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Leo Corbett / Red Galaxy Ranger

Portrayed by: Danny Slavin
Voiced by: Alfredo Gabriel Basurto (Latin American Spanish dub), Teruaki Ogawa (Japanese dub), Eric Artell (Power Rangers: Super Legends)

Leo was a stowaway on Terra Venture to see the universe, only to be roped in when Maya asked him and the other officers to help her out. While he did not pull out the Red Quasar Saber from the stone, he was made the Red Galaxy Ranger after his brother Mike gave it to him before his supposed death.

  • Battle Strip: When you tear your shirt off only to morph five seconds later, you're pretty much showing off.
  • Character Development: Goes from an impulsive, somewhat brash stowaway to the brave, strong ranger he was destined to be.
  • Friend to All Children: Little kids love him. He's seen several times running around and playing with the children of Terra Venture.
  • Mr. Fanservice: Cue shirtless scene. Plus he gets Ship Tease with every female Galaxy Ranger, a one-time love interest and Trakeena.
  • The Hero: He had some doubts at first, but grew into this.
  • Hot-Blooded: Though a worthy leader, Leo can be a impulsive hothead at times.
  • I Let Gwen Stacy Die: He held a fair amount of angst over failing to save his brother Mike in the second episode, and sometimes even considers himself unworthy of being a Ranger. He mostly gets over it over time and gets over it completely when Mike is revealed to be alive.
  • King of Beasts: His main zord is the Lion Galactabeast.
  • Knife Nut: The Magna Talon, his preferred form of the Transdagger.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: Not that he's ever done anything particularly bad but in the episode "Orion Rising", Maya and Kendrix started arguing and rather than trying to intervene or help them, he instead gleefully listens to their quarrel and even gets Kai to join him. This results in Kendrix accidentally throwing a piece of cake on Leo (which was meant to hit Maya).
  • Jumped at the Call: He wasn't selected to go one Terra Venture, but snuck on board.
  • Law of Chromatic Superiority: He gets a unique upgrade for his bike, and is the second Red to receive a Battlizer.
  • Meaningful Name: "Leo" meaning "lion," which is his Galactabeast.
  • Playing with Fire: It gets the most plot relevance - the other Rangers' elements are mostly aesthetic, but Leo's turns out to be Grunchor's weakness.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Red to Kai's Blue.
  • Rookie Red Ranger: Only by virtue of not being one of the original five to get a Quasar Saber and by being the youngest.
  • Shirtless Scene: Which made it into the opening montage.
  • The Unchosen One: Subverted. Something that causes him no small amount of worry is the fact that his brother Mike was the one who drew the Red Quasar Saber and not him. Leo ends up using this as motivation to better himself as a Ranger to prove himself worthy of his brother's trust and sacrifice. Mike also noted upon his return that the Red Quasar Saber may been meant for Leo all along, and it was simply his destiny to pull it from the stone and give it to his little brother. As shown in Lightspeed Rescue, Wild Force, and Super Megaforce, Leo is able to remove the Red Quasar Saber from the stone.
  • Unlimited Wardrobe: Despite being a stowaway with no luggage he went through the most civilian clothing changes before finally settling on his regular outfit.
  • Tall, Dark, and Handsome

Kai Chen / Blue Galaxy Ranger

Portrayed by: Archie Kao
Voiced by: Eduardo Garza (Latin American Spanish dub), Kazuki Maehara (Japanese dub)

Kai was a communications officer for Terra Venture, and while he did not join the others to Miranoi initially, he came back for them with Damon. He pulled the Blue Quasar Saber from the stone, becoming the Blue Galaxy Ranger.

Damon Henderson / Green Galaxy Ranger

Portrayed by: Reggie Rolle
Voiced by: Antonio Galvez (Latin American Spanish dub), Takashi Onozuka (Japanese dub), Keith Ferguson (Power Rangers: Super Legends)

Damon was an engineer for Terra Venture, and joined Kai when the latter went to Miranoi to help the others. He pulled the Green Quasar Saber from the stone, becoming the Green Galaxy Ranger.

  • Automatic Crossbow: The Trans Blaster, his preferred form of the Transdagger.
  • Bald of Awesome: He is bald but no less badass than the others.
  • The Bait: In "Race to the Rescue" and the finale, to his annoyance.
  • Black and Nerdy: He's black and a Mr. Fixit/Grease Monkey.
  • Blow You Away: Implied on occasion (a carryover from Gingaman)
  • Butt-Monkey: He always seems to get stuck as the decoy during missions, which he lampshades when it happens.
  • Genius Bruiser
  • Grease Monkey: He rejects a promotion because he likes getting dirty.
  • Kicked Upstairs: One episode has him competing with another engineer for the position of lead mechanic. He wins, but promptly turns it over to his rival when learns he'd just be drafting diagrams and won't be able to get his hands dirty anymore.
  • Mr Fix It / The Engineer: He was the Megaship's mechanic after the Space Rangers left it on Earth.
  • Noble Bird of Prey: His main zord is the Condor Galactabeast.
  • The Heart
  • The Smart Guy: He's the most mechanically knowledgeable of the team.
  • Wind Is Green: Wind doesn't actually have a color, but he still has the aesthetic.

Maya / Yellow Galaxy Ranger

Portrayed by: Cerina Vincent
Voiced by: Ana María Grey (eps. 1-15, Latin American Spanish dub), Irma Carmona (eps. 16-45, Latin American Spanish dub), Eri Tanaka (Japanese dub)

Maya was a native on the planet Miranoi, but when Furio and the Stingwingers attacked her planet for the Quasar Sabers, she ran off to find a group of people to help her out. She pulled the Yellow Quasar Saber from the stone, becoming the Yellow Galaxy Ranger.

Kendrix Morgan / Pink Galaxy Ranger I

Portrayed by: Valerie Vernon
Voiced by: Isabel Romo (Latin American Spanish dub), Yuki Matsuoka (Japanese dub)

Kendrix was an science officer for Terra Venture, and joined Leo and Mike when Maya asked them for help on Miranoi. She pulled the Pink Quasar Saber from the stone, becoming the Pink Galaxy Ranger.

