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Brody Romero/Ninja Steel Red II

Portrayed by: Will Shewfelt
Voiced by: Memo Aponte (Latin American Spanish dub)

Ten years ago, Brody's father vanished trying to defend the Ninja Nexus Prism from Galvanax, and Brody himself was abducted and imprisoned on the alien warlord's ship. After ten years of servitude he, along with his allies Mick and Redbot, are able to escape with the prism and land back on Earth. Used to being on his own, he can be headstrong and a little impulsive, but with the help of his new friends, soon settles into his role as leader of the Ninja Steel Power Rangers.


  • Alien Abduction: He was kidnapped by Galvanax's forces as a child and doesn't escape to Earth until ten years later.
  • Berserk Button: He is generally calm as a prisoner of Galvanax, but when Ripcon taunts him about his father's death, his face just screams Tranquil Fury.
  • Catchphrase: Tends to say "epic" a lot.
  • Cool Car: While it doesn't seem to have any abilities, his father's old truck is repaired and gifted to him by the other Rangers in episode 4 of the first season.
  • Disappeared Dad: His father vanished in the act of splitting the Ninja Nexus Star to protect it from Galvanax ten years prior to the series and is presumed dead. Until episode 21, when it turns out Dane's spirit was within the Ninja Nexus Prism the entire time, and is now freed.
  • Dull Surprise: He doesn't show too much emotion unless he's in an intense situation.
  • Honor Before Reason: He could have lied to Principal Hastings that he stole a compass, but he chose not to because he wanted to be truthful. It actually played out positive for him as it turned out the compass fell into his bag due to Victor and Monty's antics and when Principal Hastings finds out, she apologizes for the misplaced blame and even gives him the compass as a reward for his honesty.
  • The Leader: Mick inspired him to become the team's leader in episode 3, and since he started the quest for the Power Stars, the other rangers refer to him as their field commander.
  • Legacy Character: Technically he is the second Ninja Steel Red Ranger, with his father being the first.
  • Missing Mom: Family Fusion implies that his mother died sometime before the Ninja Nexus Prism came to his home.
  • New Transfer Student: He decides to attend Summer Cove High School at the end of the second episode.
  • The Rival: To Ripcon. The two hate each other, and according to Brody, Ripcon bullied and treated him as a slave for years. The two's rivalry continues and they have multiple battles until Ripcon's death.
  • Rookie Red Ranger: Inverted. All the other Rangers are rookies, but Brody actually has experience with ninjas and aliens. Justified since he's been stuck in space for ten years, giving him a lot of time to hone his skills.
  • Sibling Team: When Aiden returns in episode 10. Turns out that it started from episode 8, since Levi is the real Aiden and the one that shows up is a fake.
  • Super Mode: Can use the Lion Fire Armor.

Preston Tien/Ninja Steel Blue

Portrayed by: Peter Sudarso
Voiced by: Emilio Treviño (eps. 1-6, Latin American Spanish dub), Iván Bastidas (ep. 7 onwards, Latin American Spanish dub)

Preston is kind-hearted and loyal to his friends. He comes from a wealthy family, and is obsessed with stage-magic, hoping to become the best magician ever some day.


  • Adorkable: He is rather goofy and energetic when it comes to his stage magic.
  • Animal Motifs: Dragons. Besides his Zord, it also comes up in one of the tricks from his act, as well as the dragon bracelet he had since he was a kid and a dragon wand he later receives from Princess Viera.
  • Ascended Fanboy: Was a fan of magic as a child, now the Ninja Nexus Prism has given him real magic.
  • Badass in a Nice Suit: He wears a sharp-looking magician's suit as part of his act, and he kicks copious amounts of ass as a Power Ranger.
  • In-Series Nickname: Brody uses his stage name "Prest-o" as one.
  • Inept Mage: His magic doesn't work right all the time. Brody guesses that it specifically goes on the fritz when he's not using it selflessly.
  • The Lancer: Preston is the more cautious and silent to Brody's optimistic and energetic nature. In battle, whenever Brody isn't around, he usually acts as second in command.
  • Magicians Are Wizards: He's a stage magician who develops actual magical powers. Justified, as his interest in stage magic is why he got the real thing.
  • Missing Mom: The Ranger Ribbon effectively confirms that Ellen Tien is dead (though with Never Say "Die" in effect, he and his father Marcus can only say they "lost" her).
  • Nice Guy: Nice to pretty much everyone.
  • Nice Hat: He wears a top hat as part of his magician's ensemble.
  • Pull a Rabbit out of My Hat: One of his stage tricks. Pulling a second (and then third) rabbit out of his hat, when he knows he only has one (which is still in its cage in front of him) in the fourth episode clues him in that he's gained real magic as a result of exposure to the Ninja Steel.
  • Punny Name: His name resembles "Prest-o!", a phrase used by magicians after performing a trick. Fittingly, he also titles his magic show "Prest-o Change-o".
  • Spoiled Sweet: Comes from a wealthy family and is nice to pretty much everyone.
  • Stage Magician: His first appearance has him trying to get people to come to his magic show. Episode four reveals he's wanted to be one since he attended a magic show as a kid and the magician there made a dragon bracelet appear on his wrist.
  • Super Mode: Once used the Lion Fire Armor.

