This article is about a/an series entry (the "24th") in the Power Rangers franchise.

Power Rangers Ninja Steel is the 24th season of Power Rangers. The series is based on Shuriken Sentai Ninninger.


Power Rangers Ninja Steel was trademarked by Saban Brands in January 2016, just prior to the start of Power Rangers Dino Super Charge.


""When Galvanax, cruel champion of Galaxy Warriors, claimed the mighty Power Stars. A new generation of warriors rose up, to protect them. In the final showdown the rangers defeated Galvanax for once and for all and to cost them their power stars. They are safe for now"
―Opening narration[src]

Saban's Power Rangers Ninja Steel starts deep in space, where Galvanax is the reigning champion of the most popular intergalactic game show in the universe, and monsters battle to prove who is the mightiest warrior. Galvanax is determined to become invincible by controlling the mythical Ninja Nexus Prism, which contains six supernatural Ninja Power Stars. The only thing standing in his way is a new team of heroic teenage Power Rangers who possess the Prism. The evil Galvanax sends his warrior contestants down to Earth to steal the Prism, with each epic battle against the Rangers broadcast throughout the universe. Together, the Rangers must master their arsenal of Power Stars, Zords and Megazords, each made of legendary ninja steel, in order to stop this evil threat and save our planet from destruction.



(6) Ninja Steel

Ninja Steel Rangers

Main article: Ninja Steel Rangers
Designation Name Actor
Ninja Steel Red Dane RomeroBrody Romero Mike EdwardWilliam Shewfelt
Ninja Steel Blue Preston Tien Peter Sudarso
Ninja Steel Yellow Calvin Maxwell Nico Greetham
Ninja Steel White Hayley Foster Zoe Robins
Ninja Steel Pink Sarah Thompson Chrysti Ane
Ninja Steel Gold Levi Weston Jordi Webber
Ninja Steel Red Dane Romero Mike Edward
Ninja Steel Red Mick Kanic Kelson Henderson




Galaxy Warriors

Main article: Galaxy Warriors


Main article: Arsenal (Ninja Steel)

Transformation Devices

Multi-Use Devices

Individual Weapons and Team Weapon


Cockpit Control Sword



Main article: Zords (Ninja Steel)


Legend: piloted mecha, 2-person mecha, auxiliary mecha


Alternate Combinations


Main article: Episodes (Ninja Steel)
  1. Return of the Prism
  2. Forged in Steel
  3. Live and Learn
  4. Presto Change-O
  5. Drive to Survive
  6. My Friend Redbot
  7. Hack Attack
  8. Gold Rush
  9. Rocking and Rolling
  10. The Ranger Ribbon
  11. Poisonous Plots
  12. Family Fusion
  13. Ace and the Race
  14. The Royal Rival
  15. The Royal Rumble
  16. Monkey Business
  17. The Adventures of Redbot
  18. Abrakadanger
  19. Helping Hand
  20. Galvanax Rises
  21. Grave Robber
  22. Past, Presents, and Future

Video Release

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Video Games

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  • This is the first time a White Ranger appears in the Neo-Saban era.
  • Ninja Steel has the first male musician ranger.
  • First time since Mighty Morphin Alien Rangers that there are male Blue and Yellow Rangers on the core team as Ninja Storm is made up of two teams (Wind/Samurai and Thunder) where Blake and Dustin sort of have this distinction.
  • First time both Pink and White Rangers are females on a team.
  • First time in the opening theme where the Rangers appear by first name, not including the 6th Ranger.
  • The Sixth Ranger is capable of joining the core rangers in the Primary Megazord, without his personal zord. This makes it the second time where all the rangers can be in the Megazord without every zord, the first being Power Rangers Dino Charge.
    • However, the Primary Megazord still requires all 5 main rangers.
  • In contrast to one of the previous seasons, Power Rangers Samurai (despite the theme of the show being about Ninjas), a lot of the Japanese themes are cut out for the villains, such as every demon or ninja-like life form being referred to as a monster instead, and having the monsters live in the Galaxy Warriors' Space Ship instead of the Japanese dojo the villains originally reside in the show's Japanese counterpart. Themes such as the Kitsune Ninja (Madame Odius) or the Demon Samurai (Ripcon) are ignored, and their roles are changed heavily.
  • This season also shares similarities to Power Rangers Operation Overdrive:
    • There is a human-like robots (Mack and Aiden).
      • Aiden is evil and made from Levi's memories.
      • Mack is good and becomes a human in the end.
    • The red ranger takes their father's power (Mack prevents his father from becoming red ranger, Brody gains them 10 years after when he morphs the first time).
    • The Pink Rangers are tomboys.
    • The Blue Rangers have dreams of fame (stunts and Magic).
    • Kelson Henderson appears in the season (Norg and Mick).
    • The battlizer is an armor worn by its counterpart until called upon (Sentinel Knight and Viera).
    • The yellow rangers like cars.
    • There are dump truck zords.
    • The blue rangers have flying vehicles.
    • The metallic rangers have monster counterparts.
    • Both sentai seasons are succeeded by animal themed ones (Gekiranger/Jungle Fury and Zyuohger).
  • Like Super Megaforce and Dino Charge, the villains have a space motif.
  • Levi is the first gold ranger that’s in an anniversary series while Zhane-in Space, Merrick-Wild Force, Tyzonn-Operation Overdrive, Orion-Super Megaforce are silver.
  • This season aired concurrent with the Super Sentai series Uchu Sentai Kyuranger.
  • This is the first season to have a son, brother, and father on the same team.

See Also

External links


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