  • Adaptational Intelligence: Not that her Sentai counterpart is dim-witted or anything, but Kendrix is a genius.
  • Badass Bookworm: You'd think she wouldn't be able to handle herself, but she was seeing action even before being a Ranger.
  • The Cutie: She's a sweet person and didn't try to turn Leo over after learning he was a stowaway.
  • Determinator: The episode where she fills in for her Identical Stranger Carolyn in a movie and continues doing takes over and over again to the point of physical pain and exhaustion without complaint could just be seen as a throwaway moral lesson in a filler episode. But then consider that these circumstances are highly reminiscent of how she dies in her Heroic Sacrifice, going into the vortex despite it hurting her and knowing that it will most likely kill her. Kendrix is just that kind of person.
  • Death by Adaptation: Saya didn't die in Gingaman, even if it's a Disney Death.
  • Disney Death: She's brought back to life. Don't ask how, the show never gives an answer.
  • Go Out with a Smile: In her Heroic Sacrifice moment.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Via Real Life Writes the Plot.
  • Hot Librarian: She's as pretty as she is smart.
  • Mega Neko: Her Galactabeast / zord.
  • Meganekko: She wears glasses, even in her morphing scenes.
  • Nerds Are Sexy: She's pretty much female Billy.
  • Panthera Awesome: Her main zord is the Wild Cat Galactabeast.
  • Petal Power: Implied on occasion (a carryover from Gingaman)
  • Ship Tease: Gets the most with Leo more than Maya, Trakeena or Karone do. Had her actress not needed to leave the show for cancer treatment, it would have ended in a Relationship Upgrade.
  • The Smart Girl: She's Terra Venture's head scientist.
  • Spirit Advisor: Her ghost saves Karone from falling off a cliff, and she appears in Maya's dreams.
  • The Straight and Arrow Path: The Beta Bow, her preferred form of the Transdagger.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The girly girl to Maya's tomboy.
  • Unexplained Recovery: In the finale, no explanation was given for how she was restored to life. (Admittedly, no-one had ever directly stated she had been killed, although it was pretty obvious; the actress portraying her had to leave after being diagnosed with leukemia, and the writers felt that they were safe with such an option, given the almost universal positive response to Zordon's Heroic Sacrifice in the previous series.) There was a lot of speculation among fans, like that the Sabre had something to do with it, but nothing definite.note 

Magna Defender

Voiced by: Kerrigan Mahan, Edgar Sosa (Latin American Spanish dub), Seiji Sasaki (Japanese dub)

3000 years ago, the Magna Defender fought against Scorpius after the latter killed his son Zika. However, he was tossed into a crevasse by Trecheron on Miranoi, and remained there for years until Mike fell into the crevasse. Using Mike's body as a host, the Magna Defender reignited his revenge on Scorpius, even though his methods clashed with the Rangers.

  • A Load of Bull: His main zord is the Torozord.
  • Action Dad: His motivation is to avenge his son's death.
  • Age Lift: Possibly. In Gingaman, his son was instead his kid brother.
  • Ambiguously Human: Well, we assume he's a human, a Human Alien or an alien resembling one like Trakeena under that suit. We never see him demorph, even his ghost is still wearing the armor.
  • Anti-Hero: He's technically on the side of good by virtue of being against Scorpius, but he's willing to endanger innocent lives and in the present motivated mainly by revenge.
  • Badass Baritone
  • Badass Cape: Part of his suit.
  • Best Served Cold: His only motivation is revenge of Scorpius.
  • Black and Grey Morality: The first morally grey character in Power Rangers.
  • Black Knight: At least appearance-wise. Personality-wise, he is... complicated.
  • Cynicism Catalyst: The death of his son.
  • Dead Person Conversation: with his son.
  • Dub Name Change: He's known as the Magna Guardian in the Japanese dub.
  • Fallen Hero: While not a straight villain, he used to be his planet's protector until his son was murdered and he spent thousands of years trapped in an abyss, turning him into an Anti-Hero motivated only by revenge and willing to endanger innocent lives to get what he wants.
  • Knight Templar: He was willing to destroy Terra Venture and murder every inhabitant if that's what it took to defeat Scorpius.
  • Lack of Empathy: He'll use or hurt anyone for his revenge. Even Trakeena, who was innocent at the time, was almost killed by him. His Torozord forgoes its usual Undying Loyalty for this.
  • Out Living Ones Offspring: His son was murdered by Scorpius thousands of years ago.
  • Revenge Before Reason: He's completely consumed by revenge to the point of being willing to do horrible things to get it.
  • Redemption Equals Death: Aided by the spirit of his son, he redeems himself for the destruction he caused by sacrificing himself and freeing Mike.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Against Scorpius for the death of his son.
  • Papa Wolf: Failed at being one, but was obsessed with revenge for his son afterwards.
  • Sealed Good in a Can: Was imprisoned in an abyss thousands of years ago by Treacheron until he escaped in modern day.
  • Sixth Ranger: Subverted, he wants nothing to do with the Rangers.
  • Suicide by Cop: Seriously. When he's wounded, weak, and nearly powerless, he tries this, telling Leo that he can gain Mike back via his death. He then draws his sword so that Leo can "call it self defense". (However, Leo does not, and later MD is able to do it via Heroic Sacrifice and save Terra Venture.)
  • Swiss Army Weapon: His Magna Sword can become the Magna Blaster when sheathed.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Endangers a young girl to get at Fish Face. Though to be fair, last time he was in the same situation the kid still ended up dead regardless.
  • You Killed My Son: His son is killed many years before the series by Scorpius.

Mike Corbett/ Magna Defender II

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Portrayed by: Russell Lawrence
Voiced by: Bardo Miranda (Latin American Spanish dub), Hiroshi Tsuchida (Japanese dub)

Mike was a security personnel assigned to Terra Venture, and the older brother to Leo. While he pulled the Red Quasar Saber from the stone, he fell into a crevasse created by Furio and was presumed dead. In reality, his body was used as a vessel for the Magna Defender, but when the latter died, he was set free and received the powers.

Karone / Pink Galaxy Ranger II

Portrayed by: Melody Perkins
Voiced by: Carola Vázquez (Latin American Spanish dub), Ai Orikasa (Japanese dub)

Orignally the Princess of Darkness Astronema, Karone was free from Dark Spector's influence thanks to her brother Andros' actions. After the events of In Space, Karone came across the orphaned Pink Quasar Saber after Kendrix died, and became the second Pink Galaxy Ranger.

Note: See also the character sheet for Power Rangers in Space.

