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Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel is the 25th season of Power Rangers, and the second season of Power Rangers Ninja Steel. The series is based on Shuriken Sentai Ninninger. This season celebrates the franchise's 25th Anniversary.

Production

to be added.

Plot

"When Galvanax, cruel champion of Galaxy Warriors, came for the mighty Power Stars. A new generation of heroes rose up to protect them. In the final showdown, they were battling Galvanax, when the champion was betrayed by Madame Odius. But her plan was foiled by a mysterious asteroid. The battle continued and the rangers finally destroyed Galvanax, but the Power Stars were lost and the Prism was shattered. With evil defeated, the rangers' lives returned to normal unaware then in the far reaches of space, Odius. Has. Survived."
―Narrator[src]

"Long ago, earth’s greatest ninja sacrificed himself to keep the universe safe from the monster Galvanax, 10 years later, the Rangers fought many battles to protect the legendary Ninja Power Stars. Finally, Galvanax was defeated but the ruthless Madame Odius survived and rose to power, determined to take the stars for herself, only one team can stop her, they are Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel."
―Narrator[src]

In Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel, the heroic teens find themselves face-to-face with an old enemy when they discover Madame Odius has survived and more determined than ever to steal the Ninja Nexus Prism and revive its powers for her nefarious purposes. Now it’s up to the Rangers, and some unexpected help from new friends, to use the power of teamwork to protect the Prism, defeat Odius and save the world!

Characters

Rangers

Main article: Ninja Steel Rangers
Designation Name Actor
Ninja Steel Red Brody Romero William 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

Allies

Civilians

Villains

Galaxy Warriors

Main article: Galaxy Warriors

Sledge's Crew

Main article: Sledge's Crew

Arsenal

Main article: Arsenal (Super Ninja Steel)

Transformation Devices

Multi-Use Devices

Individual Weapons and Team Weapon

Sidearms

Cockpit Control Weapons

Vehicles

Zords

Main article: Zords (Super Ninja Steel)

Main

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

Auxiliary

Alternate Combinations

Episodes

Main article: Episodes (Super Ninja Steel)
  1. Echoes of Evil
  2. Moment of Truth
  3. Tough Love
  4. Making Waves
  5. Game Plan
  6. Attack of the Galactic Ninjas
  7. The Need for Speed
  8. Caught Red-Handed

Video Release

  • to be added

Toyline

  • It was reported on February 18th that Super Ninja Steel and others until 2019 was to be the last production line of toys produced by Bandai America as the deal for the master rights license expired. Hasbro revealed at the New York 2018 toy fair that they had bought the master rights for Power Rangers and will produce the toyline for the 2019 season and more going forward.

Video Games

  • While Ninja Steel does not have any show-specific video games, Preston is one of the playable characters in the mobile fighting game Power Rangers: Legacy Wars.

