can’t be good for you.

Epic 38: This episode is simply WONDERful

Epic 39:  “Wait a minute, Doc. Ah… Are you telling me that you built a time machine… out of a Matroid?”

Epic 40: 1.21 GIGAWATTS!

Epic 41: This is, quite possibly, the saddest thing I’ve seen next to “those” episodes of Zyuranger.

Epic 42: Gosei gets it’s seventh member indeed!

Epic 43: GoseiKnight proceeds to be amazing

Epic 44: You gonna get scrapped!


The third arc of Goseiger introduces the Matrintis, a “robot empire” villain faction whose names are all based on science fiction films once again. Rather than the first arc’s “alien invasion” film focus, the third arc focuses on films about robots, cyborgs, and artificial intelligences. Generally, this story arc is better about sticking to its movie theme motif than the last one, perhaps in part due to it being a bit shorter.

The term the Matrintis uses for humans is jinrui, which the subtitles render as “humanity.” As mentioned in the notes for the second story arc, each Goseiger villain faction uses a different word for referring to human beings, which usually reflects upon that faction’s point of view.

The Matrintis’s underwater base is called Terminal, and named in homage to the original 1984 Terminator film. Likewise, the faction’s name is also a movie reference, combining the name of the mythical lost underwater city Atlantis with the title of the 1999 film The Matrix. Both Terminator and The Matrix have plots that concern a dystopian world in which robots have conquered the human race.

[MFC-OT] Goseiger VS Shinkenger! Epic on the Silver Screen

Samurai Sentai Goseiger


Surprise! Consider this a little taste of what’s to come. Even though this movie came out in January 2011 it actually fits in perfectly between episodes 33 and 34 so we figured it would be best to release it before the next batch. Out of all he Sentai crossovers I personally think this one is one of the best. If you haven’t seen Shinkenger yet then there are some major spoilers in here (if you’ve seen Gokaiger’s Shinkenger episode though you should know one of these spoilers). Consider that your warning. Big thanks to ShinkenAnon and Over-Time for working with us on this movie. Grab some popcorn, enjoy, and look forward to part 3 of Goseiger! Coming Soon-ish.

[MFC] Tensou Sentai Goseiger 17-32 + Movie





We’re back with the complete second arc of Goseiger! This time around our heroes go from fighting aliens to fighting cryptids and movie monsters. This arc is when Goseiger starts to hit its stride and gets really good. On my first watch I didn’t find the UMA to be all that interesting and I much preferred the WarStar. This time around I’ve found the UMA to hold their own and actually be rather interesting villains. They’re a cool band of monsters, and their suit designs are just as top notch as the WarStar’s. I especially like King-Gon’s suit, mostly because it gets pretty obvious that they stopped brushing his fur down as the episodes go on. It really adds to his bigfoot-esque appearance in my opinion. If you’re really craving some more WarStar though then fear not, because we’ve included the very awesome ‘Epic on the Movie’ in this batch.

Epic on the Movie was Goseiger’s summer film. It runs about 30 minutes so it’s really more like another episode of the show, but with the budget of a movie. Epic was released on August 7, 2010 alongside the equally epic Kamen Rider W A to Z: The Gaia Memories of Destiny. That places it between episodes 24 and 25, but we recommend watching it in between episodes 21 and 22, or in between 22 and 23. Watching it between 21-22 and 23-24 would be a slight problem, since the ends of those episodes each have a little teaser for the next one.

We used a Blu Ray raw for Epic and it looks incredible! There’s tons of detail in this film, and I really do mean it. The mecha fight is just amazing! There’s all these little billboards, and signs, and cars that just add so much detail to the scene. To top it off you have actual, real, non CG, explosions going off while the two suits brawl. Throw in one of my favorite Sentai movie mecha and you’ve got one hell of a fight. The rest of the movie is just as awesome, but the mecha fight is the sweet icing on the cake that is the visual treat known as Epic on the Movie. Grab some popcorn, and the theatrical cut of W A to Z and have yourself a double feature. Also the WarStar Monster File has been updated to show the monsters from the Movie.

Now I’m gonna go through each episode one by one, just like I did last time and give a short thought about it.


Epic 18: This episode in an overly literal nutshell (Go watch this movie btw)

Epic 19: Ninja Sentai Kakuranger VS Goseiger! …kinda. Not really. It should be though!

Epic 20: Love is a battlefield!

Epic 21: Eri-don looks incredibly delicious. Also there’s lot’s of cooking, and an amazing monster fight. Eri is best Goseiger, but not best cook.


Epic 23: Best watched on a hot summer day with no air conditioning on. Or, with the air condition on so you can laugh at everyone in this episode. Your choice.