  • Adaptational Heroism: Shibolena was NOT supposed to pull a Heel–Face Turn at the end of Megaranger or become Saya's replacement in Gingaman.
  • The Atoner: She wants to atone for her evil deeds as Astronema.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her black leather outfit is not only tight but also rather small for certain reason.
  • The Chick: She's even chickier.
  • Continuity Nod: Even without the multicolored wigs, she still changes her hair style far more often than anyone else. Maya alternates between two hair styles (loose and a twisted half up, half down style) and Kendrix generally wears either a severe ponytail or a more relaxed one with a few locks to frame her face, unless there's a specific plot-relevant reason she isn't. Karone, who only appears in about seven episodes, wears her hair loose, in a ponytail, with one pink clip pulling it to the side, with a pink headband, like Baby Spice, braided half-up with pink stars. Also, while her outfit is more conventional, she still seems to have a thing for black leather...
    • The Girlish Pig Tails may or may not be a Shout-Out to Patricia Ja Lee, who regularly wore the style in Turbo and was originally going to be the replacement Pink Galaxy Ranger.
    • There's a Hoberman sphere like the one she and Andros were playing with when Darkonda kidnapped her in her and Maya's room after she moves onto the Terra Venture.
  • Cute Bruiser: Her first few appearances anyway... she is the former Princess of Evil, after all.
  • The Cutie: Easily slides into this role after Kendrix's departure.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Starts when she's kidnapped as a child and runs all the way through pretty much the entire previous season. She's trying like no one's business to make up for it, though.
  • Designated Girl Fight: Between her and Trakeena in "Protect the Quasar Saber". The Mirror Match between her and "Astronema" in the following episode could count also.
  • Easily Forgiven: Despite feeling quite guilty about it herself, nobody really gives her any grief about her past as Astronema. Even a warrior she turned to stone (and left there...for years) pretty much instantly forgave her. Though it does take her a little longer to forgive herself.
    • A story in the Boom Studios 25th anniversary special does show Karone put on trial for her past actions and many worlds not letting her past go. It ends with Andros using a hologram to make it appear as if the Astronema side of Karone has been split off and then destroyed to allow her to be found not guilty.
  • Non-Expository Hairstyle Change: As noted above in her Continuity Nod, she still changes hairstyles in between each episode and just like before, there's no particular reason for it.
  • Expy: Of Katherine "Kat" Hilliard.
  • Foil: To Kendrix. She's more childish, doesn't wear her signature color besides a hair bow or hair clip, and while she's no ditz, she isn't the genius Kendrix was either. Interestingly, she has even more in common with Maya than Kendrix did due to them both being tomboyish Human Aliens.
  • Friend to All Children: The second episode featuring her shows her playing catch/tag with a bunch of kids and clearly enjoying herself. As she explains it, she never had much of a childhood and is trying to make up for lost time.
  • Good Feels Good: She's much happier being a good guy than she was as Astronema. She lampshades it more much later in Super Megaforce.
    "I love being a Power Ranger!"
  • How Do I Shot Web?: "Galactabeasts, over here!!"
  • Human Aliens: She's not from Earth.
  • Instant Expert: Zig-Zagged. She was trained to fight when she was evil; it was just which side she was up against that changed. She's also able to morph the first time without any difficulty whatsoever. Averted when she summons her Galactabeast for the first time. See How Do I Shot Web? above.
  • It Runs in the Family: Her brother is a Red Ranger.
  • Lady of War: Of the Cute Bruiser variety. She's a former Princess of Evil, is pretty handy in a fight, and is more rough-and-tumble compared to Kendrix.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Black. Leather. Yum. She also barely follows Color-Coded for Your Convenience. The only pink she wears are things like hairclips and headbands. The fact that she's the first of only two Pink Rangers to don a skintight leather outfit makes it all the more memorable.
  • Only One Name: Again, her last name is unknown, and possibly she doesn't have last name at all.
  • Panthera Awesome: Her main zord is the Wild Cat Galactabeast.
  • Sadistic Choice / Take a Third Option: During their fight, "Astronema" takes Leo hostage with a sword to the throat, while Karone has her trusty old staff pointed at her and taunts that she can't have it both ways. Realizing she can't fire the staff without possibly frying Leo as well, Karone offers herself in his place.
  • Secret Test of Character: Sort of. In the episode right after she becomes Ranger, she's forced to face an illusion of Astronema—without morphing. The Illusion threatened to kill Leo, who was not only severely injured from previous battle against Monster of the Week but his hands were also tied. Faced with the Sadistic Choice of either letting her past self kill Leo or risk killing him herself destroying her past self, Karone elects to Take a Third Option and tell Astronema to take her instead. This action surprises the Illusion, who immediately vanishes.
  • The Straight and Arrow Path: The Beta Bow, her preferred form of the Transdagger.
  • Talking To Herself- In-universe example: she fights a personified version of her former self as Astronema to prove that she really has reformed from darkness and they're both played by Melody Perkins.
  • The Sixth Ranger: Just not an "extra Ranger" that would come in occasionally for backup, like how Tommy (in the first season of MMPR), Zhane, Mike, Ryan, or Eric, etc. were.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The Girly Girl to Maya's Tomboy and again, she slides into this almost seamlessly after replacing Kendrix. She's got more of a tomboyish streak in her, though.

    Their Friends 

Alpha 6

Voiced by: Wendee Lee, Rocío Prado (Latin American Spanish dub), Mari Maruta (Japanese dub)
The robotic assistant to the Turbo and Space Rangers. Alpha continued his role as the Astro Megaship's caretaker.
  • The Artifact: He doesn't fill his usual role as the Mission Control anymore, and only seems to be there as a reference to the Zordon Era.
  • Demoted to Extra: Doesn't appear much once the Lights of Orion start coming into the picture.
  • Mission Control: Doesn't always fill this role, but does point them to danger several times, particularly in the first few episodes.
  • Robot Buddy: As usual, his entire purpose.
  • Verbal Tic: "Ay yi yi!"


Voiced by: Julie Maddalena, Rocío Prado (Latin American Spanish dub)
The Astro Megaship's A.I.

Commander Stanton

Portrayed by: Tom Whyte
Voiced by: Martín Soto (Latin American Spanish dub), Atsuki Tani (Japanese dub)
The captain of Terra Venture.
  • The Captain: Commander of Terra Venture.
  • Goal in Life: He always wanted to explore the stars, and commanding the first ever Exploration Space-colony is a dream come true. Even in the face of constant monster attacks he never looses faith in their mission. Only when Terra Venture is moments from impact with another planet does he questions if it what they did amounted to anything.
  • Going Down with the Ship: After ordering all of the civilians and personnel to evacuate Terra Venture, he does his duty and remains on the bridge, watching the stars go by.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: He actually takes a guy called Captain Mutiny at his word. Amazingly, the guy double-crosses them. Otherwise...
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Doesn't hold it against three of his officers, one of whom just reappeared after being gone, possibly declared dead for a few months, frequently disappear on him, even when he should as their commanding officer. It's because he (along with his boss, High Councilor Reiner, herself an example of this trope) are implied to be...
    • Secret Secret-Keeper: ...aware that three of their senior staff and three stowaways are the Rangers. Mike is even cut off before he tries to explain where he's been, implying they know. Later, they don't seem to question Kendrix's absence (and sudden reappearance in the finale) and another stowaway (who they may be aware was the former Astronema) among their company of six in her place, implying they were aware of what caused her absence.

