Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger

television series

Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger is a Japanese television series. It is the 37th in Toei's Super Sentai series. It follows Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters. Kyoryuger aired on TV Asahi from February 17, 2013 to February 9, 2014, joining Kamen Rider Wizard and later Kamen Rider Gaim in TV Asahi's Super Hero Time programming block. its footage would later be used for the 2015-2016 American Power Rangers season, Power Rangers Dino Charge and its follow up season, Dino Super Charge. It had a South Korean-exclusive sequel, Power Rangers Dino Brave Force.

Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger
GenreTokusatsu
Superhero fiction
Action
Comedy
Created byToei
Developed byRiku Sanjo
Written byRiku Sanjo (eps 1–48)
Directed byKoichi Sakamoto
StarringRyo Ryusei
Syuusuke Saito
Yamato Kinjo
Akihisa Shiono
Ayuri Konno
Atsushi Maruyama
Narrated byShigeru Chiba
Opening theme"VAMOLA! Kyoryuger" by Shogo Kamata
Ending theme"Minna Atsumare! Kyoryuger" by Hideaki Takatori
Composer(s)Toshihiko Sahashi
Country of originJapan
No. of episodes48
Production
Producer(s)Motoi Sasaki
Takahito Ōmori
Koichi Yada
Akihiro Fukada
Running time24–25 minutes
Release
Original networkTV Asahi
Original releaseFebruary 17, 2013 (2013-02-17) –
February 9, 2014 (2014-02-09)
Chronology
Preceded byTokumei Sentai Go-Busters
Followed byRessha Sentai ToQger
Other websites
Website

StoryEdit

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 that, 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.

CharactersEdit

KyoryugerEdit

Actor Name Color Rangers Zyudenryu Dinosaurs Number
Ryo Ryusei Daigo Kiryu

Dai-kun

Kyoryu Red Kiba No Yusha Gabutyra Tyrannosaurus 1
Syuusuke Saito Ian Yorkland

Icchan

Kyoryu Black Dangan No Yuusha Parasagun Parasaurolophus 2
Yamato Kinjo Nobuharu Udo

Nobuta - San

Kyoryu Blue Yoroi No Yuusha Stegochi Stegosaurus 3
Akihisa Shiono Souji Rippukan

Soujiro

Kyoryu Green Zangeki No Yuusha Zakutor Veloiraptor 4
Ayuri Konno Amy Yuuzuki

Ami-neesan

Kyoryu Pink Tsuno No Yuusha Dricera Triceratops 5
Atsushi Maruyama Utsusemimaru

Uppi

Kyoryu Gold Raimei No Yuusha Pteragordon Pteranodon 6
Robert Baldwin Ramirez Kyoryu Cyan Hagane No Yuusha Ankydon Ankylosaurus 7
Ayumi Kinoshita Yoko Fukui
Ayuri Konno Ami-neesan
Masayuki Deai Tessai Kyoryu Gray Gekitotsu No Yuusha Bunpachy Pachycephalosaurus 8
Akihisa Shiono Soujiro
Shigeru Chiba Doctor Ulshade Kyoryu Violet Umi No Yuusha Plezuon Plesiosaurus 9
Marie Itoyo Yayoi Ulshade
Atsushi Maruyama Uppi
Toshiyuki Morikawa Torin Kyoryu Silver Senko No Yuusha Bragigas Brachiosaurus 10
Shinji Yamashita Dantetsu Kiryu
Syuusuke Saito Icchan
Mamoru Miyano D Deathryuger/Kyoryu Navy Deboss Tobaspino Spinosaurus 00
Ryo Ryusei Dai-kun

CastEdit

Recurring castEdit

Guest starsEdit

SongsEdit

Opening theme
  • "Vamola! Kyoryuger"
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition: Yusuke Mochida
    • Arrangement: Kousuke Yamashita, Yusuke Mochida
    • Artist: Shogo Kamada
    Remixes of the song were used in the series: "Vamola! Kyoryuger (Samba Mix)" in episode 31 and "Vamola! Kyoryuger (Earth's True Melody Version)" sung by Syuusuke Saito, Yamato Kinjo, Akihisa Shiono, Ayuri Konno, and Marie Itoyo during the climax of the final episode. The film Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger vs. Go-Busters: The Great Dinosaur Battle! Farewell Our Eternal Friends uses a slow melody remix called "Vamola! Kyoryuger (Dino Hope ver.)". In the V-Cinema 100 Years After, it is called "Vamola! Kyoryuger (Canderrilla ver.)" sung by Haruka Tomatsu as Canderrilla.
Ending theme
  • "Miina Atsumare! Kyoryuger" ("Everyone Gather! Kyoryuger")
    • Lyrics: Saburo Yatsude, Hideaki Takatori
    • Composition: Hideaki Takatori
    • Arrangement: Hiroaki Kogashima
    • Artist: Hideaki Takatori