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This article is about a/an toy company involved in the Power Rangers franchise.
Bandai Co., Ltd. (株式会社バンダイ Kabushiki-gaisha Bandai?) is a Japanese toy making and video game company, as well as the producer of a large number of plastic model kits. It is the world's third-largest producer of toys (after Mattel and Hasbro). Some ex-Bandai group companies produce anime and tokusatsu programs. Its headquarters is located in Taitō, Tokyo.

Bandai America is responsible for the primary releases of Power Rangers toys. These releases come a year or more after the original Super Sentai toys are released, in conjunction with the TV show airing. It does not limit itself to the US but distributes wherever Power Rangers is aired. In non-US territories (except in Latin America because Boing Toys, carries toys from Bandai America to countries known as Colombia and Venezuela), such as the UK or certain Asian countries, most toys that Bandai America leaves out, Bandai Asia steps in to release.

On February 15, 2018, it was announced that Power Rangers, Saban Brands and Bandai USA have mutually agreed not to renew their global Power Rangers master toy license agreement, effective April 2019.[1] The following morning at the New York Toy Fair, representatives at Hasbro announced that it would take Bandai's place as the distributor and manufacturer of Power Rangers toys worldwide, with the exception of Japan and parts of Asia where Super Sentai toys are sold.

Typical Bandai America releases


  • Total 63 Countries
  1. Argentina
  2. Australia
  3. Austria
  4. Bahrain
  5. Belgium
  6. Brazil
  7. Bulgaria
  8. Canada
  9. Chile
  10. Colombia
  11. Costa Rica
  12. Croatia
  13. Cyprus
  14. Czech Republic
  15. Denmark
  16. Ecuador
  17. El Salvador
  18. Finland
  19. France
  20. Germany
  21. Greece
  22. Guatemala
  23. Honduras
  24. Hungary
  25. Iceland
  26. India
  27. Indonesia
  28. Ireland
  29. Israel
  30. Italy
  31. Kuwait
  32. Lebanon
  33. Luxembourg
  34. Malta
  35. Mexico
  36. Netherlands
  37. New Zealand
  38. Nicaragua
  39. Norway
  40. Oman
  41. Pakistan
  42. Panama
  43. Peru
  44. Poland
  45. Portugal
  46. Qatar
  47. Romania
  48. Russia
  49. Saudi Arabia
  50. Serbia
  51. Singapore
  52. Slovakia
  53. Slovenia
  54. South Africa
  55. Spain
  56. Sweden
  57. Switzerland
  58. Turkey
  59. Ukraine
  60. United Arab Emirates
  61. United Kingdom
  62. United States
  63. Venezuela