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Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger
Number 28
Number of episodes: 50
First episode: Episode. 01: Fireball Newcomer
Last episode: Episode. 50: Forever Dekaranger
Intro: Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger
Original airing: February 15, 2004 - February 6, 2005
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Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger (特捜戦隊デカレンジャー Tokusō Sentai Dekarenjā?, translated as Special Investigation Squadron Dekaranger) is the twenty-eighth entry of the Super Sentai series.

It was produced by Toei. The action footage from the show was used for the American series Power Rangers S.P.D..

PlotEdit

"S.P.D.. Special Police Dekaranger. Five detectives who fight cool with burning hearts. Their mission: To combat space criminals who invaded Earth. They will protect the peace and safety of all humanity!"
―Narrator[src]
Dekarangers transformed

Dekarangers.

The story begins when Banban Akaza arrives on Earth to the city of Megalopolis. He is transferred to the S.P.D. (Special Police Dekaranger) Earth branch by his commander. By that time, Agent Abrella, an Alienizer arms dealer, turns his destructive attention to Earth, helping the criminals there. It's up to the Dekarangers to stop them and bring them to justice. The S.P.D. of Earth are stationed in the DekaBase under the command of Doggie Kruger.

CharactersEdit

Special Police DekarangerEdit

Main article: Dekarangers

Earth branchEdit

DekaRed Banban "Ban" AkazaAssam AsimovBanban "Ban" Akaza
DekaBlue Houji "Hoji" Tomasu
DekaGreen Senichi "Sen-chan" Enari
DekaYellow Marika "Jasmine" ReimonMugi GraftonMarika "Jasmine" Reimon
DekaPink Koume "Umeko" Kodou
DekaBreak Tekkan "Tetsu" Aira
DekaMaster Anubian Chief Doggie Kruger
DekaSwan Cignian Swan Shiratori

Other DekarangersEdit

DekaGold Marigold "Mari Gold" Utahime
DekaBright Lisa Teegel

SPD Fire SquadEdit

DekaRed Banban "Ban" Akaza

SPD StaffEdit

AlliesEdit

AbaRed Ryouga Hakua
AbareBlue Yukito Sanjyou
AbareYellow Ranru Itsuki
AbareBlack Asuka
AbareKiller Mikoto Nakadai
MagiRed Kai Ozu
MagiYellow Tsubasa Ozu
MagiBlue Urara Ozu
MagiPink Houka Ozu
MagiGreen Makito Ozu
MagiShine Hikaru
  • Pretty Cure (Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger/Futari wa Pretty Cure Audio Drama)
Cure Black Misumi Nagisa
Cure White Yukishiro Honoka

Space Criminals AlienizerEdit

Minor AlienizersEdit

Special Criminal AlienizersEdit

Other VillainsEdit

ArsenalEdit

Transformation DevicesEdit

SidearmsEdit

Other Standard-Issue DevicesEdit

Team Blaster/Power-UpEdit

VehiclesEdit

MechaEdit

Dekamachine SystemEdit

Legend:◆ piloted mecha, ➲ Carrier mecha

EpisodesEdit

All episodes in this series are directly called "Episode.", with every episode title in English; these titles are transliterated into Japanese katakana. All titles are separated into "two words"; those that appear longer are due to a certain phrase used in one of these words (such as "High Noon" of "High Noon Dogfight", where the "High Noon" is kept together, while the "Dogfight" is made into the separate, second word).