Epic 24: SUPAH!

Epic 25: Moune gets all nostalgic.

Epic 26: Manzai and old guy puns everywhere! A real treat for you Nossan lovers. This episode gave me a burning hatred of manzai though. Also Alata “Get’s”


Epic 28: Amachi steals the show. He really is the best Dad.

Epic 29: All according to keikaku

Epic 30: Move aside Wizard ’cause Eri is all the hope you need!

Epic 31: Don’t open suspicious letters

Epic 32: Gavan+Ultraman+Goseiger

Epic on the Movie: It’s a WONDERfully EPIC movie. Everything is just amazing.

I hope you all enjoy this batch of episodes, and when Goseiger comes back things are gonna get a little mechanical. You better brush up on your robot movies in the meantime.


This second arc of Goseiger is most typically called the UMA arc, after the name of the villain faction for the piece. As you can see from this arc’s cheat sheet, the monster references  for this arc becomes both more complex and a bit less consistent. The theme of this arc is meant to be “monster panic” movies. A “monster panic” movie is essentially any film that concerns people who are disturbed or upset by the existence, or possible existence, of some strange creature. What the creature turns out to be is less relevant than the panic it causes. As you’ll see from the cheat sheet, though, some of the films are stretching the premise a bit.


Monsters in the UMA arc have a few features that are distinct to their faction. UMA monsters generally add a single kanji to their name. While the kanji themselves do have a connection to the monster’s gimmick, it’s usually rather superfluous. In translating names,we gave priority to expressing the movie title references. Bladerun’s name does change to incorporate a kanji, so we write the character’s name somewhat differently in this story arc. You may notice that all UMA monsters have a hyphen placed somewhere in their names, so Bladerun becomes Blade-Run. Monsters in the next arc of the series will change their name scheme yet again.


A handful of the UMA monster names also double as full phrases. This only applies to a select few of them, though. In the cases where a monster’s name also has meaning a phrase, a translation is supplied in the cheat sheet notes for that  monster.


The UMA consistently refer to humanity as “hito,” rather than as Earthlings (chikyuujin) as the Warstar did or Humans (ningen) as the Goseigers and GoseiKnight do. While “hito” most commonly is just another word for human or person, it’s also the name given to the human species, i.e. homo sapiens. To emphasize the other-ness of the UMA and the way each faction uses its own term for humanity,  we decided to render this term as “sapiens” where it was used. “Humanoids” and “Hominids” were also considered, but all of the UMA are technically humanoid. Some such as Kin-Gong are actually classified as hominid by cryptozoologists. Both terms seemed to be a little awkward.


The major McGuffin of the UMA arc is a device we’ve called the Ellrai Box. Its name references the 1987  film Hellraiser. The plot of Hellraiser centers around a puzzle box. When solved, the box opens a portal to another realm, where the terrifying Cenobites live. As for how this relates to the Ellrai Box, well… you’ll just need to watch the show. (And watch Hellraiser if you haven’t, it’s a good movie.)

[MFC] Tensou Sentai Goseiger 1-16





We never set out to do a Goseiger re-release. It just sort of… happened. While KouAidou was translating Zyuranger, she was also retranslating certain episodes of Goseiger. She never expected to release them, or fully retranslate the show, because she thought nobody would really be interested. Except I was. I LOVE Goseiger, I really do. I got into Super Sentai right about the time when Goseiger started airing so, naturally, I wanted to watch the currently airing show while I was watching Zyuranger. At first, I was incredibly disappointed. I hated this show a lot. Nothing clicked with me besides the amazing opening song. But I kept watching and sometime around episode 8 or 9 I really got into it. Subbing the second Sentai I ever saw while subbing the first Sentai I ever saw was pure coincidence, but an awesome one nonetheless. We even decided to create our own group for this, and for our other future projects. Unlike Zyu where we released an episode or two weekly, we’ve decided that with Gosei we’re going to do it by arcs. A little change of pace never hurt.

There’s a lot of things in Gosei that make it enjoyable, at least to me. I really love the stuntwork in this show and I think the suit actors did a damn good job portraying the Goseigers. The monster designs are just great, and I really like a lot of them. Not just the important villains (Drekk’s suit is awesome though) but the regular monsters of the week too. You’ll notice that most of the monsters in this show have actual moving mouths. That might not seem like a big deal but, a lot of Sentai shows don’t have something so basic in their monster suits and I think it makes Gosei’s suits stand apart. Another great thing is the mecha fights which IMO are just fantastic. There’s a lot of little details in the model city (Like in the movie where there’s a tiny BandaiNamco sign on a building) and you can even see model cars and sometimes the inside of buildings. The set designers just went all out when it came to the robot battles. Even the camera angles are different from other Sentai.