Calvin Maxwell/Ninja Steel Yellow

Portrayed by: Nico Greetham
Voiced by: Alan Fernando Velásquez (Latin American Spanish dub)

Calvin is a cool and confident gear-head who loves building anything mechanical - especially vehicles. He’s also rather lackadaisical, at times too much for his own good! He is Hayley's boyfriend.


  • Battle Couple: With Hayley.
  • Batter Up!: Uses a baseball bat against the monster attacking Mick in the second episode.
  • The Big Guy: Well, he does say "Strength of the ninja!'' Compared to the others, his Zord of choice (a giant dump truck) certainly fits and unmorphed he tends to fits hard-hitting with whatever he can use.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: He's great at building machinery, but a bit too lackadaisical for his own good. This agitated Hayley a bit when he once forgot to pick her up for school.
  • Cargo Ship: Loves his truck, to the exasperation of his actual girlfriend. Because of this, his Zord ends up being a truck as well.
  • I Call It "Vera": Nicknamed his truck Nitro, which ends up being carried over to his Zord.
  • Improvised Weapon: Before he becomes a Power Ranger, he uses whatever he can get his grubby paws on during fights, such as broken pieces of a spaceship, enemy spears, and a baseball bat.
  • Ironic Fear: Though he loves his truck and fixing her and other vehicles, up until episode 5, he was afraid of actually driving them.
  • Mr. Fixit: Very good at repairing cars, motorcycles and other mechanical things.
  • Official Couple: He and Hayley are dating at the start of the series and have been steady for at least a year.
  • Second Episode Introduction: He and Hayley only make a minor appearance in the first episode, their real introduction is in the second one where they get their powers.
  • Super Mode: Once used the Lion Fire Armor.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: A go-karting accident when he was a kid left him with a major fear of driving, he overcomes this fear to save his friends in the fifth episode.

Hayley Foster/Ninja Steel White

Portrayed by: Zoe Robins
Voiced by: Alicia Vélez (Latin American Spanish dub)

Hayley is an adventurous, outdoorsy girl with a love of nature and healthy living. She is Calvin's girlfriend.


  • Action Girl: Kicks ass fighting evil aliens twice before she even becomes a Ranger.
  • Action Girlfriend: Calvin's girlfriend who fights alongside him and their fellow Rangers.
  • Battle Couple: When in danger or occasionally in battle, she teams up with her boyfriend Calvin. This has helped them such as when Ripperrat attacked them before they got their Ninja Power Stars.
  • The Chick: The main kind, empathetic member of the team who is in a relationship with Calvin and values her friendship with the others.
  • The Heart: She's able to work and relate to almost of all the Rangers throughout the series.
  • Her Boyfriend's Jacket: In "Abrakadanger", after Preston accidentally turns Hayley invisible, Calvin offers her his hoodie to cover her up before her tennis match with Victor.
  • Heroes Love Dogs: She owns a dog named Kody, which she brings to school with her. Her Zord even ends up being modeled on Kody, and she names it the "Kodiak" Zord after him.
  • Improvised Weapon: Before she becomes a Power Ranger, she uses whatever she can get her grubby paws on during fights, such as broken pieces of a spaceship, enemy spears, and a tennis racket.
  • Just a Machine: At one point, thinks that Redbot can't be hurt by her words because robots don't have feelings. She gets over it by the end of the episode when she realizes that he's a very special robot.
  • Missing Mom: Considering her dad is willing to go on multiple dates with Sarah's mom, it's clear that Hayley's mom is no longer in the picture, though why has yet to be said.
  • Official Couple: With Calvin.
  • Second Episode Introduction: She and Calvin only make a minor appearance in the first episode, their real introduction is in the second one when they get their powers.

