Characters / Juken Sentai Gekiranger

Juken Sentai Gekiranger character sheet.

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     The Gekirangers 

Geki Juken Beast Arts

Jan Kando/GekiRed | Actor: Hiroki Suzuki

Ran Uzaki/GekiYellow | Actress: Mina Fukui

Retsu Fukami/GekiBlue | Actor: Manpei Takagi

Gou Fukami/GekiViolet | Actor: Riki Miura

Ken Hisatsu/GekiChopper | Actor: Sotaro Yasuda



Miki Masaki | Actress: Kazue Itoh

  • Former Teen Rebel: She was a sukeban in her youth, and her name still carries enough fear that an entire gang of thugs runs for it when they realize who she is. Thanks to learning Juken, she's actually tougher now than she was back then, she just doesn't show off.
  • Get a Hold of Yourself, Man!: Does this to a brainwashed Ran and Natsume on separate occasions.
  • Let's Get Dangerous!: She shows off her Leopard-fist skills in the first episode, but then spends most of her time acting as backup. Thirty or so episodes later, Natsume is threatened and Miki displays enough power to impress Mele (who was using Genki at that point). Wow.
  • Mama Bear: She doesn't use it much, but Miki is a student of Geki Jyu Leopard-ken and she is more than ready to trot it out when bad guys mess with her kid.
    • Hell, she manages to control Sai Dain Oh during the episode.
  • Mission Control
  • Team Mom

Natsume Masaki

The Kensei

The Gekirangers Masters

Tropes That Apply to All

Sha Fu | Seiyu: Ichirō Nagai

Elehung Gambou | Seiyu: Yuu Mizushima

Bat Li | Seiyu: Shuichi Ikeda

Sharkie Chan | Seiyu: Hiroya Ishimaru

Gorie Yen | Seiyu: Ryuzaburo Otomo

Michelle Peng | Seiyu: Atsuko Tanaka

Bion Biao | Seiyu: Takeshi Kusao

     Rin Juken Akugata note  
Geki Juken's rival school, founded by the Kenma. Where as Geki draws power from positive emotions and a passion for justice, Rin draws strength from hatred and suffering.

Tropes that Apply to all

Rio/Black Lion Rio/Griffon King Rio | Actor: Hirofumi Araki

Leader of the revived Akugata and a former pupil of Sha Fu who trained alongside Gou and Miki, but left the school due to his desire for power.

Mele | Actress: Yuka Hirata

The Kenma

The founders of Rin Juken and former friends of the Kensei. They caused the School Rebellion when they killed Brusa Ee and tried to wipe out the rest of his students

  • The Dreaded: All three of them. The Kensei really didn't want them back and sealed their souls in bracelets. For Maku, they went the extra mile and removed his heart, which Rio and Mele also had to put back to revive him. Even the other Kenma are terrified of him.
  • Evil Is Petty: Maku. He takes nearly anything as an insult to pride, which can be something as simple as an opponent he considers unworthy picking a fight with him.
  • Evil Is Not a Toy: Surprisingly subverted with Kata and Rageku. Rio revives them with the intent of becoming their apprentice, and they do so without any tricks, baring the Training from Hell they put him through, which is what he wanted in the first place. Played straight with Maku, who Rio revives despite being warned that he'll overthrow him. Maku not only does that, but refuses to train Rio.
  • Evil Mentor: Kata and Rageku are this to Rio.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Maku. We didn't get another bad guy this hot-tempered until Shinkenger.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Rio's initial plans weren't too threatening at first since they were aimed at reviving the Kenma. Once they show up, the threat of the week starts involving the usual city wrecking Super Sentai is known for.
  • Master of Illusion: Kata, and oddly, he gets hurt a lot more easily if somebody hits him during them (compare with one punch from Jan pissing him off, to when before the Geki bazooka had no effect on him)
  • Pride: Maku (see Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy). He was thrilled to be chosen as Brusa E's successor...until he learned that he asked Shafu first, and Shafu declined. Being the second choice ate away at Maku until he went mad.
  • The Social Darwinist: All three believe that their overwhelming power means they can do whatever they want, but Kata is slightly more eloquent about it. He rants that the weak should obey the strong and the "foolish" listen to the "wise" while fighting the team.
  • Weapon of Choice


The Monsters of the Week.

