Every Power Rangers Suit Ever Created For Movies And Television

Every Power Rangers Suit in One Picture

If you were a kid in the early-'90s there's absolutely no way you missed a single episode of, what was arguably, the best show on TV at the time - The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Airing during the Fox Kids programming block in 1993, the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers television show was created by Haim Saban and based on the wildly popular and long-running Japanese program Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger. In fact, most of the action scenes involving the Rangers wearing their helmets is taken from the Japanese-made Super Sentai series.

It took only a few months for the show to develop a huge fanbase in the States - though no one could have predicted it would kick off a franchise legacy that would include 23 years-worth of television, 3 feature-length theatrical releases and a toy empire that, at its peak, was bringing in over $1 billion in annual sales (rivaled only by Barbie at the time). The Power Rangers became such a desired commodity that in 1993 it started a Christmas toy craze which saw desperate parents sleeping outside of toy stores or driving hundreds of miles just to purchase one. That craze was, in part, the inspiration for Arnold Schwarzenegger's comedy movie Jingle All the Way.

Over the last 23 years, there have been well over one hundred individual Rangers, each piloting a different Zord and wearing various, unique suits. We've done a bit of legwork and compiled all those suits into one place for you to enjoy. If at any point during this post you feel a tingle running throughout your body, its ok, that just nostalgia sweeping over you.

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25 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1993-1996)

Black Ranger, Yellow Ranger, Green Ranger, Red Ranger, Pink Ranger

The first season of the show is probably the most iconic because it introduces a slew of recognizable characters and lays out the story for much of the series. After a centuries-long battle, the wizard Zordon and the witch Rita Repulsa are both trapped - Zordon in a time warp by Repulsa and Rita on the moon by Zordon.

Rita still manages to release several deadly monsters upon on the earth to wreak havoc, so Zordon creates five Power Coins and, with the help of his robot assistant Alpha 5, recruits five teenagers, upon whom he bestows the powers of several prehistoric animals - which include both weapons and the powerful Zords.

- The Rangers - 

  • Red Ranger - Jason Lee Scott (Austin St. John) - Tyrannosaurus Dinozord
  • Black Ranger - Zack Taylor (Walter Jones) - Mastodon Dinozord
  • Blue Ranger - Billy Cranston (David Yost) - Triceratops Dinozord
  • Yellow Ranger - Trini Kwan (Thuy Trang) - Saber-Toothed Tiger Dinozord
  • Pink Ranger - Kimberly Ann Hart (Amy Jo Johnson) - Pterodactyl Dinozord
  • Green Ranger - Tommy Oliver (Jason David Frank) - Dragonzord

24 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (1995)

Black Ranger, Blue Ranger, Pink Ranger, White Ranger, Yellow Ranger, Red Ranger

With the show's popularity steadily climbing throughout its first two seasons and merchandise sales jumping from a 4% share to 40% share of the toy market, it's not surprising that Saban Entertainment and Fox Studios would turn it into a major movie.

The movie was financially successful at the box office, bringing in over $66 million on a $15 million budget, but didn't follow the continuity setup by the show. Villains Rita Repulsa and Lord Zedd took a backseat to Ivan Ooze who became the main, one-off protagonist of the movie - he hasn't shown up in any Power Rangers media since. However, the movie received mostly negative reviews from both fans and critics.

- The Rangers -

  • Red Ranger - Rocky DeSantos (Steve Cardenas)
  • Black Ranger - Adam Park (Johnny Yong Bosch)
  • Blue Ranger - Billy Cranston (David Yost)
  • Yellow Ranger - Aisha Campbell (Karen Ashley)
  • Pink Ranger - Kimberly Hart (Amy Jo Johnson)
  • White Ranger - Tommy Oliver (Jason David Frank)

23 Mighty Morphin Alien Rangers (1996)

Red Ranger, White Ranger, Blue Ranger, Yellow Ranger, Black Ranger

This short-lived series only ran for 10 episodes during the middle of the third season of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Not only did it introduce a new totally new group of Rangers and villains but, it also used the same Ranger suits as the Japanese show it used as the source for its stunt footage - the Super Sentai series, Ninja Sentai Kakuranger. 