Sarah Thompson/Ninja Steel Pink

Portrayed by: Chrysti Ane
Voiced by: Melissa Gedeón (Latin American Spanish dub)

A new student in Summer Cove, Sarah is the brains of the team and an adrenaline junkie. She intends to be a great engineer and is the person who designs gadgets whenever the Power Rangers need them.


  • The Ace: Besides being a badass fighter as a Ranger, she is a top-grade high school tech genius who creates the impossible, a bold adrenaline junkie whom nothing seems to faze, and a natural in whichever school activity she and her friends take up.
  • Action Girl: Same as Hayley. A given for a female Power Ranger.
  • Badass Bookworm: The studious genius of the team who kicks as much ass as anyone else.
  • Batman Gambit: After a villain absorbs her clone projector, she creates a "more powerful version" and tricks him into absorbing it. Turns out it contained a virus, and the villain is promptly sabotaged and disposed of.
  • Disappeared Dad: Considering her mom is willing to go on multiple dates with Hayley's dad, it's clear that Sarah's dad is no longer in the picture, though why has yet to be said.
  • Extracurricular Enthusiast: Tries to pull this off by joining four school clubs at once because it will look good on her college application. She abandons this idea when she learns the hard way that it's better to do one thing well than several things badly.
  • Fatal Flaw: Overconfidence. Time and again in several of her focus episodes, her arrogance at being good at doing things ends up getting her in trouble. Whether that's the above mentioned multiple clubs incident, or the time she arrogantly didn't study for a test because she got an A+ on the last one.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: She's designed plenty of gadgets, including her own Hover Board.
  • It Runs in the Family: Turns out she gets some of her inventing talents from her mother but is better at making them actually work.
  • Jumped at the Call: As soon as she sees debris falling from the sky (which turns out to be Brody and his friends escaping from Galvanax), her first instinct is to see what it is.
  • Ms. Fanservice: She is very beautiful and Victor even tried to hit on her once.
  • New Transfer Student: She transfers to Summer Cove High School in the first episode.
  • The Smart Girl: She's the brilliant technology whiz of the team.
  • Smart People Play Chess: She's The Smart Girl and is shown beating Preston at the game in the seventh episode.

Levi Weston/Aiden Romero/Ninja Steel Gold

Portrayed by: Jordi Webber
Voiced by: Ricardo Bautista (Latin American Spanish dub)

A popular country singer who was imprisoned aboard Galvanax's ship. After escaping, he joins the team as its Sixth Ranger.

It eventually comes out that Levi is actually Brody's missing older brother Aiden, who was entrusted with the Ninja Steel by their father Dane when Galvanax attacked. Having witnessed his father's vanishing and his brother's abduction, Aiden hid the Ninja Steel, then himself under an alias, hiding out in the open. After the Ninja Nexus Prism found him and he was captured by Madame Odius, she copied his memories of being Aiden into a robot and replaced them with fake memories. Later, in battle with the robot, he damaged it in a way that led to his real memories being returned to him. After he heard Brody singing their father's song, his returned memories were fully restored, and he was able to explain the truth to the other Rangers.


  • Chekhov M.I.A.: As Aiden, he's seen as a kid during the first episode's Distant Prologue, but has vanished in the ten years since. He eventually turns up as Levi Weston, though it takes a few episodes before his real identity is revealed.
  • Distressed Dude: He got jumped by Madame Odius and captured as soon as he got the Gold Power Star. He breaks out at the end of episode 7 with the help of the Astro Zord.
  • Fake Memories: While he was Madame Odius' prisoner, she drained his memories, implanted them into a robotic Aiden, and put fakes ones in their place to hide his true identity.
  • I Just Want to Be Normal: He quickly befriends Brody due to the latter not recognizing him for his celebrity and treating him like an ordinary Joe. Averted when it comes to being a Power Ranger, though, as he loves it.
  • Meaningful Name: His last name Weston sounds like "Western" and he's a country singer. Turns out to be a deliberate example because he needed to hide his real identity.
  • Musical Assassin: His weapon is based on a guitar. Justified, since the Ninja Steel seems to personalize the Rangers' weapons and powers to fit them.
  • Nice Guy: He's always cool and collected no matter the situation, and goes out of his way to help pretty much anyone he can. Even Brody, who assumed he would be a primadonna at first, was won over by his charm.
    • Fan Frenzy shows that he does have his limits. When Levi meets up with a fan and discovered they invited their friends to tag along without informing Levi beforehand, the singer is understandably angry since his patience had already been worn thin by the fan monopolizing his time all day.
  • Nice Hat: His cowboy hat.
  • Ninja Pirate Robot Zombie: He's a cowboy ninja singer.
  • Sibling Team: With Brody since episode 8, although they don't realize it until four episodes later.
  • Sixth Ranger: Due to being held prisoner by Madame Odius, he is unable to join the team until Episode 8.
  • Super Mode: Late into Super Ninja Steel, Levi gains the Superstar mode. He also used the Lion Fire Armor once.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Loves cheeseburgers, to the point he has a phone shaped like one, which he uses to take selfies.note 
  • Walking Spoiler: His true identity and anything to do with it.

