History Franchise / SuperSentai

22nd Mar '18 4:37:42 PM Delphi
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* FlatCharacter: In the eighties shows, there was a trend of the villains having a minion such as Okalampa, Gash, Kyodai or Kuragen whose sole purpose was to enlarge the monster. They would show up when the monster was defeated, enlarge it, say a catchphrase and leave. And that was all there was to them. While post-eighties shows also sometimes have dedicated monster-growers like Luckyuro, Kyuuemon, Insarn or Acha and Kocha, they do get to have some personality besides that.
16th Mar '18 4:48:38 PM Kindle4Light
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** ''Uchu Sentai Kyuranger the Movie: The Geth Indaver's Counterattack''
** ''Uchu Sentai Kyuranger: Episode of Stinger''
** ''Uchu Sentai Kyuranger vs. Space Squad''
26th Feb '18 9:31:56 AM Eddy1215
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* MakeMyMonsterGrow: Practically the TropeCodifier. In nearly every series (with exceptions such as ''[[Series/TokusouSentaiDekaranger Dekaranger]]'' and ''[[Series/TokumeiSentaiGoBusters Go-Busters]]''), after the MonsterOfTheWeek is defeated at human size by the Super Sentai team, it becomes a giant which the team then fights in their HumongousMecha for a FinalBatle.

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* MakeMyMonsterGrow: Practically the TropeCodifier. In nearly every series (with exceptions such as ''[[Series/TokusouSentaiDekaranger Dekaranger]]'' and ''[[Series/TokumeiSentaiGoBusters Go-Busters]]''), after the MonsterOfTheWeek is defeated at human size by the Super Sentai team, it becomes a giant which the team then fights in their HumongousMecha for a FinalBatle.FinalBattle.
26th Feb '18 9:31:35 AM Eddy1215
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* MakeMyMonsterGrow: Practically the TropeCodifier. In nearly every series (with exceptions such as ''[[Series/TokusouSentaiDekaranger Dekaranger]]'' and ''[[Series/TokumeiSentaiGoBusters Go-Busters]]''), after the MonsterOfTheWeek is defeated at human size by the Super Sentai team, it becomes a giant which the team then fights in their HumongousMecha for a FinalBatle.
17th Feb '18 12:40:35 PM maslego
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* ''Series/TokumeiSentaiGobusters'' (2012-2013) (''Power Rangers Beast Morphers'', [[OutOfOrder which actually follows]] ''Ninja Steel'')

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* ''Series/TokumeiSentaiGobusters'' (2012-2013) (''Power Rangers Beast Morphers'', (''Series/PowerRangersBeastMorphers'', [[OutOfOrder which actually follows]] ''Ninja Steel'')
17th Feb '18 12:30:15 PM hello86
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* ''Series/TokumeiSentaiGobusters'' (2012-2013)

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* ''Series/TokumeiSentaiGobusters'' (2012-2013)(2012-2013) (''Power Rangers Beast Morphers'', [[OutOfOrder which actually follows]] ''Ninja Steel'')
8th Feb '18 11:02:53 AM SCBlue
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*** Year 1: Experimentation (''Hurricaneger'', ''Gekiranger'', ''Go-Busters'', ''Kyuranger''). Attempts to play with and deconstruct the Super Sentai formulas are tried and tested, like rival teams or DarkerAndEdgier takes. Also, it follows the ThreePlusTwo team scheme and always introduces new colors to the core team.

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*** Year 1: Experimentation (''Hurricaneger'', ''Gekiranger'', ''Go-Busters'', ''Kyuranger''). Attempts to play with and deconstruct the Super Sentai formulas are tried and tested, like rival teams or DarkerAndEdgier takes. Also, it follows the ThreePlusTwo team scheme (though ''Kyuranger'' has broken this) and always introduces new colors to the core team.
8th Feb '18 7:18:21 AM Cryoclaste
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The addition of mecha to the series was made with the third installment, ''Battle Fever J'', which was originally intended as an adaptation of CaptainAmerica in the spirit of the [[Series/SpiderManJapan Japanese live-action version]] of ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' (which also featured a giant robot). This is actually where the "Super" in "Super Sentai" comes from; for years ''Goranger'' and ''J.A.K.Q.'' were just called "Sentai" and not counted in chronologies until the 20th anniversary with ''Ohranger''.

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The addition of mecha to the series was made with the third installment, ''Battle Fever J'', which was originally intended as an adaptation of CaptainAmerica ComicBook/CaptainAmerica in the spirit of the [[Series/SpiderManJapan Japanese live-action version]] of ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' (which also featured a giant robot). This is actually where the "Super" in "Super Sentai" comes from; for years ''Goranger'' and ''J.A.K.Q.'' were just called "Sentai" and not counted in chronologies until the 20th anniversary with ''Ohranger''.
3rd Feb '18 3:27:53 PM SCBlue
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*** Year 2: Wacky Stuff (''Abaranger'', ''Go-Onger'', ''Kyoryuger''). A still moderate "[[{{Reconstruction}} return to form]]" that plays up all of Sentai's classic corniness by adding even more corniness on top of it, such as a BigWhat scene. Included are cartoony elements like the RogerRabbitEffect or ConspicuousCGI used for ToonPhysics.

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*** Year 2: Wacky Stuff (''Abaranger'', ''Go-Onger'', ''Kyoryuger'').''Kyoryuger'', ''Lupinranger VS Patranger''). A still moderate "[[{{Reconstruction}} return to form]]" that plays up all of Sentai's classic corniness by adding even more corniness on top of it, such as a BigWhat scene. Included are cartoony elements like the RogerRabbitEffect or ConspicuousCGI used for ToonPhysics.
31st Jan '18 6:13:56 PM AndyLA
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* HenshinHero: They mostly don't use the word itself, instead opting to use phrases that include the([[GratuitousEnglish english]]) word "change". However, the ''Ohrangers'' and ''Magirangers'' say it, and the ''Shinkengers'' have it written on their [[TransformationTrinket Shodophones]]. The ''[[Series/ShurikenSentaiNinninger Ninningers]]'' use ''"Shuriken Henge! (Shuriken Transform!)"'' as their call.

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* HenshinHero: They mostly don't use the word itself, instead opting to use phrases that include the([[GratuitousEnglish english]]) word "change". However, the ''Ohrangers'' and ''Magirangers'' say it, and the ''Shinkengers'' have it written on their [[TransformationTrinket Shodophones]]. The ''[[Series/ShurikenSentaiNinninger Ninningers]]'' use ''"Shuriken Henge! (Shuriken Transform!)"'' as their call.call (except for Starninger, who says "Shuriken Change!").
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