- The Rangers - 

  • Red Aquitar Ranger - Aurico (David Bacon) - Red Battle Borg
  • White Aquitar Ranger - Delphine (Rajia Baroudi) - White Battle Borg
  • Blue Aquitar Ranger - Cestro (Karim Prince) - Blue Battle Borg
  • Yellow Aquitar Ranger - Tideus (Jim Gray) - Yellow Battle Borg
  • Black Aquitar Ranger - Corcus (Alan Palmer) - Black Battle Borg

22 Power Rangers Zeo (1996)

Blue Ranger, Pink Ranger, Red Ranger, Yellow Ranger, Green Ranger

The overall quality of the Power Rangers show has always debatable, but even while the show's ratings remained high, they were steadily declining and toy sales leveling off. Power Rangers Zeo was created specifically by Saban to deal with the underwhelming fan response generated by the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie.

This would be the first, but certainly not the last, time the show received a major overhaul and began following its Japanese counterpart, Chōriki Sentai Ohranger, a bit closer.

- The Rangers -

  • Zeo Ranger I Pink - Katherine Hillard (Catherine Sutherland) - Zeozord 1
  • Zeo Ranger II Yellow - Tanya Sloan (Nakia Burisse) - Zeozord 2
  • Zeo Ranger III Blue - Rocky DeSantos (Steve Cardenas) - Zeozord 3
  • Zeo Ranger IV Green - Adam Park (Johnny Yong Bosch) - Zeozord 4
  • Zeo Ranger V Red - Tommy Oliver (Jason David Frank) - Zeozord 5
  • Gold Ranger - Jason Lee Scott/Trey of Triforia (Austin St. John/Tom, Tim and Ted DiFillippo)

21 Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie (1997)

Blue Ranger, Yellow Ranger, Red Ranger, Pink Ranger, Green Ranger

There's no sugar-coating it, Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie is a truly awful movie. From the dialog, to the story, to the action scenes and cheesy special effects, everything about the movie was a box office stinker both financially and critically. However, it did manage to keep with the continuity of the show quite nicely - making it easy to segue from the big screen to the small one later that year.

- The Rangers - 

  • Red Turbo Ranger - Tommy Oliver (Jason David Frank)
  • Blue Turbo Ranger - Justin Stewart (Blake Foster)
  • Green Turbo Ranger - Adam Park (Johnny Yong Bosch)
  • Yellow Turbo Ranger - Tanya Sloan (Nakia Burrise)
  • Pink Turbo Ranger - Katherine Hillard (Catherine Sutherland)

20 Power Rangers Turbo (1997)

Red Ranger, Green Ranger, Blue Ranger, Yellow Ranger, Pink Ranger

Set in the same universe as its movie predecessor, Power Rangers Turbo once again kept the franchise fresh by developing all new characters and powers based on its Japanese sister show, Gekisou Sentai Carranger. The actors from Zeo and the Turbo movie would all return, with most continuing their roles for several seasons.

- The Rangers -

  • Red Turbo Ranger - Tommy Oliver/T.J. Johnson (Jason David Frank/Selwyn Ward) - Red Lightning Turbozord/Lightning Fire Tamer Rescuezord
  • Blue Turbo Ranger - Justin Stewart (Blake Foster) - Mountain Blaster Turbozord/Siren Blaster Rescuezord
  • Green Turbo Ranger - Adam Park/Carlos Vallerte (Johnny Yong Bosch/Roger Velasco) - Desert Thunder Turbozord/Thunder Loader Rescuezord
  • Yellow Turbo Ranger - Tanya Sloan/Ashley Hammond (Nakia Burrise/Tracy Lynn Cruz) - Dune Star Turbozord/Star Racer Rescuezord
  • Pink Turbo Ranger - Katherine Hillard/Cassie Chan (Catherine Sutherland/Patricia Ja Lee) - Wind Chaser Turbozord/Wind Rescue Rescuezord

19 Power Rangers in Space (1998)

Black Ranger, Yellow Ranger, Red Ranger, Pink Ranger, Blue Ranger

After six seasons and close to 100 episodes, Power Rangers in Space set out to tie up every storyline ever introduced throughout the show's history - something very few shows have ever accomplished well. This season would mark the moment when the serial-style storytelling incorporated by the show would come to an end.

