|This article is about a/an magazine in the Super Sentai and Power Rangers franchises.|
- This article is about a magazine, for other articles see Sentai (disambiguation)
Sentai was a short-lived American "fanzine" magazine published by Antarctic Press which ran from 1994 to 1995, lasting only 7 issues. The publication focused on tokusatsu-related media. Its covers proclaimed that it was "The Journal of Asian S/F and Fantasy".
|Image||Issue No.||Release Date||Content|
|#1||February 1st, 1994||Debut Issue. Features a inside look at the US-made Ultraman Powered, a debate on Godzilla vs. Mothra vs. Mecha Godzilla, an article on Space Giants (Osamu Tezuka's Ambassador Magma), plus news and gossip on all things toku.|
|#2||April 1st, 1994||Covered the Power Rangers and their connection to its Japanese source material and an episode guide for MMPR.|
|#3||July 1st, 1994||Exclusive interview with Steve Wang about the Guyver Movies, news on a new Gamera film and a retrospective on Godzilla. Reviews and discussions about toku are also featured. The Red Mighty Morphin' Power Ranger is featured above the Antarctic Press logo.|
|#4||September 1st, 1994||A special Ultraman dedicated issue with other news topics on the latest in toku, such as Keita Amemiya's Zeriam film (mistyped as Zeram) and letters from fans discussing tokusatsu.|
|#5||November 1st, 1994||A special full color issue highlighting "Ameri-Toku".
|#6||February 2nd, 1995||A special issue covering the then-unseen world of Kamen Rider as well as discussions on Godzilla, Power Rangers and Gamera.|
|#7 (Final issue)||April 1st, 1995||Explored the history of Super Sentai up to 1995, Godzilla vs. Desotroyah (mistyped as Destroyer) which was still in production at the time and events in Kamen Rider such as the Kamen Rider J film.|