|Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger|
|獣電戦隊キョウリュウジャー (Jūden Sentai Kyōryūjā)|
|Genre|| Tokusatsu |
|Developed by||Riku Sanjo|
|Written by||Riku Sanjo (eps 1-48)|
|Directed by||Koichi Sakamoto|
|Narrated by||Shigeru Chiba|
|Opening theme||"VAMOLA! Kyoryuger" by Shogo Kamata|
|Ending theme||"Minna Atsumare! Kyoryuger" by Hideaki Takatori|
|Country of origin||Japan|
|No. of episodes||48 (list of episodes)|
|Running time||24–25 minutes|
|Original network||TV Asahi|
|Original release||February 17, 2013 –|
February 9, 2014
|Preceded by||Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters|
|Followed by||Ressha Sentai ToQger|
Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger (獣電戦隊キョウリュウジャー, Jūden Sentai Kyōryūjā, Beast Power Squadron Kyoryuger) is Toei Company's 37th entry in its long-running Super Sentai metaseries of Japanese tokusatsu television series following Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters . It aired on TV Asahi from February 17, 2013 to February 9, 2014, joining Kamen Rider Wizard then Kamen Rider Gaim in TV Asahi's Super Hero Time programming block. Its footage is used for the 2015/2016 American Power Rangers season, Power Rangers Dino Charge and its follow up season, Dino Super Charge. It also has a South Korea-exclusive sequel, Power Rangers Dino Force Brave .
Long ago in the time of dinosaurs, the Deboth Army invades Earth to the point of the extinction of the dinosaurs but they were defeated by Wise God Torin and the Zyudenryu during the first invasion. In the present day, the Deboth Army resurface as they resume their invasion. To counter the revived threat, Torin selects five brave individuals who must defeat their respective Zyudenryu first in order to acquire their powers to become the "People of the Strongosaurs",the Kyoryugers.
Individual episodes are known as "Braves" (ブレイブ, Bureibu), and the titles are written solely in kana.
|Brave no.||Title||Original airdate|
|1||"He's Here! The Red King"|
Transcription: "Detā! Makka na Kingu" (Japanese: でたァーッ！まっかなキング)
|February 17, 2013|
|2||"Gaburincho! Snapping Combination"|
Transcription: "Gaburincho! Kamitsuki Gattai" (Japanese: ガブリンチョ！カミツキがったい)
|February 24, 2013|
|3||"Get Mad! The Slashing Brave"|
Transcription: "Areru ze! Zangeki no Bureibu" (Japanese: あれるぜ！ざんげきのブレイブ)
|March 3, 2013|
|4||"Fire! The Courageous Gaburivolver"|
Transcription: "Uchinuke! Yūki no Gaburiborubā" (Japanese: うちぬけ！ゆうきのガブリボルバー)
|March 10, 2013|
|5||"Boom! The Cavities of Ankydon"|
Transcription: "Dogōn! Mushiba no Ankidon" (Japanese: ドゴォーン！ムシバのアンキドン)
|March 17, 2013|
|6||"Stop! Singing Canderrilla"|
Transcription: "Sutoppu! Utau Kyanderira" (Japanese: ストップ！うたうキャンデリラ)
|March 24, 2013|
|7||"Angry! Daigo's in Big Trouble"|
Transcription: "Ikare! Daigo no Dai Pinchi" (Japanese: いかれ！ダイゴのだいピンチ)
|March 31, 2013|
|8||"Where Am I? Get Through the Maze"|
Transcription: "Kokodoko? Meiro o Buttobase" (Japanese: ココドコ？めいろをぶっとばせ)
|April 7, 2013|
|9||"So Strong! PteraidenOh"|
Transcription: "Mecha Tsuyo! Puteraidenō" (Japanese: メチャつよ！プテライデンオー)
|April 14, 2013|
|10||"Zandar! Gold Revival"|
Transcription: "Zandā! Gōrudo Fukkatsu" (Japanese: ザンダーッ！ゴールドふっかつ)
|April 21, 2013|
|11||"Utchy! How Cool"|
Transcription: "Utchī! Kūru de Gozaru" (Japanese: ウッチー！クールでござる)
|April 28, 2013|
|12||"Attack! The King and I"|
Transcription: "Buttobasso! Sessha to Kingu-dono" (Japanese: ブットバッソ！せっしゃとキングどの)
|May 5, 2013|
|13||"Jakireen! I'll Protect Your Heart"|
Transcription: "Jakirīn! Hāto o Mamorinuke" (Japanese: ジャキリーン！ハートをまもりぬけ)
|May 12, 2013|
|14||"Watch Out! The Spirit Base"|