Several side characters would be removed from the franchise altogether and the famous Youth Center, where the Rangers hung out, was replaced with The Surf Spot.

 - The Rangers - 

  • Red Space Ranger - Andros (Christopher Khayman Lee) - Mega V1 Robo Voyager
  • Black Space Ranger - Carlos Vallerte (Roger Velasco) - Mega V2 Shuttle Voyager
  • Blue Space Ranger - T.J. Johnson (Selwyn Ward) - Mega V3 Rocket Voyager
  • Yellow Space Ranger - Ashley Hammond (Tracy Lynn Cruz) - Mega V4 Saucer Voyager
  • Pink Space Ranger - Cassie Chan (Patricia Ja Lee) - Mega V5 Tank Voyager
  • Silver Space Ranger - Zhane (Justin Nimmo) - Mega Winger

18 Power Rangers Lost Galaxy (1999)

Power Rangers Lost Galaxy

Power Rangers Lost Galaxy was never supposed to exist. There were no storylines left to explore thanks to the way Power Rangers in Space ended, but when the previous finale saw a big ratings spike, Saban took the show's storytelling technique in a decidedly different direction. A brand new group of characters, based on the Seijuu Sentai Gingaman television series, took up the mantle of Power Ranger.

While there were nods to the Power Rangers Universe in general, the stories themselves were self-contained from episode-to-episode. This would also mark the beginning of "team-up" episodes where Legendary Characters from previous seasons would assist in bringing down a baddie.

 - The Rangers - 

  • Galaxy Red - Leo Corbett (Danny Slavin) - Lion Galactabeast/Zord
  • Galaxy Green - Damon Henderson (Reggie Rolle) - Condor Galactabeast/Zord
  • Galaxy Blue - Kai Chen (Archie Kao) - Gorilla Galactabeast/Zord
  • Galaxy Yellow - Maya (Cerina Vincent) - Wolf Galactabeast/Zord
  • Galaxy Pink - Kendrix Morgan/Karone (Valerie Vernon/Melody Perkins) - Wildcat Galactabeast/Zord

17 Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue (2000)

Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue

There are a few things worth noting about Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue: It was the first season where all the characters were adults instead of teens, none of the Rangers' identities were kept secret from the public, all of the weapons and Zords were man-made, instead of mystical-borne, and it was the first time an American Ranger didn't have a Japanese counterpart (Titanium Ranger).

This season was based on the Super Sentai series Kyukyu Sentai GoGoFive, which featured five Rangers instead of six like it's American counterpart.

- The Rangers - 

  • Red Lightspeed Ranger - Carter Grayson (Sean Cw Johnson)
  • Blue Lightspeed Ranger - Chad Lee (Michael Chaturantabut)
  • Green Lightspeed Ranger - Joel Rawlings (Keith Robinson)
  • Yellow Lightspeed Ranger - Kelsey Winslow (Sasha Williams)
  • Pink Lightspeed Ranger - Dana Mitchell (Alison MacInnis)
  • Titanium Ranger - Ryan Mitchell (Rhett Fisher)

16 Power Rangers Time Force (2001)

Pink Ranger, Red Ranger, Blue Ranger, Red Ranger, Green Ranger, Yellow Ranger

As the show entered its ninth season, it went through some major changes. First, Fox Kids and Saban Entertainment were both purchased by The Walt Disney Company. Second, the show took a more serious tone in regards to show topics - death and racism were covered - and it marked the moment when the show started recreating its Super Sentai counterpart, Mirai Sentai Timeranger, virtually scene-for-scene.