  1. Episode. 01: Fireball Newcomer (ファイヤーボール・ニューカマ Faiyābōru Nyūkamā?)
  2. Episode. 02: Robo Impact (ロボ・インパクト Robo Inpakuto?)
  3. Episode. 03: Perfect Blue (パーフェクト・ブルー Pāfekuto Burū?)
  4. Episode. 04: Cyber Dive (サイバー・ダイブ Saibā Daibu?)
  5. Episode. 05: Buddy Murphy (バディ・マーフィー Badi Māfī?)
  6. Episode. 06: Green Mystery (グリーン・ミステリー Gurīn Misuterī?)
  7. Episode. 07: Silent Telepathy (サイレント・テレパシー Sairento Terepashī?)
  8. Episode. 08: Rainbow Vision (レインボー・ビジョン Reinbō Bijon?)
  9. Episode. 09: Stakeout Trouble (ステイクアウト・トラブル Suteikuauto Toraburu?)
  10. Episode. 10: Trust Me (トラスト・ミー Torasuto Mī?)
  11. Episode. 11: Pride Sniper (プライド・スナイパー Puraido Sunaipā?)
  12. Episode. 12: Babysitter Syndrome (ベビーシッター・シンドローム Bebīshittā Shindorōmu?)
  13. Episode. 13: High Noon Dogfight (ハイヌーン・ドッグファイト Hai Nūn Doggufaito?)
  14. Episode. 14: Please, Boss (プリーズ・ボス Purīzu Bosu?)
  15. Episode. 15: Android Girl (アンドロイド・ガール Andoroido Gāru?)
  16. Episode. 16: Giant Destroyer (ジャイアント・デストロイヤー Jaianto Desutoroiyā?)
  17. Episode. 17: Twin Cam Angel (ツインカム・エンジェル Tsuin Kamu Enjeru?)
  18. Episode. 18: Samurai Go West (サムライ・ゴーウエスト Samurai Gō Uesuto?)
  19. Episode. 19: Fake Blue (フェイク・ブルー Feiku Burū?)
  20. Episode. 20: Running Hero (ランニング・ヒーロー Ranningu Hīrō?)
  21. Episode. 21: Mad Brothers (マッド・ブラザーズ Maddo Burazāzu?)
  22. Episode. 22: Full Throttle Elite (フルスロットル・エリート Furu Surottoru Erīto?)
  23. Episode. 23: Brave Emotion (ブレイブ・エモーション Bureibu Emōshon?)
  24. Episode. 24: Cutie Negotiator (キューティー・ネゴシエイター Kyūtī Negoshietā?)
  25. Episode. 25: Witness Grandma (ウィットネス・グランマ Wittonesu Guranma?)
  26. Episode. 26: Cool Passion (クール・パッション Kūru Passhon?)
  27. Episode. 27: Funky Prisoner (ファンキー・プリズナー Fankī Purizunā?)
  28. Episode. 28: Alienizer Returns (アリエナイザー・リターンズ Arienaizā Ritānzu?)
  29. Episode. 29: Mirror Revenger (ミラー・リベンジャー Mirā Ribenjā?)
  30. Episode. 30: Gal Hazard (ギャル・ハザード Gyaru Hazādo?)
  31. Episode. 31: Princess Training (プリンセス・トレーニング Purinsesu Torēningu?)
  32. Episode. 32: Discipline March (ディシプリン・マーチ Dishipurin Māchi?)
  33. Episode. 33: SWAT Mode On (スワットモード・オン Suwatto Mōdo On?)
  34. Episode. 34: Celeb Game (セレブ・ゲーム Serebu Gēmu?)
  35. Episode. 35: Unsolved Case (アンソルブド・ケー Ansorubudo Kēsu?)
  36. Episode. 36: Mother Universe (マザー・ユニバース Mazā Yunibāsu?)
  37. Episode. 37: Hard Boiled License (ハードボイルド・ライセンス Hādo Boirudo Raisensu?)
  38. Episode. 38: Cycling Bomb (サイクリング・ボム Saikuringu Bomu?)
  39. Episode. 39: Requiem World (レクイエム・ワールド Rekuiemu Wārudo?)
  40. Episode. 40: Gold Badge Education (ゴールドバッヂ・エデュケーション Gōrudo Baddji Edyukēshon?)
  41. Episode. 41: Trick Room (トリック・ルーム Torikku Rūmu?)
  42. Episode. 42: Skull Talking (スカル・トーキング Sukaru Tōkingu?)
  43. Episode. 43: Meteor Catastrophe (メテオ・カタストロフ Meteo Katasutorofu?)
  44. Episode. 44: Mortal Campaign (モータル・キャンペーン Mōtaru Kyanpēn?)
  45. Episode. 45: Accidental Present (アクシデンタル・プレゼント Akushidentaru Purezento?)
  46. Episode. 46: Propose Panic (プロポーズ・パニック Puropōzu Panikku?)
  47. Episode. 47: Wild Heart, Cool Brain (ワイルドハート・クールブレイン Wairudo Hāto Kūru Burein?)
  48. Episode. 48: Fireball Succession (ファイヤーボール・サクセション Faiyābōru Sakuseshon?)
  49. Episode. 49: Devil's DekaBase (デビルズ・デカベース Debiruzu Dekabēsu?)
  50. Episode. 50: Forever Dekaranger (フォーエバー・デカレンジャー Fōebā Dekarenjā?)