In General

Makirika (voiced by Hiroshi Tsuchida)

Gyuuya (voiced by Masaharu Sato)

Five Venom Fists

Tropes that apply to all of them:

Kademu (voiced by Yoshimitsu Shimoyama)

Braco (voiced by Kunihiko Yasui)

Sorisa (voiced by Shinobu Adachi)

Moriya (voiced by Koichi Sakaguchi)

Maga (voiced by Takashi Nagasako)

Muzankoze (voiced by Yousuke Akimoto)

Nagiu (voiced by Keiichi Nanba)

Eruka (voiced by Ryuzou Ishino)

Rasuka (voiced by Kunihiro Kawamoto)

Rutsu (voiced by Taiki Matsuno)

Dokariya (voiced by Yukitoshi Hori)

Hihi (voiced by Bin Shimada)

Pououte (voiced by Dai Matsumoto)

Chouda (voiced by Yasuaki Takumi)

Tsuneki (voiced by Yasuhiro Takato)

Mukoua (voiced by Masaru Obayashi)

Tabu (voiced by Taichiro Horikawa)

Marashiya (voiced by Takayuki Kondo)

Niwa (voiced by Keiko Sakai)

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Long/Infernal Dragon | Actor: Naoki Kawano

  • A God Am I: As he's an ancient being, he's close to a God and thinks that he has the rights to treat every living beings as nothing but his stress toys.
  • And I Must Scream: His fate at the end of the series.
  • Big Bad
  • Breath Weapon.
  • The Chessmaster: He was behind the events of the whole series. He turned Maku evil, thus resulting in the School Rebellion, he was the one who set Rio on his path to gain power, and was also the reason Jan was raised as an orphan.
  • Complete Immortality: Something the Gekirangers find the hard way, even getting blown to pieces doesn't stop him down.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: His fights are either him dishing these out or ending up on the receiving end of them.
  • Dragon-in-Chief: To Rio, literally.
  • Eviler Than Thou: To Rio.
  • Evil Mentor: Was this Maku in the past. Tries to play it with Rio, but has difficulty with getting him to listen. He states that he was still easier to manipulate than Maku, hence why he keeps using him even after Maku is revived
  • Expy: His true form looks a lot like King Ghidorah.
  • Feel No Pain: Getting hit with a Finishing Move doesn't get a strong reaction from him.
  • For the Evulz: Holy shit yeah! His entire motive is that he thinks the world is boring.
  • Jerkass: His true colors. He smugly mocks everyone and everything in the series. He openly admits that the Rin Juken are nothing of his amusement, mocks the Kensei for believing in fighting to defend others as "rubbish", and chides Juken as nothing more than imitating animals which views himself as the strongest.Even
  • The Law of Diminishing Defensive Effort: Played with. He does defend and avoid attacks, even though he never seems to react to pain, and by the finale, nothing seems to hurt him. He only seems to do it show his opponents how outclassed they are.
  • Light Is Not Good: Gold colored outfit, hair, fighting form, true form, and he is easily one of the most evil characters in Super Sentai franchise. Rin Juken is in fact based of his own technique.
  • Ironic Hell: His motives were escaping boredom, and he ends up sealed into a sphere for all eternity. Lampshaded by Xia Fu.
  • Man Behind the Man: To Rio and Maku
  • Man in White: Man gold, but fits the trope anyways.
  • Manipulative Bastard
  • No-Sell: After reabsorbing Sanyo, everything aside from Rio's suicide attack, which he still came back from. Even when the core three Gekirangers get the upper hand in the finale and deliver a fairly one-sided beating to him, he gets back up like nothing happened.
  • One-Winged Angel: His true form is mutliheaded gold dragon that in rarity for the series isn't a humanoid monster, it walks on four legs.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: Is gigantic, immortal, can shapeshift, and in his human form is also a skilled martial-artist.
  • Remember the New Guy: Maku sees him and unlike everybody else, he knows who he is, though of course doesn't say. Rageku recognizes his fighting form and she's terrified of him before he kills her.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: At the end.
  • Smug Snake
  • The Sociopath
  • Story-Breaker Power: As he can't be killed, it means he's almost unstoppable. Key word is almost. The Kenma created a technique to seal him, and part of why it worked is because he never expected it.
  • Psychotic Smirk: His default expression.
  • Time Abyss
  • Treacherous Advisor
  • True Final Boss
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: Can turn from a kaiju to a human.
  • Walking Spoiler
  • Who Wants to Live Forever?: He's immortal, and everything he's done stems from his sheer boredom with the world.
  • You Have Out Lived Your Usefulness: Stated regarded the Kenma after Maku is killed, stating Rio has nothing left to learn from them. As Rageku is the only one left, he kills her himself.


Suugu/Dan Kando | Actor: Kenji Ohba

Shiyuu (voiced by Shigeo Kiyama)

Gouyuu (voiced by Mitsuaki Madono)

  • A Load of Bull: He is based on an Ox.
  • Hypocrite: Loves to imitate people using his magic mirrors, yet hates being imitated.
  • Magic Mirror: He trapped Retsu inside a mirror and replaced him with a duplicate to infiltrate the Gekirangers. That failed!

Haku (voiced by Kiyotaka Furushima)

Hiso (voiced by Keiko Han)

Dorou (voiced by Tetsu Inada)

  • Action Duo: With Sojo. They cannot attack properly without him.

Sojo (voiced by Kyosei Tsukui)

Shuen (voiced by Hiroyuki Shibamoto)

Kou (voiced by Kunihiko Yasui)

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