The scientists discover an energy in the environment called Birdnc. They find a way to bio-engineer it and bond it to humans. The Commander of the Sky Forth Ayachokan Odagiri searches for ... See full summary »
A long time ago, a group of ninjas (Sasuke, Saizou, Seikai, Tsuruhime, Jiraiya) imprison Nurarihiyon and his band of Youkai. Many years later, Modern-day Sasuke and Saizou accidentally ... See full summary »
RinJyuDen, the evil Jyuken school led by Rio, turns the city into chaos by gathering people's screams and despair. Opposing them are the Gekirangers, who fight in justice to protect. ... See full summary »
Academia was a school for scientists located in Academia Island. One day, Academia's Top Three students (Tsukikage, Senda, Omura) were kidnapped by Bias. In the process, Tsukikage kills ... See full summary »
Only those with a great imagination can see the mystical railway known as the Rainbow Line, on which runs massive trains known as Ressha are driven by five warriors. These five warriors, ... See full summary »
In one of the top ninja schools, three students aren't exactly fitting in. When they skip out a class meeting, space alien ninjas known as the Jakanja infiltrate the school and capture the ... See full summary »
For years, the sentai genre has been touted as kid stuff. And while this may be true in most cases, you cannot deny that after watching the first few episodes of TimeRanger that you get drawn in. The premise is simple: 4 people from the year 3000 get hurtled back into the year 2000 in order to capture a group of escaped prisoners (as well as an entire prison of people in suspended animation). With the help of a young man from 2K, they set up shop and begin the long, drawn out task of defeating creature after creature to return to their time. However, as time goes on, the plot begins to thicken and some very interesting twists are thrown in. And THIS is what I like about it the most. If anyone is curious about the show and they want to check it out, I say go for it. It's something you won't regret.
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