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Gosei Sentai Dairanger 

Gosei sentai Dairanger (original title)
Angered by the Dairanger's lack of confidence in each other in dealing with the Key Jester, Master Kaku forces the team to learn a history lesson regarding the Gorma and the consequences of their failure.




1994   1993  




Series cast summary:
Keiichi Wada Keiichi Wada ...  RyuuRanger / ... 50 episodes, 1993-1994
Tatsuya Nômi Tatsuya Nômi ...  Daigo / ... 50 episodes, 1993-1994
Ei Hamura Ei Hamura ...  Shoji / ... 50 episodes, 1993-1994
Keisuke Tsuchiya Keisuke Tsuchiya ...  Kazu / ... 50 episodes, 1993-1994
Natsumi Takahashi Natsumi Takahashi ...  Houou Ranger / ... 50 episodes, 1993-1994
Hironori Miyata Hironori Miyata ...  Narrator 50 episodes, 1993-1994
Akiko Kurisu Akiko Kurisu ...  Gara 49 episodes, 1993-1994
Rintarou Nishi Rintarou Nishi ...  Shadam 49 episodes, 1993-1994
Kôji Naka Kôji Naka ...  Master Kaku 48 episodes, 1993-1994
Maroshi Tamura Maroshi Tamura ...  Major Zydos / ... 46 episodes, 1993-1994
Hisashi Sakai Hisashi Sakai ...  Kiba Ranger / ... 33 episodes, 1993-1994
Wataru Abe Wataru Abe ...  Byakkoshinken 33 episodes, 1993-1994
Masako Morishita Masako Morishita ...  Kujaku 32 episodes, 1993-1994
Munemaru Kôda Munemaru Kôda ...  Gorma Emperor XV 30 episodes, 1993-1994
Chiko Ueda Chiko Ueda ...  General Tenpou 27 episodes, 1993-1994
Tomihisa Naruse Tomihisa Naruse ...  Kameo / ... 22 episodes, 1993-1994


Over 8,000 years ago, the Daos civilization flourished in Southern China. The Daos Empire consisted in three tribes: Dai, Shura (ancestors of today's humanity) and Gorma who lived harmonously. However, one day the Gorma Tribe tried to take over the Empire. Thus began the war between the Gorma and the Dai Tribe. The battle continued for 5,000 years, led by the Gorma Triumvirate. The Mythical Chi Beasts appeared to oppose the Gorma, whose magical powers had increased to the point where they could turn themselves into monsters. Five Dai warriors' chi powers had increased to the point where they could control the Mythical Chi Beasts. The war ended with the disappearance of both the Dai and Gorma Tribes. In 1993, the Gorma Tribe, one of the Daos' two missing branches, revived to take over the world. To counter them, Master Kaku assembled a team of five youths with high levels of chi. They became the Dairangers of present time. Written by Anonymous

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Wasn't officially released in the US until 22 years after it first aired in Japan. See more »


Follows High Speed Squadron Turboranger (1989) See more »


Oretachi Muteki Sa!! Dairenjâ
(We are Invincible!! Dairanger)
Ending theme (episodes 1-49)
Performed by NEW JACK Takurô
Lyrics by Saburô Yatsude
Music by Katsuo Ôno
Arrangement by Kenji Yamamoto
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overwhelmingly exciting
9 August 2006 | by sungodportalSee all my reviews

That guy doesn't know what he's talking about. I've seen every episode of this show (and Zyuranger) at least twice and I can tell you that it was anything but boring. Nearly every episode was totally awesome. Dairanger was a great step up from Zyuranger because it didn't look as cheap, had a less generic story (some of it was very complex and just fascinating), wasn't as light-hearted and childish, had 5 times the action in every episode, better and more colorful costumes and excellent music. Dairanger kind of has a retro feel to it in some of the designs and characters and the music totally takes that to the next level as well as the intensity of some of the scenes. What makes Dairanger so great though are the characters. There were tons of them and they were all great. All of the rangers had completely different personalities and it seemed like every episode there would be a new person coming into the fold (who were in a number of episodes afterward) that would somehow get involved with one of them and complicate things for both the Dairanger and the Gorma and they were always as interesting, if not more so then the main characters themselves. With Daigo there was Kujaku (her outfit was stunning), Ryou had Gene and Shouji had those three weird, not totally good, but not totally bad guys that he was always competing with and that's just the tip of the iceberg. This show had a really good mix of humor and seriousness as well. I could write about 1000 pages on why this show was so awesome, but the bottom line is: Dairanger totally puts Zyuranger and MMPR Season 2 to shame (no question) and is without a doubt one of the most interesting and exciting shows I have ever seen. I'm not exaggerating one bit. If you have the chance to watch a few episodes you will not be disappointed.

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