Bulk and Professor Phenomenous | (Actors: Paul Schrier and Jack Banning)
Portrayed by: Paul Schrier (Bulk) and Jack Banning (Phenomenous)
Voiced by: Carlos del Campo (Bulk, Latin American Spanish dub) and Gabriel Chávez (Phenomenous, Latin American Spanish dub); Noboru Ōyama (Bulk, Japanese dub) and Katsuhiro Kitagawa (Phenomenus, Japanese dub)

  • Demoted to Extra: While they still filled some screentime with comical scenes in Power Rangers in Space, in this series, they only appear in a handful of cameos without doing much of anything.


    Scorpius and Trakeena Army 


Portrayed by: Amy Miller
Voiced by: Diana Pérez (Latin American Spanish dub), Sachi Asakura (Japanese dub), Kim Mai Guest (Power Rangers: Super Legends)

The daughter to Scorpius, Trakeena was raised spoiled and lacked any fighting skills what so ever. However, after some training from Villamax, she became skilled in sword play and martial arts, eventually taking over her dead father's role of attacking Terra Venture and the Power Rangers.

  • Adaptational Modesty: Her Sentai counterpart, Shelinda, shows a lot of skin.
  • Avenging the Villain: For Scorpius.
  • Ax-Crazy / Omnicidal Maniac: Merging with Deviot turns her into one, to the point that even Villamax, her most loyal soldier, ends up not being safe from her wrath.
  • The Baroness: She's vain, always in black and has No Sense of Personal Space, whether it be with Leo or a monster of the day disguised as one of Maya's old friends, complete with having her finger on the latter's human disguise. Leo and Damon even admit to themselves they're attracted to her.
  • Big Bad: Takes over as the main villain for this season after Scorpius is defeated, and is the final villain the rangers have to face.
  • Bizarre Alien Biology: She looks like a human with some insectoid traits, her species begin their life in a human-like form then at some point enter a cocoon and metamorphosis into a full insectoid creature.
  • Bratty Teenage Daughter: Initially.
  • Cat Fight: Astronema Karone vs. Trakeena! Ding!
  • Character Development: Quite possibly the best developed villain in a Power Rangers series that doesn't turn good. She starts off little more than a spoiled brat, not very battle competent, and more concerned with her looks than evil. After being trained by Villamax she soon takes over as the new Big Bad following her father's death and proves to be far more competent than he ever was. After merging with Deviot she becomes a complete psychopath and issues a suicide bomb attack to destroy Terra Venture, and in a last ditch effort she finally goes into the cocoon she once rejected, to obtain her One-Winged Angel form.
  • Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: Treacheron, Deviot, and Villamax found that out the hard way.
  • Daddy's Little Villain: She's Scorpius' daughter.
  • Dark Action Girl: Once she Took a Level in Badass.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: She frames Treacheron simply because he was stern toward her, causing her father to brand him a traitor. He ends up dying before he has a chance to clear his name.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: She's absolutely distraught when her father Scorpius dies, to the point of even audibly crying.
  • Evil Is Petty: One of her schemes involves sending a monster to steal the beauty of all the women on Terra Venture, just because it said there were probably better looking than her.
  • Evil Makes You Ugly: Her forced fusion and eventual entrance to The Cocoon occurred when she became more vicious. It also changes her make-up to include unsightly lines running from her eyes, making her look crazy (or crazier).
  • Expy: One for Shelinda of Gignaman, whose Japanese actress and very skimpy outfit ensured she wouldn't show up.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: From whiny little spoiled brat to one of the most memorable villains in Power Rangers history.
  • Fusion Dance: The finale begins with Deviot forcing both of them into the cocoon, at the cost of his life. Trakeena comes out with Deviot's arm cannon, metallic reverb, and his ruthlessness. The only thing she didn't steal from him was his cowardice.
  • Hate Sink: All of her actions, even before she absorbed what was left of Deviot's personality (and that includes framing Treacheron and deliberately sending him to his death), make it perfectly clear she was never meant to be liked.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Trakeena proved to be much deadlier than her father ever was.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: Her entire character arc.
  • One-Winged Angel: Her insectile form counts as this. In Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue, she tries to turn back into it. Thanks to the Big Bad of that series, she gets turned into a gigantic monster that's only stopped by the combined power of the Omega Megazord and the Lights of Orion.
  • The Other Darrin: Jennifer Burns takes over the role from Amy Miller in the Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue crossover, due to Miller's disgust with the script resulting in her departure before filming any scenes.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Which is shown in the course of one episode. At first she is utterly humiliated by some thugs in a Bad-Guy Bar. But after heavy training under the guidance of Villamax, she manages to deliver a humiliating defeat to said thugs.
  • Ungrateful Bitch: She framed Treacheron despite his loyalty, deliberately inciting his death, and killed Villamax, who had trained her and stood by her side loyally.
  • World's Most Beautiful Woman: When she visits Terra Venture in disguise as an ordinary human, everyone is struck dumb just looking at her, including the male Rangers. Hilarity Ensues.
  • You Killed My Father: She wants revenge on the rangers, most notably Leo, for this.


Voiced by: Kim Strauss, Eduardo Ménez (base voice, Latin American Spanish dub), Unknown (ep. 14, Latin American Spanish dub), Atsuki Tani (Japanese dub)
An alien insectoid warlord, Scorpius would direct his attention on the Power Rangers and Terra Venture in order to collect the Quasar Sabers and the Lights of Orion.
  • Big Bad: The first main villain of the series and the one that started the conflict with the rangers.
  • Bizarre Alien Biology: Even more so than his daughter: while he looks bizarre as it is, he's implied to have once looked humanoid like his daughter before metamorphosing into his current form at some point.
  • Combat Tentacles: They're actually pretty useful in battle.
  • Disc-One Final Boss: Although the first Big Bad, he is killed off in episode 21.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: See Papa Wolf below.
  • Galactic Conqueror: He had conquered several worlds before encountering Terra Venture.
  • Noble Demon: He's been described as less of a villain and more of a warrior king.
  • Non-Indicative Name: Nothing about him says "scorpion." He's more like a tick with tentacles.
  • Orcus on His Throne: His status as a villain who sits around and relies on his minions to do all the work is justified- he's a giant spider thing, he can't really move around all that well.
  • Papa Wolf: We don't recommend hurting Trakeena in front of Scorpius.
  • Psycho Electro: On top of his tentacles, his main means of attack are electrical bolts.
  • Starfish Aliens: A spider-octopus-blob thing... with a human-like daughter.
  • Vagina Dentata: His mouth gives this impression.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Murdered the Magna Defender's son.