     Allies 

Redbot

Portrayed by: Kohji Mimura
Voiced by: Bryan Coll, Héctor Ireta de Alba (Latin American Spanish dub)

A robot that Brody befriended while they were enslaved together on Galvanax's ship. He ends up being the model for Brody's Zord, the Robo Red Zord.


  • Captain Ersatz: Moves and talks very similarly to C-3PO.
  • Catchphrase: Has a habit of saying "Suffering circuits!" when he's distressed, much like Alpha 5's "Ai yi yi yi yi!"
  • Expy: Possibly of Nick from Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters. Their designs are pretty similar and they fill out the role of being a robotic friend of the red ranger.
  • Jet Pack: Has built in rocket boots.
  • Out of Focus: At times, Redbot completely disappears from multiple episodes, and he's only been the focus and important for four episodes.
  • Robot Buddy: To the Rangers, but especially to Brody.

Mick Kanic/Ninja Steel Red III

Portrayed by: Kelson Henderson
Voiced by: Héctor Lee (Latin American Spanish dub)

An alien whom Brody befriended while they were enslaved together on Galvanax's ship. Despite being a "mechanical genius", he's also very cowardly. In the season 1 finale, he becomes the third Ninja Steel Red, fighting alongside the rest of the team.


  • 11th-Hour Ranger: Becomes the third Red Ranger in the season 1 finale and joins the team in battle.
  • Big Brother Mentor: While not the older parental figure that the franchise usually uses in the mentor role, Mick does know many legends surrounding the Ninja Steel, and he can usually identify when the Rangers are displaying character flaws and help point them in the right direction.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: In "Magic Misfire", he is brainwashed by one of Odius's devices, and forced to build one big enough to affect the entire world. When the larger version is destroyed in "Reaching the Nexus", Mick is restored to normal.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Originally from the Lion Galaxy, but was sold into slavery on Galvanax's ship by the royal family.
  • Einstein Hair: Has messy, stuck-up hair that goes with his engineering skills. It also resembles a lion's mane, which is rather appropriate since he originally comes from the Lion Galaxy.
  • Goggles Do Nothing: Averted. He wears goggles at all times, but often uses them in situations where he would need eye protection, such as metalworking with the Ninja Steel.
  • Human Aliens: And he passes for a schoolteacher when hardly even trying.
  • I Choose to Stay: In the Super Ninja Steel finale, he decides to remain on Earth after Odius's final defeat.
  • Incredibly Lame Pun: His full name.
  • Mistaken Identity: Is assumed to be the new shop class teacher because he looks like he belongs there.
  • Properly Paranoid: When Aiden first shows up and the others offer to show him the Ninja Steel, Mick advises that's a bad idea due to it only working for Power Rangers and the fact he really doesn't know much about Aiden yet to trust letting him near it. Turns out he was right to be worried as Aiden is a robotic mole for Madame Odius.
  • Punny Name: Mick Kanic, the mechanic.
  • Sad Clown: While normally cheerful and helpful, his backstory shows that he carries a lot of baggage from being betrayed by his rulers and sold into slavery, not even wanting to tell his closest friend Brody about how he ended up on Galvanax's ship.
  • Shapeshifter Baggage: When turning into a mop, he becomes as light as one, being easily held by Brody.
  • Trickster Mentor: Sometimes acts this way to get Rangers to a Eureka Moment.
  • Visual Pun: Makes use of one in Moment of Truth when he comments that "This, is quite a pickle." Then he holds up a literal pickle (and snacks on it), before adding "And these stars are in bad shape too."
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: He can turn himself into inanimate objects like a mop or a boulder. The closest he's gotten to turning into another living being was disguising himself as a biology class's human skeleton.

Kody

Hayley's faithful pet dog, a Siberian Husky. He serves as the model for her Zord.