While Gosei is no different than any other post 2000 show in that it likes to spam CGI whenever it can, it also uses a lot of practical effects. Episode 2 has a great mecha scene that is mostly made up of actual models. GoseiGreat’s Victory Strike attack is an actual prop sword that they lit on fire. It’s real fire! No CG! And we all know how much Toei loves its CGI fire. Practical effects are on of the reasons I love Toku so much. I really think that Gosei does a lot of different things than most Sentai that came both before and after. It’s a really unique show. It does have its bumpy parts though but hey, Nobody’s Perfect.

The fandom’s current opinion on Gosei isn’t all that positive (neither was their opinion on Zyu until a little more than half a year ago), but don’t let that influence you! Give it a chance (or for some of you, another chance). If you hate it, then at least you tried it and that’s all I ask. If you like it, then congrats! If you’ve seen it before, or even just finished it (I’ve seen those posts on 4chan) then consider giving it a rewatch. It might just change your opinion.

Also, to those of you who are sitting at your computers all pissed off right now because we decided to do this and not an unsubbed show well, I want you to take a look at our group name and think Mega hard about where we got that name from.

The problem with these big batch release is that I really don’t get the chance to go over the episodes in detail. So I’m gonna quickly list a few things I like from my favorite episodes:

Epic 2: Dat mecha sequence!

Epic 3: Dat snow fight!

Epic 4: Do-Re-Mi-Fa-Sol-La-Ti-BAM!

Epic 5: Social commentary!

Epic 6: Training!

Epic 8: Everything. Just everything.

Epic 9: As a male, this episode makes me feel really uncomfortable. Also, ULTIMATE DINOSAUR TRICK!

Epic 10: DekaGreen!


Epic 12: Everything.

Epic 13: BWAAAAAAAAH! GWAAAAAAAH! Also, the greatest miracle of all time! (Your opinion may vary)

Epic 14: Doggie Kruger as a monster who’s named after Stargate.

Epic 15: Dat Colony Drop, Dat Mecha fight, all around awesome

Epic 16: Alata. Total badass.

Now I’m going to turn this over to Lynxara:


Goseiger Monster Guide

Translating a show weekly, as it comes out, is a very different process than working on a show that is already complete. When translating a show weekly, there is an extent to which even the best possible staff will be flying by the seat of their pants, and making educated guesses about anything that isn’t obvious.

In most shows, this will turn out fine. Goseiger, though, had a major writing feature that even Japanese fans didn’t figure out until the show had been on the air for about two months. Prior English translations do not take this aspect of the writing into account, and honestly probably couldn’t without changing translation style mid-stream.

Every episode of Goseiger is a reference to a movie. Each monster of the week is based on a movie, as are all of the recurring villains. About nine times out of ten, that movie is a pretty famous Hollywood movie, though it might be one that got weirdly retitled for its Japanese release.

Generally, every monster does something or has an ability that directly references what happened in the film it’s based on. Some of the references are subtle and require having seen the film to figure out. Others are pretty blatant and simplistic. A handful are forced, at best.

Usually, the monster’s name is based on a film’s Japanese name. To make the movie references easier to spot, we’ve translated the monster names so they reference English titles, in cases where they are different. Most of these names are fairly obvious if you’re familiar with the film in question.

Since Goseiger references a number of older films, though, we’ve decided to construct a “cheat sheet” that outlines all of the basic information about each monster, the movie it references, and how the reference appears in the show. We also threw in some entirely unnecessary extra stuff that we thought might be funny or interesting to someone.

You should have no problem understanding what goes on in Goseiger without keeping track of every single movie reference outlined in the cheat sheet. That said, knowing the movie references can add an extra layer to the show’s better episodes, and can help make clear what the not-so-good episodes were probably supposed to be about. The cheat sheet is really just there so you can figure out a bit more about where the show’s writers were coming from.

For this particular story arc of Goseiger, the Warstar arc, all of the monsters are based on sci-fi films that embody the themes “space exploration” and “otherworldly visitors.” This is meant to fit in with the idea of the Warstar as a take on the “alien invader” type of Sentai villain.

Future arcs will also use monsters based on different types of films, though broadly the series sticks to effects-heavy genre films of various sorts. The monsters, the B.B.s, are based on the general concept of “B movies.” Most of the films referenced in Goseiger could be broadly viewed as B movies, though there’s a few obvious exceptions.

Will the movie references change your opinion of Goseiger? Probably not, honestly. But if you did like something about the original show, you may find knowing a bit more enhances your enjoyment. If you haven’t seen the show at all yet, or if you want to see how it’s different from Megaforce, then we hope the extra info adds something to the experience.