Voiced by: Bob Papenbrook, Carlos del Campo (Latin American Spanish dub), Yūto Kazama (Japanese dub)
A treacherous robotic alien who swore allegiance to Scorpius in an attempt to use the cocoons powers for himself.
  • Adaptational Villainy: His Gingaman counterpart, Biznella, is still a villain, but nowhere as horrible as Deviot becomes.
  • Arm Cannon: His primary weapon.
  • The Chessmaster: Frequently.
  • Dirty Coward: Tends to run away or plead for his life whenever he faces a real threat.
  • Dragon with an Agenda: He joined Scorpius' army, with the intention of entering The Cocoon.
  • Evil Brit: Courtesy of the late Bob Papenbrook.
  • Expy: He and Villamax fill similar roles to Darkonda and Ecliptor, although Deviot prefers not to get his own hands dirty.
  • The Heavy: Scorpius and Trakeena may be the Big Bad, but once Deviot's on the scene he's usually the one doing the scheming, and the fighting.
  • Hate Sink: Much like Darkonda, he seems to be designed to standout in a as reprehensible in a cast of villains who have someone they care about as well as some sort of line they won't cross. Every time he speaks honestly (which is rare) it's with a clear sense of entitlement and superiority. He's such an asshole that even after Trakeena kills him, his pure evil and selfishness lives on in Trakeena and drags her down to his level and beyond.
  • He Knows Too Much: He sends two hitmen to destroy Trakeena, but when one is captured and threatened to reveal who hired him, Deviot destroys him before he can talk.
  • Manipulative Bastard: He'll trick and double cross anyone he meets for power.
  • Meaningful Name: Deviot is devious.
  • One-Winged Angel: Using the Keonta spell, he gains an entirely new form to take on the Rangers, but after losing to the Rangers' newly-gained weapons and all three Megazords, he immediately does away with it.
  • Robotic Psychopath: At least, he appears to be a robot. But considering he tried to enter The Cocoon, it's likely he's a cyborg since he'd need organic components for it to work.
  • Sissy Villain: The way he looks- the giant collar, the robotic hair/dreadlocks(?) emerging from the back of his head, etc. But more so by the fact he acts like a coward when his Chessmaster plans fail. It's hard to take him seriously running away from Villamax during the first part of the finale.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: Like many early Power Rangers villains note , Deviot "got better" after the Megazord blew him up, while his Sentai counterpart was Killed Off for Real. He suffered at the hands of Trakeena later, though.
  • The Starscream: He was easily the successor to Darkonda, once again not after the Big Bad, but after her powers. In the end, his greed for those powers was his undoing, as he and Trakeena battled into the cocoon containing the ultimate power, causing Deviot's ruthlessness to become infused into Trakeena and killing Deviot himself.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Not that he wasn't badass before, but the upgrade given to him by the Galaxy Book makes him even stronger, capable of shrugging off the Lights of Orion. And for whatever reason (see Spared by the Adaptation above), Deviot immediately ditches it one episode later.
  • Welcome Back, Traitor: Averted, when he returns from the Lost Galaxy. He tries to claim Captain Mutiny forced him to join his crew, but Trakeena's having none of it, and just has Villamax attack him. And it almost works, up until Deviot forces himself and Trakeena into the cocoon at the cost of his life.


Voiced by: Tom Wyner, Salvador Delgado (Latin American Spanish dub), Shō Takahashi (Japanese dub)
A cyborg monster who served as Scorpius' first general.
  • Arch-Enemy: Leo despises him for his role in Mike's seeming death.
  • Canon Immigrant: He originated in Denji Sentai Megaranger (the previous Sentai), not Gingaman. In Megaranger, he was the One-Winged Angel form of the Big Bad, Dr. Hinelar. He basically subs in for Villamax's Gingaman counterpart Sanbash (apparently the Sanbash costume wasn't available at the time), who was the first general to fight the Gingaman and the first to go.
  • The Dragon: The first one of several second-in-command villains in this season.
  • Meaningful Name: Unlike some of the Non Indicative Names this series provides, Furio actually is pretty bad-tempered.
  • Satellite Character: The most interesting thing about him is that Leo (a Power Ranger) has a personal vendetta against him, but that says more about Leo than him.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: He's killed off early on, but the attack he led on Mirinoi is what brought the team together and caused them to get their powers. His actions also lead to the Magna Defender joining with Mike and escaping imprisonment.
  • Static Character: Compared to the other generals after him who have interesting characters, Furio is kinda flat.
  • Taking You with Me: After one too many failed attempts to beat the Rangers, he tries blowing himself up mid-fight with Leo. All it manages to do is knock him out for a few hours.
  • Underestimating Badassery: His reaction to the Rangers morphing for the first time is to question if they think their fancy costumes will do any good and clearly has zero idea what he's facing, despite by this point Power Rangers being Famed In-Story back on Earth and across much of the universe. While he survives, he gets a buttkicking from Leo for underestimating what Power Rangers can do.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Scorpius gets sick of Furio's failures to get the Lights of Orion very quickly.