  • Evil-Detecting Dog: Kody can seem to tell when there's an enemy nearby, and tries to give the Rangers advance warning. He also appears to be able to see through Victor's schemes.
  • Heroic Dog: Episodes like "My Friend, Redbot" and "The Adventures of Redbot" show Kody helping to save the day as much as, if not more than, the Rangers do.
  • The Nose Knows: Well, he is a dog. It's used in the sixth episode.
  • Out of Focus: Doesn't appear in a lot of episodes, often only showing up when he's going to do something important.
  • Team Pet: Belongs to Hayley specifically, though he seems to be friends with the team as a whole.

Victor Vincent

Portrayed by: Chris Reid
Voiced by:: Pablo Mejía (Latin American Spanish dub)

The class president of Summer Cove High School, Victor believes he is the greatest student at the high school - while he may have the trophies to back it up, he's pretty lacking in the charm and common sense department.


  • Abhorrent Admirer: Most women he hits on aren't appreciative of his interests.
    • Towards Sarah in the first episode. He tries to impress her by riding her hoverboard and ends up crashing through Preston's magic show and into the trash.
    • Toward the monster of the day from "Tough Love" in the disguise of a girl named Jess. Even though she was pretending be a good girl that Levi would be interested in, she still didn't hide her dislike of Victor.
    • Towards Sandy, a classmate, in "Love Stings", when he tries to ask her to the Valentine's Day dance. In fact, the only way he can get a date at all is by finding a girl willing to be bribed.
  • Alliterative Name: Victor Vincent.
  • Attention Whore: Craves the spotlight, and doesn't care if he has to lie and cheat to get it.
  • Be Careful What You Wish For: He attacks a Monster of the Week to become popular; the video of him humiliating himself gets over 4 million views. Subverted when he is perfectly satisfied with this conclusion.
  • Book Dumb: Though he and Monty are both good at scheming, he's not so great academically. He's known to fail tests and lacks basic knowledge such as finding out where to milk a cow.
  • Break the Haughty: After making millions of dollars selling a supposed monster repellent, he and Monty arrogantly quit school, saying so right to Principal Hasting's face. After the repellent is proven to be useless, causing their company to go bankrupt, the pair are forced to come crawling back, begging Hastings to let them back into school.
  • Bully and Wimp Pairing: One of Those Two Guys with Monty.
  • Butt-Monkey: Him being humiliated is a Once an Episode occurrence.
  • Casanova Wannabe: Has attempted to charm Sarah, Jess, and Sandy, each time failing miserably.
  • Catchphrase: "Watch the master at work."
  • Comically Missing the Point: When Jess told him he wasn't her type, he started presenting himself as a dancer, tennis player, etc. It never occurs to him that she meant he as a person wasn't her type.
  • Disqualification-Induced Victory:
    • In "Monkey Business", Calvin and Hayley are running for School Council President and the rules say that, as the position's current holder, he'll keep it if both candidates are disqualified. He tries to make it seem like each candidate is sabotaging the other. It doesn't work but the two candidates leave the run and he gets to keep his presidency.
    • While playing against Hayley to defend his title as the school's tennis champion in "Abrakadanger", Victor briefly gets this kind of victory when, to cover a magical mishap, Preston makes it seem like he and Hayley are trying to distract Victor and Principal Hastings disqualifies her for it. However, when the Principal offers a handshake to congratulate Victor, she finds out he's using a bionic arm and decides both players must redo the match the next day. Hayley wins and it's not that kind of victory.
  • The Dog Bites Back: After he and Monty were kidnapped and forced to act as clowns by Badonna and Cosmo, they get the last laugh by throwing the exploding spheres they were forced to juggle at the monsters, blasting them to bits.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Having agreed to help Madame Odius since she was going to use his and Monty's Mega Magnet against Galvanax, he's horrified when, after it's complete, she reveals she plans to use it against the Rangers too.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: Well, nobody except Monty. The rest just tolerate him. It makes you wonder how he became class president.