This was the first season were two red rangers appear simultaneously, while Power Rangers Time Force was the last season produced by Saban Entertainment.

- The Rangers - 

  • Time Force Red - Alex/Wesley Collins (Jason Faunt) - Time Flyer 1
  • Time Force Blue - Lucas Kendall (Michael Copon) - Time Flyer 2
  • Time Force Green - Trip (Kevin Kleinberg) - Time Flyer 3
  • Time Force Yellow - Katie Walker (Deborah Estelle Phillips) - Time Flyer 4
  • Time Force Pink - Jen Scotts (Erin Cahill) - Time Flyer 5
  • Quantum Ranger - Eric Myers (Daniel Southworth) - Quantasaurus Rex

15 Power Rangers Wild Force (2002)

Black Ranger, Yellow Ranger, Red Ranger, White Ranger, Blue Ranger

Power Rangers Wild Force marked the 10 year anniversary for the Power Rangers franchise, while Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger, marked the 25th anniversary of its Super Sentai cousin. Like Time Force, Wild Force followed the Sentai storyline closely, with very few deviations.

- The Rangers - 

  • Red Wild Force Ranger - Cole Evans (Ricardo Medina, Jr.) - Red Lion Zord
  • Yellow Wild Force Ranger - Taylor Earhardt (Alyson Kiperman) - Blue Shark Zord
  • Blue Wild Force Ranger - Max Cooper (Phillip Jeanmarie) - Black Bison Zord
  • Black Wild Force Ranger - Danny Delgado (Jack Guzman) - Yellow Eagle Zord
  • White Wild Force Ranger - Alyssa Enrilé (Jessica Rey) - White Tiger Zord
  • Lunar Wolf Ranger - Merrick Baliton (Phillip Andrew) - Elephant Zord

14 Power Rangers Ninja Storm (2003)

Power Rangers Ninja Storm

Disney almost cancelled the show entirely after acquiring the franchise two years prior. If it hadn't been for the low production costs associated with filming New Zealand, the show may have never come back on air. The practice of bringing in old Rangers to team up with new Rangers was stopped after Disney made it a non-union show, making the unique team-ups cost prohibitive.

The tone of Power Rangers Ninja Storm was lightened considerably, which turned out to be a solid decision as new fans began tuning in, resulting in higher ratings and an increase in merchandise sales.

- The Rangers - 

  • Red Wind Ranger - Shane Clarke (Pua Magasiva) - Hawkzord
  • Blue Wind Ranger - Tori Hanson (Sally Martin) - Navy Beetlezord
  • Yellow Wind Ranger - Dustin Brooks (Glen McMillan) - Lionzord
  • Crimson Thunder Ranger - Hunter Bradley (Adam Tuominen) - Crimson Insectizord
  • Navy Thunder Ranger - Blake Bradley (Jorgito Vargas, Jr.) - Navy Beetlezord
  • Green Samurai Ranger - Cameron Watanabe (Jason Chan) - Samurai Star Megazord

13 Power Rangers Dino Thunder (2004)

White Ranger, Yellow Ranger, Red Ranger, Blue Ranger, Black Ranger

One of the original members from Season 1, Tommy Oliver (Jason David Frank), returns in Power Rangers Dino Thunder as a paleontology professor. After he and a group of students stumble on the Dino Gems, they use dinosaur-themed Zords to protect Earth from a group of mutant dinosaurs bent on destroying every living being on the planet.

- The Rangers - 

  • Red Dino Ranger - Conner McKnight (James Napier) - Tyrannozord
  • Blue Dino Ranger - Ethan James (Kevin Duhaney) - Tricerazord
  • Yellow Dino Ranger - Kira Ford (Emma Lahana) - Pterazord
  • Black Dino Ranger - Tommy Oliver (Jason David Frank) - Stegozord (when combined with Dragozord)
  • White Dino Ranger - Trent Fernandez-Mercer (Jeffrey Parazzo) - Dragozord

12 Power Rangers S.P.D. (2005)

Power Rangers SPD

The Power Rangers S.P.D. season was one rollercoaster ride in terms of fan acceptance and production quality. A new set of writers, Greg Aronowitz and Bruce Kalish, joined show veteran Jackie Marchand and together they turned in, what many fans consider to be, the best string of episodes of the entire series. However, the fan love fest was short lived as the writers were unable to maintain fans expectations at such a high level - especially for a children's show.