Voiced by: Derek Stephen Prince, Jorge Ornelas (base voice, Latin American Spanish dub), Jorge Santos (ep. 40, Latin American Spanish dub), Kōichi Hasebe (Japanese dub)
A manta ray themed monster who served as Scorpius' second general after Furio's death, and took over the goal of finding the Lights of Orion.
  • Back from the Dead: For a few minutes, thanks to Hexuba. Then Mike puts him down again.
  • The Dragon: Succeeding Furio as second-in-command.
  • Dub Name Change: Known as "Shindō" in the Japanese dub.
  • Evil Virtues: Loyalty and Valor.
  • The Starscream: He turns into this, and breaks away from Scorpius's and Trakeena's army, after he was set free by the Shark Brothers.
  • Irony: He declares that Leo represents everything he hates: goodness, honesty and decency. Yet he exhibits these qualities, admittedly in a villainous sense.
  • Noble Demon: A unique example among other Noble Demon's in Power Rangers, while he never shows human compassion like Ecliptor, Villamax, or Diabolico he is fiercely loyal to his master Scorpius, treats his subordinates extremely well, and allows his opponents a fair fight rather than taking them down at the opportunity.
  • Non-Indicative Name: His name is play on the words Treachery, and he's incredibly loyal and honorable. Ironically he is framed by Trakeena and dies with Scorpius thinking he's a traitor.
  • Wrecked Weapon: Leo breaks his sword in two during their last fight. He keeps fighting anyway, and pays the price.

Voiced by: David Lodge, Gonzalo Curiel (Latin American Spanish dub), Jirō Saitō (Japanese dub)
A noble warrior who met Trakeena at Onyx and trained her to become a warrior. After Scorpius' death, he served as Trakeena's general.
  • Adaptational Heroism: He used the same model as Sambash from Gingaman, but while Sambash is an unabashed bastard, Villamax is instead an Anti-Villain and Noble Demon. Though not enough to make him do a Heel–Face Turn.
  • Anti-Villain: He only seems to serve Trakeena because he cares for her and does not seem particularly malicious himself. The only hostile actions he took where directly against the rangers.
  • Ascended Extra: His Japanese counterpart was the first to go in the Quirky Mini Boss Squad; his role there was replaced by Furio.
  • Badass Biker: He's introduced as having a very cool looking motorcycle and is definitely a badass.
  • The Dragon: He is the main lieutenant to Trakeena.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Held all the rangers, sans Leo, hostage, in order to make Leo come with him. After Leo complied, he held his word and freed the others. A more notable example is when he shows disgust at a crazed Trakeena using all her Stingwingers as suicide bombers at Terra Venture during the Grand Finale. He finally snapped when Trakeena ordered him to destroy fleeing shuttles filled with innocents.
  • Evil Virtues: Honor and Loyalty.
  • Famous Last Words:
    Villamax: (To Trakeena} You have learned... nothing...
  • Mentor Occupational Hazard: Just like the real Obi-Wan, his protege becomes consumed with power lust and turns on him.
  • Noble Demon: If Deviot is Lost Galaxy's version of Darkonda, Villamax is the succesor to Ecliptor. He is honorable, looks out for the female antagonist and a badass swordsman, among many other similarities. This is despite that his model counterpart was instead Sambash who is a Bad Boss and overall dishonorable (and uses a gun, whereas Villamax uses a sword).
  • Obi-Wan Moment: He openly defies Trakeena when ordered to fire upon innocent fleeing civilians. When she threatens him, he delivers the above Famous Last Words line and dies honorably.
  • Redemption Equals Death: Subverted. He fought Trakeena in order to prevent her from blowing up innocent people. Since he trained Trakeena in the first place, he was probably more than able to defeat her in combat, but due to his loyalty to her, he refused to fight. Thus he did not actually redeem himself in the traditional sense. It does buy the Rangers enough time to use the Megaship to stop Trakeena from blowing up the innocent people, however.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Trakeena. It gets him killed in the end when he refuses to fight back against her.


Voiced by: Richard Cansino, Carlos Íñigo (Latin American Spanish dub), Yutaka Asukai (Japanese dub)
A long time companion of Villamax.
  • Villainous Friendship: Had a long-time one with Villamax. When Trakeena kills him, Kegler breaks down in tears.
  • Villainy-Free Villain: Despite working for Trakeena, he rarely does anything bad. He never shows any malice either, coming off as a timid, good-natured fellow. He pretty much just tagged along with Villamax when they met Trakeena on Onyx.


The insectoid army of Scorpius and Trakeena.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: They have talons in the place of hands most of the time.
  • Canon Immigrant: They are original Power Ranger foot soldiers.
  • Eye Laser: Can shoot lasers from their eyes.
  • What Measure Is a Mook?: During Journey's End, Trakeena decided to strap her remaining Stingwingers with bombs and have them blow themselves up to destroy the citizens of Terra Venture and the Galaxy Rangers, much to Villamax's horror and disgust.

    Captain Mutiny's crew 

Captain Mutiny | (Voice actor: Mike Reynolds)

Voiced by: Mike Reynolds, Jorge Ornelas (Latin American Spanish dub), Kenichi Morozumi (Japanese dub)
A space pirate and ruler of the Lost Galaxy.
  • Adaptational Wimp: Captain Zahab is impervious to almost any attacks as long as the Star Soul Jewel remains intact. Here, he's unceremoniously killed off.
  • Adaptational Villainy: He has none of Zahab's Benevolent Boss qualities.
  • Demoted to Extra: His Japanese counterpart, Captain Zahab, was the Big Bad of Gingaman; in Lost Galaxy he appears for one story arc and is then uncermoniously killed off by Trakeena.
  • Dropped a Bridge on Him: Mere seconds after going through the portal out of the Lost Galaxy, Trakeena orders his castle destroyed. And that's the end of Captain Mutiny.
  • Knight of Cerebus: The first two episodes Mutiny appear in are amazingly serious for Power Rangers, and Mutiny is more depraved than Trakeena had so far managed to be in an instant, capturing people and implicitly working them to death.
  • Mugging the Monster: Needless to say, he never expected Terra Venture to have Power Rangers on board.
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Captain Mutiny.
  • The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: Subverted: unlike Divatox, Mutiny's actions generally are very pirate-like. He has little interest in actually conquering the universe, rather he attacks, plunders, and enslaves any ship that wonders into the Lost Galaxy. Terra Venture just happened to be one of them.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: He enslaves anyone who enters his territory.
  • Slavery Is a Special Kind of Evil: Enslaves anyone who enters the Lost Galaxy, which is depicted in horrible, horrific fashion and it's heavily implied by the presence of skeletons that he works the slaves to death.
  • Space Pirate: A space pirate captain. Unlike Divatox, he actually acts like one.
  • Talk Like a Pirate: To keep with the pirate theme.
  • The Unfought: Never really took on the rangers in direct combat, though he did pilot a Monster of the Week against them. Mike does sort of get into a fight with him, but he gets knocked out by Mutiny's first and only shot.


Voiced by: Richard Epcar, Ricardo Brust (eps. 36-40, Latin American Spanish dub), Leonardo García (eps. 41 and 42, Latin American Spanish dub), Atsuki Tani (Japanese dub)
Captain Mutiny's enforcer and slave driver.