  • Glory Hound: In Episode 3, he tries to fight the Monster of the Week so he can become more popular than the Power Rangers. See above for what happened next. In another episode, he pretended to have been injured saving a group of people from a monster attack, but was shortly after exposed as lying about his actions, and even faking his injuries.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: As the last part of his plan to trick the Principal into disqualifying his rivals for School Council President, Victor set a water balloon trick for when the winner is announced. The other candidates renounced and Victor becomes the victim of his own trick.
  • Hypocrite: In Episode 3, he calls out Brody for cheating on his test. However, he has Monty do all of his work for him. Furthermore, his arrogance even leads him to believe that his cheating is justified because "he deserves to win."
  • I Reject Your Reality: In "The Ranger Ribbon", he cannot comprehend why Marcus would fire him, claiming that it "defies logic". This is in spite of the fact that Victor failed to accomplish anything as Marcus's intern.
  • Informed Ability: Despite having several trophies for various accomplishments, he's always relying on Monty to help win his 50th trophy or to keep the ones he currently has rather than any actual skills that are necessary.
  • It's All About Me:
    • In "Ace and the Race", he decided to run the relay race by himself, due to not wanting to share the trophy with anyone.
    • In "Caught Red Handed", this is the reason he interferes in the Rangers' battle with Rygore; he believes Rygore to be a mythical creature from Summer Cove legend, and doesn't want the Rangers stealing his thunder by "capturing" the monster before he can.
  • Jerkass: For as much as he likes to brag about his own accomplishments, he's quick to look down on and scoff at the accomplishments of others.
  • Jerk Jock: Immediately establishes himself as one in his first scene.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Despite his Jerk Jock tendencies, he really isn't a bad guy at heart and has proven so in "Reaching The Nexus" when he and Monty selflessly saved the civilians by helping them escape from the Warrior Dome.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Recklessly attempts to fight a Monster of the Week and fails spectacularly.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: Isn't aware that his classmates are Power Rangers.
  • Moral Myopia: He's quick to look down on and try to shame those who seem to have done wrong, even though he himself has no problem resorting to lying, cheating and stealing to get what he wants. In "Caught Red Handed", he mocked Brody for supposedly being a thief while he and Monty were sneaking out of detention.
  • Not Cheating Unless You Get Caught: As said by Victor himself, "It's not cheating if you deserve to win."
  • Odd Friendship: He's a jock and Monty is a nerd who does Victor's work for him, but they seem to actually be friends.
  • Rags to Riches/Riches to Rags: The start of season 2 had he and Monty becoming rich from selling their monster repellent. While it does work, the monster of the week manages to sniff it all up, proving it ineffective to their customers. They're forced to refund the money not long afterward and return to school.
  • Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: The jockish manly man to Monty's sensitive guy.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: He believes himself to be good at everything, and his self-righteousness even makes him believe that he is not cheating because "he deserves to win".
  • Sore Loser: When he lost the "biggest fan" competition for one of Levi's concerts to Mary, he wasted no time booing and protesting the decision.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: In the final episode of Super Ninja Steel he and Monty manage to kill two of the villains, and he finally gets the 50th trophy he's been after for his entire tenure.
  • Unsportsmanlike Gloating: When Sarah decided to leave the school archery club, thus forfeiting an attempt to beat Victor's record, he quickly started mocking her for it. He does the same when reminding the school of his easy win over Hayley at the previous year's tennis tournament.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: In Helping Hands. His bungling with the magnetic invention causes the Rangers to lose all their ninja stars, which are then promptly snatched by Galvanax.