Near the end of the season, the show would reclaim some of the glory it enjoyed early on, but it would never again reach the lofty heights the writers set in the first 10 episodes of the franchise's thirteenth season.

- The Rangers - 

  • S.P.D. Red Ranger - Jack Landors/Schuyler Tate (Brandon Jay McLaren/Chris Violette) - Delta Runner 1
  • S.P.D. Blue Ranger - Schuyler Tate/Bridge Carson (Chris Violette/Matt Austin) - Delta Runner 2
  • S.P.D. Green Ranger - Bridge Carson (Matt Austin) - Delta Runner 3
  • S.P.D. Yellow Ranger - Elizabeth Delgado (Monic May) - Delta Runner 4
  • S.P.D. Pink Ranger - Sydney Drew (Alycia Purrott) - Delta Runner 5
  • S.P.D. Shadow Ranger - Chief Anubis Cruger (John Tui) - Delta Command Megazord
  • S.P.D. Omega Ranger - Sam (Brett Stewart) - Omegamax Cycle
  • S.P.D. Kat Ranger - Kat Manx (Michelle Langstone)
  • S.P.D. Nova Ranger - Nova (Antonia Prebble)
  • S.P.D. Orange Ranger - Boom (Kelson Henderson) - only appears once during a dream sequence

11 Power Rangers Mystic Force (2006)

Yellow Ranger, Blue Ranger, Red Ranger, Pink Ranger, Green Ranger

After a few seasons featuring stories with a more-grounded approach, Power Rangers Mystic Force once again took the franchise into the realm of magic. The show was based on based on the Super Sentai series, Mahou Sentai Magiranger, and would be the first, and only, season to feature Rangers wearing capes. It was also the first season that presented stories with a supernatural aspect.

- The Rangers - 

  • Red Mystic Ranger - Nick Russell (Firass Dirani) - Mystic Phoenix
  • Yellow Mystic Ranger - Charlie Thorn (Nic Sampson) - Mystic Garuda
  • Blue Mystic Ranger - Madison Rocca (Melanie Vallejo) - Mystic Mermaid
  • Pink Mystic Ranger - Vida Rocca (Angie Diaz) - Mystic Sprite
  • Green Mystic Ranger - Xander Bly (Richard Brancatisano) - Mystic Minotaur
  • White Mystic Ranger - Udonna (Peta Rutter)
  • Solaris Knight - Daggeron (John Tui) - Solar Streak
  • Wolf Warrior - Leanbow (Chris Graham) - Catastros (horse zord controlled by Leanbow)

10 Power Rangers Operation Overdrive (2007)

Black Ranger, Yellow Ranger, Mercury Ranger, Red Ranger, Pink Ranger, Blue Ranger

Originally, writer Jackie Marchand pitched Power Rangers Operation Overdrive as an "Indiana Jones-style" show, which would feature a "new exotic location every episode" - which explains the almost-used title Power Rangers Relic Hunters. However, Disney once again tightened the purse strings, requiring the showrunners to use more stock footage - making Marchand's pitch nearly impossible to pull off.

- The Rangers - 

  • Red Overdrive Ranger - Mack Hartford (James MacLurcan) - Dump Driver
  • Black Overdrive Ranger - Will Aston (Samuell Benta) - Speed Driver
  • Blue Overdrive Ranger - Dax Lo (Gareth Yuen) - Gyro Driver
  • Yellow Overdrive Ranger - Ronny Robinson (Caitlin Murphy) - Dozer Driver
  • Pink Overdrive Ranger - Rose Oritz (Rhoda Montemayor) - Sub Driver
  • Mercury Ranger - Tyzonn (Dwayne Cameron)

9 Power Rangers Jungle Fury (2008)

Wolf Ranger, Yellow Ranger, Red Ranger, Blue Ranger, Rhino Ranger

Like everything else in Hollywood, Power Rangers Jungle Fury was drastically affected by the Writers Guild Strike of 2007. Non-union writers were brought in to continue the season but once the strike was over the original writers struggled to pick up the storylines from where the replacements left them. As a result, the season only featured 32 episodes (instead of the normal 45) and the quality suffered as well.