Voiced by: Rajia Baroudi, Mónica Manjarrez (Latin American Spanish dub)
A sorceress under Captain Mutiny's command.
  • Evil Priestess: Her appearance envokes an Egyptian priestess.
  • The Necromancer: She revived a large amount of monsters the Rangers fought before in Hexuba's Graveyard.
  • One-Winged Angel: When she absorbed the spirits of all the fallen monsters, she became Conglomerate Hexuba, a strong form impervious to even Leo's Red Armored Ranger mode.


A giant monster used by Captain Mutiny as a means for transportation.
  • Attack Its Weak Point: Subverted; the rangers only surive their first battle with the beast because Mutiny is forced to quit the attack due to Titanisaur overheating because of the castle on it's back. The rangers thus conclude that attacking the castle is the best strategy for the next fight. Too bad Mutiny decided to send Titanisaur without the castle for the second round.
  • The Brute: By far Captain Mutiny's most powerful monster; it took all their Zords for the Rangers to bring him down after a prolonged battle.
  • Demoted to Extra: Big time. The villain's goal in Gingaman was to revive Daitanix and was a major foe for the Rangers. In Power Rangers, there was no such goal, and Titanisaur was already active by the time the Rangers arrived at the Lost Galaxy.
  • Notzilla: Obviously based on the famous King of the Monsters; a giant, lizardlike beast with a blue Breath Weapon.
  • The Voiceless: Did not speak except for roaring.


Captain Mutiny's foot soldiers.
  • Cool Sword: They wield large cutlasses.
  • Demoted to Extra: Like the Chromites and Crateries from the previous two seasons, the Swabbies were not used as much as their Gingaman counterpart.
  • Talk Like a Pirate: Their dialogue can be simply "Ahoy!" and "Arr!".

    The Monsters 

In General:

  • Adaptation Species Change: Each of the monsters were part of subgroups in Gingamannote , but were removed for Power Rangers, as only one of the four generals in Gingaman, Treacheron, worked for Scorpius in the show (Villamax showed up afterwards— his role early on being replaced by Furio due to Sambash's costume being unavailable; Hexuba and Barbarax both worked for Captain Mutiny).
  • Make My Monster Grow: In the beginning of the season, the monsters grew by drinking a green potion from a beaker in order to activate that ability. However, it was soon phased out in favor of having them grow as a natural ability (likely because re-shooting every growth scene to replace the alcohol barrels and flasks used in the sentai with the US beakers was costly).


Voiced by: Kirk Thornton
A monster hired by Scorpius to capture the Galactabeasts.


Voiced by: Bob Papenbrook
A scorpion themed monster.


Voiced by: Bob Papenbrook
A weevil-themed monster and arms dealer who Furio brought in to steal the Quasar Sabers from the Rangers.
  • The Bus Came Back: One of the monsters that returned in Hexuba's Graveyard.
  • The Un-Reveal: Unlike his Gingaman counterpart where there was an explanation to how he acquired the Transdaggers (short answer: he stole them), there's no explanation in Power Rangers.


Voiced by: Dave Mallow
A stag beetle-themed monster.


Voiced by: Robert Axelrod
Portrayed by: Russel Lawrence
A sea urchin-themed monster that took the form of Mike to trick Leo into acquiring the Lights of Orion.
  • A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing: Took on the appearance of Mike in a plan to get the Lights of Orion.
  • The Bus Came Back: One of the monsters that returned in Hexuba's Graveyard.
  • Composite Character: He has the role of Spikaka's Gingaman counterpart in that he took on the Red Ranger's older brother's appearance for the villains own goals.

Wise Wizard

Voiced by: Ezra Weisz
A squid-themed monster that attacked a movie set for the Lights of Orion.


Voiced by: Michael Sorich
A wasp monster that was sent to cause earthquakes in Terra Venture.
  • The Bus Came Back: One of the monsters that returned in Hexuba's Graveyard.
  • Earthquake Machine: His main goal was to cause earthquakes in Terra Venture as Furio believed the Lights of Orion were hidden underground.


A starfish monster that was excavating rocks for the Lights of Orion.


Voiced by: Brianne Siddall
A pillbug monster that Treacheron hired to collect a stone that may contain the Lights of Orion.


Voiced by: Kirk Thornton
A coral monster that tried to break a stone for the Lights of Orion.


Voiced by: Richard Epcar (1st Time)/Derek Stephen Prince (2nd Time)
An anglerfish monster that was sent to destroy a sunflower statue for the Lights of Orion. He was also responsible for kidnapping the Magna Defender's son 3000 years ago.
  • Adaptation Species Change: Went from being a scorpionfish in Gingaman to an anglerfish in Power Rangers.
  • The Bus Came Back: One of the monsters that returned in Hexuba's Graveyard.
  • Human Shield: Took a little girl as one so the Magna Defender would not risk hitting her. Unfortunately for the Rangers, the Magna Defender gave no shit about it and was willing to shoot.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: When Leo and the Magna Defender were arguing, Fishface took advantage of it and shot the two in the back.
  • The Worf Effect: Strong enough to take down the Galaxy Megazord, but lost to the Defender Torozord in one shot.


Voiced by: Tony Robinson
A jellyfish monster that froze the entire colony to search for the Lights of Orion.
  • An Ice Person: Not in the traditional ice box trope, but Chillyfish used his conical's to drop the temperature in Terra Venture to put everybody to sleep, and turn off all of the electronics around the colony.


Voiced by: Neil Kaplan
A lobster-samurai monster, and the last monster Treacheron sent to collect the Lights of Orion.
  • The Bus Came Back: One of the monsters that returned in Hexuba's Graveyard.
  • Death by Irony: Died by the hands of the Rangers in their Lights of Orion mode.
  • Some Kind Of Forcefield: Created one in his first episode to seal off the downtown area for his search.
  • The Worf Effect: Invoked in this case as he grew weaker by a beaded necklace Impostra (disguised as Treacheron) gave him.


Voiced by: Nancy Van Iderstine
A medusa monster Trakeena sent to frame Treacheron for petty reasons.

The Shark Brothers

Voiced by: Tom Fahn (Green Shark)/Patrick Thomas (Red Shark)
A pair of shark monsters that broke Treacheron out of prison.

Freaky Tiki

Voiced by: Blake Torney
A tiki monster Scorpius sent to stop the Rangers from interfering with his gas siphoning plan.


Voiced by: Doug Stone
A skeleton knight monster.