Monty

Portrayed by: Caleb Bendit
Voiced by: Daniel Lacy (Latin American Spanish dub)

A nerdy student who serves as Victor's right-hand man - which is to say, he spends his time agreeing with him and doing all his homework.


  • Ambiguously Gay: Some of his interactions with Victor suggest he might actually be attracted to him, such as the way he comments on how good his hair looks in the third episode.
    • Word of Gay: Caleb Bendit confirmed on Twitter that he, at least, played Monty as gay.
  • Break the Haughty: After making millions of dollars selling a supposed monster repellent, he and Victor arrogantly quit school, saying so right to Principal Hasting's face. After the repellent is proven to be useless, causing their company to go bankrupt, the pair are forced to come crawling back, begging Hastings to let them back into school.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: He's smart enough to invent things and scheme along with Victor but is known to fail tests because he doesn't study enough. In fact, helping Victor is often the only thing he puts an effort into.
  • Bully and Wimp Pairing: One of Those Two Guys with Victor.
  • Bungling Inventor: Has shades of this. He's good at putting things together to serve Victor's desires but not so good at making them work.
  • Butt-Monkey: Like Victor, he never seems to catch a break.
  • Ditzy Genius: He can create incredible devices and was easily able to figure how to work the teleporter on the Warrior Dome, but has been known to commit some stunning lapses in judgment (like attempting to keep his and Victor's chocolate mix from melting by adding glue to it). In "Prepare to Fail", he failed the initial test.
    • In "Reaching The Nexus", he and Victor were able to outsmart Cosmo Royale and Badonna.
  • The Dog Bites Back: After he and Victor were kidnapped and forced to act as clowns by Badonna and Cosmo, they get the last laugh by throwing the exploding spheres they were forced to juggle at the monsters, blasting them to bits.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Having agreed to help Madame Odius since she was going to use his and Victor's Mega Magnet against Galvanax, he's horrified when, after it's complete, she reveals she plans to use it against the Rangers too, admitting that he never would have built it for her if he'd known it would hurt the Rangers.
  • Fartillery: In the season one finale, Victor and he try to escape Galvanix's ship by dressing as Kudabots but are quickly found out. However this causes Monty to fart out of nervousness, the smell which ends up repelling the monsters and allow them to escape. Later when talking to a reporter, she gives them the idea to make it into a repellent so they can get rich.
  • Jerkass: Not quite as bad as Victor, but he is still willing to mess with others in order for Victor to get what he wants.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Much like Victor, he really isn't a bad guy at heart (mostly forced into Victor's schemes) and has proven so in "Reaching The Nexus" when he and Victor selflessly saved the civilians by helping them escape from the Warrior Dome.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: Isn't aware that his classmates are Power Rangers.
  • Nerd Glasses: Sports a pair.
  • Odd Friendship: Victor's a jock and he's a nerd who does Victor's work for him, but they seem to actually be friends.
  • Only Friend: He seems to be the only person who genuinely likes Victor.
  • Only One Name: Unlike Victor, his last name hasn't been revealed.
  • Rags to Riches/Riches to Rags: The start of season 2 had Victor and him becoming rich from selling their monster repellent. While it does work, the monster of the week manages to sniff it all up, making it ineffective to the customers. The two are forced to refund the money not long after and return to school.
  • Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: The nerdy sensitive guy to Victor's manly man.
  • Yes-Man: He'll always take Victor's side, even if Victor is being a complete idiot.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: In Helping Hands. By inventing the magnetic thingy and letting Victor use it without thinking, he causes the Ninja Steel Stars to fall into Galvanax's hands.

Dane Romero / Ninja Steel Red I

Portrayed by: Mike Edward
Voiced by: Arturo Mercado Jr. (Latin American Spanish dub)

Brody and Aiden's father. Ten years ago the Ninja Nexus Prism crash-landed in his back yard, and after chipping away the Ninja Steel covering it Dane was able to obtain the Ninja Power Star and become the Ninja Steel Red Ranger. Unfortunately, he wasn't strong enough to defeat Galvanax and vanished during the battle, leaving Aiden in hiding and Brody to be kidnapped.

  • Disappeared Dad: Vanished during his fight with Galvanax. It turns out the blow that shattered the Ninja Nexus Star seriously injured him, but the Ninja Nexus Prism captured his spirit and kept it safe until he healed.
  • It Runs in the Family: Both of his sons are talented with a guitar and singing; Aiden/Levi even spun it off into a career while he was still in hiding.
  • Never Found the Body: After Galvanax hit him with a powerful blow, Dane simply... vanished. The Ninja Nexus Prism absorbed him into it when he was seriously injured and kept him safe until he healed enough to leave.
  • Papa Wolf: Jumps into action as soon as Brody's in trouble.

Princess Viera

Portrayed by: Ruby Love

The princess of the Lion Galaxy and the owner of the Lion Fire Zord. She originally came to Earth to challenge the Power Rangers with Drillion, but changes sides after being rescued by Sarah.


  • Heel–Face Turn: She originally came to Earth challenge the Power Rangers, but after being rescued by Sarah (who did not know at the time she was the one that sent Drillion), and seeing Sarah help a petty thief who stole cookies for his starving sister, she decided to side with the Rangers.
  • Human Aliens: A human from the Lion Galaxy.
  • Might Makes Right: The reason she went after the Rangers was so she could prove she was strong enough to rule the Lion Galaxy.
  • Pet the Dog: Allows Mick to contact his parents after helping him and the Rangers, and sincerely apologizes for her family selling him.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: She helped the rangers out by personally piloting the Lion Fire Zord to force Drillion to retreat.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: She can turn herself into inanimate objects, like Mick (which makes sense, since they're both natives of the Lion Galaxy).

Space Sheriff Skyfire

Voiced by: Mark Mitchinson

A Space Sheriff who protects the universe. He was tricked by Madame Odious into fighting the Rangers, but after both him and Brody rescue an old lady during the crossfire, he sides with the Rangers. See Sekai Ninja Sen Jiraiya for information on his Japanese counterpart.


