|This article is about a/an villain in Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger.|
Development Technical Officer Insarn (開発技官インサーン Kaihatsu Gikan Insān?) is Zangyack's mad scientist, supplying the Action Commanders with powerful weapons and modifications. Using a special gun-shaped controller, she can fire the Gigant Horse's enlargement cannons to resurrect defeated Action Commanders and make them grow giant. She uses the Operation Magnum (オペレーションマグナム Operēshon Magunamu?) tool in combat to fire an energy whip and the Shoulder Catapult (ショルダーカタパルト Shorudā Kataparuto?) armor to release a barrage of poisoned missiles.
Prior to her membership in Zangyack, Insarn was an alien who went to the same high school as Jealousto. The male alien tried to express his love for her but she rejected him. Nonetheless, Jealousto swore to do whatever she wanted, which she remembered during her position in Zangyack.
She rarely appeared on Earth, save when she fell in love with Kyosuke Jinnai and caused a series of bizarre events that ended with her love redirected to Action Commander Jealousto until his defeat by Shinken GokaiOh, after which she asked for him to be jettisoned.
Insarn was rivaled by another highly skilled Zangyack scientist, Zaien, the one that turned Sid Bamick into Barizorg. When he arrived on the Gigant Horse in Earth's orbit, Insarn suspected that he was after her position, though he assured her he wasn't. She seemed happy to enlarge him, likely taking satisfaction in his first destruction.
Insarn, along with Barizorg, accompanied Warz Gill and an army of Gormin when he confronted Pollution President Babatcheed leading the Gaiark remnant in a rival invasion of Earth. The Zangyack and the Gaiark fought each other until the Gokaigers arrived and attacked Gaiark. Warz decided that it was best to leave so both sides would be weakened.
Later, after finding that she had no further place in the Zangyack, Insarn decides to go after the Gokaigers in the Great Insarn to prove her worth to Ackdos. Four Sugormin took on GoZyuJin while her robo took on GokaiOh. It was literally disarmed by Gokaioh using the Greater Powers of the Changemen and the Maskmen before being destroyed by Shinken GokaiOh's Gokai Samurai Slash. Forced to eject when her robot was destroyed, she was joined by four Dogormin sent by Dyrandoh as backup. The Gokaigers responded by changing into representatives of the five last teams whose Greater Powers they collected, and Captain Marvelous as VulEagle took on Insarn while the other four fought a Dogormin each. After the Dogormin were destroyed, Insarn was finished off by the Gokai Galleon Buster's Rising Strike. Insarn was livid of her fate before she exploded.
Super Hero Taisen Z
Insarn was part of an army of resurrected (mostly Super Sentai) monsters led by Space Raider after the revival of Madou Demon King Psycho. They proceeded to attack the gathering of Kamen Riders and Super Sentai, giving them a hard time. The heroes of recent years were in a pinch until the arrival of a force of Sentai and Rider reinforcements led by Akarenger and Kamen Rider Ichigo. The combined forces of superheroes were able to turn the tide against the Madou army. They lined up and used their various finisher attacks to destroy the revived monsters.
- Height - 192cm
- Weight - 130kg
Behind the scenes
Insarn is voiced by Kikuko Inoue (井上 喜久子 Inoue Kikuko?). Her suit actor is Masaru Ōbayashi (大林 勝 Ōbayashi Masaru?) whose previous roles include Shitari of the Bones in Samurai Sentai Shinkenger and Phantom Spy Vancuria in Mahou Sentai Magiranger. Like a large number of female characters, her suit actor is actually male.
Her motif is the one of an human body seen on thermography.
"Insaan", as her name is pronounced, comes from "insan" (陰惨), Japanese for "sadness and gloom" as well from "ensign".
Zangyack Getter is a twist on the Gokaiger ending theme, Super Sentai Hero Getter, performed by Kikuko Inoue in-character as Insarn alongside Hirofumi Nojima (Warz Gill), Gaku Shindo (Barizorg) and Koji Ishii (Damaras).
- Gokaiger Episode 1 - The Space Pirates Appear
- Gokaiger Episode 2 - The Worth of This Planet
- Gokaiger Episode 3 - Changing Courage into Magic
- Gokaiger Episode 4 - What Are Friends For?
- Gokaiger Episode 5 - Judgement Pirates
- Gokaiger Episode 6 - The Most Important Thing
- Gokaiger Episode 7 - Niki-Niki! Kenpō Lesson
- Gokaiger Episode 8 - Little Spy Tactics
- Gokaiger Episode 9 - Lion, Run
- Gokaiger Episode 10 - Card Game
- Gokaiger Episode 11 - The Serious Rebellion
- Gokaiger Episode 12 - The Guaranteed Showy Samurai
- Gokaiger Episode 13 - Tell Me the Way
- Gokaiger Episode 14 - Now More Road Safety
- Gokaiger Episode 15 - A Privateer Appears
- Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle
- Gokaiger Episode 17 - The Amazing Silver-Colored Man
- Gokaiger Episode 18 - The Big Abare with the Dinosaur Robot Drill
- Gokaiger Episode 19 - Armor of the 15 Warriors
- Gokaiger Episode 21 - The Adventurer Heart
- Gokaiger Episode 22 - Promise from the Star
- Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger the Movie: The Flying Ghost Ship
- Gokaiger Episode 24 - Foolish Earthlings
- Gokaiger Episode 25 - Pirates and Ninjas
- Gokaiger Episode 26 - Shushuuto The Special
- Gokaiger Episode 27 - A More Than Usual Gokai Change
- Gokaiger Episode 28 - Wings are Eternal
- Gokaiger Episode 29 - The Abare Quick-Changing New Combination
- Gokaiger Episode 30 - Just a Lone Friend's Soul
- Gokaiger Episode 32 - One Power
- Gokaiger Episode 33 - Iiiit's a Hero!!
- Gokaiger Episode 34 - Dream Comes True
- Gokaiger Episode 36 - Partner Pirate
- Gokaiger Episode 37 - The Strongest Fighting Machine
- Gokaiger Episode 38 - The Power to Seize Dreams
- Gokaiger Episode 41 - Something I Don't Want to Lose
- Gokaiger Episode 42 - The Strongest Man in the Universe
- Gokaiger Episode 43 - To the Legendary Hero
- Gokaiger Episode 44 - A Lovely Christmas Eve
- Gokaiger Episode 46 - Hero Eligibility
- Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger vs. Space Sheriff Gavan: The Movie
- Gokaiger Episode 49 - The Greatest Treasure in the Universe (death)
- Kamen Rider × Super Sentai × Space Sheriff: Super Hero Taisen Z