Voiced by: William Butler
A mummy themed monster Trakeena sent to steal the beauty of women on Terra Venture.
  • Blade on a Stick: His main weapon.
  • Evil Is Petty: To be fair, this was due to Trakeena being petty herself, but why else would a monster's goal of stealing women's beauty not be on this trope?


Voiced by: Ken Merckx (1st Time)/Michael Sorich (2nd Time)
A monster whom Deviot gave the stolen zords to him.


Voiced by: Stephen Apostolina
A crab monster that Deviot hired along with Teksa to assassinate Trakeena.


Voiced by: Kim Strauss (1st Time)/Michael Sorich (2nd Time)
An octopus in a basket monster that Deviot hired along with Kubak to assassinate Trakeena.


Voiced by: Carol Hoyt
Portrayed by Elizabeth Levin
A pharaoh themed monster that took the appearance of Maya's childhood friend to steal the Galaxy book.


Voiced by: Tom Wyner
A cannon themed monster that kidnapped the high councilor of Terra Venture as leverage for Damon to repair the Scorpion Stinger.

Icy Angel

Voiced by: Barbara Goodson
A fallen angel monster that controlled Commander Stanton into sending Terra Venture into a red star.

Motor Mantis

Voiced by: Michael McConnohie
A mantis biker monster.
  • Badass Biker
  • Cheaters Never Prosper: He used trip wires, landslides and outright attacks the male Rangers in order to win. He tried it again against Leo in their rematch, but the latter had a new power up.


'''Voiced by: Simon Prescott, Hideaki Tezuka (Japanese dub)
An aged warrior that was given one last mission by Trakeena before he dies.
  • Badass Beard: He's got a nice chin curtain.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Courtesy of Deviot.
  • Epic Flail: His signature weapon.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Was not happy when Deviot attacked Maya with Stingerwingers, and fought with the Ranger for a fair fight.
  • Fallen Hero: He used to be a hero, but switched when he realized how powerful evil was.
  • The Last Dance: He knows he doesn't have much time left.
  • Noble Demon: He has the same values as Villamax in terms of fighting, which led to the latter calling him up in the first place.
  • Old Soldier: With some old values. He refused to fight Maya for being a girl but decided to do so anyway since she's a ranger.
  • Worthy Opponent: Is looking for one.


Voiced by: Brianne Siddall
A Lamia-themed monster.
  • Pocket Dimension: She can trap her victims in her own dimension located in her necklace.


Voiced by: Tom Fahn
A knight monster hired by Kegler to protect a laser meant to destroy the Galactabeasts. He's most famous for being able to copy an opponents abilities.
  • Fatal Flaw: The Rangers found out that Chameliac acts like a computer, so if given the wrong information (meaning using their teammates moves instead of their own), Chameliac will grow confused and left out in the open. Even the Stratoforce Megazord took advantage of that by bringing the Centaurus Megazord's laser cannon instead of his boomerang.
  • Monster Knight
  • Power Copying: As stated, Chameliac can copy the abilities of anybody he is fighting against, and counter their attacks.


Voiced by: Brett Walkow
A cockroach monster who, along with Ironite, were hired by Deviot to collect the missing Pink Quasar Saber.
  • Demoted to Extra: Because Mutantrum already took his Gingaman's role in the Lights of Orion story arc, Spikaka was only used as hired muscle.
  • Dies Differently in Adaptation: While his Gingaman counterpart grew giant size and was taken down by Gingaoh, Power Rangers had him taken down by the Lights of Orion Powered up mode.
  • Those Two Guys: With Ironite.


Voiced by: Eddie Frierson
A tank-themed monster who, along with Spikaka, were hired by Deviot to collect the missing Pink Quasar Saber.


Voiced by: Dave Mallow
A magnet-themed monster who can drain the powers of his opponent thanks to his staff.
  • Energy Absorption: With his magnet staff, Magnetox can drain his opponent's powers.
  • Dies Differently in Adaptation: In Gingaman, he grew giant sized and was taken down by Gingaoh. In Power Rangers, he was taken down by the Red Armored Power Ranger.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: When you think about it, had Magnetox not appear, then the Rangers would not have learned about the power keys from a warrior Karone fought against as Astronema, and Leo would be without a Battlizer.


Voiced by: Kim Strauss
A cicada-themed monster that has the ability to emit a shrieking soundwave from the speakers on his shoulders.
  • Adaptational Badass: His Gingaman counterpart was one of the earlier monsters, appearing in episode 10, and the Gingaman could handle him without the Lights of Ginga (which they didn't even have back then). In Power Rangers, he's the final monster send by Trakeenanote , and the Rangers need both a custom made weapon to counter his sub-woofers and the Lights of Orion to bring him down.
  • Dies Differently in Adaptation: While his Gingaman counterpart grew giant size and was taken down by Gingaoh, Power Rangers had him taken down by the Lights of Orion Powered up mode.
  • Sensory Overload: Curtesy of his shoulder sub-woofers.


Voiced by: Glen McDougal
A rocket-themed monster under Captain Mutiny's leadership. He was sent to stop the Rangers from revealing Mutiny's true intentions with Terra Venture.
  • Arm Cannon: Has two wrist rocket launchers.
  • Dies Differently in Adaptation: In Gingaman, he was destroyed by Gingaoh, but in Power Rangers, he died after Deviot drained the remaining energy he had left after the fight.
  • Made of Iron: Surprisingly, he survived the Galaxy Megazord's saber and shrank back to human size. Unfortunately for him, that's when Deviot decided to absorb what little energy he had left.
  • Taking You with Me: Tried this against the Galaxy Megazord as a last resort, but the Stratoforce Megazord prevented it.


A giant monster Captain Mutiny sent to terrorize Terra Venture.
  • The Brute: Monsterous and very dangerous to the Rangers.
  • Demoted to Extra: Played with. His Gingaman counterpart was the result of Daitanix's destruction (Titanisaur's sentai counterpart) and was the final boss. While he's treated as a monster of the week here, he was a very dangerous monster.
  • Kill It with Fire: His final fate from the Rangers.
  • The Voiceless: Did not speak at all, except for roaring.


Voiced by: Randy Swerdlick
A fire-breathing swordfish-like sea monster that Captain Mutiny summoned to kill the captured Leo and Damon.


Voiced by: Walter Jones
A crescent moon-themed monster Hexuba sent to defeat the Rangers in her dream dimension.
  • Attack Reflector: With his sword, he can redirect energy blasts back at his opponents.


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