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YMMV: Mirai Sentai Timeranger
  • Awesome Music - Go over time and spaaaace!
    • Time Fire's theme.
    • BAD VICTORY
  • Base Breaker: The opening is the single most contested opening theme in Sentai history. Some say it's one of the best, some say it's one of the worst.
  • Complete Monster: Captain Ryuya, Tatsuya Asami's Identical Grandson (give or take a few dozen "greats"), was the ultimate mastermind behind everything that occurred in the series, from the initial escape of Don Dolneiro to Gien's insanity; he was responsible for the crisis that took place in the finale (he had seen two futures — one in which 1/3 of the 21st century is destroyed and one in which the 31st century ceases to exist). To make matters worse, the only reason he was trying to manipulate everything was that he had received a vision that he would die in both futures.
  • Fan Favorite: Naoto Takizawa/Time Fire.
    • Domon himself also counts, if his latter appearance in Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger is to go by.
    • The series itself is this for many Sentai fans.
  • Foe Yay: Naoto and Tatsuya, specially in the part of the latter. Fridge Horror
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: In the final, special episode tributing the past Sentai in Mirai Sentai Timeranger, Domon started praising how Choudenshi Bioman started the trend of 'two women in a team'. But had this Sentai played Two Girls to a Team straight, Domon himself will most likely be replaced, being a yellow ranger himself.
    • The fact that his Power Ranger counterpart, Katie Walker, is female, it makes more funny.
  • Tear Jerker: The ending!
    • Naoto's death.
  • Too Cool to Live: Naoto.
  • The Woobie: Yuuri and Sion.
  • Villain Decay: Don Dolnero gets hit by this.


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