- The Rangers - 

  • Jungle Fury Red Ranger - Casey Rhodes (Jason Smith) - Tiger Animal Spirit
  • Jungle Fury Yellow Ranger - Lily Chilman (Anna Hutchison) - Cheetah Animal Spirit
  • Jungle Fury Blue Ranger - Theo Martin (Aljin Abella) - Jaguar Animal Spirit
  • Jungle Fury Wolf Ranger - Robert James (David de Lautour)
  • Jungle Fury Rhino Ranger - Dominic hargan (Nikolai Nikolaeff)
  • Jungle Fury Elephant Ranger - Spirit Ranger
  • Jungle Fury Bat Ranger - Spirit Ranger
  • Jungle Fury Shark Ranger - Spirit Ranger
  • Black Lion Warrior - Jarrod (Bede Skinner)
  • Green Chameleon Warrior - Camille (Holly Shanahan)

8 Power Rangers RPM (2009)

Green Ranger, Blue Ranger, Red Ranger, Yellow Ranger, Black Ranger, Silver Ranger, Gold Ranger

Power Rangers RPM was the seventeenth season, and almost the last (again), for the franchise. One of the long term writers who had been with the show for years, Jackie Marchand, was let go and a new producer with grand vision, Eddie Guzelian, was brought in to liven things up. Unfortunately, no one else believed in his "Road Warrior" take on the property and he was fired halfway through the season.

Disney returned (read: sold) the property back to Saban Brands, and after one season of "reversioned" Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (essentially they just re-aired the first season), Saban proceeded to move the franchise in (another) new direction.

- The Rangers - 

  • Ranger Operator Series Red - Scott Truman (Eka Darville) - Eagle Racer
  • Ranger Operator Series Blue - Flynn McAllistair (Ari Boyland) - Lion Hauler
  • Ranger Operator Series Yellow - Summer Landsdown (Rose McIver) - Falcon Zord
  • Ranger Operator Series Green - Ziggy Grover (Milo Cawthorne) - Tail Spinner
  • Ranger Operator Series Black - Dillon (Daniel Ewing) - Wolf Cruiser
  • Ranger Operator Series Gold - Gem (Mike Ginn) - Whale Zord
  • Ranger Operator Series Silver - Gemma (Li Ming Hu) - Tiger Jet

7 Power Rangers Samurai (2011)

Pink Ranger, Green Ranger, Red Ranger, Blue Ranger, Yellow Ranger

With the Power Rangers property now back under Saban's control, the show found a new home on the Nickelodeon Network - specifically during the Nicktoons programming block. The show brought back the lighter, less serious tone present in earlier seasons, which had been lost during RPM and Jungle Fury.

Power Rangers Samurai marked the first time the show was broadcast in High Definition and while the show enjoyed a solid viewership (the finale brought in over 3.7 million viewers), it wasn't able to fully recapture its former ratings glory. The show was also broken into two 20-episode blocks - a tradition the show continues to this day. The remaining 20 episodes aired as Power Rangers Super Samurai, which modified the powers of the Rangers but left their suits the same.

- The Rangers - 

  • Red Samurai Ranger - Jayden Shiba (Alex Heartman) - Lion FoldingZord
  • Blue Samurai Ranger - Kevin (Najee De-Tiege) - Dragon FoldingZord
  • Pink Samurai Ranger - Mia Watanabe (Erika Fong) - Turtle FoldingZord
  • Green Samurai Ranger - Mike (Hector David Jr.) - Bear FoldingZord
  • Yellow Samurai Ranger - Emily (Brittany Anne Pirtle) - Ape FoldingZord
  • Gold Samurai Ranger - Antonio Garcia (Steven Skyler) - OctoZord

6 Power Rangers Megaforce (2013)

Yellow Ranger, Blue Ranger, Red Ranger, Black Ranger, Pink Ranger

The twentieth season of the franchise, Power Rangers Megaforce, was based on the Japanese Super Sentai, Tensou Sentai Goseiger. Fans of the original Japanese series were excited for this season because it meant the show was going "old school" with the characters.