Notes

  • This season has some similarities to Dino Super Charge:
    • Both seasons' titular "Super" modes consist of a team cockpit mode to enhance Zord battles and an individual "Super" mode; Gold Ranger's Superstar Mode in Super Steel and Red Ranger's T-Rex Super Charge Mode in Super Charge.
      • Although, Super Ninja Steel has the Rangers reforge their arsenal with Ninja Super Steel, which also serves as a "Super" aspect of the season.
    • Both seasons also feature the use of a mode, previously exclusive to one Ranger, by multiple members of the team; the Lion Fire Armor in Super Steel and Dino Armor X in Super Charge.
    • Both seasons' villains in possession of artifacts that act as antithesises to artifacts possessed by the Rangers; the Ninja Medallions to the Ninja Power Stars in Super Steel and the Dark Energem to the Energems in Super Charge.
    • Both seasons feature a villain from the previous season, who didn't get along with that season's main villain, taking over as the main villain; Madame Odious and Heckyl/Snide respectfully.
  • This season aired alongside Super Sentai season, Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger.
    • Like how all 3 groups in Lupin vs Pat have the Lupin Collection, the Galactic Ninjas and the Rangers gain power through shuriken shaped objects made of [Super] Ninja Steel.
  • It is also similar to Ninja Sentai Kakuranger
    • Both scatter the introduction of team
      • Both series have 3 morph in episode 1
        • However, Jiryia did not morph til episode 3; where Levi did not morph til episode 8
          • Like Levi's counterpart, Kinji, they are Ninja from America
          • But the core 5 all morphed in episode 2
    • Both only tell the viewers that only two of the rangers are qualifed
    • Both gained differance in terms of season number
      • Kakuranger was originally a post anniversary season, but became a pre-anniversary season when Gorenger and JAKQ were added
      • Ninja Steel was split into two seasons due to the contract, making the pre-anniversary season of Shurikin Sentai Ninninger have fit aspects of an anniversary into the series
    • Both teams are succeded by those with special mission themes (Ohranger and Beast Morphers)
    • The monsters they fight are based off Yokai
    • The core team have a bulky original Robot, but gain a leaner one later
    • Both Power Rangers seasons are precedded by Dinosaur themed ones (MMPR and Dino Charge)
      • Where they used aspects from the Sentai in between them (Dairanger and TOQger)
        • White Ranger, Monsters, Zords/Mecha
        • Nero, Kuliner (on a human scale), having a team up with Dinosaur themed team
    • Both have female White Rangers
    • Red, Blue, and Yellow are male
      • With Yellow's sucsessor beign female
    • Both villian groups have one villian die and be replaced by another
      • Except Junior was not the Big Bad of Kakuranger, like Galvanax
    • When Kakuranger was brought over, they were in a similar position to Cosmo as they were added into the pre-existing Zyuranger characters (and Zed) and Cosmo comes from TOQger, not Ninninger
    • Both of their mentors fight the big bad
      • Sandayuu did it to protect Tsuruhime and died in the prosess
      • Mick is considered a mentor ranger and continued he role as a mentor after these powers were destroyed and it is unkown if he will make it again due to the use of footage
  • This season marks the first cockpit control cannon, although the Ninja Master Blade is still used by the rangers.
  • This season marks the first time the Sentai's main villain is killed before the Super season.
  • This marks the first time a character from the previous series appears in the new series since Jayden, Mentor Ji, Emily, and Mike in Super Megaforce.
  • This is the last season to feature the Power Rangers logo which has been around since 1996's Power Rangers Zeo after Saban Brands unveiled a newly designed logo on February 15, 2018.
  • This is the last season with a toyline produced by Bandai America, as Hasbro will start producing toys with the 2019 Power Rangers season Power Rangers Beast Morphers.
  • This is the eighth and last season of New Saban Era, as Hasbro acquired Power Rangers franchise from Saban. The next season, Power Rangers Beast Morphers is the first season of Hasbro Era.
  • It's in a similar position to Liveman and Wild Force as it airs in 2 eras:
    • The Neo Saban and Hasbro eras for Ninja Steel.
    • The Post-Zordon/Old Saban and Disney eras for Wild Force.
    • The Showa and Heisei eras for Liveman.
    • The sucsessor to Lupinranger vs Patranger will also have this distinction.
  • They are the first team to lack Green and Black who's sucsedding team will also 
    • As Midoninger, and the Green and Black Go-Busters were only in Sentai movies

See Also

References


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Mighty Morphin (s01)Mighty Morphin (s02)Mighty Morphin (s03)Alien Rangers (mini-series)ZeoTurbo
In SpaceLost GalaxyLightspeed RescueTime ForceWild ForceNinja StormDino ThunderS.P.D.
Mystic ForceOperation OverdriveJungle FuryRPMSamuraiSuper SamuraiMegaforceSuper MegaforceDino ChargeDino Super ChargeNinja SteelSuper Ninja SteelBeast Morphers

Power Rangers: The Movie (alternate continuity)Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie2017 movie (alternate continuity)

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