  • Ambiguously Human: He has noticeably human-like fingers, visible via Fingerless Gloves.
  • Cool Sword: Wields a traditional katana.
  • Composite Character: Arguably between both characters to take up the mantle of Jiraya. In the footage used from Ninninger, he was supposed to be Toha Yamaji (complete with the original actor), but Skyfire's profession as a Space Sherriff ends up being similar to Touma Amagi, his successor introduced in Kyuranger Vs. Space Squad.
  • Hand Seals: He places his hands together to teleport similar to the ninja vanish, or as he calls it, Space Jump.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: He did not know what Galaxy Warriors was as he only watched cooking shows. As such, it was easy for Madame Odious to manipulate him.
  • Police are Useless: Averted. He is strong in his own right, and was able to keep up with the Rangers during their fight against Blammo.

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Wesley "Wes" Collins

Portrayed by: Jason Faunt

The second and current Red Time Force Ranger.


  • The Cameo: Made a brief reappearance during The Poisey Show to give the Ninja Steel Rangers their own dimension travelling devices.
  • In the Hood: He, along with Gemma and Koda, appear in cloaks to help the Rangers unlock the Blaze Zords.
  • The Leader /The Lancer: In the beginning of the special, he was the former as he led both groups to both Tommy's house in Reefside, and had access to dimension travelling devices. It's only when Tommy comes back when he takes the latter role.

Tommy Oliver

Portrayed by: Jason David Frank

The Original Mighty Morphin Green Ranger, Red Zeo Ranger, Red Turbo Ranger and Black Dino Thunder Ranger.


  • Artifact of Power: He has a Master Morpher, which not only morph into a Ranger, but also use to switch to any Ranger form of his choice.
  • Happily Married: A blink and miss it moment, but it looks like he and Kat are married.
  • Mirror Match: Had one against his robotic clone with the Black Dino Thunder powers note .
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: While he did use most of his Ranger forms, the Red Turbo Ranger powers were never used.

Katherine "Kat" Hillard

Portrayed by: Catherine Sutherland note 

The Pink Turbo Ranger and the former MMPR Pink Ranger and Pink Zeo Ranger.


  • Badass in Distress: Was one of the Rangers captured by Lord Draven.
  • The Bus Came Back: First time she's appeared unmorphed since Turbo.
  • Happily Married: A blink and miss it moment, but it looks like she and Tommy are married.
  • The Un-Reveal: There's no explanation on how she managed to regain her powers, especially since she gave them to Cassie during Turbo, and they were lost during the finale of that season.

Rocky DeSantos

Portrayed by: Steve Cardenas

The second Red MMPR Ranger and former Blue Zeo Ranger.


  • Badass in Distress: Was one of the Rangers captured by Lord Draven.
  • The Bus Came Back: First time he's appeared unmorphed since Turbo.
  • Cool Old Guy: Admittedly he's not that old, but he seems to be impressed with the Ninja Steel Rangers skills.
  • The Un-Reveal: There's no explanation on how he managed to regain his powers, especially since Jason used the exact same powers during Forever Red. Although, it might confirm a long running fan theory about how the Sword of Light copied the powers instead of transferring them during The Power Transfer.

T.J. Johnson

Portrayed by: Selwyn Ward

The Blue Space Ranger and former Red Turbo Ranger.


Trent Fernandez-Mercer

Portrayed by: Jeffery Parrazo

The White Dino Thunder Ranger.


Gemma

Portrayed by: Li Ming Hu

The Silver RPM Ranger.


  • In the Hood: She, along with Wes and Koda, appear in cloaks to help the Rangers unlock the Blaze Zords.
  • Older and Wiser: Gemma seems more mature compared to RPM and is less likely to jump into action without a second thought.
  • The Pollyanna: She seems a little chipper telling the Rangers that her universe was an apocalyptic wasteland thanks to Venjix. Then again, given her and her brother's chipper personality already, this isn't too surprising.

Antonio Garcia

Portrayed by: Steven Skyler

The Gold Samurai Ranger.


Gia Moran

Portrayed by: Ciarra Hanna

The Yellow Megaforce Ranger.


Koda

Portrayed by: Yoshi Sudarso

The Blue Dino Charge Ranger.

  • The Bus Came Back: In addition to Dimensions in Danger, he returned in The Poisey Show to help the Ninja Steel Rangers defeat Sledge.
  • In the Hood: He, along with Gemma and Wes, appear in cloaks to help the Rangers unlock the Blaze Zords.

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