The Rangers' new mentor Gosei, a protégé of Zordon (who hadn't been seen or mentioned on the show since season six), his robotic ally Tensou (a stand in for Alpha 5) and Robo Knight would make their first of many appearances on the show. Like Samurai and Super Samurai before it, Megaforce was split into two 20-episodes series.

- The Rangers - 

  • Megaforce Red - Troy Burrows (Andrew Gray)  - Gosei Dragon Mechazord
  • Megaforce Pink - Emma Goodall (Christian Masterson) - Gosei Phoenix Mechazord
  • Megaforce Black - Jake Holling (Azim Rizk) - Gosei Snake Mechazord
  • Megaforce Yellow - Gia Moran (Ciara Hanna) - Gosei Tiger Mechazord
  • Megaforce Blue - Noah Carver (John Mark Loudermilk) - Gosei Shark Mechazord
  • Robo Knight (Chris Auer) - Lion Mechazord

5 Power Rangers Super Megaforce (2014)

Pink Ranger, Green Ranger, Red Ranger, Blue Ranger, Yellow Ranger

Besides the vast departure in regards to the theming of the Ranger's suits (the show and its villains were pirate-themed) Power Rangers Super Megaforce is notable for a far more important reason. The show pulled its inspiration from two different Super Sentais - Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger and Tensou Sentai Goseiger - making it the first hybrid season for the franchise since Mighty Morphin Power Rangers did it 21 years prior.

- The Rangers - 

  • Super Megaforce Red - Troy Burrows (Andrew Gray)  - Super Mega Skyship Zord
  • Super Megaforce Blue - Noah Carver (John Mark Loudermilk) - Super Mega Jet Zord
  • Super Megaforce Yellow - Gia Moran (Ciara Hanna) - Super Mega Wheeler Zord
  • Super Megaforce Green - Jake Holling (Azim Rizk) - Super Mega Racer Zord
  • Super Megaforce Pink - Emma Goodall (Christian Masterson) - Super Mega Sub Zord
  • Super Megaforce Silver - Orion (Cameron Jebo) - Q-Rex Drill
  • Robo Knight (Chris Auer)

4 Power Rangers Dino Charge (2015)

Green Ranger, Black Ranger, Pink Ranger, Gold Ranger, Red Ranger, Blue Ranger, Graphite Ranger

Though it shares some similarities in theming with Dino Thunder, Power Rangers Dino Charge takes the story and characters in a very different direction. While Dino Gems were made from a meteorite and bonded with its owner's DNA, the Energems were alien in nature. The alien known as Keeper gave the ten Energems to a group of dinosaurs, instructing them to guard them from evil. When an intergalactic bounty hunter, Sledge, attempts to find the gems the Rangers join forces to stop him.

This show, as with the last two incarnations, was also divided into two 22-episode series.

- The Rangers - 

  • Dino Charge Red Ranger - Tyler Navarro (Brennan Mejia) - T-Rex Zord
  • Dino Charge Black Ranger - Chase Randall (James Davies) - Para Zord
  • Dino Charge Blue Ranger - Koda (Yoshi Sudarso) - Stego Zord
  • Dino Charge Green Ranger - Riley Griffin (Michael Taber) - Raptor Zord
  • Dino Charge Pink Ranger - Shelby Watkins (Camille Hyde) - Tricera Zord
  • Dino Charge Gold Ranger - Sir Ivan of Zandar (Davi Santos) - Ptera Zord
  • Dino Charge Graphite Ranger - Prince Phillip III (Jarred Blakiston) - Pachy Zord
  • Dino Charge Purple Ranger - Albert Smith/Kendall Morgan (Arthur Ranford/Claire Blackwelder) - Plesio Zord