Transcription: "Abunaāi! Supiritto Bēsu" (Japanese: あぶなァーい！スピリットベース)
|May 19, 2013|
|15||"How Annoying! Dogold's Ambition"|
Transcription: "Haradatashii ze! Dogorudo no Yabō" (Japanese: はらだたしいぜッ！ドゴルドのやぼう)
|May 26, 2013|
|16||"Dig-a-dug! My Treasure"|
Transcription: "Mogumogūn! Ore no Takaramono" (Japanese: モグモグーン！おれのたからもの)
|June 2, 2013|
|17||"Serious! Kyoryu Gray"|
Transcription: "Gachi da ze! Kyōryū Gurē" (Japanese: ガチだぜ！キョウリュウグレー)
|June 9, 2013|
|18||"Caught! Kung-Fu Strike"|
Transcription: "Tsukanda! Kanfū Hissatsuken" (Japanese: つかんだッ！カンフーひっさつけん)
|June 23, 2013|
|19||"Kywaeen! Kidnapped Family"|
Transcription: "Kyawaīn! Ubawareta Famirī" (Japanese: キャワイーン！うばわれたファミリー)
|June 30, 2013|
|20||"Unluckyu! The Tanabata Windfall"|
Transcription: "Anrakkyū! Tanabata no Tanabota" (Japanese: アンラッキュー！タナバタのタナボタ)
|July 7, 2013|
|21||"Zuon! Plezuon Returns"|
Transcription: "Zuōn! Kaettekita Purezuon" (Japanese: ズオーン！かえってきたプレズオン)
|July 14, 2013|
|22||"Im-poss-i-ble! Deboth Resurrects"|
Transcription: "Ma-sa-ka! Dēbosu Fukkatsu" (Japanese: ま・さ・か！デーボスふっかつ)
|July 21, 2013|
|23||"Go! Bakuretsu Kyoryuzin"|
Transcription: "Tate! Bakuretsu Kyōryūjin" (Japanese: たてッ！バクレツキョウリュウジン)
|July 28, 2013|
|24||"Burn! The Seven Kyoryugers"|
Transcription: "Moero! Shichinin no Kyōryūjā" (Japanese: もえろ！7にんのキョウリュウジャー)
|August 4, 2013|
|25||"What's This! The Deboth Army's Nightmare"|
Transcription: "Nani Kore! Dēbosu Gun no Akumu" (Japanese: ナニコレ！デーボスぐんのあくむ)
|August 11, 2013|
|26||"Oh My! The Gabutyra Human"|
Transcription: "Bikkuri! Gabutira Ningen" (Japanese: ビックリ！ガブティラにんげん)
|August 18, 2013|
|27||"O Matsurincho! Red's Super Evolution"|
Transcription: "O Matsurincho! Reddo Chōshinka" (Japanese: オ・マツリンチョ！レッドちょうしんか)
|September 1, 2013|
|28||"Ah Torin! The Hundred Million-Year-Old Grudge"|
Transcription: "Aa Torin! Ichi-oku-nen no Urami" (Japanese: ああトリン！１おくねんのうらみ)
|September 8, 2013|
|29||"Big Attack! Dance Carnival"|
Transcription: "Daigekitotsu! Odore Kānibaru" (Japanese: だいげきとつ！おどれカーニバル)
|September 15, 2013|
|30||"Give It to Me! The Guardians' Fragment"|
Transcription: "Te ni Irero! Gādianzu no Kakera" (Japanese: てにいれろ！ガーディアンズのかけら)
|September 22, 2013|
|31||"Vacance! The Eternal Holiday"|
Transcription: "Bākansu! Eien no Horidē" (Japanese: バーカンス！えいえんのホリデー)
|September 29, 2013|
|32||"Victory! It's a Sports Match"|
Transcription: "Bikutorī! Supōtsu Shōbu da" (Japanese: ビクトリー！スポーツしょうぶだ)
|October 6, 2013|
|33||"Maximum! I Will Protect the Lady"|
Transcription: "Makishimamu! Redi wa Ore ga Mamoru" (Japanese: マキシマム！レディはおれがまもる)
|October 13, 2013|
|34||"Revival! Bragigas Appears"|
Transcription: "Fukkatsu! Buragigasu Shutsugen" (Japanese: ふっかつ！ブラギガスしゅつげん)
|October 20, 2013|
|35||"Super Awesome! Gigant Kyoryuzin"|
Transcription: "Chō Sugee!! Giganto Kyōryūjin" (Japanese: チョーすげえッ！ギガントキョウリュウジン)
|October 27, 2013|
|36||"Giga Gaburincho! The Silver Miracle"|
Transcription: "Giga Gaburincho! Kiseki no Shirubā" (Japanese: ギガガブリンチョ！きせきのシルバー)
|November 10, 2013|
|37||"Revenge! The Ghost Deboth Army"|
Transcription: "Ribenji! Yūrei Dēbosu Gun" (Japanese: リベンジ！ゆうれいデーボスぐん)
|November 17, 2013|
|38||"Love Touch! The Too Beautiful Zorima"|
Transcription: "Rabu Tatchi! Utsukushisugiru Zōrima" (Japanese: らぶタッチ！うつくしすぎるゾーリま)
|November 24, 2013|
|39||"Full Force! The Ten Kyoryugers' Power"|
Transcription: "Seizoroi! Jū-dai Kyōryū Pawā" (Japanese: せいぞろい！10だいキョウリュウパワー)
|December 1, 2013|
|40||"Wowie! Pops Is Broken-Hearted"|
Transcription: "Gutto Kūru! Ossan wa Tsurai yo" (Japanese: グッとくーる！オッサンはつらいよ)
|December 8, 2013|
|41||"Yanasanta! The Deboth World War"|
Transcription: "Yanasanta! Dēbosu Sekai Kessen" (Japanese: ヤナサンタ！デーボスせかいけっせん)
|December 15, 2013|