Movies

  1. Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger the Movie: Full Blast Action (特捜戦隊デカレンジャー THE MOVIE フルブラスト・アクション Tokusō Sentai Dekarenjā Za Mūbī Furu Burasuto Akushon?)
  2. Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger vs. Abaranger (特捜戦隊デカレンジャーVSアバレンジャー Tokusō Sentai Dekarenjā tai Abarenjā?)
  3. Mahou Sentai Magiranger vs. Dekaranger (魔法戦隊マジレンジャーVSデカレンジャー Mahō Sentai Magirenjā tai Dekarenjā?)
  4. Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger: 10 YEARS AFTER (特捜戦隊デカレンジャー: 10 YEARS AFTER Tokusō Sentai Dekarenjā Ten Iyāzu Afutā?)

Specials

  1. Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger: DekaRed vs. DekaBreak (特捜戦隊デカレンジャー スーパービデオ 超必殺わざ勝負! デカレッドVSデカブレイク Tokusō Sentai Dekarenjā Sūpā Bideo Chō Hissatsuwaza Shōbu! Deka Reddo Tai Deka Bureiku?)

CastEdit

Suit actorsEdit

SongsEdit

Opening theme
Ending theme
Insert theme

NotesEdit

  • Dekaranger is the first Super Sentai series in which the gender ratio is equal; out of the total ten Dekarangers, five are male and five are female.
  • This series is notable in that there is no central villain or evil organization at work throughout this series (although Rainian Agent Abrella serves as a recurring antagonist).
  • The opening sequence is different with every episode, with one shot displaying the villain(s) for that particular installment.
  • The first in the series to feature a pink ranger on the main team since Mirai Sentai Timeranger
  • This is the first series to feature more than one female on a team since Denji Sentai Megaranger.
  • Part of this season's title, Deka, means "ten". This season also features 10 Rangers.
    • "Deka" is also the Japanese slang term for "detective".
  • Dekaranger has several homages to Metal HeroesIcon-crosswiki. The "Tokusou" in the name, the narrator who repeats the same description every single episode (and was once self-parodied within the show), and a birdman in charge of the organization are all references to Metal Heroes, especially to that of the Space Sheriff TrilogyIcon-crosswiki.
  • The Dino Thunder special Dino Thunder the Lost Episode shows several shots of Dekaranger footage not used in the US, and at one point you can see the faces of 4 of the Dekarangers as they transform.
  • Pop idol Shoko Nakagawa had a guest starring role in Episode 38.
  • Dekaranger is the first Super Sentai series (and the third Tokusatsu overall, after Ultraman Tiga in 1996 and Kamen Rider Kuuga in 2002) to win the Media prize Seiun Award, which is given to the best science-fiction work of either the movies or television for the year.
  • Dekaranger is the second Sentai series since Fiveman where the female ranger's uniforms do not have skirts.
  • Dekaranger was originally going to be named "Sirenger".
  • The Dekarangers are currently the only Sentai in which every ranger is called by a nickname.
  • Several Dekaranger concepts and ideas appear to homage concepts from several earlier Super Sentai series, in particular Denshi Sentai Denziman and Choudenshi Bioman.
    • Similar to Denziman, the Dekaranger gain their powers from an alien source with many of the members recruited by a dog; likewise said dog, Denzi Dog IC, was a robot akin to assisting teammate K-9 Murphy.
    • Akin to Bioman, likewise the Dekaranger are recruited and assist in powers that are alien in nature. However, this series also has concepts such as the heroes having numerical designations in combat (with only Green and Blue switched between Bioman (where Green is "2" and Blue is "3") and Dekaranger (Blue is "2", Green is "3") as well as the main villains mostly relying on giant robots to fight the main mecha of the allies.
    • There is also a slight similarity in concept with Gekisou Sentai Carranger's Signalman, who likewise is a policeman from space akin to the universal police organization the Dekaranger are depicted in this series.
  • Until Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger, this series had the most amount of good Rangers, with 10.
    • However, Dekaranger currently holds the record for greatest number of distinct colors used with 10 (given that Kyoryuger's blue, cyan and navy are all shades of blue).

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