3 Power Rangers Dino Super Charge (2016)

Pink Ranger, Green Ranger, Blue Ranger, Black Ranger, Red Ranger, Gold Ranger, Aqua Ranger, Graphite Ranger, Purple Ranger, SIlver Ranger

The 23rd, and most recent, season of the show, Power Rangers Dino Super Charge, is based on the Japanese Super Sentai, Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger. This season's plot is a continuation of the Power Rangers Dino Charge but with Sledge defeated, two new evil enemies appear fill the void: Heckyl and Snide. The Rangers' Zords and weapons weren't the only things ramped up in this season, as the stakes took a considerable galactic, almost Thanos-like leap.

After disbanding upon Sledge's defeat, the Rangers are forced to join forces once again to prevent Heckyl and Snide from acquiring the Energems and taking over the Universe.

- The Rangers - 

  • Dino Charge Red Ranger - Tyler Navarro (Brennan Mejia) - T-Rex Zord
  • Dino Charge Black Ranger - Chase Randall (James Davies) - Para Zord
  • Dino Charge Blue Ranger - Koda (Yoshi Sudarso) - Stego Zord
  • Dino Charge Green Ranger - Riley Griffin (Michael Taber) - Raptor Zord
  • Dino Charge Pink Ranger - Shelby Watkins (Camille Hyde) - Tricera Zord
  • Dino Charge Gold Ranger - Sir Ivan of Zandar (Davi Santos) - Ptera Zord
  • Dino Charge Graphite Ranger - Prince Phillip III (Jarred Blakiston) - Pachy Zord
  • Dino Charge Purple Ranger - Albert Smith/Kendall Morgan (Arthur Ranford/Claire Blackwelder) - Plesio Zord
  • Dino Charge Aqua Ranger - James Navarro (Reuben Turner) - Ankylo Zord
  • Dino Charge Silver Ranger - Titano Zord

2 Power Rangers Ninja Steel (2017)

Pink Ranger, Yellow Ranger, Red Ranger, Blue Ranger, White Ranger, Gold Ranger

Power Rangers Ninja Steel is based on the 39th Japanese Super Sentai, Shuriken Sentai Ninninger and has the potential to be the greatest season of them all. Not much is known about the casting or particulars surrounding the show but here's the official synopsis:

Zircon is the reigning champion of the most popular intergalactic game show in the universe, and monsters battle to prove who is the mightiest warrior. Zircon is determined to become invincible by controlling the mythical Spirit Crystal (protected by the Power Rangers), which contains six supernatural Ninja Power Throwing Stars. The evil Zircon sends his warrior contestants down to Earth to steal the Crystal, where each epic battle against the Rangers is broadcast throughout the universe.

- The Rangers -

  • Pink Ranger - TBD
  • Yellow Ranger - TBD
  • Red Ranger - TBD
  • Blue Ranger - TBD
  • White Ranger - TBD

1 Power Rangers (2017)

Power Rangers (2017) - Costumes


By the time the Power Rangers reboot movie hits theaters in March of 2017, it will have been twenty years since the last time anything Power Rangers-related was on the big screen. While the suits have raised some eyebrows and spurned concerns across the internet, it's clear by their design the movie will be a departure creatively.

However, by including the original colors and characters the movie will still be grounded in the original Power Rangers mythos. The movie also gained some favor with fans when Elizabeth Banks was cast as Rita Repulsa.

- The Rangers - 

  • Pink Ranger - Kimberly Hart (Naomi Scott) - Zord TBD
  • Yellow Ranger - Trini Kwan (Becky G.) - Zord TBD
  • Blue Ranger - Billy Cranston (RJ Cyler) - Zord TBD
  • Black Ranger - Zack Taylor (Ludi Lin) - Zord TBD
  • Red Ranger - Jason Lee Scott (Dacre Montgomery) - Zord TBD

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