|This article is about a set of toys based on a robo/Megazord in Gosei Sentai Dairanger and Mighty Morphin Power Rangers'|
DairenOh was released in Japan with accurate stickers and paint aps, and a chrome sword. It included mini versions of the Dairangers.
Thunder Megazord was a re-release of the Dairanger Dairenou. This was re-released in the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers line with new decals, as well as having the lion head molded in black instead of green, the thighs were also replaced with black, and instead of mini versions of the Dairangers they are replaced with mini versions of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and also came with mini power crystals. First-wave releases of the toy replaced the hard-chromed Saber with a matte soft-plastic mold, but kept the hard-chromed Phoenix tail. Presumably due to safety reasons, later releases of the Thunder Megazord replaced the hard-chromed Phoenix tail with a rounded soft-molded version as well. The Red Dragon Thunderzord & Thunderzord Assault team were also sold seperately in addition to being sold together in the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers line.
- by Bandai America (2016)
At SDCC 2015 Bandai America announced that they will be releasing the Thunder Megazord as part of its Legacy Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (Toyline) in 2016. Like with the Legacy Megazord, Dragonzord, & Tigerzord it resembles the suit used in footage from both Dairanger & in season 2. Unlike the original Dairen'ou & Thunder Megazord toys this release comes with a chain with the sheath to the saber, the staff is one piece, pieces for the Legacy Tigerzord to hold the Firebird Thunderzord when in Mega Tigerzord form, articulated neck & tail for the Red Dragon Thunderzord, the head on the Red Thunderzord can rotate, the fists on the Lion Thunderzord's paws when combined with the Red Dragon Thunderzord open up & close, the zords & sword have more painted details missing from the original DX releases, and no mini versions of the rangers or power crystals.Later versions of the toy featured slightly redesigned thigh panels to correct the leaning issues most buyers have had with the original version of the Legacy Thunder Megazord.
Smaller Transforming Sets
MiniPla/Plastic Model Kit
- by Bandai Japan (1994)
The Plastic Model Kit of Dairenou was by released in three sets.
A Dairenou set came with individual transforming Chi Palace zords and a non-tranforming RyuuseiOh. The plastic used was only grey, red, yellow and black. The set had complete show-accurate decals. The transformation to Megazord mode was identical to the deluxe release.
A standalone non-transforming kit for DairenOu was also released this time cast in green, red and black. Its pieces could come apart and transform with the WonTiger in the set.
A Chi Palace set was headed by a transforming RyuuSeiOh with interchangeable parts to turn into warrior mode. Ryuusei-Oh was cast entirely in Red. The Chi Palace mecha were non-transormable and cast in black.
Non-deluxe large Megazords
Puradera/Special Size Megazords
The Puradera Megazord was designed to look a bit closer to the screen version. The Lion and Firebird parts do not transform, and the Red Dragon is unseen. The Unicorn and Griffin can be removed to form simplified versions of the zord forms.
Also released was a RyuuSeiOh/Red Dragon Thunderzord
Under Power Rangers, it was the first to be marketed as 'Special Size', however, it fell under the same category of toys as those that followed it. It was also released with decals matching the Deluxe version. The Power Rangers version had an image of the Power Rangers inside the green chest sphere.
Remote Control Megazord
- by Empire (1994)
Thunder Megazord was released with trident and sword. It could be controlled through a joypad molded to resemble the Red Ranger.
Along with the Special Size Tor The Shuttlezord, a Red Dragon Thunderzord was packed in (along with a Won Tiger). It is a 5-inch figure with movable hands.
Mini Collectible Figures
Party Favour Set
- by KiDZ (1994)
A 2-inch figurine of Megazord was released in a 4-pack of mini-figures along with a Red Dragonzord and two pre-posed Red Ranger figures.
- by Galoob (1994)
The Thunder Megazord and its components were released in the Micro Machines line.
Micro Morphin Playset
- by Bandai America (1994)
As part of the first set of Micro Moprhin Playsets, the Tigerzord, Firebird and Red Dragon Thunderzords were given tiny figurines to go with the set.
Robo Sentai Collection
- by Bandai Japan (1993)
Coinciding with the Dairanger release, RyuuseiOh and DairenOu were released as #13 and #14, respectively, in the Robo Sentai Collection line. The figures had a die-cast (chogokin) body and movable plastic arms.
Super Sentai Club
- by Bandai Japan (1993)
Super Sentai Club figures are SD figures of current sentai teams and lead robos. DairenOh and RyuseiOh were released among others.