|42||"Wonderful! Christmas of Justice"|
Transcription: "Wandahō! Seigi no Kurisumasu" (Japanese: ワンダホー！せいぎのクリスマス)
|December 22, 2013|
|43||"The Blade of the Soul! Roar, Straizer"|
Transcription: "Tamashii no Tsurugi! Unare Sutoreizā" (Japanese: たましいのつるぎ！うなれストレイザー)
|January 5, 2014|
|44||"Chaos Laughs! Destruction's Countdown"|
Transcription: "Warau Kaosu! Hametsu no Kauntodaun" (Japanese: わらうカオス！はめつのカウントダウン)
|January 12, 2014|
|45||"That Can't Be Dad! The End of Silver"|
Transcription: "Uso Daro Oyaji! Shirubā no Saigo" (Japanese: うそだろオヤジ！シルバーのさいご)
|January 19, 2014|
|46||"The Great Duel! The Strike of Love and Tears"|
Transcription: "Daikettō! Ai to Namida no Ichigeki" (Japanese: だいけっとう！アイとなみだのいちげき)
|January 26, 2014|
|47||"The Great Counterattack! The Greatest Final Brave"|
Transcription: "Daihangeki! Saidai Saigo no Bureibu" (Japanese: だいはんげき！さいだいさいごのブレイブ)
|February 2, 2014|
|48 (Final)||"The Big Explosion! Goodbye Kyoryugers"|
Transcription: "Daibakuhatsu! Sayonara Kyōryūjā" (Japanese: だいばくはつ！さよならキョウリュウジャー)
|February 9, 2014|
The trademark for the series was filed by Toei Company on August 10, 2012.
Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger is the third Sentai series with a dinosaur motif (after Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger and Bakuryū Sentai Abaranger ); this time mixed with electricity and up-tempo musical genres such as Samba.Ryo Ryusei, who portrays Daigo Kiryu, said he will find it difficult to live up to the role as the hero in the series. Yamato Kinjo, who portrays Nobuharu Udo, turns 30 within the year and spoke of how he felt it might be difficult to portray a hero to children so much younger than he is.
Critics have noted a drastic shift in the casting of Kyoryuger. Toei producer Takahito Ōmori commented on the lack of a yellow warrior in the series, something that has not happened since Dengeki Sentai Changeman , by noting that the color yellow has become associated with females for the modern generation of viewers and thus would not be able to properly portray the brutish strength a male character is capable of portraying to match with the concept that the characters beat their dinosaur partners in battle. Ōmori also stated that they chose to make the blue warrior aged 32 to insert some oyaji gags, while also noting the use of Papaya Suzuki as the ending theme's choreographer to insert some levity, hot-blooded actor Shinji Yamashita as the red warrior's father, and the inclusion of Shigeru Chiba as the series' narrator who gives a high tension style to the show.
The Kyoryugers make their debut appearance in Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters vs. Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger: The Movie , and are the protagonists of the following films:
Kamen Rider × Super Sentai × Space Sheriff: Super Hero Taisen Z (仮面ライダー×スーパー戦隊×宇宙刑事 スーパーヒーロー大戦Z, Kamen Raidā × Sūpā Sentai × Uchū Keiji: Supā Hīrō Taisen Zetto) is a film that was released in Japan on April 27, 2013 which featured the first crossover between characters of Toei's three main Tokusatsu franchises, Kamen Rider, Super Sentai, and the Space Sheriff Series, including other heroes from the Metal Heroes series as well. The protagonists of Space Sheriff Gavan: The Movie , Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters , and Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger are featured, but the casts of Kamen Rider Wizard , Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger, and Kamen Rider Fourze also participate in the film. The event of the movie takes place between Brave 10 and 11.
