|This article is about a/an villain in Power Rangers Lost Galaxy.|
Captain Mutiny is a space pirate and self-purported ruler of The Lost Galaxy. Mutiny first appeared toward the end of Lost Galaxy's run as the leader of a villainous crew of pirates operating out of a fortress on the back of a massive, space-faring reptile dubbed the Titanisaur.
The crew of the Terra Venture first encountered Mutiny and his cohorts after being transported into the Lost Galaxy. In the beginning, Mutiny pretended to be sympathetic to their plight, and even offered to help them get back home. However, it soon became apparent that he was anything but philanthropic in his intentions, but rather, he intended to loot the space station and enslave its population. His plan was foiled by Mike Corbett and the other Galaxy Rangers.
When Deviot joined Captain Mutiny's crew, Mutiny was a bit reluctant, fearing that if Trakeena found out, she would "toss him overboard". This shows that Mutiny knows of Trakeena and is afraid of her as well. When Mutiny pursued the Terra Venture crew back into the normal galaxy, Trakeena attacked and destroyed his castle, taking Mutiny and his crew down with it.
- Captain Zahab (Captain Mutiny's Sentai Counterpart) is the primary villain of Seijuu Sentai Gingaman, the Sentai series Lost Galaxy is based on. Villamax, Treacheron, Hexuba and Barbarax's respective Sentai counterparts all served as his generals, explaining why their four symbols can be seen on the wall in the back of Mutiny's castle.
- In the flashback sequence from "The Sunflower Search", Captain Mutiny appears in a brief shot of Scorpius' army as they invade the Magna Defender's home planet 3,000 years prior. This is because the footage used is taken from the Gingaman episode, The Vengeful Knight, which establishes BullBlack's (Magna Defender's counterpart) hatred of Zahab, who perpetrated the invasion of BullBlack's home planet and the death of his brother, Krantz.
- Captain Mutiny is voiced by Mike Reynolds, who is known for his roles as Gennai in Digimon, and as Ryu in Street Fighter II: The Movie. He has also voiced characters in several other Power Rangers series, and in other Saban produced shows including VR Troopers, Big Bad Beetleborgs, and Masked Rider.