This page highlights the differences between the Megarangers
and Power Rangers In Space
|Cyberspace, video game and digital technology motif.
||Space and Science Fiction motif.
|Lasted at 51 Episodes.
||Lasted at 43 Episodes.
|21st season of Super Sentai.
||6th season of Power Rangers.
|Villains were from another dimension.
||Villains were from space.
|Led by Kouichirou Endou, the Black Megaranger.
||Led by Andros, the Red Space Ranger.
|Is a stand-alone story, without any ties (apart from direct-to-video crossovers) to Carranger or previous Sentai series, featuring an entirely new cast of characters.
||Season's story continues on from Turbo. The season also concludes the story set up by the previous five seasons.
Four of the five core Space Rangers were formerly Turbo Rangers.
|Story centered on Earth, with small elements of space including a group base on the Moon.
||A large part of the story is spend traveling through space and visiting planets with the Megaship.
|Primary villain was a former colleague of the ranger's mentor.
||Primary villain was the long-lost sister of the red ranger.
|Did not have a crossover with a non-Tokusatsu series.
||Had a crossover with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise.
|There were no plans to cancel Super Sentai after this season.
||Was intended to be final season of Power Rangers, as the franchise's popularity was failing.
|Teamed up with all core members of Carranger. Never made contact with VRV Master.
||Only teamed up with Justin, the Blue Turbo Ranger and met with Phantom Ranger.
|Did not feature any characters from Zyuranger, Dairanger, Kakuranger or Ohranger.
||Featured the second Mighty Morphin Black Ranger Adam Park in one episode, while the finale saw the return of the Alien Rangers and the Gold Zeo Ranger.