As with every year, Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger appears in their own film titled Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger the Movie: Gaburincho of Music (劇場版 獣電戦隊キョウリュウジャー GABURINCHO OF MUSIC, Gekijōban Jūden Sentai Kyōryūjā Gaburincho Obu Myūjikku), which is a musical, that was released in theaters on August 3, 2013, double-billed with the film for Kamen Rider Wizard . The event of the movie takes place between Brave 20 and 21.
Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger vs. Go-Busters: The Great Dinosaur Battle! Farewell Our Eternal Friends (獣電戦隊キョウリュウジャーVSゴーバスターズ 恐竜大決戦！ さらば永遠の友よ, Jūden Sentai Kyōryūjā Tai Gōbasutāzu Kyōryū Daikessen! Saraba Eien no Tomo yo) was released in theaters on January 18, 2014. As with previous VS movies, this film features a crossover between the casts of Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger and Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters while also bringing in cameos from the casts of Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger and Bakuryū Sentai Abaranger . The event of the movie takes place between Brave 36 and 37.
The main casts from Ressha Sentai ToQger and Kamen Rider Gaim , along with Ryo Ryusei who returns as Daigo Kiryu from Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger participate in Heisei Rider vs. Shōwa Rider: Kamen Rider Taisen feat. Super Sentai (平成ライダー対昭和ライダー 仮面ライダー大戦 feat.スーパー戦隊, Heisei Raidā Tai Shōwa Raidā Kamen Raidā Taisen feat. Sūpā Sentai) which debuted in theaters on March 29, 2014. It also features the return of characters from previous Kamen Rider Series, most notably Hiroshi Fujioka of the original Kamen Rider .
Ressha Sentai ToQger vs. Kyoryuger: The Movie (烈車戦隊トッキュウジャーVSキョウリュウジャー THE MOVIE, Ressha Sentai Tokkyūjā Tai Kyōryūjā Za Mūbī) is the VS team-up movie between Ressha Sentai ToQger and Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger. The film was released in Japanese theaters on January 17, 2015.
A crossover film, titled Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Ultra Super Hero Taisen (仮面ライダー×スーパー戦隊 超スーパーヒーロー大戦, Kamen Raidā × Supā Sentai Chō Supā Hīrō Taisen) featuring the casts of Kamen Rider Ex-Aid , Amazon Riders , Uchu Sentai Kyuranger , and Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger , was released in Japan on March 25, 2017. This movie also celebrates the 10th anniversary of Kamen Rider Den-O and features the spaceship Andor Genesis from the Xevious game, which is used by the movie's main antagonists, as well as introduces the movie-exclusive Kamen Rider True Brave, played by Kamen Rider Brave's actor Toshiki Seto from Kamen Rider Ex-Aid, and the villain Shocker Great Leader III, played by the singer Diamond Yukai. In addition, individual actors from older Kamen Rider and Super Sentai TV series, Ryohei Odai ( Kamen Rider Ryuki ), Gaku Matsumoto ( Shuriken Sentai Ninninger ), Atsushi Maruyama (Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger), and Hiroya Matsumoto ( Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters ) reprise their respective roles.
Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger Returns: Hundred Years After (帰ってきた獣電戦隊キョウリュウジャー 100 YEARS AFTER, Kaettekita Jūden Sentai Kyōryūjā Handoreddo Iyāzu Afutā) is a direct-to-video film released on June 20, 2014, taking places between Brave 42 and 43. The main cast of Ryo Ryusei, Syuusuke Saito, Yamato Kinjo, Akihisa Shiono, Ayuri Konno, and Atsushi Maruyama reprise their roles from the series while also portraying a future generation of Kyoryugers introduced in the movie.
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Power Rangers Dino Force Brave is a 2017 South Korean tokusatsu television show produced by Daewon Media, the same company which distributes the Super Sentai Series in South Korea under the "Power Rangers" label despite being unrelated to Saban Brands. It serves as a sequel to the 2013 Super Sentai Series, Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger. Toei Company, the owner of the Super Sentai franchise, collaborated in the filming. Kyoryuger director Koichi Sakamoto returned to direct the series. The show began its broadcast in South Korea on April 1 with two episodes a week for the first two weeks before moving to one episode a week starting April 15. The majority of the main cast is composed of K-pop artists.